The red white and blue gets them every time. They're like moths to a flame. And if all that stiff upper lip and taking it on the chin starts to get a bit wearisome after a while and he starts to yearn for a bit of crying and whining like they do back home, well just steer him to one of the gameday threads.There is a new poster on Big Footy from the USA. His nic is USA Jim and he has chosen the Western Bulldogs to "root"(he'll soon learn) for. Please do not get us confused. I left him a message on the Introductions Board to join us. He's a New York Giants fan. If he is a NY Mets fan I will have to put him on Ignore.
Hello all: Started watching AFL two weeks ago and I cannot get enough. Unlike our NBA & NFL players who cry & whine about every little thing....AFL players are TOUGH. The real deal. No flopping. None of that pretend "throwing the penalty flag" garbage. "Play on". Ballcarrier is driven 3...www.bigfooty.com
Apparently at Bailey Williams’ first team meeting at the club the coach asked everyone what their nicknames were. BW was looking a bit worried as he didn’t have one so Bob leaned over and whispered “Say yours is Horse”. And that’s how it happened.Would like to know the story behind baldy for dale.
Doofie is pretty appropriate for cordy as with horse for williams
Hopefully the accuracy isn't an issue tonight. I hope lions kick like they did the last two round.Sweet, Weightman and Dickson the goalkickers in first half. Our inaccuracy really is a blight right across the list.
When you say hitting the scoreboard, I can only presume that the scoreboard was at right angles to the goalsWe've lost just about all of these this year.
Are we in line for first pick in the scratch draft?
Encouraging to see Gowers hitting the scoreboard though. Should be a certain inclusion next week.