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    Re: Tip Rat Green Straight to Tribunal

    I can't recall Libba ever getting a media campaign to reduce a penalty or justify why he should not be heavily punished.

    He was always fair game in the media unlike Thug Toby.
  2. Thread: MRO Thread

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    Suckling actually saw that his approach was incorrect and pulled out of the bump.
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    I understand your point, but it just highlights the hypocrisy.

    A deliberate forceful punch is assessed the same as a harmless contact, where the offending player is actually trying to not hurt his...
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    I can't recall the Cordy incident, but how is Matt Suckling offered the same penalty as Himmelberg.

    Sucklingwent to bump, saw the error and tried to pull out, bafrely touching Kelly who suffered...
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    Re: Tip Rat Green Straight to Tribunal

    All the media fan boys are talking down the severity.

    We know there is no fairness, but when you recall Redpath rubbed out against Phil Davis, which also included a medical report that Davis had...
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    Re: 2019 AFL Finals Series

    For that to happen now it would be the Grand Final.

    Can't see Geelong getting there.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Good on him.

    Hope he succeeds in the role.
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    With all the talk of gettable players, I wonder has anyone asked a question in relation to Brody Mihocek.

    Still on a rookie contract and signed on for 2020 only on not much money.

    Will be 27 in...
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    Hard to imagine they would have any interest with AMT, Fantasia and Stringer already on the list.
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    Re: Surprising stats

    The most impressive part of all that, is that we were playing contenders in those improved performances.
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    Re: Surprising stats

    Hopefully this will need updating on September 29 2019.
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    Re: Welcome to the Bulldogs: Taylor Duryea

    They had 4 players under 50 games, 6 more under 100 and the rest over 150.

    They were on average 1 yr older and 5 games more experienced than the Eagles. They continue to stretch the envelope.
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    Porter has had 2 years without form that demands a senior game.

    By reports his Footscay form has been very good this year and he has probably earned the 1 yr extension.

    I think his issue with...
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    Burgoyne and Isaac Smith are the type of experienced players they need to stabilise their program.
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    Re: Marcus Bontempelli

    The Players Association is the least informed. All of the listed players have an equal vote and more than half have hardly seen a game they have not played in.

    They are the most susceptible to an...
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    Sticky: Re: Player Contract Status

    Gowers and Jong would help us most by finding a club that is not Western Bulldogs and will give them playing opportunities.
  17. Re: Dale was part of MY team (the LAST PART)

    As a resident in Tasmania, I was infrequently at the football and every game I attended from 2001-2004 was not a victory.

    On that April evening in 2005, I was stricken with a heavy cold, but had...
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    Sticky: Re: WOOF Player Awards 2019

    WOOF Player Awards - (WPA)

    Here is the tally Board after our Round 23 game against Adelaide

    Tuesday evenings around 8.00pm will be the cut off time to cast your votes after a game....then soon...
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    Re: Welcome to the Bulldogs: Bailey Smith

    I prefer he misses the Rising Star and have a career like Bont.

    Much better than winning and having a career like Rhys Palmer or Lewis Taylor.
  20. Re: Always Right Match Committee RD 1, 2019 Finals vs Greater Western Sydney

    It is an interesting position.

    There was plenty of opinion early in the year that Hayes should never be picked at senior level. However, he has looked very good since his return.

    Personally, I...
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    Re: Welcome to the WBFC - Bailey Dale

    That could be an explanation.

    Clearly Chris Judd is not interested enough to take notice or do any actual research.
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    Gardner is expected back for VFL finals. His performance in those games may determine if we retain as a rookie.
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    Talk about pro-active offers, perhaps we should get in the ear of Chayce Jones.

    I was very impressed with his performance against us.

    Surely Melbourne is so much closer to Launceston to create...
  24. Re: Always Right Match Committee RD 1, 2019 Finals vs Greater Western Sydney

    Your obsession with the stats you choose to use is misplaced.

    We win by scoring more and sticking with our system.

    I don't believe we have appointed Ross Lyon to coach, so we need to be...
  25. Re: Always Right Match Committee RD 1, 2019 Finals vs Greater Western Sydney

    I see it as a much better idea to give Naughton full air traffic freedom to fly over Phil Davis.
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    Re: Josh Dunkley - A power Mid in 2019

    When all three are on, we just need forward conversion.

    If one of Naughton, Schache or Dale also have a big game we are virtually unbeatable.
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    Re: Josh Dunkley - A power Mid in 2019

    He is certainly in brilliant form, but he is brute strength against Bontempelli's class.
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    It has happened in the past.

    What did we give up for Koops and Street.

    Thankfully we are more professional now.
  29. Re: Always Right Match Committee Thread Round 23, Vs Adelaide

    Except he wasn't and Lewy only came in because English took ill. From what I heard Young wasn't even in Sydney and had to fly up.

    What Lewy Young did was perform superbly to hold his spot.
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    Re: The Run Home Rounds 17-23 2019

    Yes 15 years and counting.

    It is also 51 years since their last final's win coached by anyone other than Kevin Sheedy.

    I think they should re-instate Sheedy as coach. I'm sure that would work....
  31. Re: Would there be a more "BULLDOGS" thing to do than losing to Adelaide in Ballarat???

    What we need is agility and adding English only diminishes that a little.
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    Re: The Run Home Rounds 17-23 2019

    Absolutely they are tanking.
    Theyb have declared they don't wish to go out of Melbourne to lose a final. They prefer to do that at home where their sycophants can sympathise with them.

    They also...
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    Sticky: Re: WOOF Player Awards 2019

    WOOF Player Awards - (WPA)

    Here is the tally Board after our Round 22 game against GWS

    Tuesday evenings around 8.00pm will be the cut off time to cast your votes after a game....then soon after...
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    Re: The umpires just don't know the rules.

    Well explained MJP.

    I agree. He should have been required to have his mark set and lined up before he could be allowed to take his kick,
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    Re: A little something to ponder...

    The list does say teams played average, so it is relative to who actually have gotten on the park.
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    Re: A little something to ponder...

    Doesn't the stat relate to the sides actually fielded across the year.

    That would mean Picken has no impact and Morris is miniscule, with just 1 game.
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    Re: Proactive Poaching

    Isn't the player payment controlled and funded by the AFL? This was to avoid issues of players not being paid.

    The clubs are responsible for the other footy department spend on Coaches, fitness...
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    Re: Following our ex's...................

    He didn't work hard enough. He was content to be on the end of stuff and kick goals but would not do the team things to create pressure etc.
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    Re: A little something to ponder...

    But it would be unfair for Hawthorn to get injuries.

    They pillage other clubs and get previously injured players cheaply for trades and Hawthorn just make them better.

    No way should they cop...
  40. Re: Are You Sick Of The Afl Changing Rules Every Year

    I agree with this.

    Riewoldt has no business using his boot to create separation and anyone who flies with studs up is not considering a ball first approach.

    The natural tendency when you jump...
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