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8 minutes ago, roy11 said:

At least we're not the only team losing the game in the first quarter. 

Premiership favourites to this… 

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Classic Channel 7 footy commentary

Brian Taylor: "I feel Geelong could back from 42 points down">

Richo: "That's not a big statement...oh yes it is big...actually its massive!"

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Both (us and Geelong) teams coming out so far off the pace after last week’s game speaks volumes about how tough a game it was in those conditions.
Last night hurts so bad as all we had to do was play the first quarter at our standard and it was an easy win.

Oh well onwards and upwards, I hope Geelong continue to embarrass themselves but we need them to get a bit closer to keep us in the four.

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Commentators constantly making excuses for the Cats. 

“they’re off aren’t they? strange”

[censored] off! they are playing rubbish soft football

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1 minute ago, DubDee said:

Commentators constantly making excuses for the Cats. 

“they’re off aren’t they? strange”

[censored] off! they are playing rubbish soft football

Right out of the Chris Scott playbook 

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8 minutes ago, Lou C. Fur said:

Classic Channel 7 footy commentary

Brian Taylor: "I feel Geelong could back from 42 points down">

Richo: "That's not a big statement...oh yes it is big...actually its massive!"

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It's simply to avoid losing viewers who switch off. Like me.

Always do this talking up the alleged drama.  Keep the interest.

Sheeesh

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3 minutes ago, The heart beats true said:

I don’t like them reviewing scores when the field umpire called touched - as the players then let the ball go through assuming it was.

You can’t penalise a team for an umpire mistake.

Yep, something really stinks about this. Umpire called touched so it is touched. 

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How could anyone switch off the Cats losing at home?

The fans are so baffled by not having every decision go their way

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58 minutes ago, BDA said:

its not a full house either. there's a fair smattering of empty seats

Plenty in Geelong have no hope of affording a seat at the new stadium.

Elites only unfortunately 

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2 minutes ago, ANG13 said:

Bloody gut wrenching watching some of the Fremantle players in the pre game tribute to Cam McCarthy. 

A timely reminder that you never know what someone is going through in private, and we all should do better with some of the trash we throw at our players over a football game. 

It is after all just a game, but these players are someone’s entire world!

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1 minute ago, Demon17 said:

Plenty in Geelong have no hope of affording a seat at the new stadium.

Elites only unfortunately 

I don’t doubt you , but has changed- for the ordinary supporter?
Membership prices increased?

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Ch.7 now promoting a venue within the Kardinia Park State/Cats/Station/AFL Promotional edifice?

Crass.

And worse.

 

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Just now, Dingo said:

I don’t doubt you , but has changed- for the ordinary supporter?
Membership prices increased?

Reserved seating is the issue price wise.

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