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Will You Boo Luke Jackson this Weekend?  

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Do what you like... up to you.

A degree of Booing used to be all well and good (fun) 

On the field ....Hes the enemy.

Ive no care nor love for other teams.

Appreciate a good game though....acknowledge good play and players.   But .. lets not spill the red or drop the stilton eh...

Wasnt life grand before it all got "righteous" and folk "precious "

Still enjoy footy... you can rag your mates and still have a beer.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, dl4e said:

I don't boo players, only umpires. But if I did boo I would boo but I won't be booing because I don't boo.

I will gladly join you in booing the umpires, they deserve to be held to account.

i see we’ve drawn Nichols this game, so I will definitely be booing.

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10 minutes ago, Roost it far said:

Absolutely Yes, why wouldn't I? He left, he gets booed....Simple

I will add that I boo with a big smile. It's for the theatre of it

Someone gets it ;) 👍

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At the end of the day he's just another opposition player. If some want to treat him like a pantomime villain and boo then so be it. It'll be the least of my concerns come Saturday afternoon. 

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Anyone who thinks there is no reason to boo him obviously has no issues with him deciding mid year he was out the door. I think it was a poor move from him and I have no issues with anyone who wants to boo him. 

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7 minutes ago, Rab D Nesbitt said:

At the end of the day he's just another opposition player. If some want to treat him like a pantomime villain and boo then so be it. It'll be the least of my concerns come Saturday afternoon. 

All his fault we haven’t gone undefeated and the vic government can’t balance the budget 

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2 minutes ago, Garbo said:

All his fault we haven’t gone undefeated and the vic government can’t balance the budget 

To me he'll always be that kid that didn't know what a pineapple was. 

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Jacko was a key part of the greatest 15 mins in the club's history (and probably my life 😂). I don't really understand his decision to go home but I won't be booing him. I'd also point out that the system as is basically forces players to lie to clubs about what they're doing the following year.

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