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  1. Re: Which Player are you looking forward to seeing in 2021

    JUH and Naughton for me.
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    Re: Jackson Trengove-welcome to the Bulldogs.

    Me either.
  3. Thread: New Members

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    Welcome jenc.

    My son is a graphic designer & l quite like soccer too. And we both support the dogs so triple snap!!

    Quite like photography exhibitions although I would not know my f stops from...
  4. Re: How Sydney Stack went from being ignored in two drafts last year to cult hero status in four games

    Reading these recent posts got me thinking beyond the passing thought I initially had reading about the news story (that this is a sad outcome).

    I think that covid breaches are serious and...
  5. Thread: 2021 Fixture

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    Re: 2021 Fixture

    Full fixture on AFL website. We play Eagles, Suns, North, Dees & Port twice.

    Two trips to Perth.

    One trip to Adelaide, Canberra, Metricon, Geelong (yuk), Tassie.

    Two home games vs Lions &...
  6. Re: Welcome Jamarra Ugle-Hagan to the Western Bulldogs

    Went to WO to pickup my cheer squad cardboard cutout. Had a quick look at oval. A few spectators watching the team train from Barkers. I think Martin & Treloar were just finishing laps and rest of...
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    Re: Why I'm optimistic about 2021.

    Nice post merantau.

    Totally Agree.

    The ruck support is crucial.

    Also watching Treloar in RWB running with ball in hand and seeing Bont do more Bontlike things also has me excited.

    If...
  8. Re: Welcome Jamarra Ugle-Hagan to the Western Bulldogs

    Our marketing team will be licking their lips. Welcome Jamarra!! So excited to see you in RWB.
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    Re: Are You Sick Of The Afl Changing Rules Every Year

    AFL loves tinkering. Keeps a few favoured ones in a job that is not needed. Prefer it if they money goes to helping out clubs instead. It is what it is. Letís hope we adjust quicker than others.
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    Re: Jamarra - How excited are YOU???

    Me too!! 2021 season canít come fast enough.
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    Re: Jamarra - How excited are YOU???

    Thx for that post squirrel grip.

    Got ourselves one cool dude. My only fear (apart from being poached in a few years) is he catches the goal kicking wobbles but he seems like the type that would...
  12. Thread: Dear Crow Fans

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    Re: Dear Crow Fans

    Hey Squirrel Grip-suggest you repeat this in the thread on who is excited about Jamarra. He and Bont forming close bond might alleviate concerns Jamarra likely to be poached by Bummers. Unless they...
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    Re: Jamarra - How excited are YOU???

    Hi mjp-I find Cal pretty measured compared to others. Suppose itís hard not to get caught up in hype train.
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    Re: Jamarra - How excited are YOU???

    Super excited. Reckon Marra is something special. When Cal Toomey is excited I reckon we should be too.

    Kind of player who if he reaches his potential will bring folks to games just to see him...
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    Re: Renaming the Rookie List

    Ooooh-I like this one too. A corker Mitcha. I was gonna say the Coodabeens but Cling-Ons and The Expendables are my faves by a fair margin.
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    Re: Peter Gordon Leaving

    Agree with all the above. Thanks Peter. So grateful for all youíve done. Big shoes to fill indeed.
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    Re: Renaming the Rookie List

    Genius-doubt any woofer will better this name.
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    Re: List Management for 2020/21

    Very happy Ben Cavarra has another chance in RWB. Hope he has a few chances at senior level & does well.

