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    Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Apologies if this has been done before, but like most posters I did develop a completely nonsensical, irrational fondness for some players who were fringe for their entire career.

    Exhibit A: Cam Wight. 200cm, amazing runner, but prone to at least one massive brainfade every game he player.

    Steve Tiller - was just not quite big enough for the role he played.

    Damian McCormack, showed glimpses and played quite a lot of good VFL football.
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Dylan Addison ��.

    I was a Tiller fan also.
    "It's over. It's all over."

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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    I will admit Spindles was a favourite for awhile there. Not sure if he is fringe as he played 81 games for us and kicked 84 goals
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Jarrad Grant
    Shane Birss
    Peter Street

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    Old Skipper. Saw those 5 goals and thought maybe, just maybe, he can be our forward ruck.

    Brennan Stack (a-go-go) was a fun ride while it lasted.

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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

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    Old Skipper. Saw those 5 goals and thought maybe, just maybe, he can be our forward ruck.
    Poor Wade. A ruckman in a KPP's body.
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Les Bamblett. We only got one good season out of him but what a season it was.
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    This might be the thread to remind everyone that Lukas Markovic once placed in our top 10 for the B&F
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Jarrod Boumann.
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs



    Glenn Coleman's locks were pretty luscious. This is a thread about favourite Bulldog fringes right?

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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Andrew McDougall. Still might be the saviour.
    Doogs Droogs might be still meeting in secret.

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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    Jarrod Boumann.
    I don't think there has been a more enduring bromance than Comrade and Jarrad Boumann

    No prizes for guessing that Cheesy Barlow was my all-time favourite fringe player. I was seat 1A on that bandwagon and there were always plenty of empty seats
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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Great content. That moment where Jarrad Grant ended Josh Bootsma's career and life with his 4th goal against Carlton was unironically my favourite moment at the football until 2016.

    Some other nominations:

    Brodie Moles mainly for his twitter presence before he lost his damn mind.

    Patrick Veszpremi - could still make it!

    Brad Wira - any friend of Chris Grant's is a friend of mine
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    Lachie Hunter - Good AFL Player

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    The Ugg

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    Re: Favourite fringe bulldogs

    Does Tim Walsh count?

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