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1 minute ago, Heart Beats True said:

Time for Ken to go. Had his chances and they need a refresh. Hinkley to Bulldogs has been floating around the traps of late.

Is he actually a good coach? Which club is going after a guy who’s had 10 years and done nothing? If I was Port I’d be going after Leppitsch. 

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1 hour ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Waiting for the “ Lions will beat us by 15 goals next week on this form” posts.

 

 

We can't even beat them on our ground when we've practically been full strength.

We go in next week without trac and lever isn't  a definite. 

I'm not confident at all

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Reckon before we worry about lions we focus on Nth no gimmee the way where playing. Definitely something wrong at the club that Fred loss was inexplicable. Supporters are mushrooms kept in the dark and you know the rest

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Just a reminder to all Dee supporters. Here is the definition of Supporter
 

someone who supports a particular idea, group, or person:

 

Let’s get behind our MFC people. 
 

Edit, stop poo-ing on the club. It’s ok to not be happy at times, but too many continue to harp on and on and on, and criticise the club. 
 

#frustrating #ducksforcoverwaiting 
 

 

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In light of our challenges forward GWS seem happy to just bang it fwd -easier to do that with Hogan and Riccardi there to launch and green to crumb

they don’t seem to be much “lowering their eyes” and I don’t see super leading patterns or much “strategy”

Sydney OTOH move the ball with great pace (which we can’t) and when the ball comes in that fast you don’t need a Gary Ablett snr to convert 

we have neither key fwds who can compete in the air or a fast counter attack and our scores attest to that

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3 minutes ago, Demonsone said:
18 minutes ago, BDA said:

You don't like Jesse Hogan?

I do but we had no control in losing him 

Incorrect.  We chose to trade Hogan, unlike Jordon who was a FREE AGENT.

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3 minutes ago, dino rover said:

In light of our challenges forward GWS seem happy to just bang it fwd -easier to do that with Hogan and Riccardi there to launch and green to crumb

they don’t seem to be much “lowering their eyes” and I don’t see super leading patterns or much “strategy”

Sydney OTOH move the ball with great pace (which we can’t) and when the ball comes in that fast you don’t need a Gary Ablett snr to convert 

we have neither key fwds who can compete in the air or a fast counter attack and our scores attest to that

Gws have youth and speed. They dont tend to dawdle  ( i.e stop and let oppos sset up )   Something to ponder for us 

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17 hours ago, Bowserpower said:

Carlton were amazing tonight, I do not want to play them in the finals.

They are a lot like us in 2021 without being as good defensively. They will not win it this year nor any other in the foreseeable future. Right now it’s Sydney, Pies and Lions for mine. 

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41 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

No, he just likes whinging, criticising and posting the same comment week after week.

 

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Im not in denial and have my head buried in the sand that our club has botched up the last 2 trades with spuds & given away players with taken for a bag of chips  

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27 minutes ago, Gawndy the Great said:

They are a lot like us in 2021 without being as good defensively. They will not win it this year nor any other in the foreseeable future. Right now it’s Sydney, Pies and Lions for mine. 

...surely the Blues are a shot too.

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10 minutes ago, Demonsone said:

Im not in denial and have my head buried in the sand that our club has botched up the last 2 trades with spuds & given away players with taken for a bag of chips  

It's one thing to have an opinion but a different thing entirely to keep harping on about it and posting the same thing over and over and over and over again.  I think we all know how you feel.

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26 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Swans v Giants looks like the third thriller so far this round. We’ll have the blowout game for sure. 

Leaving that one hanging @Dee Zephyr - 😅 which way is the blow out? 😇

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If we lose tonight, the AFL should put up the poll of which top 8/expected top 8 team is the biggest pretender.

Geelong last night, who handed the baton to Port today who are now handing the baton to GWS who better not be handing it over to us.

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