- Apr 29, 2016
- AFL Club
I believe that the last point is the most accurate. I do believe that the umpiring bias for the bulldogs has been legitimate corruption so the more noise on that issue the better because I want an even competition. I firmly believe there has been an agenda to favour the bulldogs this season. This was proven correct in the 3 games melbourne played the dogs as well as the finals series.At the risk of lowering myself to your level...
Your comments genuinely puzzle me. You're either stupid, deluded, obsessed or a troll. Or a mix of the four. Seeing as your posting tendencies have been consistent for a while now, we can probably rule out troll. Which leaves us with stupid, deluded or obsessed. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and just call you obsessed.
Why are you so obsessed? It's to the point where you're envisioning a crusade against the Bulldogs and the ghastly umpiring they benefit from, one which Danny boy is the leader of the agenda. It's hilarious, but also sad to read.
For some reason the dogs fans chose to overlook the horrendous umpiring in the game where you beat us. It was a 6-8 goal advantage. This lulled the dogs fans into a strange sense of security heading into the GF. And it was very odd that the dogs fans refused to look at the impact of the umpires in that game.