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DEE fence last won the day on November 17 2016

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  1. Totally for this, he had a moment, under supervision, it's interesting to test yourself and am sure he doesn't regret it one little bit. He could also be a little extra fatigued from a young bub or even picked up a sniffle from the kid (although exercising with a cold should be a no no). I am so curious about their times, am always searching online as I'm sure some of them have smoking times, but no-one seems to publish. I am old, 51, and 6 kg overweight, but do 5 1km reps averaging 4m (best 3.50 worst 4.20) in heat up to 38deg here in Sudan (HR ~182). Kills me, need about 4lt of water afterwards and a lie down. Also my intervals are more like 3m... My holy grail is 5km in 20m never got there, best was 4.96km in 19m40s when i did my hamstring, was so [censored]. Tipping Jake was going alot quicker, he'll be fine, personally i hope all the new kids were throwing up by the end of the session... getting to know you so to speak
  2. Big Calls 1, AFL will come up with a rule change that hurts us. 2 Two Sydney top four teams next year, GWS is my big improver, forget the noise about Toby, they play selfless team footy like us and if not smashed by injuries will break other teams on the wheel. 3. News paper articles to feature about how we keep our team together. 4. Big offers for big defenders next year, Jacob from Carlton gets a god father offer to go to Essendon, as teams realize Melbourne was onto something getting back 6 set first. My 8 1Melb 2 Brisbane 3 GWS 4 Sydney 5 Bulldogs 6 Geelong 7 Essendon 8 Port 9 Richmond 10 WCE Pirated from the other thread on teams challenging us… Brisbane has a list and a good coach. While they have some annoying players they have ability on every line. Our best is still better but I do think they have the best attack to break up our zone. Port's window is closing and something NQR. Mental scars as well from some bad losses. Essendon is coming and I wish to see them smashed by us, they do have some good players and always well resourced. Have some speed and i think the team running is coming. Dogs are going to be there abouts, but like Melbourne sides of old there defence has a few too many holes, Easton Wood is on the way out, no ruck, and Libba had a mare in the GF and will need serious coaching after that loss. I think 22 will be a finals year but no threat. Carlton, The loss of the anti Vaxxer is a big loss - personally I think Voss will not be the man to take these princesses anywhere. Voss was an awesome player but like Viney, who sets a fierce example, he doesn't quite have the EQ to relate to the more unconventional types. Hubris runs deep in Carlton as well despite the quality list. Voss might be the one to get Cripps firing again though. I am so glad the new Carlton is the old Melbourne. Swans rapier like qualities, but is the defence up to finals specification? Team I need to watch more of as I understand the least. Cats they have two issues, one is the obvious age/speed, the other is their forward line, we took apart Cameron and Hawkins 3 times (2 when Cameron wasn't playing) they have no other tricks. Will do well but are in same boat as Port. Richmond, thereabouts, but seriously they have lost so many parts of an elite unit, and their bottom 6 look a lot more pedestrian than ours. Riewoldt is rusting before the eyes and Dusty as magnificent as he is cannot win it by himself (i think) will need to improve his defensive efforts to make up for gaps in the list. Giants, this season they played like a team, I think they will be super dangerous in 22, less princess more machine like, have to resolve the Coniglio question, he is less suited to being Captain than Grimes and Trengove were has gone back further than Cripps. Coach was suspect but has survived a trial by fire. Saints, nah, too many missing pieces, feel sorry for Steele, awesome player. GC Who would swap Dew for Goodwin now. Will remain a feeder/farm team. Btw if Goodwin wins a 2nd GF, the offers from Adelaide will become unbelievable. Adelaide in a few years. Collingwood in more years. Board wobbles guaranteed. Westcoast, ready for a rebuild not sure they know it. Freo, need to bin some lazy players, too many pick and choose. North, will be better but need two more good drafts, by which time they will be picking apples in Tasmania. Hawks, have no idea there late run of form suggests they are not as useless as I had expected.
