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Thats finethat youre not, but here is the real issue, if you had Pick 1, you would have been able to trade much more easily and have much more bargaining power for a player that is elite.The CEO more or less said today that they weren't going to the draft with the first pick anyway, Stocker looks like a player and if we can snag a decent player with your pick then we would have done well.
Now whoever Adelaide pick up with lets say no 1 will have to be a super super player for the trade to be classed as a Crows win, more likely it will be win win.
Yeah true....but fwiw I really do feel bad for the saints right now. I for one don’t really get the point of teams playing internationally and to then to have staff and players get so sick and then have such a bad injury to your capt again...it’s just terrible.Forums like Big Footy absolutely have a polarising effect on this.
At the end of the day, it's just guys and girls kicking around a ball for entertainment.
Or at least, that's what I tell myself after a bad loss.
You obviously weren't around in the days when they were pinching everyones players and calling them good Carlton people. Richmond did the same in the early 70's, but no I don't feel sorrow for them. Added to that John Elliott and I feel even less sorry for them.I do. I felt for Essendon supporters during the ASADA debacle, Melbourne during the Neeld/Bailey days, even Port Adelaide during the Matty Primus short period.
This is no different. All supporters of the game deserve joy and it's been a really long time for Carlton supporters. I never understood 'hating' another team's supporters. Everybody deserves joy, everybody deserves to go through the happy and the sad, too much of the happy (ala Hawthorn) and I'm envious, too much of the sad (ala Carlton) and I just feel sad for them.
Yeah I wasn't, I was born in 1992.You obviously weren't around in the days when they were pinching everyones players and calling them good Carlton people. Richmond did the same in the early 70's, but no I don't feel sorrow for them. Added to that John Elliott and I feel even less sorry for them.
hip hip hooray McLachlan out the fother mucker. he is fooking a slime bag and his stupid brother rode an injured horse at the Melbourne cup carnival a few years back interviewing jockeys or whatever. Fooking polo playing pratsI have empathy for all footy fans, as long as the McLaughlan bros are around. We're all in this togather.
I remember that one, at least if you’re going to poke fun at your opposition make it funny.