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  1. Re: Welcome to the Western Bulldogs - Luke Cleary

    The in-between size doesn't bother me if he can actually defend one-on-one. Dale Morris is the same size and Rampe is shorter, and both of those boys could/can defend the lights out.
  2. Re: Welcome to the Western Bulldogs - Luke Cleary

    Louis Butler as well
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    Re: Assistant Coaches

    The Bruce comment sounds like we will be using him as a pseudo assistant coach for the forwards in 2022, until he is ready to come back. I suspect most clubs would use long-term senior injured...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    With all due respect, our elected state and federal leaders have had 20 months to address this and have done precisely nothing. As an example, how are we an eye-watering $156bn in debt in Victoria...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Life is full of many different shades of grey, my friend.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Appreciate the post hujsh.

    There is a point where the metrics in the bolded bit become a question of maths and data and not a question of science and health. For some countries, that point was...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    It's perfectly OK for anybody to direct their rage at Liam Jones/unjabbed people if they want to, and it's perfectly OK for other people to label that general mindset (not any specific individuals)...
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    I will never direct my anger at the people on the ground. They are amazing.

    The bolded bit neatly encapsulates everything wrong with our ruling class, and this pandemic has opened up these...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    The contagious disease has had multiple vaccines available for several months that everybody who wants one has had access to and gotten. Why does anybody who has been jabbed even care about those who...
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    State and federal govts have had almost 2 years to get their act together and build up hospital capacity (as they all promised they would). They have all failed miserably, which is probably the least...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    There would be a very large portion of the 90% (and rising) who have been jabbed that are pro-jab and anti-mandate. The interwebz crowd is miniscule, but they are cynically and conveniently used by...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Imagine if Easton Wood retired with a year to run on his contract for the exact same reasons. Would our collective admiration of Easton change?

    This is why people's medical history should be...
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    Re: Assistant Coaches

    He is certainly is, one of the best blokes going around. I think Bevo was defensive line coach when Spangher was at the Hawks, and he spoke glowingly of Bevo at the time.

    We just need to get Jay...
  14. Re: The official Sam Reid/Daniel Currie Memorial Eker Thread

    Big Tom Campbell making a late charge for the thread title, with the Saints looking to pick him up in 2022 as ruck depth. That makes 54 games, 3 clubs and 11 consecutive seasons on an AFL list.
  15. Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    Is it, though? How long until a lying pollie mandates into law multiple booster jabs in the future (and re-classifying everybody double-vaxxed as unvaccinated, which has already happened in Israel)...
  16. Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    Why would anybody? All govts on all side of politics and all around the world have not stopped lying in relation to this issue from day 1 (actually they don't stop lying as part of their everyday...
  17. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    And the 3rd is a ruckman in name only
  18. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    Jackson is clearly the best 2nd ruck in the comp. He gives them a significant point of difference to the rest of the competition - unfortunately we found that out the hard way after being able to...
  19. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    In addition to Darcy. Happy if it is ND or rookie draft.
  20. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    He's not ready yet but he has more actual ruck craft than English. If he continues his rate of improvement and development (that he has already shown on the list to date) he will be AFL ready in 2...
  21. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    Lobb is an older and less talented English. Both lack that uncompromising competitiveness needed to be #1 ruck, and they both drift in and out of games up forward. At least Tim has a monster tank and...
  22. Thread: Well Ruck Me.

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    Re: Well Ruck Me.

    Is Ben Hudson still in good nick? Maybe we can wheel him out for his 55th farewell tour a-la John Farnham.
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    Re: Welcome to the Western Bulldogs, Tim O'Brien

    Don't think Lewy Young has ever had those numbers, save for his first AFL game against Carlton.

    Effectively O'Brien and pick 52 for Lewy Young sounds pretty good to me.
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    Re: Congratulations Mark Stevens

    Never a truer word spoken. Pollies of all persuasions are deeply unimpressive, thoroughly mediocre people who would not last one day with a real job and real accountability in the private sector....
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    Re: Congratulations Mark Stevens

    Was slightly longer than Mal Meninga's political career.
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    If Marty McGrath, Eddie Sainsbury and Luke Vogels are in the trade mix, I'll start to get concerned.
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    Re: Welcome to the Bulldogs: Bailey Smith

    He strikes me as the type to not want to put stickers on a Ferrari
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    Re: Glass half full - the thread

    You're well within your rights to post that information on WOOF, and you did. It has precisely zero relevance or interest to me but it might have relevance to other posters.

    What does interest me...
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    Re: Glass half full - the thread

    Relevance of this sits somewhere between zero and zero. Other people's private lives are of no concern or interest to me.

    Hope he rips it up in the pre-season and has a cracking year in 2022. He...
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Goldstein is one of the most durable players in the entire competition. If an injury-riddled 34yo Martin can nullify Gawn in a GF (and he absolutely did), a slightly younger Goldy could do that and...
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    Re: Put your crazy Bevo hat on

    English on a wing. Channeling his inner Richo. That position requires elite running capacity much more than one-on-one competitiveness, which suits him to a tee.
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Even manufacturing a deliberate 6-6-6 infringement warning would have been good game sense, just to delay Melbourne's momentum for 20 seconds of non-game time. Their adrenalin was through the roof.
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Viney waltzed through for one of the goals and he is slower than a Clydesdale. Any of the players mentioned could have done it if they had the mindset and the game sense at the time. It's brutally...
  34. Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread - 2021 AFL Grand Final vs Melbourne

    We were 6 points down with 50 seconds left to 3/4 time. Even holding firm at that point would have given Bevo and the players the chance to reset and come up with a plan to counter whatever the...
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Bont rotation was quite possibly the worst timed rotation in interchange history. In light of Bont not being on the ground, I would have expected Dunks or Macrae or Libba to be proactive and have the...
  36. Re: Melbourne V Western Bulldogs - 2021 Grand Final Thread

    One area we didn't do enough to exploit was Steven May. We would have known he was borderline cooked and we needed to clear the 50 and isolate him one out with Naughts and instruct him to repeat lead...
  37. Re: Melbourne V Western Bulldogs - 2021 Grand Final Thread

    To be fair, when you're 19 points up halfway through the 3rd in a GF and have kicked 8 of the last 9 after a slow start, you'd think we do have most areas covered. In that 10 minute patch to finish...
  38. Re: Melbourne V Western Bulldogs - 2021 Grand Final Thread

    I get the anger over the douche move of mocking our celebratory song, but the reality is the winners can please themselves. I'm sure other premiership winning clubs have said disparaging things about...
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Not that I'll ever watch the replay, but any one of our starting mids should have decided to take the responsibility and go hard one-on-one to stop Petracca's influence out of the middle late in the...
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    Re: Lets make the hard calls

    Luke Jackson last night showed the importance of being able to actually compete at stoppages for the nominal 2nd ruck. It was frightening (and very deflating) how easily he destroyed English at the...
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