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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    What is the injury? Can you post the article?
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    Sticky: Re: Bulldog Sound clouds, audio and podcasts.

    I noticed that in the training videos as well.
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    Re: Training Thread - 2020

    Looks like Easton has slimmed down again. Not sure if it's the position of his stride, though it seems his quads aren't as large as they used to be.
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    Re: Are You Sick Of The Afl Changing Rules Every Year

    Someone who doesn't want to change the rules writes an article suggesting rule changes.

    Amazing.
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    Re: Watching the Footy on TV

    You are so so sooooo wrong BAD (alas, I am as well). They know the absolute minimum we can tolerate and how that relates to how they broadcast.

    What I was talking about was a complete pipe dream....
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    Re: How good was....Brian Royal?

    Possibly the Lee Matthews if you weren't having a Lee Matthews. A bit watered down (less violent, probably not an adulterer either.…)

    Super skillful and could kick a goal. Check out this:
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  7. Thread: In Hindsight...

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    Poll: Re: In Hindsight...

    The standout performer on the day was Kennedy by a stretch, unfortunately for him as his influence diminished after half time and a close marking effort by our mids the Swans did as well.
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    Re: Watching the Footy on TV

    My heart's desire is to one day be a part of their in jokes. I know that on the surface they appear shallow, but I really think that once you're actually in with the in joke makers a whole new world...
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    Re: Watching the Footy on TV

    Imagine what they could do if only they tried. The coaches would pretty much work for expenses only at this point, as it would be great for their profiles (kind of like the opposite going on TV was...
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    Re: Watching the Footy on TV

    What they really should have is an insightful commentary team that has interesting and well informed things to say. If they had that we wouldn't be distracted by the lack of crowd noise.

    There's...
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    Re: How good was.....Leon Cameron?

    Griff was a lot more of a burst player who was a little bit more one-sided. Cameron was more of a cruiser who still could turn on the jets if needed, but was fluent on both sides of the body to the...
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Whichever team can pop out of the funk and put together a few early wins from now is going to be in a really good position. However, scoring heavily complementing a frugal defence will be key as...
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    Poll: Re: Rating our list 2020 Roarke Smith 37

    He's played a couple of AFL quality games, but he probably should be at another club if he wants the time to see if he can play many more.

    I think he has enough to be a role player in an AFL side,...
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    It'll just be another premiership in our favour that has a dot next to it apparently like 2016 did because we stole that one, had too many free kicks, got lucky with the pre finals bye or whatever...
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    Re: Predicted Teams Round 2 - 2020

    I reckon I'd have Wood in ahead of Young most definitely. On ability, and leadership.

    If it was how I selected the team over and above how I think the coaches would, I'd have Naughton in the back...
  16. Thread: Geelong

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    Re: Geelong

    I wonder if it was self inflicted or whether someone else has done it to him.
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    Re: Footy departments going forward

    Well it looks as if any hope some held of the game pivoting away from an over dependence on sports science personnel has been dashed.

    Whichever team can gain an advantage in recruiting over the...
  18. Re: Players or coaches, past or present, you'd like to have a beer and a chat with (any team)

    I wonder what Eade would have been able to do with our 97-99 teams.
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    Re: How good was.....Leon Cameron?

    I don't remember Cameron being like Dangerfield.
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    If those hotel walls could speak.
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    Geelong were never good enough, but each year were the best of a bad bunch except in 1993 when the competition was a bit off.

    Full credit, but you felt that each time they fronted they were going...
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    Too high brow...…..meaning I'm deriding it because I don't understand......please help.
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    Re: How good was....Stewart Loewe?

    They had been so much closer than we had in the modern era by the time 2016 rolled around. In the early to mid 00's they were seriously good and after our prelim in 2009 they really got close. If...
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    Post of the year. Excellent work BAD.
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    Re: How good was....Stewart Loewe?

    I'm actually loving it, particularly this one as I often went to Waverley to see the Saints given I lived within a fifteen minute walk and they played there a lot towards the end of his career.
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    Re: How good was....Stewart Loewe?

    I'm picking up a pattern in your threads mate, can't quite put my finger on it but I'll get there.

    Anyway, Lowe was called Buckets for a reason. His hands were massive and he could take a really...
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    In that play you had three elite ball users get a goal. Atkins hands were amazing to get the full fifteen metres to Leon, and Leon's kick to Billy was perfect. Then Billy did Billy and the rest is...
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    Re: How good was....Tony Modra?

    Poor old Johnno, probably the least revered six times All Australian going around...…..given half of them were won as a midfielder and half as a key forward at 182cm.
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    Poll: Re: Rating our list 2020 Riley Garcia 38

    Hasn't shown anything to date, no excuses. Chop him!

    Or, see what happens with list sizes and his recovery and asses as needed.
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    Re: How good was....Tony Modra?

    To complete the blend I reckon you could throw in Brad Johnson to the mix of Betts and Hamill. Just a guy who could do things his size wouldn't usually allow.
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    There isn't one I don't think. He was a little bit unique for his time from what I remember (I was twelve in 1992), and guys like him end up being more defencive in their roles now.

    I mean who...
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    Re: How good was....Tony Modra?

    He was someone you just knew if you watched him he was likely to rip it apart. 3.5 goals a game with plenty of injuries to boot throughout his career is just elite.

    If he was a player in the...
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    Re: How good was....Tony Modra?

    Best Bong Head to play the game.

    EDIT - just checked his wiki page, no mention of bongs.
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    Re: How good was....Steve Kolyniuk?

    Really good.

    Injuries limited him, but he was really really good in a very difficult position to be effective consistently in an era when back pocket/flanker players were lock down and more...
  35. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    I understand all of that TD, but the actual risks are small and the same folks would be able to go to their local shopping centre and do a lot worse every day.

    That's the silly thing about this...
  36. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    I'm going to ask you to unpack this a little bit mate, because I can't see how a bit of circle work outside is worse than a systemic drug program that put player health at direct risk.
  37. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    I knew Whately piping up would get your attention!

    Docking points is pretty serious, removing draft picks is as well. I personally think the officials and players involved knew the rules and were...
  38. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    Well that's not really the only issue.

    The AFL needs to be able to demonstrate that its players and officials can be disciplined enough to meet strict protocols that are likely to be placed on...
  39. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    More on the rocket surgeons and how they came to make such a blunder:

    https://www.theage.com.au/sport/afl/this-is-our-error-crows-boss-apologises-to-afl-for-training-breach-20200508-p54r13.html
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  40. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    Dull as a box of hammers. You would be shaking your head if you were on the board of the Crows...……..wondering how.
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