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They’re bussing their fans to Ikon tomorrow.
It’s our home game… let’s make sure they don’t outnumber us!

IF YOU CAN, PLEASE ATTEND!!!

❤️💙❤️💙❤️💙

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51 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

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They’re bussing their fans to Ikon tomorrow.
It’s our home game… let’s make sure they don’t outnumber us!

IF YOU CAN, PLEASE ATTEND!!!

❤️💙❤️💙❤️💙

 

Will be there with bells on.  Well, not bells, but Dee paraphernalia. 😈

And I hope the Geelong "designated fan bays" are not where I usually sit......will not be happy.......... 😠

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18 minutes ago, Craig T said:

 

Will be there with bells on.  Well, not bells, but Dee paraphernalia. 😈

And I hope the Geelong "designated fan bays" are not where I usually sit......will not be happy.......... 😠

Come sit near us!

Not sure about these designated bays, last week the North cheer squad was told where to sit (in our old spot. Sucks to be them 😁). I can’t imagine Geelong’s been told they can reserve bays. 

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We will learn a bit about the group today, hoping there are not too many scars from last week. Glad to see Westy back and Purcell starting in the middle. Hoping to see plenty of overlap run and switch kicks to get our running game going. Also really want us to hold our shape a bit more. For me our forwards have been pushing too high up the ground and wingers drifting to the wrong side of the ground. Let’s get back to playing our roles, let the bulls win the ball on the inside and get the ball on the outside and spread. Forwards have got to play in front this week and make any loose players in our forward line accountable. We can’t afford to go into our shells for this game, be brave and take the game on. Think we will have too much firepower for Geelong, as much as today is about getting the win we need to send a message to the rest of the competition but also reinforce to ourselves that we are good enough and can go back to back if we play our brand of football.

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I just hope our last two matches don’t put people off coming today. That wasn’t us. Something that wasn’t in their control befell half the side. That’s now in the rear-view  mirror and all eyes are firmly fixed, looking through the windscreen to a prelim.

It’s not too late to purchase a ticket: $10 is more than reasonable and you can byo food and drink. It’s a beautiful day for footy: sunny and no rain predicted, top of 25 degrees. And bring your kidlets! Ideal conditions and time-slot for them. And under-18s get free entry. If you don’t have any kids, bring someone else’s! But be sure to ask permission first. 😁

Geelong fans show up to their W matches in relatively big numbers. It would be sad if they outnumber us at our own home game.

GO THE MIGHTY DEES

GIVE ‘EM HELL!!!

❤️💙❤️💙❤️💙

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I’m seeing waaaay too many Geelong supporters here. I hope that just means our fans have yet to arrive 

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1 minute ago, Dee Zephyr said:

We can’t play any worse, only way is up from here. 

not as bad as last week. At least a few of the handballs have connected. Bombing to non existent forwards is not great but I suspect that our forwards are playing too far out.

Could have been worse but not promising

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Amazing how similar that quarter looked to how the men were playing at the end of the season, no run, bombing it out of defense to 1 on 3 contests, no confidence. Really needed that one on the siren but alas no to be.

Hope they can turn this around quick or it will be straight sets again for the Dees.

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