- Sep 19, 2004
- AFL Club
Do we change our name if the City does?
Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
Hawks were never making finals anyway.Good result for us today, as much as it hurts the WC win puts the Hawks just about out of the finals and the game was played under tough conditions plus WC lost their tagger to a hammy.
We need to win tomorrow to give us a 2 game break over the Hawks.
To be fair on Barlow we let him go. The fact we didn’t offer him a contract broke my heart. Barlow never did, still a Docker in my eyes.THE EX'S
We've all got 'em. Sometimes seeing them in their new relationship stings, other times you're happy for them.
Here's a few Dockers who broke our hearts, and a few who didn't. Which one's hurt the most?
B: Roberton (StK), O'Rielly (Ca), Harding (WC)
HB: McFee (E), Croad (H), Clement (Co)
M: Abraham (NM), Neale (B), Weller (GCS)
HF: Holland (Co), Mayne (Co), Crozier (WB)
F: Medhurst (Co) Tarrant (Co), Chisholm (M)
Foll: White (M), Bell (NM), Barlow (GCS)
Int: Black (StK), Polec (R), DeBoer (GWS), Palmer (WB)
I'm inclined to agree a bit.
I think it breeds and promotes comfort and perhaps after quarter time last week there were some players comfortable to do just enough.I'm inclined to agree a bit.
North, Crowden, Nyhuis, All could've been used to rotate players out for a rest...thinking particularly of Mundy.
Darcy Tucker started the season really well in the center square, He could be pushed in there some more, along with Brayshaw and Blakely and North come on to the bench.
I'd really like bothe Duman and Nyhuis in this week to ensure Blakely plays midfield