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30 minutes ago, kallangurdemon said:

6.may

5.viney

4.fritsch

3.salem

2.tomlinson

!.mcvee

how coluld you leave Fritsch out.? Our only dangerous forward all night .

He was ok. Nice cameo in the 2nd half but soundly beaten in the 1st.

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2 hours ago, Dannyz said:

Trac went missing when the game was there to be won. Don't be sucked in by a few nice stats. He was horrible tonight. 

Why has he got 2. Votes then??? 

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1 hour ago, Nicko said:

Viney gets the chocolates for me..

But he still tries to do too much and misses handball ops which cost us goals, Someone else said first thought best to move ball  on and that is right. 

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2 hours ago, Dannyz said:

6 Viney

5 May

4 Howes

3 McVee

2 Tomlinson

1 Bowey.

 

Only one theme tonight.

 

Like it and close to same, but for me Fritsch for Bowey.

6 Viney

5 May

4 Howes

3 McVee

2 Tomlinson

1 Fritsch

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4 hours ago, Demon_spurs said:

6 May (absolute legend)

5 Howes (poise and class)

4 McVee (great gane)

3 Fritsch (3 goals but lots of errors)

 Tomlinson ( sorry I nearly forgot him )

1 Windsor for showing some poise and class

It seems funny we can produce great defenders but cannot find the right mix in attack, maybe we need to recruit a forward coach that actually played on the forward line

PS I really struggled past McVee

You didn't give votes to a midfield that got smashed and couldn't hit a target inside 50??  This is not the Demomland way. 

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7 hours ago, rjay said:

Viney, whilst good was also one of the culprits.

We've lost all semblance of team first footy and have gone backwards.

A goal behind he gets pinged early in the last for holding the ball refusing to give first option. We were terrible after that.

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3 hours ago, Jjrogan said:

You didn't give votes to a midfield that got smashed and couldn't hit a target inside 50??  This is not the Demomland way. 

Good point except you can’t leave out a mid that had 30 and 2 goals.

I expect Viney to have received Brownlow votes last night. Probably the first of many.

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7 hours ago, DEE fence said:

Like it and close to same, but for me Fritsch for Bowey.

6 Viney

5 May

4 Howes

3 McVee

2 Tomlinson

1 Fritsch

Fritsch kick some goals but he was woeful last night, just looking for the easy goal out the back.

Bowey was good before injured, Salem was good in the midfield

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6.  May …….. by a whisker from ——->

5.  Viney

4.  Fritsch  -  our only forward

3.  McVee  ……… by a whisker from ———>

2.  Tomlinson

1.  Bowey ……. very good until injured

Credits to Howes and Windsor, who showed a lot more than some of their more experienced team mates.

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6 Viney - into it from word go

5 May - always in correct position 

4 Tomlinson - one of his best games ever - Amartey and McLean quiet, except latter had hot period on Gawn in Thursday term

3 Salem - quick thinking all night

2 Fritter - gets this for the quality of his third term but he only had six posies.

1 Oliver - as with Trac, fumbly early but kept at it all night. Kicking let him down a fair bit.

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14 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

The votes

6 Viney

5 May

4 Salem

3 McVee

2 Tomlinson

1 Bowey.until injured 

 

Once Bowey went off  we were cooked

thought Billing’s was better than Laurie. But only in spurts. 
thought Lever did not combine well with May,   But lots of problems.

 

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The round zero returns are in and Jack Viney has made a great start.

18 Jack Viney

10 Blake Howes Steven May

9 Christian Salem

4 Bayley Fritsch Judd McVee

3 Clayton Oliver

2 Christian Petracca Adam Tomlinson

1 Jake Bowey

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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

The round zero returns are in and Jack Viney has made a great start.

18 Jack Viney

10 Blake Howes Steven May

9 Christian Salem

4 Bayley Fritsch Judd McVee

3 Clayton Oliver

2 Christian Petracca Adam Tomlinson

1 Jake Bowey

I think Bowey polled more than 1

 

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