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Art Vandelay_

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It will be at the G. They have a contractual obligation to get 10 week 1 to 3 finals at the G over 5 years. They’ll push us there.

Based on tonight’s stupidity to withdraw the ruckman against Grundy odds of us facing the Eagles have just shortened.

He better be injured.
 

glenferry23

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Long rain delay in the cricket and Cats barely firing a shot in the footy. That planned evening of sport isn’t exactly as enticing as it sounded.

Collingwood looking very good, moving the ball so well.

On certain angles at times, I gotta say these jumpers clash more than they should considering it’s a final.
 

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It’s a rule that penalises the man first to the footy, and goes harder and lower than his opponent. It contradicts a key pillar of football.

It is an utterly s**t rule and sane footy fans agree.
No it doesn't. He could have got there by staying on his feet like the Collingwood player did. He dove in because he's a moronic player. You be the Collingwood player and I'll be Dangerfield, let's see how long your leg/knee last. I give it two bumps.
 

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Hmm, Duncan gets hit by a body on the lower part of the leg, as if someone went flying into him.. and now he has a knee injury. But sliding into someone's leg with the same contact is not going to do anything.

lel.
 

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