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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by The Adelaide Connection View Post
    https://www.bigfooty.com/forum/threa...53986/page-118

    Scroll about halfway down the page, there is a FB screenshot of a post that Dermott Brereton commented on that should get you in the “I hate Mebourne” mood.
    That's pretty average from Brayshaw if true.

    I already hate them, I'm just feeling the only revenge is to knock them out of a final or win it again ourselves. We had our chance.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by boydogs View Post
    Put Luke Jackson on his arse when he gets consecutive centre clearances if you want to get angry, no point now
    Yeah Im kind of sick of hearing about wanting revenge. Seems to happen after every loss in a big game where weve been pounded. If we had that fight naturally in us we would have stuck it to them during the game. 2016 was about us being the hunters. Remember Libba in the prelim to Heath Shaw? We were fearless and relentless then. We need that back. None of this fabricating shit.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogsthru&thru View Post
    Yeah I’m kind of sick of hearing about wanting revenge. Seems to happen after every loss in a big game where we’ve been pounded. If we had that fight naturally in us we would have stuck it to them during the game. 2016 was about us being the hunters. Remember Libba in the prelim to Heath Shaw? We were fearless and relentless then. We need that back. None of this fabricating shit.
    We had guys we could depend on in a scrap.

    Smith, Picken, Boyd... Stringer even didn't take a backwards step.
    Jackson is such a talent for the Demons, being shit really pays off when you've got good recruiters.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by The Adelaide Connection View Post
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    Scroll about halfway down the page, there is a FB screenshot of a post that Dermott Brereton commented on that should get you in the “I hate Mebourne” mood.
    I dunno I didn't get past this and it's got me chuckling heartily even though it's clearly made up:

    Heard from a mate who sells huna to some of the Doggies players that there was a bit of a drama between Caleb Daniel and Zaine Cordy early last year. Apparently Caleb kept calling him "Ayce" during training about 4-5 times, and Cordy ended up walloping him something shocking. Daniel kept saying that he genuinely didn't know and that he thought he was Ayce and all that, but it kept just making him angrier. Even after getting flogged, it took a few days for the leadership group to convince Daniel and get them to reconcile

    All good now apparently though and they get along well
    "It's over. It's all over."

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

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    I dunno I didn't get past this and it's got me chuckling heartily even though it's clearly made up:

    Heard from a mate who sells huna to some of the Doggies players that there was a bit of a drama between Caleb Daniel and Zaine Cordy early last year. Apparently Caleb kept calling him "Ayce" during training about 4-5 times, and Cordy ended up walloping him something shocking. Daniel kept saying that he genuinely didn't know and that he thought he was Ayce and all that, but it kept just making him angrier. Even after getting flogged, it took a few days for the leadership group to convince Daniel and get them to reconcile

    All good now apparently though and they get along well
    Makes me feel a bit Perrottet.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Google, what is a huna?

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    If some little shit did that to my daughter he'd be praying the cops got to him first and locked him somewhere I couldn't get to him.

    It'd be down Yarraville nets!
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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    And as far as Melbourne go it's interesting that we appear to be living rent free inside their heads to the extent that straight after they win their first flag in nearly 60 years instead of being happy for themselves (and displaying some class) they are thinking about us.

    Bulldog derangement syndrome.
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    Will be back. Will stick it right up em next time round hopefully.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Have never rated Melb as a Club. Hide behind their name as a reason they will never go out of existence despite their actions not deserving of it. Examples include:

    - Disowning their heritage. Generalisations but a predominantly Toff supporter base yet their President always denies this! Who is she trying to kid?
    - In recent years and in the lead-up to the GF, they were saying they blocked the merger with the Hawks (when it was the Hawks fans that voted against it after the Melb fans voted for it). Another denial of history.
    - Not ever losing Draft Picks from the Tanking Scandal. $500k fine and no admission of fault. Every Club should pay that as the cost of doing business. (Was not penalised as the AFL put their own man as CEO and given the time and effort they were putting into the Club, they did not want to shoot themselves in the foot).
    - Another example of this is the Bullies only getting one 1st round pick back for losing Ward to GWS, versus Melb gaining two 1st round picks after Scully left because of the culture. Again, the AFL used it as an opportunity to assist them despite their mismanagement.
    - Barassi slagging off the regions ethnicity.
    - Goodwin's relationship whilst at the Bumbers with Dank and Hird! He's no clean-skin yet only Hird's coaching career was ruined.

    Given all the assistance they have received in recent years, any wonder they are in the position they are in?

