The blue army will mobilise like the white walkers when we get it really right, it’ll be off the Richter scale when we win the next flagI'd argue, though, that that'd be an achievement of its own anyway.
We're bottom 4, with a s**thouse fixture (all Sunday afternoon games) and we're coming 6th for attendances having only played (of the sides that draw more crowd numbers than we have this season) Collingwood, Richmond and Essendon?
I'll take it. Plenty have been happy to write us off, to call the current circumstances creating a lost generation for Carlton, but it's always been bull.
Hate to be a spoiler … didn't end well for the white walkers......The blue army will mobilise like the white walkers when we get it really right, it’ll be off the Richter scale when we win the next flag
Every other club will try their darndest to stop that from happening as it’ll be like having 25 on the field plus the umpires.....for a change!!
Especially given GWS didn't take Longer the year before. With picks to burn it was crazy for them to not take the best ruckman in the draft and the best junior ruck since NicNat.Grundy should have gone 2nd in that draft. If not for the recent draft bias against drafting rucks early.
I think if you sort that list by home matches you get pretty much the same as the reddit stat. I reckon it was about 45,000 blues to about 15, 000 dees on the weekend too!
Poor bugger. Don't like the bloke, but don't want that for anyone.
One club chief said Gold Coast was well-placed to dominate the next decade.Gold Coast Suns concessions worry clubs
"Suns' list management chief Scott Clayton did nothing to quell the fears about the star-studded list it was building,
saying the club hoped to reward Ablett's move with several more premierships before his career finished."