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    Re: Memorable Bulldog Moments by Individuals.

    And frankly stunned this wasn't the first thing posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Science View Post
    And frankly stunned this wasn't the first thing posted.

    I think that's beyond needing mentioning.

    Might just watch it a few more times since you've posted it.
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    1. Bont goal in prelim
    2. Morris tackle/Boyd goal

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    Johnson's long soccer goal was unexpected and lifted the crowd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Science View Post
    The 6:10 mark of this clip though it deserved more than clumsy editing. That game made me realise we were building something real.

    I miss that drive Bob used to give us off half back. The way he would wind around the back of the pack dodging and weaving with the ball in his hands and his head held level looking for a target across half forward
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    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    1. Bont goal in prelim
    2. Morris tackle/Boyd goal

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    Keithy Boyd's kick in mid air at half back that went to JJ who just took off and then poked it just in front of the Bont who put us in front in the 2016 prelim.

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    And it's not a bulldog individual but a big shout out to the umpire who decided to call play on when Scully should have gotten a 50 metre penalty in time in the last quarter on in the 2016 prelim when jj (I think it was him) ran through the protected zone.

    I'll never forget seeing the red, white and blue jumper run into the shot. I closed my eyes and thought "It's over. It's all over" but never heard the whistle I was expecting and when I reopened my eyes the ball was back in play. There is a god afterall.
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    This is worth a huge mention, helping us to overcome our Achilles' Heel, clearing the way to our PS.






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    Quote Originally Posted by choconmientay View Post
    This is worth a huge mention, helping us to overcome our Achilles' Heel, clearing the way to our PS.






    Love it choc.
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    Macrae goal in the final term of that PF was a huge moment.
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    Griffen against St Kilda 2008. From 1 minute 15 seconds in this video:



    I love him but still hate him. I think he's weak at times but he also captained our club and couldn't have been weak to do so. Irrespective of his bull nature once he became a central midfielder for us, he should have been left on the outside because the responsibility to drive the engine room and be the man was too much for him. Plus we lost a lot on the outside when he did.

    Not many players in the history of the game could do what was asked of him. He certainly couldn't and he and us should have known that before we asked him to.

    After 2016 I'm happy to look back on him now and know that he should have been a silk player, not an inside bull, and someone we should have used to complement the club's leaders rather than leading the club itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Griffen against St Kilda 2008. From 1 minute 15 seconds in this video:



    I love him but still hate him. I think he's weak at times but he also captained our club and couldn't have been weak to do so. Irrespective of his bull nature once he became a central midfielder for us, he should have been left on the outside because the responsibility to drive the engine room and be the man was too much for him. Plus we lost a lot on the outside when he did.

    Not many players in the history of the game could do what was asked of him. He certainly couldn't and he and us should have known that before we asked him to.

    After 2016 I'm happy to look back on him now and know that he should have been a silk player, not an inside bull, and someone we should have used to complement the club's leaders rather than leading the club itself.
    Hard to think of a Bulldogs player that was so good for us on field for so long, that completely ruined his legacy with one off field decision.

    When I hear the name Ryan Griffen, I can hardly remember his playing achievements now. All that remains is October 2014.
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    Re: Memorable Bulldog Moments by Individuals.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Griffen against St Kilda 2008. From 1 minute 15 seconds in this video:



    I love him but still hate him. I think he's weak at times but he also captained our club and couldn't have been weak to do so. Irrespective of his bull nature once he became a central midfielder for us, he should have been left on the outside because the responsibility to drive the engine room and be the man was too much for him. Plus we lost a lot on the outside when he did.

    Not many players in the history of the game could do what was asked of him. He certainly couldn't and he and us should have known that before we asked him to.

    After 2016 I'm happy to look back on him now and know that he should have been a silk player, not an inside bull, and someone we should have used to complement the club's leaders rather than leading the club itself.
    Summed it up beautifully Jeemak, I feel the same as you.

    Griffen was a thumping kick, had strength, speed, able to duck and weave and one of our best performers in finals. He had everything you wanted in a midfielder. Should never had been captain and was stuffed around by Macca.

    I was disappointed in how he left, but that is history now and slowly I am coming back to remembering his football days.
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    I'll always remember his efforts in a final against Sydney, virtually on one leg. He single handed got us over the line.
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    Can't find a video of BTC's tap to Gia who kicked the goal without the ball bouncing.
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