    Don't care for rivalries. I want the Bullies to beat everyone. I just will not give adulation to a Club that has not fought hard enough and is undeserving of all the hand-outs, coupled with their revisionist view of their own Club!

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by boydogs View Post
    Put Luke Jackson on his arse when he gets consecutive centre clearances if you want to get angry, no point now
    Agree. The point you needed to get angry was in the GF. After the final 45 minutes of that game we almost deserve to be mocked.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by WBFC4FFC View Post
    Have never rated Melb as a Club. Hide behind their name as a reason they will never go out of existence despite their actions not deserving of it. Examples include:

    - Disowning their heritage. Generalisations but a predominantly Toff supporter base yet their President always denies this! Who is she trying to kid?
    - In recent years and in the lead-up to the GF, they were saying they blocked the merger with the Hawks (when it was the Hawks fans that voted against it after the Melb fans voted for it). Another denial of history.
    - Not ever losing Draft Picks from the Tanking Scandal. $500k fine and no admission of fault. Every Club should pay that as the cost of doing business. (Was not penalised as the AFL put their own man as CEO and given the time and effort they were putting into the Club, they did not want to shoot themselves in the foot).
    - Another example of this is the Bullies only getting one 1st round pick back for losing Ward to GWS, versus Melb gaining two 1st round picks after Scully left because of the culture. Again, the AFL used it as an opportunity to assist them despite their mismanagement.
    - Barassi slagging off the regions ethnicity.
    - Goodwin's relationship whilst at the Bumbers with Dank and Hird! He's no clean-skin yet only Hird's coaching career was ruined.

    Given all the assistance they have received in recent years, any wonder they are in the position they are in?

    Don't care for rivalries. I want the Bullies to beat everyone. I just will not give adulation to a Club that has not fought hard enough and is undeserving of all the hand-outs, coupled with their revisionist view of their own Club!

    Bang on. The AFL also sourced Paul Roos and paid his wages for his stint at Melbourne and virtually handed Jesse Hogan to them.
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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    I don't engage with the other forum, haven't done so for over a decade now. But I do check it from time to time for trade news etc.. My eye was caught by some thread on the main page that was sometihng about why aren't the bulldogs copping it from the media for their GF performance..... I should've known better, but I clicked on it... and low and behold it's from some Melbourne supporter in super troll mode...
    Unbelievable. I can't believe that having broke a 57 year premiership drought, this is where some Melbourne supporter would want to be expending their time in the sun?
    I really hope Karma bites them hard going forward.. and I really do hope this sits firmly in the memory of our players going forward and they draw from it to push them even harder whenever we play Melbourne.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    Quote Originally Posted by WBFC4FFC View Post
    Have never rated Melb as a Club. Hide behind their name as a reason they will never go out of existence despite their actions not deserving of it. Examples include:

    - Disowning their heritage. Generalisations but a predominantly Toff supporter base yet their President always denies this! Who is she trying to kid?
    - In recent years and in the lead-up to the GF, they were saying they blocked the merger with the Hawks (when it was the Hawks fans that voted against it after the Melb fans voted for it). Another denial of history.
    - Not ever losing Draft Picks from the Tanking Scandal. $500k fine and no admission of fault. Every Club should pay that as the cost of doing business. (Was not penalised as the AFL put their own man as CEO and given the time and effort they were putting into the Club, they did not want to shoot themselves in the foot).
    - Another example of this is the Bullies only getting one 1st round pick back for losing Ward to GWS, versus Melb gaining two 1st round picks after Scully left because of the culture. Again, the AFL used it as an opportunity to assist them despite their mismanagement.
    - Barassi slagging off the regions ethnicity.
    - Goodwin's relationship whilst at the Bumbers with Dank and Hird! He's no clean-skin yet only Hird's coaching career was ruined.

    Given all the assistance they have received in recent years, any wonder they are in the position they are in?

    Don't care for rivalries. I want the Bullies to beat everyone. I just will not give adulation to a Club that has not fought hard enough and is undeserving of all the hand-outs, coupled with their revisionist view of their own Club!
    Pick 3 for Frawley was one of the biggest hand outs ever. Basically a priority pick dressed up as compensation.

    Meant they could take Petracca and Brayshaw (2 and 3) in 2014.

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    Re: The Rivalry of Nastiness developing between two afl teams

    what do you expect? they grow up having to do nasty private school boy things to each other and other people.

    Hopefully this was their only final for a good long while and happened when the sounds of their singing echoed in the empty streets of Melbourne. Not to mention their members getting arrested for playing with the virus laws.
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