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Just now, chook fowler said:

Really peed off that Cox and Maynard get to play in a grand final. Only consolation will be watching them with their heads in hand when they lose next week.

Filth really are an average team.

Beat our depleted team and barely managed to beat an exhausted gws.

Lions will kill them.

At least I'm hoping so.

Otherwise I'll have to go overseas for a year

 

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Well done to Collingwood. They snuck through and took their chances. Seems to be the theme of the season for those teams in contention.

The industry is so tight, it could have been Us, or GWS into the GF. Not to be…

Game day moments matter - like us, GWS would reflect on a few and rue them.  

Bringing it back to us, overall though, our best is good enough, and to have been in the top 4 for 3 seasons, is an incredible feat, considering how tight the competition is and small the margins of error.

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31 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Really peed off that Cox and Maynard get to play in a grand final. Only consolation will be watching them with their heads in hand when they lose next week.

I have a terrible, no-good , very bad feeling they will win it all

that crowd is something else. 

i wonder if our players take it as seriously as us?? 😂😂😂

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I notice Williamson (number 22) was dropped to emergency after his efforts last week.  That will be helpful for Brisbane because he only seems to see it Carlton's way.  On last night, massive kudos to the Giants.  They are a hell of a team.  An unrivalled travel schedule in a competition so tight.  6 day break leading into a prelim and coming from 3 wins and 7 losses says a lot about their talent and their character.  Collingwood - well they are most definitely beatable.  They won't have the advantage of the 19th man with the ridiculously lopsided crowd in the GF.  Go the Lions.  Fagan is an ex Demon who helped get us into the 2000 GF.  Hopefully it's his time.

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7 minutes ago, OhMyDees said:

Nice of Channel 7 to yet again rub salt into our wounds by interviewing this [censored] low life animal after the game. 

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I can’t understand their mindset 

surely they’d have understood this. Deliberately provocative

 

i don’t understand why the club just accepts this. 

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1 minute ago, Superunknown said:

I can’t understand their mindset 

surely they’d have understood this. Deliberately provocative

 

i don’t understand why the club just accepts this. 

Did the thug actually direct a message towards our club or supporters?

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2 hours ago, OhMyDees said:

The most infuriating thing about Collingwood making the Grand Final is that they’re not even that [censored] good.

This!

Been kissed on the d!€k all season long. 
Won thru to the grand final kicking 60 and 58 points.

Absolute travesty if they win it. Hope Brisbane smash them. 

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1 minute ago, picket fence said:

Toby Bedford runs into an open goal and misses..... How Melbourne!

I was right behind that should have been a certain goal.

And was it Lachie Keefe who decided to have a snap instead of handballing to Toby Greene who was all by himself running into an open goal

Had there chances

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Interesting that in the post game presser Kingsley basically had a go at the stringent concussion rules which saw one of better players in Daniels go off in the final minutes for an HIA and subsequently pass with flying colours.

However last week you had Waitering who looked like he went 15 rounds with Mike Tyson and was about to collapse in front of 95,000 people, only for the AFL to come out and congratulate Carlton’s medical team on their handling of the matter.

Makes perfect sense I guess….

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22 minutes ago, OhMyDees said:

Nice of Channel 7 to yet again rub salt into our wounds by interviewing this [censored] low life animal after the game. 

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They also interviewed that sex pest DeGoey, who for some reason decided to awkwardly hug her and invade her space. Others lose their jobs for similar behavior. Was bizarre and no one bats an eyelid because it’s Collingwood. I hate what this country is becoming.

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2 hours ago, OhMyDees said:

The most infuriating thing about Collingwood making the Grand Final is that they’re not even that [censored] good.

They are beatable for sure.

But they take the game on. some great corridor kicks when the pressure was on. they take risks and so far its paid off for them. 

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Hate to say it, but i don't think we beat either team last night (pies beat us already in a QF as we know). We don't have the corridor game to win it. Badly need some new thinking in this regard. any chance we could poach Leppitsch?

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Just now, Clintosaurus said:

VFL will make sure Carlton win tonight. Gils farewell gift to make $$$$$$$ back after the COVID losses. Pies win also put them on 16 with the other 2 cheat clubs.

So what you’re telling me is a Collingwood V Carlton grand final will sell out but a Collingwood V Brisbane will not sell out?

 

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