Player Watch #39: Flynn Perez -

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LB2Snake

Premium Platinum
Aug 16, 2009
6,758
11,277
North Caulfield
AFL Club
North Melbourne
I luv the look of this bloke, but by the end of preseason we will all have him as integral to our success as Cunners.
cant believe I’m saying this but we’ve gotta calm the farm people.
He’ll still be a couple years off producing consistent footy and gotta hope the knee holds up seamlessly.
*Note to self .....@lb2snake this also means you
 

Tim Whiffler

Rookie
Apr 28, 2018
49
93
AFL Club
North Melbourne
I luv the look of this bloke, but by the end of preseason we will all have him as integral to our success as Cunners.
cant believe I’m saying this but we’ve gotta calm the farm people.
He’ll still be a couple years off producing consistent footy and gotta hope the knee holds up seamlessly.
*Note to self .....@lb2snake this also means you
With 2020 Being such a sh*tshow he has probably only played due to extraordinary circumstances. I just hope he plays more than 3/4 of next years games & breaks out in 2022.
 

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andana

Norm Smith Medallist
Feb 1, 2008
7,830
8,886
Thailand
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Nickname?

El Ratoncito Pérez or Ratón Pérez (literally translated into English as Perez mouse or Perez the Mouse) is a figure popular in Spanish and Hispanic American cultures, similar to the tooth fairy, originating in Madrid in 1894. As is traditional in some English-speaking countries, when a child loses a tooth it is customary for him or her to place it under the pillow, so that Ratoncito Pérez will exchange it for a gift. The tradition is almost universal in Spanish cultures, but takes different forms in different areas. He is known as "Ratoncito Pérez" in Spanish speaking countries, with the exception of some regions of Mexico, Guatemala, Peru and Chile, where he is called "el Ratón de los Dientes" (The Tooth Mouse), and in Argentina, Venezuela, Uruguay and Colombia, he is known simply as "El Ratón Pérez".
 

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