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That last couple of minutes! I’m spent just from watching it 😅

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Meanwhile Hardwick has done a headgasket and set up 4 voodoo umpire dolls which he is now sticking pins into

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4 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

That disgraceful free kick changed the game. Unbelievable 

I hadn't watched the game, but went to Kayo when I read this.  Grappling each other which happens every day.  In fact King almost put Andrew down before the free was paid.

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I can’t believe I am watching Fox at the moment and they haven’t talked about that umpiring decision yet. 
 

I think I need to step back from watching so much AFL, I am finding myself getting frustrated with the umpiring in neutral games. The standard and inconsistency since the AFL went to four umpires has diminished dramatically in my view. 

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8 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

That disgraceful free kick changed the game. Unbelievable 

perhaps theyre just getting supporters  used to the game changing free kicks that will happen for the favoured pies.

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what a horrible display of afl

man on man congestion

tackleorama

holding the ball lotto

umpiring fantasies

i hope this in not where the game is heading with the new rules

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Just now, daisycutter said:

what a horrible display of afl

man on man congestion

tackleorama

holding the ball lotto

i hope this in not where the game is heading with the new rules

100%. 

If they think we want to spend a Sat night watching that tripe they have another thing coming.

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I can forgive a dodgy call in the contest but literally deciding a game 100m off the ball is unforgivable 

it needs to be blatant. The officiating makes this game really hard to enjoy

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1 minute ago, DubDee said:

I can forgive a dodgy call in the contest but literally deciding a game 100m off the ball is unforgivable 

it needs to be blatant. The officiating makes this game really hard to enjoy

Seems there wasnt a dangerous tackle available. 

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2 minutes ago, DubDee said:

I can forgive a dodgy call in the contest but literally deciding a game 100m off the ball is unforgivable 

it needs to be blatant. The officiating makes this game really hard to enjoy

I hate looking to umpires in close games but that is not on. Over influence and taking away from the participants

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2 minutes ago, DubDee said:

I can forgive a dodgy call in the contest but literally deciding a game 100m off the ball is unforgivable 

it needs to be blatant. The officiating makes this game really hard to enjoy

Same goes for dodgy frees paid in the goal square. 

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Was that the three most meh nail-biters ever played on the one day? 😁

I should ask Swamp Man or whatever his name is. 😅

Then I’ll ask him has there been another case of two sets of twins playing against each other in the same round. This is actually a genuine question. 

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Three games decided by around one kick.

Two of them by very questionable umpire decisions.

As an aside.. the score review... we can clearly see player X touched the ball...when no one can. Why not say no clear evidence to over rule goal umpires call

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On 06/06/2024 at 14:02, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Best results for the Dees in the event we win (operative word being event):

Richmond to beat Adelaide

Brisbane to beat Dogs

Hawthorn to beat GWS

North to beat West Coast

St Kilda to beat GC

Sydney to beat Geelong.

Carlton to beat Essendon

 

Incidentally that multi is paying $349 - 1

5/5 so far. (Unfortunately didn’t put money on it so kinda happy if one of tomorrow results doesn’t salute)

Literally every result has gone our way so far, although North beating WC doesn’t make a lick of difference to us.

Geelong losing tomorrow would be nice.

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