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I'd like to see a Brisbane win (and us obviously). That'd force the pies to have to go via a prelim vs Brisbane at the Gabba to make the GF.

Outside that, my other preference is a 1 point Carlton loss by a kick after the siren that is touched on the goal line but incorrectly referred to video with the umpire's call as goal, where the video evidence is inconclusive because Charlie Curnow had run back into defence and did his lamo bicep curl fist pump blocking the camera's view.

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I hope Port and the Lions knock lumps out of each other. injuries left right and center.

Do not want to see Carlton win. An agonising loss would be best.

Would like to see the Saints get the win but i think GWS will be too strong for them.

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4 hours ago, Jaded No More said:

Number of flags won this decade - Melbourne 1

😂

I think Having actually done it recently is a great advantage. Port, Collingwood & Brisbane haven't made a GF recently. If we hopefully make it I think it would be a big advantage on the day.

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3 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

I think Having actually done it recently is a great advantage. Port, Collingwood & Brisbane haven't made a GF recently. If we hopefully make it I think it would be a big advantage on the day.

Many Coll players were there for the 2018 GF. 

They will be fired up if they make the GF...make amends for that loss from that freak goal...

...the 'colliwobbles' got them again!! 😉

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6 hours ago, YearOfTheDees said:

Loved Tobys comment post match re Weitering

"He might be in trouble, I think I got in trouble for that..." - Toby Greene reacts to the incident with Jacob Weitering.

Weitering could have decapitated a player and would still get off. Doubt he will get anything more than a fine for this one even with the Carlton Lawyer on call.

If he somehow cops one week at the MRO he will definitely get off at the tribunal even if they send in the work experience kid.

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14 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Weitering could have decapitated a player and would still get off. Doubt he will get anything more than a fine for this one even with the Carlton Lawyer on call.

If he somehow cops one week at the MRO he will definitely get off at the tribunal even if they send in the work experience kid.

Must be about time for the MRO to announce its decision on this

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7 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Do Carlton ever get on the wrong side of a tribunal or MRP decision that results in a suspension?

No.

Gil's wet dream is a Carlton Pies grand final, and he will do whatever he can to make it happen.

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