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We have kicked 4 goals, in over 3 quarters of AFL football.  I don't know what it is, but there is something seriously wrong in this football club right now and it needs to be addressed ASAP.

Today, we have played an injury depleted Collingwood, yet their pride stands up.  Can you imagine for a second, how we would go, right now, with a similar injury list.  We cannot hit targets, we cannot isolate targets and we allow opposition to hit unmarked players, coming out of their backline, while we hit opposition players on the chest.

I reckon G. Lyon knows something, but he can't say

Season over. 

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4 minutes ago, poita said:

Half of our players genuinely seem petrified of being tackled or taking a bump today. 

They do look seriously spooked.... hot potato ....

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2 minutes ago, Coobs said:

Have you happy clappers given up yet? Goodwin is awful, we've had a generational squad and won one flag.. it's a joke. I hope we all enjoy 21 as it's the only flag we will ever win 

we are suffering a horrible loss and your go is to troll us supporters?

GAGF

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4 minutes ago, Red But Mostly Blue said:

We are 17th for clearances this year.

ooof 

Yep nothing wrong with our midfield.

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Snow reports anyone ???

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2 minutes ago, DubDee said:

anyone at the game 

get home safe

It would be on brand with that feral mob to assault Dees supporters even after a win. 🤢🤢🤢🤢 Putrid supporters and putrid organisation, the prison bars mob.

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Just now, Moonshadow said:

Pleased with the performance of JvR, Gawn and ANB. That's about it...

Agree

Rivers Salem and T Mac have been ok

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5 minutes ago, SPC said:

How to we rate Mini McQualter?

We don't. Or we shouldn't. And Richmond folks didn't either.

We should be going for someone like Leppitsch, Josh Carr (if port don't sack Kenny), Ash Hansen or Stephen King.

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11 minutes ago, Fanatique Demon said:

We are a seriously poor team. 

I'd still argue we're not terrible.

We could have won pretty easily but 5 14 with about 4 on the full ain't going to keep you in a game.

We played terribly, I don't think we're that poor. Not top 4 but should be in the top 8.

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Just now, beelzebub said:

Snow reports anyone ???

I flew to Sydney a couple of days ago, not much I could see from the sky. This is just my very uneducated report 😅

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Just now, layzie said:

Something smells horrible at this football club right now. Don't know what it is and clearly they don't either.

They would know. The ammount of time spent together, they know.

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1 minute ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

That’s 2 players they’ve take out now and we still play bruise free against them. Pathetic

We did any of that and it would be 4 weeks plus. 

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