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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog37 View Post
    I imagine Libba senior would be a pretty hard judge too!!!
    Possibly
    He was a true professional footballer though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog37 View Post
    I imagine Libba senior would be a pretty hard judge too!!!
    And you couldn't accuse him of not giving footy his best shot.
    They say Burt Lancaster has one, but I don't believe them.

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    I imagine that Boyd and Morris are the only two players Libba would feel aren't lazy if they were his sons.

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    I wonder if Oliver is a hard worker.
    He has a lot of talent apparently , hopefully he learns from his older brother and doesn't make the same mistakes.
    Bring back the biff

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    I wonder if we will shop him around? I think the downside may be much further than the upside. He could be anything and we could get just about anyone for him. Having said that I hope he has cleaned up and matured enough to realise where he is and what he's doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Throughandthrough View Post
    I wonder if we will shop him around? I think the downside may be much further than the upside. He could be anything and we could get just about anyone for him. Having said that I hope he has cleaned up and matured enough to realise where he is and what he's doing.
    Surely we can't shop Tom Liberatore around.

    What makes you think his downside may be much further than the upside? Are you talking on field and off field?

    Either way you cut the onion, he is still in our top five players. You don't trade out champions at a young age.
    More of an In Bruges guy?

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    Do you mean Libba and Talia for Dangerfield?
    But then again, I'm an Internet poster and Bevo is a premiership coach so draw your own conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1eyedog View Post
    Do you mean Libba and Talia for Dangerfield?
    No, I wouldn't even do that trade.
    More of an In Bruges guy?

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    Tom is 'fabric of the club' type player. His value stretches past his playing ability for us.
    They say Burt Lancaster has one, but I don't believe them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Throughandthrough View Post
    I wonder if we will shop him around? I think the downside may be much further than the upside. He could be anything and we could get just about anyone for him. Having said that I hope he has cleaned up and matured enough to realise where he is and what he's doing.
    Ridiculous post.

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    What is this madness.
    The curse is dead.

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    A fit and firing Libba is the difference between 7th place and the top four.
    'And the Western suburbs erupt!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    Surely we can't shop Tom Liberatore around.

    What makes you think his downside may be much further than the upside? Are you talking on field and off field?

    Either way you cut the onion, he is still in our top five players. You don't trade out champions at a young age.
    I'm talking off field. What if (purely hypothetical) his rehab in Thailand didn't help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    Tom is 'fabric of the club' type player. His value stretches past his playing ability for us.
    Is he? I really hope he isn't because from everything you hear about him he is a bit of a knob and extremely immature.

    Stringer seems to be much more fabric of the club type player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topdog View Post
    Is he? I really hope he isn't because from everything you hear about him he is a bit of a knob and extremely immature.

    Stringer seems to be much more fabric of the club type player.
    Tom's not a knob, he's a normal person.

    Honestly I think the judgement of players is becoming far too sanctimonious.
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