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  1. a flag and 2 top 4 finishes in the 3 years he's been at the club, huge loss
  2. Brilliant player and coach, happy for Adem but sad to see him leave, congrats ooz
  3. Nuh mate, he wasn't de-listed. One of the conditions of moving a player from senior to rookie list that year was when they came out of contract they would be a FA, just like a de-listed player that was re-drafted
  4. i still feel sick when i see any footage from this game
  5. Jordon wasn't delisted, the Afl brought in a rule for that year only that allowed clubs to move players from senior to rookie list
  6. excellent tribute video in this article written by MFC historian Lynda Carroll, some footage of RDB i have not seen before https://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/1434935/vale-ron-barassi-the-debutants-of-1953
  7. Deakyn Smith has been informed that he will not receive a contract for the 2024 season.
  8. Disgraceful kicking for goal yet again, so disappointing
  9. Heath Briggs first game for Casey since 2019
  10. Dunstan confirmed as well
  11. FATHER-SON BOOSTS HIS STANDING - Chris Cavanagh Melbourne father-son prospect Kynan Brown boosted his standing in this year’s draft pool with some strong performances for Vic Metro across the under-18 national championships. The Oakleigh Chargers co-captain played predominantly through the midfield and averaged 22.8 disposals, 4.5 clearances, 4.8 tackles and 6.5 score involvements from his four matches. “He was really consistent and I think his contest work really stood up through each of the games,” Vic Metro coach Rob Harding said of Brown. “Even when we were challenged by some of the stronger midfields in the nationals, he stood up really well through those games. “Melbourne has been working with him over the past couple of years and they would have been really excited by what they saw over the past few weeks.” Brown – who is the son of former Melbourne defender Nathan Brown – has also spent time across half-forward with the Chargers in the Coates Talent League this year. Along with his strong contest work, the left-footer also brings quick hands, sharp vision and strong creativity in his game.
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