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    Following our ex's...................

    I thought I'd bite the bullet and be the one to start it. This is a thread to discuss all past Bulldogs players coaches whatever.

    Justin Sherman is the coach of my local team (Kyabram) and apparently had a pretty good debut kicking a few goals and leading us to a 5 goal win over Tat.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Stalking the ex would be a cool title..

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    I don't know what they're up to this season but I know the twin towers James Mulligan and Jarrad Boumann were cut by Wangaratta Rovers at the end of 2014. Mulligan struggled to crack a game in the seniors, and Boumann struggled to get a kick.

    Yes, these two were actually on our list at one stage. Our recruiting in the late 2000's must be amongst the worst in AFL history
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by Greystache View Post
    I don't know what they're up to this season but I know the twin towers James Mulligan and Jarrad Boumann were cut by Wangaratta Rovers at the end of 2014. Mulligan struggled to crack a game in the seniors, and Boumann struggled to get a kick.

    Yes, these two were actually on our list at one stage. Our recruiting in the late 2000's must be amongst the worst in AFL history
    It's interesting to compare their league careers actually.

    Boumann convinced two teams he was good enough to play AFL, but never for us, whilst Mulligan only made us look stupid, but actually played a game.

    Boumann was by all reports a...not so great guy, but not an idiot, whereas Mulligan seemed lovely, but brought his boogie board (who owns a boogie board at ~24?) to a pre-season boot camp.

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Stephen Tiller is at Deer Park this year.

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by Greystache View Post
    I don't know what they're up to this season but I know the twin towers James Mulligan and Jarrad Boumann were cut by Wangaratta Rovers at the end of 2014. Mulligan struggled to crack a game in the seniors, and Boumann struggled to get a kick.

    Yes, these two were actually on our list at one stage. Our recruiting in the late 2000's must be amongst the worst in AFL history
    Apparently Boumann has a lovely tattoo of a heart with wings across his Adam's apple.
    "Loves a scrap....oh yeah & he's a pretty handy footballer as well"

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by SlimPickens View Post
    Apparently Boumann has a lovely tattoo of a heart with wings across his Adam's apple.
    And a cross on his face!
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by SlimPickens View Post
    Apparently Boumann has a lovely tattoo of a heart with wings across his Adam's apple.
    Be still my beating heart.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by Greystache View Post
    And a cross on his face!
    Nice. Will go well with that weird Nazi eagle thing on his chest.

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    Looking sharp

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    Nice. Will go well with that weird Nazi eagle thing on his chest.
    Sorry I have to mention this for family reasons. Just for the record the black eagle on white background has absolutely nothing to do with the Nazi party. The coat of arms on Boumann's breast was originally used in the middle ages as a coat of arms for the German Emperor and re-introduced in 1928 by the German Republic before being annexed by the Nazi's in 1935. The black eagle of the Republic of Germany was reinstated by the German Republic following the fall of the Nazi's and re-establishment of autonomous Government in 1950. Just to reiterate, the arms of Boumann's breast have absolutely nothing to do with the Nazi's, in fact it is the very symbol they abolished during their Third Reich.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Sorry to derail, back on topic.
    One of the great moments in life is the sense of space and time you feel between taking a hanger and touching back down.

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by 1eyedog View Post
    Sorry to derail, back on topic.
    That's okay man, I thought (knew) I was wrong but too lazy to google.

    Boumann still sucks.

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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    That's okay man, I thought (knew) I was wrong but too lazy to google.

    Boumann still sucks.
    No dramas at all and yes he does.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Just travel through Asia a little and you'll understand how beautifully the Nazis butchered simbolism.

    Or read the Da Vinci Code, whatever's easier!

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