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Gawn - our only winner

Petty - Crows lose interest 

Fritsch - ineffective until last

Oliver - career worst game

Tholstrup - a year away

Windsor - overwhelmed and irrelevant 

Brown - another nothing game

Viney - tired and outplayed

Sparrow - tried but lacking

Howes - was rarely sighted

Woewodin - future opportunities limited

Rivers - had slight impact

Petracca - rarely looked dangerous 

McDonald - continued impressive resurgence 

May - strong after first 

Lever - excellent after first

McVee -looked tired throughout 

vanRooyen - another poor game

Neal-Bullen - no heroics tonight 

Billings - far from convincing 

Chandler - had some moments

Langdon - just a game

 

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May: prevented an avalanche.
McVee: struggled under pressure.
Lever: never in control.
Howes: looked rather bewildered.
McDonald: dependable but slow.
Langdon: few attacking chances.
Petracca: a serious off-day.
Billings: below VFL standard.
Neal-Bullen: always on fringes.
Rivers: occasional good bursts.
Windsor: couldn’t find space.
Oliver: time to trade?
Sparrow: lumbered around ineffectively.
Gawn: giant among wreckage.
Viney: struggled for impact.
Tholstrup: nowhere near ready.
Van Rooyen: mark dropping specialist.
Chandler: always works hard.
Fritsch: Lonely and lazy.
Brown: no fighting spirit.
Petty: seldom looked interested.
Salem: bad luck strikes.

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12 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Gawn - our only winner

Petty - Crows lose interest 

Fritsch - ineffective until last

Oliver - career worst game

Tholstrup - a year away

Windsor - overwhelmed and irrelevant 

Brown - another nothing game

Viney - tired and outplayed

Sparrow - tried but lacking

Howes - was rarely sighted

Woewodin - future opportunities limited

Rivers - had slight impact

Petracca - rarely looked dangerous 

McDonald - continued impressive resurgence 

May - strong after first 

Lever - excellent after first

McVee -looked tired throughout 

vanRooyen - another poor game

Neal-Bullen - no heroics tonight 

Billings - far from convincing 

Chandler - had some moments

Langdon - just a game

 

Petracca - must train goal-kicking 

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In front of the home crowd - very poor effort.

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59 minutes ago, Dee-monic said:

May: prevented an avalanche.
McVee: struggled under pressure.
Lever: never in control.
Howes: looked rather bewildered.
McDonald: dependable but slow.
Langdon: few attacking chances.
Petracca: a serious off-day.
Billings: below VFL standard.
Neal-Bullen: always on fringes.
Rivers: occasional good bursts.
Windsor: couldn’t find space.
Oliver: time to trade?
Sparrow: lumbered around ineffectively.
Gawn: giant among wreckage.
Viney: struggled for impact.
Tholstrup: nowhere near ready.
Van Rooyen: mark dropping specialist.
Chandler: always works hard.
Fritsch: Lonely and lazy.
Brown: no fighting spirit.
Petty: seldom looked interested.
Salem: bad luck strikes.

How rude you are to question Clarry after 150 good games and he was not at or near his best (like about 5/6 others). Players are human and to see him do all that work and you openly ( or sarcastically) ask about a trade?

please don’t contribute if you dishonour a champion so horrendously because you are in a shi..y mood. And the forwards were poor but again not necessarily as disinterested as you assert. 

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2 minutes ago, 58er said:

How rude you are to question Clarry after 150 good games and he was not at or near his best (like about 5/6 others). Players are human and to see him do all that work and you openly ( or sarcastically) ask about a trade?

please don’t contribute if you dishonour a champion so horrendously because you are in a shi..y mood. And the forwards were poor but again not necessarily as disinterested as you assert. 

We all know that Oliver, fit and firing, is a champion.

It is simply a fact that he had a terrible game tonight in a midfield that was completely smashed by the opposition.

Petracca, another champion, also had an off night.

Obviously we all want to see Clarry back at his dominating best. But so far this season he has been a shadow of the player we know he can be, and if he does not regain form he would not be worth the money he is on. Again, that's simply a fact in the brutal world of football.

I would be delighted if he produces man-of-the-match performances for the rest of the season.

 

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2 hours ago, Dee-monic said:


Oliver: time to trade?
 

Dee-monic: knee-jerk minus “knee” 

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1 hour ago, 58er said:

How rude you are to question Clarry after 150 good games and he was not at or near his best (like about 5/6 others). Players are human and to see him do all that work and you openly ( or sarcastically) ask about a trade?

please don’t contribute if you dishonour a champion so horrendously because you are in a shi..y mood. And the forwards were poor but again not necessarily as disinterested as you assert. 

Well spoken 58er. Talk about lack of loyalty and respect for one of the best players to pull on a Melbourne jumper. Maybe your disappointment tonight outweighed your logical thinking.

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Oliver - Shouldn't have played.

Clearly hampered by the hand, couldn't pick up the ball, couldn't grab an opponent, it was like trying to play with one arm.  Hopefully it gets sorted during the break and he's back to his best soon.

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6 minutes ago, BigFez said:

Oliver - Shouldn't have played.

Clearly hampered by the hand, couldn't pick up the ball, couldn't grab an opponent, it was like trying to play with one arm.  Hopefully it gets sorted during the break and he's back to his best soon.

