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Can I make a double entendre joke involving Petty’s name and the behaviour of being petty?

Too obvious?

Too obvious and I shouldn’t bother?

And I should be [censored] up the [censored] until my [censored] is [censored]?

Jesus, it’s just a joke…

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7 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Can I make a double entendre joke involving Petty’s name and the behaviour of being petty?

Too obvious?

Too obvious and I shouldn’t bother?

And I should be [censored] up the [censored] until my [censored] is [censored]?

Jesus, it’s just a joke…

Its ok, I don't think anyone understood it anyway.

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48 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Can I make a double entendre joke involving Petty’s name and the behaviour of being petty?

Too obvious?

Too obvious and I shouldn’t bother?

And I should be [censored] up the [censored] until my [censored] is [censored]?

Jesus, it’s just a joke…

Hmmm, let's see who I can [censored] up the [censored]

Oh look at this guy. Oh I can't believe it. That is so lame.

I'm going to [censored] him up the [censored] so hard he won't post here for another year

He, he ,he RPFC  you've done it again

Who's king of the boards. RPFC thats who. Take a walk loser

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He's obviously having serious consideration of going home. There's enough smoke there.

Do we cash in now with one of Adelaide's early picks or do we wait until free agency.

There is also the consideration with his foot injury. From what I heard it was a pretty significant injury to the point where there is some ongoing concerns whether it'll hold up to the rigours of AFL level in years to come.

I wouldn't be surprised if eventually Petty does go back home to SA whether that's this period or free agency. 

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11 hours ago, Jaded No More said:

Why? We would be able to match that deal. In fact I would be shocked if we don’t have an extension on the table for him if he’s willing to commit beyond the next 2 years. 

I love Petty but he is not worth 800k a year, we can’t be held to ransom 

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8 hours ago, deespicable me said:

Hmmm, let's see who I can [censored] up the [censored]

Oh look at this guy. Oh I can't believe it. That is so lame.

I'm going to [censored] him up the [censored] so hard he won't post here for another year

He, he ,he RPFC  you've done it again

Who's king of the boards. RPFC thats who. Take a walk loser

Jesus. Did you have a ‘petty’ joke all lined up? Tell it to your probation officer then, it’s fine.

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19 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

On the assumption we're chips in on next year's flag rather than taking a potential step back:

Petty should only be traded if Harry McKay or an equivalent proven key forward is coming through the doors. And even McKay won't solve our atrocious conversion for goal under pressure (although he once kicked 58.33 in a season)

I cannot fathom how the list management and coaching team will be confident of winning next year's flag with T Mac, BBB and JVR as our 3 best key forwards, while losing Petty and not recruiting another established KPF. The fact that they (probably) called T Hawkins shows you how the club feels about their tall forward depth chart, and how life would look like without Petty.

Unless we get a proven 35-40 goal a year tall forward which is what Petty is highly likely to kick next year off a 20+ game season, then we'll hold Petty to his contract.

if the Crows want Petty they need to trade us (puts on flax jacket) Tex Walker! He looked awesome this year and looks like he has another couple of years left in him. 

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Why would we consider trading him when we're short on forwards and he has 2 years left on his contract. Next year at the earliest,

Also why does the AFL tolerate clubs trying to entice players to break contracts. Ramshackle organisation.

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11 minutes ago, BDA said:

$1m is a huge offer. His footy career is short. gotta make the best of it while you can. And he has had a couple of injuries so durability an issue. If I'm Petty I'm taking that offer. Few people wouldn't

but it's not his choice

if radelaide value him so much where is the trade offer mfc can't refuse?

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8 minutes ago, loges said:

Why would we consider trading him when we're short on forwards and he has 2 years left on his contract. Next year at the earliest,

Also why does the AFL tolerate clubs trying to entice players to break contracts. Ramshackle organisation.

Agree, it's called (draft) tampering in the NBA massive fines. I loathe the AFL as an organisation just so compromised in every facet of the game 

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9 hours ago, Gawndy the Great said:

I heard it was only $1M year one and that over four years worked out to be more like $600K per year 

That news item said 'around $800k' a year after the first-year $1m...

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9 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

but it's not his choice

if radelaide value him so much where is the trade offer mfc can't refuse?

got that. there has to be a player coming our way otherwise we won't do it. picks no use. we'll just be leaving ourselves short otherwise.

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