  3. We are more like Brissy 01 to 03 than Essendon 00. Brisbane has a list and a good coach. While they have some annoying players they have ability on every line. Our best is still better but I do think they have the best attack to break up our zone. Port's window is closing and something NQR. Mental scars as well from some bad losses. Essendon is coming and I wish to see them smashed by us, they do have some good players and always well resourced. Have some speed and i think the team running is coming. Dogs are going to be there abouts, but like Melbourne sides of old there defence has a few too many holes, Easton Wood is on the way out, no ruck, and Libba had a mare in the GF and will need serious coaching after that loss. I think 22 will be a finals year but no threat. Carlton, personally I think Voss will not be the man to take these princesses anywhere. Voss was an awesome player but like Viney, who sets a fierce example, he doesn't quite have the EQ to relate to the more unconventional types. Hubris runs deep in Carlton as well despite the quality list. Voss might be the one to get Cripps firing again though. I am so glad the new Carlton is the old Melbourne. Swans rapier like qualities, but is the defence up to finals specification? Team I need to watch more of as I understand the least. Cats they have two issues, one is the obvious age/speed, the other is their forward line, we took apart Cameron and Hawkins 3 times (2 when Cameron wasn't playing) they have no other tricks. Will do well but are in same boat as Port. Richmond, thereabouts, but seriously they have lost so many parts of an elite unit, and their bottom 6 look a lot more pedestrian than ours. Riewoldt is rusting before the eyes and Dusty as magnificent as he is cannot win it by himself (i think) will need to improve his defensive efforts to make up for gaps in the list. Giants, this season they played like a team, I think they will be super dangerous in 22, less princess more machine like, have to resolve the Coniglio question, he is less suited to being Captain than Grimes and Trengove were has gone back further than Cripps. Coach was suspect but has survived a trial by fire. Saints, nah, too many missing pieces, feel sorry for Steele, awesome player. GC Who would swap Dew for Goodwin now. Will remain a feeder/farm team. Btw if Goodwin wins a 2nd GF, the offers from Adelaide will become unbelievable. Adelaide in a few years. Collingwood in more years. Board wobbles guaranteed. Westcoast, ready for a rebuild not sure they know it. Freo, need to bin some lazy players, too many pick and choose. North, will be better but need two more good drafts, by which time they will be picking apples in Tasmania. Hawks, have no idea there late run of form suggests they are not as useless as I had expected.
  4. This was something that made me wonder about Max because it is a thing with him to mix metaphors, the podcast has been funny for that including his complete lack of farming knowledge. But I still think Tmac.
  5. Tmac style of phrasing for mine, Lever doesn't talk like that.
  6. We could argue the number of wins, I do agree they don’t get the big teams though, but his record is not just a reflection of home ground advantage. However I think a lot of the knocks on him as a coach are for matters perceived, and not actual. Some of their losses in Finals were pretty bloody close. They play a system, they play it well, he obviously has the teams attention, that doesn’t happen with smoke and mirrors, give the devil his due. All of that said, I think he needs a new game style, we have the keys for his. Unless he finds the next Wayne Carey that chip and pass style will be nothing without a marking beast at CHF, oh and I bet he copies us and comes up with some wing type players. The more I think about it, Melbourne validated having two good rucks in the modern era, and now we have validated wingers, hopefully the torp will come back soon and all will be well with the world (or at least Australia).
  7. 72% Wiinning record in H+A, 69% with Finals included, totally happy to take the mickey out of him when he’s losing it in the box, but they are extraordinary numbers. I am impressed he is sticking fat, as those numbers are going to take a hit. He does seem cursed like Tom Haley though with finals and they should have had at least 1 if not 2 more GF in the last 10 years. However Geelong is making a logical decision and not throwing baby out with the bath water. Just too bad for him his tenure is extended right when they became our female Labradors. I also thought he was a dog of a player, Toby Greene standard, good but dirty, more so than Mitchell and Hodge, but I still respect his coaching, just don’t like the man, much like Hardwick.
  8. Just imagine if he shines like Powell did or even something close to it. I can see StK supporters opening a vein….. ‘faaaark Petracca, faaaark Dunstan…’ Ratten will definitely cop some heat if he plays more than 10 games for us. Must say I met Ratten a number of times when I was living in Christmas Hills, around Yarra Glen, always polite and up for a gas while we waited for Pizza or whatever. I think he needs a reboot of his assistants seems to work for some coaches.
  9. What I love, is that it is not just words about our team, our culture, our coaches and support staff, they are all competition benchmark. So you know that we have the ability yo take a later pick and realise the maximum potential of that recruit, in effect making them better than a higher draft pick in an inferior system. It also means when we trade out players later (something I hate but concede will happen) that we will get slight overs for them, benefiting from that same superior system we have. And if Pert wanted to be really clever, find a way to monetize our IP in the form of coaches who leave for other clubs. Not sure this has even been done anywhere and I might be delusional. But just imagine if Hawthorn had been able to get some sort of return on all the coaches they have produced and exported. They would have made some cash. Anyway forgive tired ramblings. Personally I hope pick 17 goes on a KPP/forward.
  10. Depends if Good Harmes or Bad Harmes shows up. Harmes' end of season was his best patch ever/equal to a couple of 2018 games. But the big preseason story will be Petty vs Tomlinson. Honestly don't know how they will manage.
  11. Insurance, have to believe the club sees an upside in him, look at how much ANB's disposal has improved under our coaches.
  12. I looked up our overall winning percentage as a club since 1897 today ~46%, Collingwood ~60%. And inferior to Carlton (still 57%)/Geelong/Essendon/Hawthorn/Sydney/Richmond. We need 10 years of better than .75 to start addressing the lost years. I plan on being humble for a while yet. Obviously if we get multiple flags in a short period of time that would shift the needle. On the other hand of any multiple premiership team, we have the best strike rate .72, and significantly better than the Greg Normans of the AFL, Collingwood on .35.
  13. Cops hassling him to move back to WA, LJ sticks fat and says well lock me up then it's not happening, Cop realising they are snookered.
  14. As others have said has gone where needed most. So much love for this guy, will be welcome back with open arms.
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