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    Re: How good was....Alistair Lynch?

    How were some of the stats in that game?

    Axe with 46 possessions and 2 goals with the 3 votes.
    Scott Wynd with 21 touches, 9 marks and 19 hit outs with the 2.
    Paul Roos 38 disposals got the 1...
  2. Re: Travis Cloke to take indefinite leave from football.

    Have read elsewhere that it was Bailey Rice, son of Dean.

    He fits the description in the article: young, St Kilda listed at the time, played in that game, since delisted.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    I would like to see all the cutouts be Twodogs. A sea of Twodogs should be enough to scare the life out of Toby Greene.*

    *Not that I know what Twodogs looks like.


    The Western Bulldogs have...
  4. Re: Travis Cloke to take indefinite leave from football.

    Pretty disappointing, can someone put the clues togther and figure out who this former Saints scumbag is?

    Sacked podcast preview: Travis Cloke reveals sledge that almost ended his career

    Travis...
  5. Re: How good was....Terry Wallace? And why the nickname "Plough"?

    Hall of Fame: Terry Wallace, the plough who never let up

    IT WAS a big deal when Fitzroy secured ruck/forward Gerry McCarthy from Hawthorn a few weeks before the 1978 season.

    Media reports...
  6. Re: Inside the AFL’s ‘war cabinet’: Peter Gordon breaks down key meetings and lays out the challenges ahead

    Perhaps the corporate and sponsorship side of things? Just speculation on my behalf but maybe 2020 was already largely committed, but a large drop off is expected next year? Also the AFL bailout...
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    Re: League Injuries 2020

    I can't find the article now but I read the other day it was something along the lines of:

    2020 $1.4
    2021 $1.5
    2022 $900k

    Even without a flag it has probably been a success to this point,...
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    Re: What happened on 12 February 2020?

    Facebook pages make Big Footy look like a Mensa meeting, absolute cesspool, our club included (with the exception of Rocco's page of course).

    I've got nothing against Facebook either, use it...
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    Re: Players you really, really hate.

    Now I get it, it's all in our heads! We just perceive his behavior as unsportsmanlike. Next time we lose I am just going to perceive that we won, it's that easy!

    No surprise this was written by a...
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    Re: What happened on 12 February 2020?

    Thanks GVG, I thought that it may be something like that.

    I seem to recall at one stage our most users online was the night of a national draft, which at least made sense.
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    Re: Welcome to the Bulldogs: Bailey Smith

    Bailey Smith to brave the ‘Big Freeze’

    Western Bulldogs young gun Bailey Smith has accepted the ‘Big Freeze’ challenge and will plunge into icy waters for a fantastic cause.

    The annual Big...
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    What happened on 12 February 2020?

    The landing page for WOOF states the following:

    Most users ever online was 1,020, 12-02-2020 at 09:44 AM.

    This date rings no bells for me. What on earth happened on a Wednesday morning a few...
  13. Re: Inside the AFL’s ‘war cabinet’: Peter Gordon breaks down key meetings and lays out the challenges ahead

    I just wish Peter could have trumped Eddie's speech so that round 1 never happened!
  14. Inside the AFL’s ‘war cabinet’: Peter Gordon breaks down key meetings and lays out the challenges ahead

    Inside the AFL’s ‘war cabinet’: Peter Gordon breaks down key meetings and lays out the challenges ahead

    AFL stars should brace for a pay cut of more than 20 per cent, Western Bulldogs president...
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    Re: How good was....Brian Royal?

    Not all of Gippsland, was a Hawthorn zone around these parts.
  16. Thread: 2020 Fixture

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    Re: 2020 Fixture

    A 5 day break first up probably isn't ideal, although it's the same for both teams.

    We manage to play on every day Thursday - Sunday in rounds 2-5 and all at night.
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    Re: Training Thread - 2020

    Libba has been waiting a long time to tackle someone, bad luck Bailey you are it!
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Tim Membrey and Max King, with the resting ruck Paddy Ryder/Rowan Marshall.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    The round 2 St Kilda game will apparently be on the Sunday night at Marvel and we will get a chance to atone for the elimination final loss v GWS in round 4.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Not sure, but the technology seems to have come a long way from the old permanently shocked looking models.

    With the AFL suggesting a bonk ban for the single players this could be a 2 birds, 1...
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Now here's an idea...

    Football Club Apologises After Filling Stadium With Sex Dolls For A Game


    https://i.postimg.cc/Gpzd1RTK/image.jpg

    Seoul FC had their first game back since the K-League...
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    Re: Training Thread - 2020

    Is that Sam Power doing the temperature checks? They really are having to multitask with the stripped back footy department.
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    Re: Famous Bulldog supporters

    I read a article on James Sicily recently where he said he was a Bulldogs supporter growing up, I would really rather he wasn't!
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Probably not great for our sponsors though. Friday and Saturday night channel 7 games are the best result commercially I would imagine.

    At the moment any time is a good time for TV viewing!
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    The thing is the fixture is going to be a moving object, they won't be scheduling the whole season from the start. We will have the opportunity to erase that debacle if we are good enough and earn...
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Yeah, nah. Once the game is on I don't ever want to lose, ever. I can't not care.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    God knows. Hope the mids practice sharking opposition taps when we go back to training.

    I wouldn't hold my breath on Trengove.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    That's going to be must win, can't afford to lose to middling sides in a truncated season.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    If they get around to Majak Daw I'm cancelling my subscription.

    Surely they have footage of Barry Hall kicking a few for us.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    AFL announcement at 12:45pm today.
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    Re: How good was.....Leon Cameron?

    Because he was nothing like Dangerfield. Dangerfield relies on power and acceleration and is an average kick of the footy. Leon was more like Bob Murphy, a smooth mover and as others have said was an...
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    Re: How good was.....Leon Cameron?

    This is a good article about Cameron, written in August 2011 as we were searching for Rocket's replacement. Explains his departure as a player and again as an assistant coach.

    The pick of the...
  33. Re: Very good sides unlucky to encounter a great side in a GF

    They lost 3 times in 2011 all to Geelong - twice in home and away and the grand final. They had a huge percentage and thrashed just about everybody else, just couldn't beat the cats.
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    Don't think it's been decided yet but there was talk of this:

    Clubs pitch a combined VFL-NAB League season to AFL

    VFL and NAB League teams could play in a combined competition in the second...
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    Re: Footy isn't far away

    State league ban: 'Scratch matches' an option for non-selected players

    FOOTBALLERS not selected for their AFL side this year could instead compete in scratch matches against players in the same...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Foot injuries seem to be one area that the medicos struggle to solve. It's not a good sign for him this has lingered over 4 years now.
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    Re: Lachie Hunter charged with Drink Driving

    We all like to give the media a whack but well played by Drew Jones here:

    How the Bulldogs’ premiership skipper is helping Lachie Hunter after ‘the worst day of his life’

    Lachie Hunter walked...
  38. Re: Off course: AFL return plan rocked by Crows' Barossa training session

    Correct me if I am wrong but aren't the only rules the Crows have breached the AFL training protocols? They trained in groups of 8 which is allowed under South Australian social distancing...
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    Re: Matthew Richardson's 2004 afl re-draft

    I think you are being a bit harsh there, he had the potential to be a decent player if his body hadn't have let him down.

    Also you need to look at the players taken after Lewis at 7 - it's an...
  40. Re: Dean Laidley arrested and remanded until May 11

    I don't think that is quite right, sounds like this came as a shock to his poor mum back in Perth.

    Hope you are doing well TD.

    Dean Laidley’s friends ‘deeply concerned’ before former AFL star’s...
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