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Dam now we have to find to 2 goals in z a row.

Do people realise Grundy is actually an AA ruckman? He's a smart footballer and a good one. They are talking him up like he's some new player

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Grundy smashing Gawn, our small forwards are terrible, Lever bad, any chance we can stop Blakey off half back

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Well thats game over, a few areas to work on starting with kicking.

 

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1 minute ago, BoBo said:

Gameplan is just stale on so many obvious fronts.

We’re so predictable when we just don’t have to be 

Yet, so many people will defend Simon to no end. Poor preparation is poor footy.

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2 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

Worst game by Gawn in a long time.

Grundy has run into his space at every centre bounce blocking his ability to run. He by no means has won the contest between them but has nullified him in ruck contests.

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What a disappointment this is turning into. Losing to a team missing it's two best midfielders and leaders. Some really stupid and lazy efforts tonight with players bashing into each other with no communication. 

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Two clear opportunities at centre clearances totally and utterly f###ed by senior players. Why Jack? Why are to trying to take the entire swans team on?!

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We don’t deserve this

Gawn’s taken a bath, kicking into 50 the usual abomination, Laurie, and Schache confirmed list cloggers. Chandler hasn’t played an AFL standard game since round 9 last year. 

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Just now, dees189227 said:

Oh you know when viney gets tackled like that we're stuffed

He had the runner, why he’s taking them all on is beyond me. 

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1 minute ago, BoBo said:

Grundy has run into his space at every centre bounce blocking his ability to run. He by no means has won the contest between them but has nullified him in ruck contests.

Nup Max is just off.

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