    I think we sometimes become enamoured with idea of picking a gem in later picks, however...
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    Re: Under the Pump for 2021

    Tim English needs to stand up and not be rag dolled at ruck contests and around the ground. No doubt he is talented however I think we need to see significant improvement next year - especially with...
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    Re: List Management for 2020/21

    I am very upset. Hope we rookie him.
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    Re: List Management for 2020/21

    So would we pick perhaps 1 or 2 more late draft picks then envisaged as a result of this. And if so who do you reckon we might delist & put on rookie list? Recall Roarke was/is already on rookie...
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    Poll: Re: Rating our list 2020 Josh Schache 13

    Heartening to read some agree with my sentiments. Hope Josh has plenty of opportunities next year to blossom for senior team. Same for Lewis Young.
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    Re: Thanks Suckling, JT & Porter

    I like Jackson Trengove too. Feel he should have got a few more games to support Tim. All the best to all 3 players.
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    Re: List Management for 2020/21

    IMO Cavarra has hardly had opportunity at senior level. From what Iíve seen at vfl level & considering our dearth of small forwards he either should have got more opportunities or should have...
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    Re: Welcome to the Bulldogs - Ben Cavarra

    Yay (presuming this means we keep him on list) - I am so happy for Ben!!

    I have his badge proudly displayed on one of my scarves. I think he still has a lot of offer at senior level and at vfl...
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    Re: Welcome to the Westernbulldogs Adam Treloar

    Brilliant Grantysghost!! Like a RWB superhero.
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    Re: Collingwood 2020 trade period

    You are in fine form Twodogs.
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    Re: Collingwood 2020 trade period

    And one from the bard to boot.
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    Re: List Management for 2020/21

    I thought Cavarra looked somewhere bw ok to showing good signs. Feel for the bloke. If we are able to delist him and then add him as a rookie I hope we do.

    I think Roarke might have been a keeper...
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    Re: Welcome to the Westernbulldogs Adam Treloar

    Hey Macca-totally agree about Travis Cloke. I think he a heap to offer and showed it in the little time he had with us before that thug from North did the despicable.

    It is clear Adam will do his...
  31. Thread: New Members

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    Welcome Boots. Great story-told like ...., well a historian!

    With all the speculation and intrigue thatís gone on in the last week or so you can see how nutty footy fans are in Melbourne (even...
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    Re: Welcome to the Westernbulldogs Adam Treloar

    Watched his highlight reel. Very impressive.

    Welcome Adam, great to have you on board.

    No pressure: May you enjoy your time in RWB, help us to another premiership or two, and play 100+ games...
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    Re: Sam Power appreciation post

    Thank you Mr Power.
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    Re: Rating the 2020 Trade Period

    "A+" from me.

    Agree brilliant "A++" if Stef Martin's body holds up and/or he ends up helping Sweet & English become better rucks.

    Would have been great to get a KPD. Naughton back when needed...
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    Re: Welcome to the Westernbulldogs Adam Treloar

    Posted this on Dunkley thread....better here:

    From Big Footy: Pick swaps 26, 33 & 42 for pick 14 with pies is 1687 points compared to 1161 points. That's a BIG win.

    Is it 20% discount for...
  36. Thread: Trade Dunkley

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    Re: Trade Dunkley

    I listened to AFL Trade Radio for last hour of trade period. Gotta say I like SOS. Very even tempered and not one sided from what I heard. Glowing of Power prior to 7:30pm news we got Treloar & kept...
  37. Thread: Trade Dunkley

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    Re: Trade Dunkley

    From Big Footy: Pick swaps 26, 33 & 42 for pick 14 with pies is 1687 points compared to 1161 points. That's a BIG win.
  38. Thread: Trade Dunkley

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    Re: Trade Dunkley

    Could Porter be a casualty? I thought he looked OK in his one game. Feel sorry for him if that ends up being the case. Perhaps add him to rookie list? (Or is he already on that?).
  39. Thread: Trade Dunkley

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    Re: Trade Dunkley

    We need to send one of those oversized cards to our POWER Ranger aka SAM the MAN.

    I'm gobsmacked. So late again and he nailed it AGAIN.
  40. Thread: Trade Dunkley

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    Re: Trade Dunkley

    Means we have $ to pay Bont, B Smith etc.

    Sent a clear message to others we will not be a crŤche for top players for bully clubs.

    With Phillips deal going down late to Hawks for peanuts (pick...
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