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It's Game Day and the Demons take on the Blues in a sudden death final at the MCG. A win for the Dees will see them face Brisbane at the Lions' fortress at the Gabba and a loss will see them bundled out of the finals in straight sets for the second season in a row.

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If we win I’ll get drunk. 
 

If we lose I’ll get drunk. 
 

Win-win situation. 
 

🔴🔵🔥💪

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jesus i’m up late. 

it’s been a week

lets just get this [censored] done. we cannot end our season on this loss and Gus getting smashed off the ball. 

cmon melbourne. 

we are about to Witness greatness from Gawn Viney Trac n co. just watch them. 

i’m about to sleep but i’m fired up!!

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This is the most difficult situation we have faced since the year 2021, serving as a significant test for our team and individuals. It's time to show your true colors!

Go Dees!

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3 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Need to avoid being the first team in the current finals system to go out in straight sets two years in a row.

Wild to think we haven’t won a final since 2021.

We do but, it would be a very Melbourne thing to achieve a record like that! 

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10 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Need to avoid being the first team in the current finals system to go out in straight sets two years in a row.

Wild to think we haven’t won a final since 2021.

Yeah, but

a) it will be great debate next year when we are top 4 again  and the heightened anxiety around can we be the first to go out 3x straight sets - I mean "how embarrassment!"

b) The thread of When will Melbourne break these Embarrassing Records, will get another notch.

 

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After travelling from northern NSW to watch us shoot ourselves in the foot last week. Getting abused by the clowns that actually won. How can you be so angry when you won?

Watching one of our  champions being smashed and then denied justice, maybe it's time now for things to turn for us.

Maybe everything will click somehow.

Despite our injuries, we are running out games really well.

Please breathe fire tonight boys.

Lower your eyes

Take a breath and kick straight.

Against the odds, let's smash the blues and let's smash the AFL.

A premiership is still there for us if we want it.

I hate this league so much right now. 

I love this club.

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4 hours ago, DubDee said:

jesus i’m up late. 

it’s been a week

lets just get this [censored] done. we cannot end our season on this loss and Gus getting smashed off the ball. 

cmon melbourne. 

we are about to Witness greatness from Gawn Viney Trac n co. just watch them. 

i’m about to sleep but i’m fired up!!

Are you up and at em, yet Dub Dee 🤣

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Just cannot see how Smith and Tmac as our two main talls are going to kick a winning score. Chandler and Pickett have barely fired a shot the last couple of weeks as well.

The brunt of it all will be left to Fritsch unfortunately. 

Carlton have all the momentum and emotion wave going with them where as I question if the the mental and emotional toll from all the Brayshaw fallout will have an effect. 

Prove me wrong otherwise Melbourne. 

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28 minutes ago, Wrecker46 said:

We will win and fans will still be ambivalent because our forward line didn't kick a big enough score

1000% this.

We're just making up numbers...

The "Is Goodwin the right guy" thread can then be reinstated for some good quality chat.

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Seems to be a Carlton intra club going by the media.

Also we have umpire #22 so #freekickcarlton will be in full effect. 

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