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MCC or bust for me. Not going anywhere near general admission areas for this one. Showing my real MFC elitism here.

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18 hours ago, danielE288 said:

MCC or bust for me. Not going anywhere near general admission areas for this one. Showing my real MFC elitism here.

I’m doing the same, first time I’m not going in the AFL and choosing to go in the MCC for a Melbourne home and away game willingly in years. 
 

AFL is a zoo against the Pies, as expected considering they are animals and barely human beings.

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I think the round 24 game will be more tolerable as it's our home game and we'll have far more representation.

However the whole Maynard circus is going to be at its peak on Neale's day.

We'll boo him. The morons will then stand up and clap him and drown out our boos. Then they'll be at their feral worst at the end of the game if they knock off us.

The only game of the year I'm not looking forward to attending this year.

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33 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I think the round 24 game will be more tolerable as it's our home game and we'll have far more representation.

However the whole Maynard circus is going to be at its peak on Neale's day.

We'll boo him. The morons will then stand up and clap him and drown out our boos. Then they'll be at their feral worst at the end of the game if they knock off us.

The only game of the year I'm not looking forward to attending this year.

agreed. first time in years i actually expect crowd punch ups. 

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3 hours ago, biggestred said:

agreed. first time in years i actually expect crowd punch ups. 

I almost had a punch up at a AFL game, twice, first time was the last game at Princes Park when we beat the hapless Carlton, the second time was at a Collingwood GWS game, when I went there to support the GWS against Collingwood in the 2019 preliminary final, was saying Collie wobbles the whole game 

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50 minutes ago, Demon trucker said:

I almost had a punch up at a AFL game, twice, first time was the last game at Princes Park when we beat the hapless Carlton, the second time was at a Collingwood GWS game, when I went there to support the GWS against Collingwood in the 2019 preliminary final, was saying Collie wobbles the whole game 

Me too - once at Victoria Park, Peter Moore's last game for the Pies, before he was coming to us the following year.

I cheered every possession, they booed every possession....ahhh, great day!

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9 hours ago, FearTheBeard said:

I’m doing the same, first time I’m not going in the AFL and choosing to go in the MCC for a Melbourne home and away game willingly in years. 
 

AFL is a zoo against the Pies, as expected considering they are animals and barely human beings.

As iterated I'll take my chances and sit with ferals and absolutely bag the Shhhheeit out of Maynard, softly Daicos, the Yank, and anyone else I feel deserves it. Um upon death notice summaries please send flowers to Mrs. Fence!! But I'll take a few out before departure! I have a bag of slitheras, at the ready!

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27 minutes ago, picket fence said:

As iterated I'll take my chances and sit with ferals and absolutely bag the Shhhheeit out of Maynard, softly Daicos, the Yank, and anyone else I feel deserves it. Um upon death notice summaries please send flowers to Mrs. Fence!! But I'll take a few out before departure! I have a bag of slitheras, at the ready!

We here at Demonland salute you! 🫡

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Oops, my bad, Yes correct MCC on sale only at 10

I managed to get good seats, after a period of waiting.

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I really hope every Melbourne supporter and their dog can get to this game so as to boo that dog that so deserves it.

I don't advocate for violence on the field but I'd be more than happy to see players use all their strength within the rules and laws of the game to remind a certain someone that he unfairly robbed us of a flag as well as destroying a good and decent player's career.

A few touted the idea of fans wearing imitation Gus helmets which I reckon is a cracker of an idea.

I'm expecting fireworks and a big win would probably be the best statement we could make.

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14 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

I really hope every Melbourne supporter and their dog can get to this game so as to boo that dog that so deserves it.

I don't advocate for violence on the field but I'd be more than happy to see players use all their strength within the rules and laws of the game to remind a certain someone that he unfairly robbed us of a flag as well as destroying a good and decent player's career.

A few touted the idea of fans wearing imitation Gus helmets which I reckon is a cracker of an idea.

I'm expecting fireworks and a big win would probably be the best statement we could make.

The split is likely going to be 20k max of us and 65-70k of them. Any booing is going to get massively drowned out

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weird, Ticketek makes it seem like there are tickets but I click on 1 standing ticket and it says no tickets

no doubt theyll be 15K spare seats on the day like usual  

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4 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

What are the chances they'll release some GA tickets behind the goals in our cheer squad end @FearTheBeard?

zero. Public reserve is sold out but for some standing room, AFL reserve will be sold out by this evening at the rate its gone, MCC will be sold out by the end of the week. I can get MCC guest passes for people still.

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1 minute ago, DubDee said:

weird, Ticketek makes it seem like there are tickets but I click on 1 standing ticket and it says no tickets

no doubt theyll be 15K spare seats on the day like usual  

Its so hard to get above 90,000 with corporate entitlements, member reserved seating and the fact that the MCC doesnt sell as much standing room.

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as an afl member...who logged on at 2pm

  • ipad on 4g - got thru after 10 mins in the waiting queue
  • iphone on 5g - got thru after 15 mins in the waiting queue (but was slowly purchasing on ipad)
  • computer on ethernet cable to fibre to the node nbn - was still in the wating queue at 2.45pm

ticketek is useless

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