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3 minutes ago, Roy Boy said:

Uninspiring and same thing over and over again.

Coach has no plan B, never has.

This is not the coach's fault. This is the players continually failing to chain by hands along the wing, and classless foot skills from players like Clayton Oliver skying the ball instead of trying to pick a target.

Spargo has gone out of the game as has Hunter. Only Viney and Langdon are giving us any potential good looks at goal by moving the ball along the wing. Unfortunately Langdon is about the softest player in the comp at the moment and Viney isn't really too skilled by hand.

On top of that, we can't win any clearances and have decided not to put a ruck in our forward 50 stoppages which is…unique at best.

Put Clarry there at least, to give him a chance to touch the ball and use his hands.

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Just now, Stevienic23 said:

I'm sick of Kozzie having more bumps than kicks

That's not reportable, hit on the chest.

Clean contest, but knowing the AFL they'll give Kozzy the suspension that should've gone to Manyard.

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Four goals SEVEN

If we get past tonight, we’re going to get smoked by the Lions if we play like this. And we’ll likely be without Kozzie who has bothered them In the past. What a mess.

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10 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Our banner isn’t at all concerned with the opposition. We’re using our space wisely, including a shoutout to Gussy and Hibbo. Oh, and THE MOST amazing graphic thus far. A montage of players: Kozzie and my absolute favourite inclusion… three of the “lesser lights” in Nibs, Smithy and Spaz. Not a Maxy, Tracc or Clarrie in sight. 😁

 

Great..that sounds cool as..especially Nibbler.

I was only responding to the  "Voss...loss" post/ comment

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Dunno if it just looks worse from the standing room but that quarter was rancid. Losing at the contest and inaccuracy and long bombing is back.

Tell ne please, why should I be more confident than last week if it's exactly the same? We look bereft of ideas going forward and it's blinkers central. 

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