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Our backline needs to man up on their opponents.

Why does Laurie get selected?

Gee we really only have one really effective midfielder and Moore rammed his knee into his kidneys.

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1 minute ago, KingDingAling said:

I’d be looking to move on some value whilst it’s still there. We have good talent coming through in Windsor, Pickett, Howes, Bowey, Rivers and Sparrow. I’d be looking to cash in Petracca. Gawn, Viney and May will slow down. We need to replenish our stocks.

Keep Petracca, cash in Oliver.

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1 minute ago, beelzebub said:

Your blind loyalty is the joke 

Smell the flowers Bing....they aint Roses ;)

Nothing to do with it. Sacking coaches is generally a backward step, it's all on the players. Both North and the Suns brought in "star" coaches and the differences are marginal at best. Improvement can only come through the list.

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So who will we pick with pick 4 in the draft. That must have been the shortest dynasty in history. 

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  I absolutely can't stand Billings.  

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Just now, bing181 said:

Nothing to do with it. Sacking coaches is generally a backward step, it's all on the players. Both North and the Suns brought in "star" coaches and the differences are marginal at best. Improvement can only come through the list.

You seriously think we can go MORE backward. Am being quite literal.

Today 100% pathetic 

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6 minutes ago, KingDingAling said:

No way we are making the 8. Goodwin lost this team weeks ago. Our game style, if you lose the side, it becomes evident. 

Reminds me of. the Neeld days. Dark days!

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8 minutes ago, Matt Demon said:

Blow it up, make some hard decisions on the trade table and hit the draft. We're cooked.

Do we have our first round pick this year?

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I want to unload on this team. But I’ll hold my tongue. I stopped watching after quarter time and I’m glad I did.

where was the response? The first 5 mins told me all I needed to know. The season is shot, the window is shut and we will likely be clear dwellers for the next while. 
 

Id be looking to do a mini reset end of year. Move on players and coaches. Retire a few and look to a new game plan that can flex on contest and ball movement. It’ll take a few years for it take hold and become finals ready. 
 

All I can say is I’m really disappointed in this club. 

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1 minute ago, beelzebub said:

You seriously think we can go MORE backward. Am being quite literal.

Today 100% pathetic 

I guess he'll be satisfied only when we become North and win 3 wooden spoons in a row. If you are a serious organisation need to make the hard decisions when necessary, not just wait until it all falls apart.

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1 minute ago, Jaded No More said:

We are playing soft football

This. 

Ironically after all the talk from all and sundry that last week's weak effort wasn't acceptable.

News flash MFC, neither is this.

Bruise free footy with poor skills thrown in for a laugh.

The manic play on with errant handballs and a backline that doesn't communicate.

What a waste of a day watching this tripe.

As long as Petty gets dropped....oh wait .

And Maynard hasn't even been tickled.

Last week was a dark one but today hasn't been much better.

Perhaps the club won't say anything after today's loss. One can only hope. But they won't. They'll roll out some tripe about something. Spare us please .

If you can't come out and make a statement against a club that silenced one of our most beloved and best players then forget about anything else.

2024 season RIP.

 

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