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Sparrow has totally gone missing after a good start.

Surely we need to try someone else.

Sick of players gifted games.

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24 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

What's the nature of those texts?

@Mel Bourne just checked those texts. First time ever I was aware of that. How could Paul Roos choose someone that was questionable ethically as his successor?

Now I can give some credit to the rumours about our culture, knowing his previous actions at Essendon.

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So the guy who lifted his shoulder to fend someone off into a player’s head gets a 50m for being shoved the the ground moments later?

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2 minutes ago, rolling fog said:

Anyone else on SEN?

Brenton Sanderson is straight up delusional - the anti MFC / pro-filth bias is disgusting. 

What is he delusional about, not  anything positive things to say about the dees

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1 minute ago, BDA said:

Turner is dreadful today.

First thing we said last week was NOT to start Turner and Petty at FF. See what happens, NFI by our coach 🤷🏻‍♂️ not even self awareness.

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1 minute ago, ElDiablo14 said:

@Mel Bourne just checked those texts. First time ever I was aware of that. How could Paul Roos choose someone that was questionable ethically as his successor?

Now I can give some credit to the rumours about our culture, knowing his previous actions at Essendon.

Exactly

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Just now, BDA said:

Pre game I wanted us to ignore Maynard and get on with the game.

Now i want someone to lay him out

Sadly I don't think anyone will, maybe Kozzy if the AFL wasn't witch hunting him at every opportunity.

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Nice to see Petty back to his old form for one quarter only.

If he isn't dropped, after mo goals again, then we need a new coach.

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