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2 hours ago, Roost it far said:

You know what, they see it through Collingwood eyes just as we'd see it through Melbourne eyes if Viney did that too Pendlebury. In fact take out the crazy and it's the same stuff as we read here but through black and white eyes. 

80% of them are just us born into a Collingwood family. (20% of them are inbred scum)

If Viney did something similar, I would say he deserved a suspension. But I doubt that he would because he is generally a ferocious but fair competitor whose sole aim is to win the ball.

Let's say this had been a Collingwood training session and the kicker was Nick Daicos. Does anyone think for one moment that Maynard would have launched himself as recklessly as he did?

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Good on Gussy’s brother Hamish. Just saw on the ch. 7 4pm news he said what we all know but what no one will say publicly… that the AFL want Collingwood in the grand final and they’ll do anything to make that happen. 

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1 minute ago, Dee-monic said:

If Viney did something similar, I would say he deserved a suspension. But I doubt that he would because he is generally a ferocious but fair competitor whose sole aim is to win the ball.

Let's say this had been a Collingwood training session and the kicker was Nick Daicos. Does anyone think for one moment that Maynard would have launched himself as recklessly as he did?

He wouldn't have tried to jump at all.

The "smother" attempt was as unrealistic as you can get.

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2 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Good on Gussy’s brother Hamish. Just saw on the ch. 7 4pm news he said what we all know but what no one will say publicly… that the AFL want Collingwood in the grand final and they’ll do anything to make that happen. 

Apparently he already retracted, at least from what I have seen on TW.

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Here’s how I want this to go down:

- Angus is fit and healthy, continues on his career and has no ongoing issues.

- Maynard gets suspended for the rest of the finals.

- Everyone in the future refers to this story by saying ‘remember that time Brayden Maynard called Angus Brayshaw’s mum, and she told him to [censored] off?’

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Just now, ElDiablo14 said:

Apparently he already retracted, at least from what I have seen on TW.

Too late. We all saw and heard it. I’m happy that it was said. 

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"A professor giving written evidence is not available until 5pm to answer questions via a video call. Jeff Gleeson notes the evidence includes reference to Galileo and Isaac Newton."

Forget those old physicists. The real clinching evidence will come from references to Albert Einstein.  It's all relativity.

The decision of the Tribunal will reflect the relative importance of C'wood to the AFL.

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6 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

He wouldn't have tried to jump at all.

The "smother" attempt was as unrealistic as you can get.

Have we all forgotten this? Long time ago, granted.

I'm not condoning these sorts of actions and I will be happy to see if the AFL has evolved to stamp thus sort of stuff out of the game. 

 

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Maynard says he was not expecting Brayshaw to move in the way he did after kicking the ball, which was towards Maynard.

 

Can't let this bs slide. He literally planted one foot after kicking the ball before maynard cleaned him up. Didn't change direction and maynard only had eyes fixated on brayshaw.

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1 minute ago, sue said:

"A professor giving written evidence is not available until 5pm to answer questions via a video call. Jeff Gleeson notes the evidence includes reference to Galileo and Isaac Newton."

Forget those old physicists. The real clinching evidence will come from references to Albert Einstein.  It's all relativity.

The decision of the Tribunal will reflect the relative importance of C'wood to the AFL.

Looks like they are going to sing bohemian rhapsody at some point.

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Laughable! 

“[censored], he was there,” Maynard said. “I was surprised he came into my way.”

Maynard said he was looking at the football the whole time.

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1 minute ago, leucopogon said:

Have we all forgotten this? Long time ago, granted.

I'm not condoning these sorts of actions and I will be happy to see if the AFL has evolved to stamp these actions out of the game. 

 

Quite diffferent. They were contesting the ball.  May still be worth a penalty but nothing like the present case.

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Maynard says he was not expecting Brayshaw to move in the way he did after kicking the ball, which was towards Maynard.
 

Is this guy for real?!!!! How is so  much stupidity squeezed into one body????? It defies physics. 

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Woods (AFL): It was clear to you that you were going to collide hard with Brayshaw.

 

Maynard: No. I did not know what was going to happen after I went to make a football act.
 

oh now he’s surely just taking the [censored]. 

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Just now, WalkingCivilWar said:

Maynard says he was not expecting Brayshaw to move in the way he did after kicking the ball, which was towards Maynard.
 

Is this guy for real?!!!! How is so  much stupidity squeezed into one body????? It defies physics. 

That's the problem with lack of control. Just like he lost major control when he launched himself like a scud missile (Which apparently isn't his fault), he also can't control movements that other players make. 

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