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2022 GRAND FINAL


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2022 GRAND FINAL  

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  1. 1. Who do you think will win?

  2. 2. Who do you want to win?


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  • Poll closed on 09/24/2022 at 04:30 AM


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29 minutes ago, The heart beats true said:

Also, Papley posting that on his social media just shows you what a prat he is.

True but there playing Geelong tomorrow so I hope he kicks 5.

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On 9/19/2022 at 10:36 AM, JJR said:

I always liked Sydney tbh, never really hated them. I just want to see Scotts face if Geelong lose lol

The outrage of Scott after a loss - and such an important game, at that - is what I am patiently waiting for as an end-of-season pick-me-up. 

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The filth need to get over it. Been a long time since I've heard whinging last this long. It wasn't even a clear push, no-one can prove the amounting force used. No hands in the back rules anymore either. We mostly just think it was a push because it looked bad from our position watching from a million miles away. LET IT GO.

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Would prefer to see Syd win but realistically given them no chance. Reckon Geelong by 10+ goals.

Geelong are a class above everyone else this year, and I think the Swans are the last standing of a pretty ordinary cast of contenders this year.

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Paddy McCartin, 5 years at the saints and 8 concussions, out of the game, career finished. 
I want the swans to win for him. (And cos I really loathe Geelong and their self satisfied, smug coach)

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8 hours ago, rufus said:

Would prefer to see Syd win but realistically given them no chance. Reckon Geelong by 10+ goals.

Tend to agree with your large margin.

8 of the last 12 grand finals have resulted in that comfortable 5 plus goal margin as the winning team gets on wave of momentum and the loser loses the will to remain in the game.

There is that sense of destiny and inevitability about Geelong this year, while I was very unimpressed with Sydney’s second half last week. They played to not lose the game rather than winning it. That won’t cut it today. 

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No doubt that Geelong and Scott are terrific operators, kudos to them. Now, with that out of the way, I detest the armchair ride that club get from the AFL and hope that the headrest catches on fire about 4/5 into the GF and the whole thing falls off the tracks. 

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I’d be more relieved than happy if Sydney won.

The guy who got my ticket for the grand final is staying over to watch it with me. There was one positive light to it being interstate or we’d never have met.

We spent last night watching the 2021 grand final and he told me all about the experience of being there *sigh*

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My dreaded incontinence has returned.

Cannot stand seeing all the home-town fanfare, joyous people in awfully mismatched colours, all descending on our own dancefloor. May the heavens open up today again & add a Dan Andrews-type misery to it all.   

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Game day.  Last year i was confident but nervous.  Stuck in lockdown and couldn’t go.

this year its Geelong and Sydney.  I dislike Geelong, but admire what they have done this year in taking the [censored] gameplan and improving it (we did nothing of the sort).  I hope they lose.

Both Sydney and Geelong get armchair rides from the AFL in different ways. 

We were not good enough this year, but until about 5:30, we are still reigning premiers.  After that, I hope we win the off season…

Swans by 11 points (“Luke {Parker}, you are my only hope”!)

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