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I've struggled with this since the light towers went in back in 2013.
For most of those weekends, all (or almost all) matches were played at the same time. Unless all these "thousands of neutrals" literally had no...
Merv McIntosh was inducted in 1996.
Champion Data's 'expected score' is printed for every match in the Herald Sun post-game.
1899 Round 17 Geelong v St Kilda
Agree it's a bit gimmicky, they've clearly added the logo because it's pretty bloody similar to the existing (which is a good thing).
The Champion Data model is built upon player values and forecasts injury probabilities to take into account the values of replacement players.
And from memory it wasn't technically a goal. I think it was touched but (pre-score review) wasn't called correctly. The commentators mentioned it...
Mero Was just browsing the site and realised the circular logo has made it on. Cheers!
Almost certainly* wasn't even greater than 83.
Absolutely that happens.
It almost certainly wasn't even greater than 83.
I think probably the 'easiest' way to generate forward 50 entries is to take it in, not score,...
I know all of that.
It's just still hard to get your head around given the modern context.
79 scores for the game.
Looking back from the current era of footy it's hard to get your head around how so many shots could be generated.
Collingwood flooding the forward line in 2010 was a big one. Their goal kicking conversion suffered but it didn't really matter - no many how many...
He took a big hanger in his first game back after four years too.
Was the only year he wanted the ball in his hands as much as possible. He was bloody awesome that year.
And a bloke called James Parsons who retained his place in the forward line for six touches, a late goal and no tackles.
He's arguably a mid-tall sized.
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