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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Nothing but an Essendon mouth piece, he lost his Dogs tags when he pissed off to that Drug-cheat joint.
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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    He may have closer connections because he played with more of the current bombers players but over time his sense of his allegiance and his club may change

    Either way, it doesnt phase me

    He was a great Bulldog in his day and should be remembered as such - shame his knees didnt hold up for longer but at his best he was a jet

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    I'm more annoyed this rubbish article is on the WOOF homepage and is the first thing I see when I log on rather than what Cooney says or thinks.

    I propose a motion to either delete it or put it in the Follow Our Exs thread.
    #BeMoreBulldog

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    I'm more annoyed this rubbish article is on the WOOF homepage and is the first think I see when I log on rather than what Cooney says or thinks.

    I propose a motion to either delete it or put it in the Follow Our Exs thread.
    The 3rd option is to post a more appropriate thread
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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    To be honest I think he should thank us for giving him the chance to prolong his career , his knee was shot at 22 we nursed him and he gave us good service but he was done when he went , bombers are a sucker for any big name player just to make it look like they are a destination club.

    Cooney was nothing but an ordinary player with them due to his knee.
    Bring back the biff

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog Revolution View Post
    He may have closer connections because he played with more of the current bombers players but over time his sense of his allegiance and his club may change

    Either way, it doesnt phase me

    He was a great Bulldog in his day and should be remembered as such - shame his knees didnt hold up for longer but at his best he was a jet
    Likewise. I remember Barry Hall saying that he felt more of an allegiance to us the Swans. And while i liked to hear it i thought that was a shame as he won a flag and was a leader at Sydney.

    I'd be happy for all our ex's to be back involved with the past players. Even Aker. And even Jakovich despite the fact that his fatness and lack of fitness killed off my high hopes for the 1996 season.

    Anyway each to there own.

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by HOSE B ROMERO View Post
    Likewise. I remember Barry Hall saying that he felt more of an allegiance to us the Swans. And while i liked to hear it i thought that was a shame as he won a flag and was a leader at Sydney.

    I'd be happy for all our ex's to be back involved with the past players. Even Aker. And even Jakovich despite the fact that his fatness and lack of fitness killed off my high hopes for the 1996 season.

    Anyway each to there own.
    Barry grew up as a bulldog supporter though, that might have had a bit to do with it. Him playing for us was the realisation of a long term ambition for him.
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    The guy is a goose. Essendon and Cooney are a good fit.

    Don't give a stuff about how he feels about the Club, those bridges have been burned and you can't take anything from him in good faith because of the media role and Essendon Kool aid.

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Just saw a post from Scott west on FB saying he is a top bloke but for him to say he hasn’t been asked back to the club is bullshit.
    Scott is on the past players committee and said they send him invites for every turn they have but he has never turned up or replied
    Says he will always be welcomed like any other past player.
    Bring back the biff

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by ledge View Post
    Just saw a post from Scott west on FB saying he is a top bloke but for him to say he hasn’t been asked back to the club is bullshit.
    Scott is on the past players committee and said they send him invites for every turn they have but he has never turned up or replied
    Says he will always be welcomed like any other past player.
    As I suspected.
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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    Barry grew up as a bulldog supporter though, that might have had a bit to do with it. Him playing for us was the realisation of a long term ambition for him.
    He was shitty with the swans because they wouldn’t let him come over the year before.
    If that had happened we could well have had 3 premierships.
    Bring back the biff

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by HOSE B ROMERO View Post
    Likewise. I remember Barry Hall saying that he felt more of an allegiance to us the Swans. And while i liked to hear it i thought that was a shame as he won a flag and was a leader at Sydney.

    I'd be happy for all our ex's to be back involved with the past players. Even Aker. And even Jakovich despite the fact that his fatness and lack of fitness killed off my high hopes for the 1996 season.

    Anyway each to there own.
    Roos and Barry didn't part on good terms.
    Barry was lucky not to be charged with manslaughter while at the Swans....
    And with us. Scott Thompson is still trying to swallow properly.
    But such a well balanced, ballet-like kick of the ball.
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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Dog View Post
    Roos and Barry didn't part on good terms.
    Barry was lucky not to be charged with manslaughter while at the Swans....
    And with us. Scott Thompson is still trying to swallow properly.
    But such a well balanced, ballet-like kick of the ball.
    I remember hearing Scotty Thompson's mum on the Coodabeen's; When asked how concerned she was when Barry had Scott in a headlock and wasn't letting go, she simply replied 'Nah, he probably deserved it anyway'.

    Sorry, back to Coons.

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by HOSE B ROMERO View Post
    I remember hearing Scotty Thompson's mum on the Coodabeen's; When asked how concerned she was when Barry had Scott in a headlock and wasn't letting go, she simply replied 'Nah, he probably deserved it anyway'.

    Sorry, back to Coons.
    Pretty much what my mum would have said. "You should have left him in peace to do his boot laces up. I'd have done the same thing"
    Bright eyed and bushy tailed at least for another hour

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    Re: Why Adam Cooney feels more welcome at Tullamarine than whitten oval

    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    Pretty much what my mum would have said. "You should have left him in peace to do his boot laces up. I'd have done the same thing"
    I got hit by a car riding my bike once going under the tunnel at totty gates and
    I got what they called inked as an apprentice printer which involved having your private parts covered in letterpress ink as an Initiation
    And the reply I always got from mum was “What did you do wrong ?”
    You probably deserved it. !
    Bring back the biff

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