Turn it up @BigFez. Selwood played his whole career with one arm. Didn't need the other one to handball.

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7 hours ago, Dee-monic said:

We all know that Oliver, fit and firing, is a champion.

It is simply a fact that he had a terrible game tonight in a midfield that was completely smashed by the opposition.

Petracca, another champion, also had an off night.

Obviously we all want to see Clarry back at his dominating best. But so far this season he has been a shadow of the player we know he can be, and if he does not regain form he would not be worth the money he is on. Again, that's simply a fact in the brutal world of football.

I would be delighted if he produces man-of-the-match performances for the rest of the season.

 

This is also c&%p. Do you know anything about the game at all?

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The club rolled the dice with Oliver and why wouldn't you. But he's clearly too injured to be playing. I hope the bye will give him time to mend his hand. He was killing it before.

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8 hours ago, Dee-monic said:

We all know that Oliver, fit and firing, is a champion.

It is simply a fact that he had a terrible game tonight in a midfield that was completely smashed by the opposition.

Petracca, another champion, also had an off night.

Obviously we all want to see Clarry back at his dominating best. But so far this season he has been a shadow of the player we know he can be, and if he does not regain form he would not be worth the money he is on. Again, that's simply a fact in the brutal world of football.

I would be delighted if he produces man-of-the-match performances for the rest of the season.

 

Um, you do know he has serious hand issues?? Not his fault he plays, surely selectors and medico's are accountable for playing him when clearly hampered!

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24 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

The club rolled the dice with Oliver and why wouldn't you. But he's clearly too injured to be playing. I hope the bye will give him time to mend his hand. He was killing it before.

Looking past the disposal count in games, he's been very average by his standards the whole year (I'm not suggesting he's past it though, by any stretch). But to say he was 'killing it' this year, even prior to injury, is viewing his season with a high amount of recency bias with regards to his previous seasons. 

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1 hour ago, BigFez said:

Oliver - Shouldn't have played.

Clearly hampered by the hand, couldn't pick up the ball, couldn't grab an opponent, it was like trying to play with one arm.  Hopefully it gets sorted during the break and he's back to his best soon.

It's so obvious to us his injured so why play him? Would have been the perfect time time I've him a extended break to get fit and firing...

Facts are without Oliver and Tracc fit and in form we are not a top 4 side

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9 hours ago, Dee-monic said:

We all know that Oliver, fit and firing, is a champion.

It is simply a fact that he had a terrible game tonight in a midfield that was completely smashed by the opposition.

Petracca, another champion, also had an off night.

Obviously we all want to see Clarry back at his dominating best. But so far this season he has been a shadow of the player we know he can be, and if he does not regain form he would not be worth the money he is on. Again, that's simply a fact in the brutal world of football.

I would be delighted if he produces man-of-the-match performances for the rest of the season.

 

But don't you think it's a coincidence that after the ripping round 1 game his form started to dip after the finger issue first came to light?

It's a massive part of Oliver's game being able to extract and use those quick hands to help clear from contest. Take it away from him and it's like telling Tiger Woods that he can't use the driver. 

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34 minutes ago, Rednblueriseing said:

It's so obvious to us his injured so why play him? Would have been the perfect time time I've him a extended break to get fit and firing...

Facts are without Oliver and Tracc fit and in form we are not a top 4 side

We have literally nobody else to bring in.  Our depth is woeful.

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11 hours ago, Dee-monic said:

May: prevented an avalanche.
McVee: struggled under pressure.
Lever: never in control.
Howes: looked rather bewildered.
McDonald: dependable but slow.
Langdon: few attacking chances.
Petracca: a serious off-day.
Billings: below VFL standard.
Neal-Bullen: always on fringes.
Rivers: occasional good bursts.
Windsor: couldn’t find space.
Oliver: time to trade?
Sparrow: lumbered around ineffectively.
Gawn: giant among wreckage.
Viney: struggled for impact.
Tholstrup: nowhere near ready.
Van Rooyen: mark dropping specialist.
Chandler: always works hard.
Fritsch: Lonely and lazy.
Brown: no fighting spirit.
Petty: seldom looked interested.
Salem: bad luck strikes.

Seen some bad takes on this site. its been 157 game ssince Clayton has had back to back game sunder 20 disposals. since his 9th & 10th game. Relax on the trade Clayton narrative please.

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Gawn - better than ever

Petty - needs to focus

Fritsch - front running player

Oliver - should have rested

Tholstrup - needs to adjust

Windsor - not impacting enough 

Brown - played one short

Viney - exhausted and frustrated 

Sparrow - hands were off

Howes - no mans land 

Woewodin - play him more

Rivers - was not worst 

Petracca - outworked and slow

McDonald - impressive once again

May - 3 goals against 

Lever - tried his best 

McVee - struggles against speed

vanRooyen - lack of involvement 

Neal-Bullen - ran all day

Billings - stint at Casey

Chandler - BOG 1st Half

Langdon - the usual run 

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4 hours ago, BLWNBA said:

Looking past the disposal count in games, he's been very average by his standards the whole year (I'm not suggesting he's past it though, by any stretch). But to say he was 'killing it' this year, even prior to injury, is viewing his season with a high amount of recency bias with regards to his previous seasons. 

He did get 9 coaches votes in a game before his injury so he hasn't been what you call average the WHOLE year. Some very over critical posters on this forum I reckon.

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