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Gawn - surprisingly little influence 

Oliver - prolific but undisciplined 

Petracca - unsighted 3 quarters

Viney - lumbering and ineffective 

Brayshaw - was rarely sighted

Salem - needed the run

McVee - couldn’t handle conditions 

Rivers - tried all game

Fritsch - 10 minute performance 

Chandler - couldn’t get going

Pickett - career worst performance 

Spargo - had little impact 

Grundy - slow and lumbering 

May - unconvincing and slow

Langdon - lost his run

Hunter - rarely impacted game

McDonald - needed more involvement 

vanRooyen - undisciplined and careless 

Hibberd - brave but limited

 Bowey - quiet before injury 

Neai-Bullen - was rarely sighted

Jordon - had no impact

 

 

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5 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - surprisingly little influence 

Oliver - prolific but undisciplined 

Petracca - unsighted 3 quarters

Viney - lumbering and ineffective 

Brayshaw - was rarely sighted

Salem - needed the run

McVee - couldn’t handle conditions 

Rivers - tried all game

Fritsch - 10 minute performance 

Chandler - couldn’t get going

Pickett - career worst performance 

Spargo - had little impact 

Grundy - slow and lumbering 

May - unconvincing and slow

Langdon - lost his run

Hunter - rarely impacted game

McDonald - needed more involvement 

vanRooyen - undisciplined and careless 

Hibberd - brave but limited

 Bowey - quiet before injury 

Neai-Bullen - was rarely sighted

Jordon - had no impact

 

 

A little harsh 

maybe replace with 

Tonight MFC had

TOO MUCH HUBRIS 

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Lumbering is the word, horribly slow across the field, no flag this year.

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Three words … 

Dees lost game 

pathetic biased umps

Demonlanders go crazy 

no honourable losses

clearances big worry

midfield needs class

Best was Riv

kozzzzy stay forward 

Tmcd is cooked

key forward needed

Howes possible debut

get Cooper Simpson

get Darcy Wilson

 

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49 minutes ago, Billy said:

Langdon Soft as butter

he is pretty average 1 on 1, especially in marking contests 😐

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1 hour ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - surprisingly little influence 

Oliver - prolific but undisciplined 

Petracca - unsighted 3 quarters

Viney - lumbering and ineffective 

Brayshaw - was rarely sighted

Salem - needed the run

McVee - couldn’t handle conditions 

Rivers - tried all game

Fritsch - 10 minute performance 

Chandler - couldn’t get going

Pickett - career worst performance 

Spargo - had little impact 

Grundy - slow and lumbering 

May - unconvincing and slow

Langdon - lost his run

Hunter - rarely impacted game

McDonald - needed more involvement 

vanRooyen - undisciplined and careless 

Hibberd - brave but limited

 Bowey - quiet before injury 

Neai-Bullen - was rarely sighted

Jordon - had no impact

 

 

Wow, it's a miracle we didn't lose by 186 points. 

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HAPPENS EVERY WEEK

Heard from confidant that we are all the AFL talk about every Monday or Tuesday. Stop laughing at the AFL, boys.

Which umpires to do our game and which umpires not to...

How to catch us unprepared, different rule to be regurgitated and enforced. How cocky we are. How our senior/leaders players talk back to the Media all the time, to the point of no communication for fear of retribution back on the field.

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Nearly a waste of time. We only got beaten by 4 points in a game that we hung in, and could have been completely blown away.

Hardly seemed to be one positive assessment of any player.

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6 hours ago, Willmoy1947 said:

HAPPENS EVERY WEEK

Heard from confidant that we are all the AFL talk about every Monday or Tuesday. Stop laughing at the AFL, boys.

Which umpires to do our game and which umpires not to...

How to catch us unprepared, different rule to be regurgitated and enforced. How cocky we are. How our senior/leaders players talk back to the Media all the time, to the point of no communication for fear of retribution back on the field.

I might reply if I could actually understand what you are saying here.

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