I have no problem with them playing this game at Hobart, my point is move one of the later Hobart games back to Melbourne.Hmm. Of the options... Marvel (no crowds), Gabba, Neutral (NSW) or Hobart...
The ground we play the best at & the one that we benefit from financially = absolute no brainer.
Exactly which is piss poor.Reading Amarfio’s comments, doesn’t seem likely.
Not the way Amarfio is talking. He is already trying to butter us up with crap no one wants.Will most likely move the Gold Coast game to Melbourne.
Come on man, you need some patience with the younguns. Give him a go.What’s idiotic about calling for a player out of form to be dropped?
He played well yesterday so of course no one will question his place next week, but before that he was very lucky to retain his place.
Got no issue with giving them a go.Come on man, you need some patience with the younguns. Give him a go.
His form was not as bad as some made out. We have a team full of youngsters, he being one.Got no issue with giving them a go.
But prior to yesterday his form was poor.
Just making a point that it’s not idiotic to ask for an out of form player to go back to the VFL. Just like Young who is terribly out of form.
If you’re a premiership club member it works out to around $100 a game, not sending a game back is taking Melbourne supporters for granted for a 2nd year in row.
If we can’t play in Melbourne as in last year and this coming weekend then so be it but for the Cats game it’s round 20 and we look unlikely to be in game attendance restrictions by then.
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One game that a lot of people are interested in seeing.
What about us Brisbane members?????.....well actually I have a melbourne membership, cause the interstate one is just crap.....and because of that, last year I had to buy tickets to all our QLD games!!!! it's all just a donation to the club one way or the other!!!!I don’t mind them playing at Hobart as long as one of the other Tassie games is switched back to Melbourne.
Otherwise Melbourne members are continually being screwed over.
While he clearly played his best game for the club yesterday, I also think that a lot of supporters are slowly learning what it is that he brings to the team. He doesn't run with the ball or kick long or take big marks or kick flashy goals. His work is all in tight and it's subtle.His form was not as bad as some made out. We have a team full of youngsters, he being one.
They were all learning their position, the speed of the game and doing it without a significant number of senior players to help.
The calls to be dropped started after one game, and have continued every single week, despite him getting better each game.
I applaud you for donating to the club.What about us Brisbane members?????.....well actually I have a melbourne membership, cause the interstate one is just crap.....and because of that, last year I had to buy tickets to all our QLD games!!!! it's all just a donation to the club one way or the other!!!!
Geez dude, have you heard of COVID? The worlds changed, if the Victorian government decide to let the AFL have games in Melbourne with no crowd, you still lose out anyway!I applaud you for donating to the club.
My overall point is that the current administration seems more interested in sponsorship deals and tourism money than fighting for its members to watch their football side.
The sad thing is the more they tread this path, the more they will need to chase this dollar when a certain % of the membership drops off because they no longer see any value in the product. Vicious circle.