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3 minutes ago, DubDee said:

The AFL won’t appeal it sounded like they hardly argued. just went through the motions 

That’s because they DID hardly argue!!! I was labelled a tinfoil hat wearer but it’s the truth. The AFL had so many brilliant points to argue… but chose not to. They got what they want. 

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Never in doubt

Nothing to see.... move along. 

 

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I want Goodwin to come out and say 'OK we're going to train the smother'.

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Will Brayshaw be cited for a dangerous block? I mean he kicked the ball then moved toward Maynard in a menacing manner. 

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Gil McLachlan, what a legacy you've delivered.

Match day experience is horrible. 

The game is becoming a mess

The MRO is a farce.

Roy and HG have been calling you the murderer for years. They are spot on.

You've killed this game for many of us. But not your financial partners hey.

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5 minutes ago, Macca said:

The AFL must appeal the decision if they originally went with a recommended 3+ game penalty

And what a weak effort prosecuting.  It was as if they couldn't be bothered even trying

Incompetent or else they were drawing out all their arguments against which to appeal 

What would Occam say?

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That’s the last straw for me. Off to wtch local footy next year. Would have got weeks in EDFL.

Absolutely gutted by this decision of the panel. 

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OK I'll say it WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND ! I don't think Iv'e ever been more angry in my life!!

When is Filths next training? I feel like going and venting, sledging for all Im worth

PARKKKKKKKKKK I'M ANGRY 🤮

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2 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

Quite honestly nothing would make me happier than to watch GWS or Port absolutely physically destroy them. 
Go on Toby, let’s test out that mangled arm of his. 

Me too. I want them out in the next game. I want them beaten by 60 points. The corrupt AFL wants them in the GF. I want them out.

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Just run through and shirtfront( better yet clothes-line) your opponents...   surely it'd be their fault.

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The crappiest part is we can’t do anything unless we stop attending the footy.

What we can do in the meantime is get our boys over the line on Friday night. They need us more than ever.

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2 minutes ago, drdrake said:

Jack Martin must feel confident up next

Yeah it was a football act, he came in and gave Blakey a good whack to the head. That’s footy, surely? 

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3 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

 
Go on Toby, let’s test out that mangled arm of his. 

However frustrated you and I feel, wishing physical harm on a player is not called for. 
 

Reverse the roles an imagine what you would say if other teams wished harm on one of our players. 

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What a 4 hour circus for expected outcome.

Nice theatre AFL.

Had the chance but sadly didn’t convince anyone on head contact in AFL

 

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