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Just now, seventyfour said:

Reminder to everyone that it's a scratch match.

We lost comprehensively to the Bulldogs in the 2021 preseason game.

Geelong lost to Gold Coast in 2022.

Collingwood barely scraped past Hawthorn in 2023.

Thanks, needed that reminder 

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1 minute ago, seventyfour said:

Reminder to everyone that it's a scratch match.

We lost comprehensively to the Bulldogs in the 2021 preseason game.

Geelong lost to Gold Coast in 2022.

Collingwood barely scraped past Hawthorn in 2023.

Yes true, but what a great time to trial plans to stop a run-on or get some composure. That is the concern - we just look lost. 

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1 minute ago, seventyfour said:

Reminder to everyone that it's a scratch match.

We lost comprehensively to the Bulldogs in the 2021 preseason game.

Geelong lost to Gold Coast in 2022.

Collingwood barely scraped past Hawthorn in 2023.

Lucky we’re not playing Carlton…

Oops that’s next week…

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Learning the cost of turnovers when we try and play more quickly and take the game on

leaves the defense open (which it hasn’t been for 3 years)

good to learn the risk/return and who we don’t want to have the exit disposal now. 

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12 minutes ago, DubDee said:

it’s not even a real pre season game

can we relax??

Yep the posters that are going on about there's no pressure on the turnover, do they really think that's the way we're going to play in the season with no pressure

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1 minute ago, marieisademon said:

Yep the posters that are going on about there's no pressure on the turnover, do they really think that's the way we're going to play in the season with no pressure

The big concern our skills are terrible.  

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2 minutes ago, marieisademon said:

Yep the posters that are going on about there's no pressure on the turnover, do they really think that's the way we're going to play in the season with no pressure

nah

train the way you want to play

also are now in front on the only scoreboard that matters:

1 injury to the tigs, 0 to the dees

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3 minutes ago, buck_nekkid said:

Fox footy half time was a disgrace.  4 [censored] eating something horrid and trying not to vomit.  Brilliant television (not!)

What do you expect for  lousy billion dollars a year?

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1 minute ago, whatwhat say what said:

nah

train the way you want to play

also are now in front on the only scoreboard that matters:

1 injury to the tigs, 0 to the dees

Wait until next week, do you really want players to put there body's on the line for a scratch match, and get injured 

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