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Will You Boo Luke Jackson this Weekend?  

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Just now, Glorious Day said:

Who exactly?

You're calling me clueless?

Grow up

You obviously dont understand the history.

Go inform yourself.  Yes clueless

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I think I’m over booing. Even for umpires. I never feel good after it.

Same as like during the last quarter against Port when I threw my phone at the couch and it bounced and crashed into my favourite coffee mug and broke it and my chihuahua looked at me fearful and wide-eyed never having seen such a thing.

Time to rein in the crazy. 

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2 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

You obviously dont understand the history.

Go inform yourself.  Yes clueless

What history? I've been to almost all Melbourne games over the last 30 years. Stop attacking one of your own.

You have a different view to me which is fair enough. That doesn't warrant attacking me - grow up.

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4 hours 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.

Sorry but I do boo players who commit low acts, especially behind the ball.

I think I will just shout DOG! Whenever Jackson gets near the ball.

You're either with us or against us, so "DOG" is completely appropriate in my view.

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Yes of course.  He was one of us, chose to leave when we wanted him to stay (misled the MFC during the process) so he is now the ‘enemy’. Simple as that (Only for the first couple of games at best)

To give some perspective I also tend to boo umpires when they stuff things up, opposition players that purposely hurt one of our players, etc etc. It’s footy, it’s me.

To give further perspective, I wouldn’t boo Horne Francis (he didn’t stuff us around), nor would I boo say Hunt who went to WC, or Weidman who went to Essendon -(both the players and club were above board in discussions / outcomes).

Bit like religion really. I respect whatever you choose to believe or not believe in, just don’t try and convert me. Same for booing and not booing.

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1 hour ago, beelzebub said:

You obviously dont understand the history.

Go inform yourself.  Yes clueless

This has really sparked my interest.

What happened that Scully was to become the only player in the history of the AFL who was obligated to announce his intentions mid year to change clubs.

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It's amazing that a 19 year old kid at the time (Scully) still triggers a lot of outdated individuals on here.

Kid accepts a huge salary upgrade so that he can set up his future financially.

Didn't know this was a sin..

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15 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

It's amazing that a 19 year old kid at the time (Scully) still triggers a lot of outdated individuals on here.

Kid accepts a huge salary upgrade so that he can set up his future financially.

Didn't know this was a sin..

He could not of possibly said no. Right place right time for him. 

No one on the planet was entitled to know his intentions mid year. Its the way the AFL works.

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37 minutes ago, tilly18 said:

He could not of possibly said no. Right place right time for him. 

No one on the planet was entitled to know his intentions mid year. Its the way the AFL works.

It's the way most workplaces work. Very few employees let their employer know they are looking elsewhere for a job.

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9 hours ago, Glorious Day said:

What history? I've been to almost all Melbourne games over the last 30 years. Stop attacking one of your own.

You have a different view to me which is fair enough. That doesn't warrant attacking me - grow up.

If you dont know the circumstances and betrayal by that traitor then im not sure what team youve been following..

 

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There's booing and there's booing.

Booing Wacko Jacko is fair game unless it spurs him on, but only for one game.

Booing Oskar Baker was embarrassing and pathetic.

I certainly won't be booing the Weed but am expecting the filth to boo Grundy on KB

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Just voted and it confirmed what I knew: that the vast majority of us wont. Unlike other clubs                  ( particulaparticularly crows, power, eagles and lions), we are above such neanderthal tactics.

Disclaimer.  Umpires not included.

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9 hours ago, dworship said:

Sorry but I do boo players who commit low acts, especially behind the ball.

I think I will just shout DOG! Whenever Jackson gets near the ball.

You're either with us or against us, so "DOG" is completely appropriate in my view.

I won't boo but there is a place for booing in football. If Jackson commits a stupid act and knocks out one of our guys or partakes in some roughing up of Max he will be booed accordingly.

If he doesn't then there will be no booing. 

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11 hours ago, Spargonicus said:

 

Same as like during the last quarter against Port when I threw my phone at the couch and it bounced and crashed into my favourite coffee mug and broke it and my chihuahua looked at me fearful and wide-eyed never having seen such a thing.

 

I totally understand,   our dog came home in the morning for breakfast

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I can't bring myself to Boo Dogga. I loathe the fact that he left us after 3 years of development and would only deal with a club who didn't have the best currency available in the state he wanted to return to. However the flag that he helped deliver and the feelings that that brought me outweighs the feelings that I have for him ditching us.

Had we not won the flag and he left it would be Boo city.

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I loved having Dogga at the MFC. He reminds me of my puppy. Slightly crazy and unco at times, but happy to be alive and in the moment.

I hope he plays well, but we win. 

Then I can focus any negative energy on Cripps, the Daicos media storm, and the entire city of Geelong.

 

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