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2 minutes ago, kev martin said:

That is not true, they have an AFL hub up at Cavanbah.

Perhaps you feel that way because of the Gold Coast link and area,  

Byron wear magpie jumpers so I made the decision not to support them when I found that out earlier this year.

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2 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Gerard Whateley interviewing Toby Greene tonight on 360:

Whateley: So Toby, let’s start with the Maynard case. Did you have empathy for him throughout the week, with all the scrutiny he had to put up with.

Greene: No.

Toby Greene has just gone up a Millenium in my opinion!😁

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1 minute ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Get over guys…I am angered, but we have a game of football to win. MFC, if they are fair dinkum, will channel the aggression on Friday night and win. I’d be happy to win and get a few suspensions, just to make a point. Practice the flying smother bumps this week

You know what always works? Telling people to calm down or get over it. 10 times out of 10 everyone does just that. 

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8 minutes ago, BoBo said:

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. 

How about letting people vent ffs?!?!

Wishing ill on an opposition player is quite natural when you’re a passionate af supporter and your team’s just been screwed over in such a way. I’m wishing ill on the whole [censored] Collingwood team right now. I’m sure I’m not alone. 

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15 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Suspect we'll see some rule changes next season.

 

I wonder...

To do so would be to admit error.

Might open a very big can of worms.

AFL might have tripped up.

There will be many a party  gobsmacked and seething.

 

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My true wish is that these Turkies get sued in later years for failing to stop acts like this with non decisions. 

Where is the deterrent?

Talk about precedence. 

The sad thing is, most of expected this. Shows how flawed it all is.

Thanks for the insights guys.

Let's just dream of winning 8 more quarters and then.....

Good night. Kiss your loved ones. 

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1 minute ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

How about letting people vent ffs?!?!

Wishing ill on an opposition player is quite natural when you’re a passionate af supporter and your team’s just been screwed over in such a way. I’m wishing ill on the whole [censored] Collingwood team right now. I’m sure I’m not alone. 

Not to mention that since Friday all I’ve read is Collingwood fans wishing injury to Gus and his entire family. 
But hey Collingwood can do whatever they want. 

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5 minutes ago, gregdemon said:

And Michael long for 2000 grand final l do not forgive or forget

Yeah that was the biggest dog act. I will never forgive or forget that one either. If I ever see Michael Long in the street I will remind him that he is and always will be a gutless sniper.

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11 minutes ago, Half forward flank said:

Are you fair dinkum? Did he say that?

"I make absolutely no apologies for the fact that this has taken nearly three hours.

A footballer was concussed and stretchered from the MCG in a final, another footballer has got a couple of pretty important games he’ll either play in or miss depending in part on what we decide tonight."

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2 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

Tricky eh

Alstonville Saints

Ballina Bombers. Nope. 

I won’t have my kids playing the game though, I’m done 

Yep, will be having frank discussions with my kids as well. 

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1 minute ago, Superunknown said:

Tricky eh

Alstonville Saints

Ballina Bombers. Nope. 

I won’t have my kids playing the game though, I’m done 

I went up to Southport to see Casey play instead.

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3 minutes ago, Emerald said:

Byron wear magpie jumpers so I made the decision not to support them when I found that out earlier this year.

There are plenty of teams to play for in the adapted game, of 9 on 9.

I understand your sentiment, I found the area to have a very diverse cultural mix. Get stuck in one group and it is like the others don't exist.

That area has it all, up to you to look.

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