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TheProfits Jul 21
Nothing like a sore loser - had a beer thrown at the back of my head after such a joyous after the siren win. Cats fans took care of a few drunk Melbourne fans - who kept picking fights and were police forced out
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Matt Bain Sep 7
Won’t see a better video today..
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Kyle Pollard Jul 21
That’s the 93rd kick after the siren ever. Geelong has been involved in 24 of those and won 19 of them. That’s a staggering stat.
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Jack Fitzpatrick Jul 21
LEAVE. THE. GAME. ALONE. F*ck your zones. Your rules. Your absolute BULLSH*T. There’s nothing wrong with our great game!
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GM Jul 21
Surely you can't attack a contest like this?
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TheProfits Jul 21
Replying to @TheProfitsComAu
We all need that friend or two who holds us back when we are blind drunk
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Ando Sep 7
They’re just not that good Geelong. Never mind Salty Scott will get another crack at us next year. Wanker.
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#RaiseHell Sep 7
RT if your favourite moment was when the ball hit Oscar McDonald in the back of the head.
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Ben Asgari Jul 21
In a lifetime of disappointment, I can’t remember one hurting more.
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Rhys Palmer Sep 7
Chris Scott has the keys to a Ferrari and doesn’t know how to start it
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Offsiders ABC Jul 21
“If it happened in the A-League, that would be page 1, 2 and 3 of the Herald Sun for the next three days." The panel discuss the brawl after
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Jesse Caldera Sep 7
Fancy giving Chris Scott another contract.... 😂
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Paige Cardona 🚴‍♀️ Sep 7
How bloody good is it to see Joel Selwood not getting his own way! Ha!
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Anthony Campbell Sep 7
In the first quarter Joel Selwood was tackled fairly but threw his head back looking for a free. I don’t care what anyone says, he plays for free kicks but he is a media darling and they refuse to call him out on it. It’s a disgrace the way he does it.
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Michael McGuane Jul 21
Dangerfield exploited the “nominate the ruck” rule to his advantage. He kept pushing hard into the back of Brayshaw to convince the umpire he was blocked. That was his sole intention and milked it beautifully. Is this “smart play” or unsportsmanlike?
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Adam White Jul 21
Gary Ablett's night at the football... 31 disposals 15 contested possessions 7 clearances 8 inside 50s 5 tackles And the hunger in the last quarter of a man who didn't want to lose
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Drunk Logic Jul 21
Tom McDonald somehow recorded a speed of 36.7km/h in - the third fastest speed ever recorded in an AFL game. Jesse Hogan somehow owns the fastest at 37.5km/h = the average speed of Usain Bolt’s record 100m. This tells me that the Melbourne GPS trackers are faulty.
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AFL Jul 21
Definitely a ‘picture is worth 1,000 words’ type of game.
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Jude Bolton Sep 7
There was a time when Melbourne used to have 40 tackles total in a game, they’ve had 23 inside 50 alone tonight. Tough, pressure finals footy.
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Rudi Jul 21
Tom Hawkins would surely be leading the Geelong best and fairest at this point, or at least top three. Remarkably consistent and in career best form. What a performance he put in tonight, as good a game as you could hope for from a key forward.
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