What will happen first - Fyfe Flag or DangerFlag

Who will win a Premiership First?

  • Patrick Dangerfield

    Votes: 9 6.8%
  • Nat Fyfe

    Votes: 15 11.4%
  • Neither will ever win won

    Votes: 73 55.3%
  • Nathan Broad to win his 5th flag before either win one

    Votes: 35 26.5%

  • Total voters
    132

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PhatBoy

Brownlow Medallist
May 5, 2016
24,530
25,818
AFL Club
Geelong
His constant flopping and diving. His smug solitary goal celebrations. That stunt he pulled when injured with a walking stick or something...
Dudes a muppet

Yeah acknowledging the criticism he got via a joke at a media conference was a sure sign he’s next in line to Hitler
 

El Pablo

Rookie
Jun 18, 2011
20
57
AFL Club
Richmond
Yeah acknowledging the criticism he got via a joke at a media conference was a sure sign he’s next in line to Hitler
Not Hitler. I just don't like him. His flop before half time in last years Prelim kinda illustrates his heart. And if you watch it Selwood has to beg his teammates to get around him. I actually reckon they mainly tolerate him too. Witness this years Brownlow. And las years. He's extremely self interested. You rarely see successful teams have someone like that. Maybe Akermanis, but from memory Lethal made him pull his head in.
Anyway, great player, he just appears to value that above his own team. IMO
 

Sully90

Club Legend
Dec 24, 2011
1,892
3,444
Perth
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Arsenal
If Vlastuin didn't headbutt Dangerfields elbow, the Cats don't get close.
His constant flopping and diving. His smug solitary goal celebrations. That stunt he pulled when injured with a walking stick or something...
Dudes a muppet
Suck it up Princess
St Kildas list has been marginally improved by a couple of Richmond goal sneaks. Not sure if that will be enough to get them in the finals again though. Youse have got a lotta Jacks.
Not really doing yourself any favours.
 

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PhatBoy

Brownlow Medallist
May 5, 2016
24,530
25,818
AFL Club
Geelong
Not Hitler. I just don't like him. His flop before half time in last years Prelim kinda illustrates his heart. And if you watch it Selwood has to beg his teammates to get around him. I actually reckon they mainly tolerate him too. Witness this years Brownlow. And las years. He's extremely self interested. You rarely see successful teams have someone like that. Maybe Akermanis, but from memory Lethal made him pull his head in.
Anyway, great player, he just appears to value that above his own team. IMO

This years Brownlow. Where a group of players who have been living on top of each other for four months with no respite spent another few hours in a room together with non of them having a chance of winning. What did you think they’d do, catch up and see what they’d been doing together since two hours earlier at the pool?
 

WilloTree

Premiership Player
Sep 16, 2015
4,561
4,805
Inside 50
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Claremont Tigers

BF Tiger

Norm Smith Medallist
Jun 5, 2007
7,278
16,929
9th
AFL Club
Richmond
This years Brownlow. Where a group of players who have been living on top of each other for four months with no respite spent another few hours in a room together with non of them having a chance of winning. What did you think they’d do, catch up and see what they’d been doing together since two hours earlier at the pool?
No respite... did Danger leave his surfing suit back in Moggs?
 

Wojcinski

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 14, 2011
14,210
20,660
AFL Club
Geelong
This years Brownlow. Where a group of players who have been living on top of each other for four months with no respite spent another few hours in a room together with non of them having a chance of winning. What did you think they’d do, catch up and see what they’d been doing together since two hours earlier at the pool?
Yeah thats correct, the Richmond players obviously set the example and were seen hugging and kissing every time they got a vote. They showed true unity unlike the Geelong losers having a quiet water in a beer glass
 

BF Tiger

Norm Smith Medallist
Jun 5, 2007
7,278
16,929
9th
AFL Club
Richmond
Yeah thats correct, the Richmond players obviously set the example and were seen hugging and kissing every time they got a vote. They showed true unity unlike the Geelong losers having a quiet water in a beer glass
They weren’t celebrating the votes. They were already celebrating the premiership.
 

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