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Re: AFL media

Postby carey » Tue Jun 07, 2022 8:31 pm

Booney wrote:
MW wrote:
Brodlach wrote:I used to listen to sports shows constantly, I now listen to zero. Cannot stand the people on radio presently


Same. Have not listened to a radio sports show in well over a year. It's nothing but muck raking and ads.
I will listen to triplem only for the humour


Dick jokes still make you laugh?


Yes, Yes they do.
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Re: AFL media

Postby mal » Wed Jun 08, 2022 2:40 pm

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DoublebluTiger wrote:In daily have done an article on the latest radio ratings in general. 5AA notably putting in a pitiful effort even with AFL footy coverage. The article doesn't focus on sports programs etc but S Rowe surely has to be moved on and I could almost see them restructure their drive timeslot to not even focus on sport, with the ratings numbers they're getting.


Hardly surprising, Rowe is an idiot of the highest order who picks up the scraps of any AFL discussion and runs with it and KG and Cornes on Saturday mornings, well, who knows who the f*ck listens to that.


Rowe
Did spin a great yarn at a1997 Premiership reunion
He talked about the mark he took late in the game in the 97 Grand Final
The highest he ever got for a mark on his opponents shoulders
Rowey had this to say about that mark
" I was so high, the best thing about being so high on the way down is I could see the Port Adelaide barrackers leaving the ground." !


Clarification
That match Rowe played in was the Norwood v Port Adelaide SANFL Grand Final 1997
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Re: AFL media

Postby Booney » Wed Jun 08, 2022 2:53 pm

mal wrote:
Clarification
That match Rowe played in was the Norwood v Port Adelaide SANFL Grand Final 1997


Brian Leys went home to Victoria in 1997 and cost us (another) 6 in a row.
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Re: AFL media

Postby DOC » Wed Jun 22, 2022 10:01 am

Laughable.

Veteran AFL journalist Damian Barrett has responded to sharp criticism from the Herald Sun’s chief football writer Mark Robinson.

Robinson called for him to resign as president of the Australian Football Media Association after he took part in a Sportsbet promotion video featuring a number of media figures.

“Damian Barrett, who was one of three football journalists to appear in a betting advert, should immediately resign as president of the Australian Football Media Association,” Robinson wrote.

Speaking on The Sounding Board podcast, Barrett said he would not stand down, adding that he had not been asked to.

“Sorry if I should be taking this seriously Hutchy … if someone I had a bit of time for had said that, I would listen. I’m not going to apologise for it. That’s the starting point from me,” he said.

“If the people who asked me to do the role … and others around that situation suggest to me to (stand down), we’ll have that conversation, but if that conversation is being had I’m not going to resign on it. I will stand down if they tell me I should because they’re people I respect.

“I would have thought if it was an issue with them … an issue with someone in my life, I would’ve thought I would’ve heard about it by now.”

Barrett was pressed about the long-running beef the pair share.

“I just live rent-free in his head and it’s a bit awkward,” he said.

“How’s he think that’s a ‘dislike’ out of a round of footy? Seriously.”
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Re: AFL media

Postby Rik E Boy » Wed Jun 22, 2022 10:55 pm

Booney wrote:
mal wrote:
Clarification
That match Rowe played in was the Norwood v Port Adelaide SANFL Grand Final 1997


Brian Leys went home to Victoria in 1997 and cost us (another) 6 in a row.


Nope. Norwood cost you 6 in a row. By a record margin. It was for the good of humanity...then Centrals took over ffs.

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Re: AFL media

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:57 pm

The 'media' now calling for a send off rule [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787]

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Re: AFL media

Postby am Bays » Tue Jul 12, 2022 11:22 am

There's several sycophant self important f***tards in the media who are preening themselves over broke this storty first, who triggered the outcome based on their "facts" and unsubtantiated rumours.

Anybody want to play sacked coach lotto tonight?

"he's a really good person"
"Nobody likes to see a coach sacked" Robbo's paying $1.01 for this....
"He'll be remembered as someone who steered the club through a difficult time"
"It was an unenviable task"
"Noone could've done a better job with the cattle he had"
"Sadly there was no other option"
"Dark day in the clubs history"

:roll: :vom:
Let that be a lesson to you Port, no one beats the Bays five times in a row in a GF and gets away with it!!!
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Re: AFL media

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Mon Jul 18, 2022 11:56 pm

1st time in donkeys I've seen Footy Classified.
More ads then content. And the content......

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Re: AFL media

Postby Spargo » Tue Jul 19, 2022 9:55 pm

AFL 360 tonight - wow.
Still by far the best football show on tv.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Rik E Boy » Thu Jul 21, 2022 8:57 pm

So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Re: AFL media

Postby Brodlach » Thu Jul 21, 2022 8:59 pm

Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Re: AFL media

Postby Rik E Boy » Thu Jul 21, 2022 9:02 pm

Brodlach wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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..and serves me right if he tears us a new one this week.

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Re: AFL media

Postby Wedgie » Thu Jul 21, 2022 9:58 pm

Well the karma bus is going to smack us now, good one REB!
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Re: AFL media

Postby Dutchy » Thu Jul 21, 2022 11:23 pm

Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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missed it but will look it up as what he has done to transform his training and form is really interesting, I know he spends a lot of time with Mick Fanning, I genuinely believe he thinks he can play another 3-4 years, whether thats good for Port is another question but I am enjoying his story.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Jim05 » Thu Jul 21, 2022 11:35 pm

Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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The Heppell doco would be riveting.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Booney » Fri Jul 22, 2022 7:24 am

Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Tune in mate, you'll see his tireless work with the Childhood Cancer Association inspired by losing his Dad to cancer. The opening monologue is spoken by kids who have fought cancer or the siblings of those who have had a fight. Tune in to see what's widely regarded as the most elite preparation across the whole competition, physically and mentally, to be the best player he can be.

The documentary however is about Boak's change in mindset in 2018, instead of a complete focus on football he changed his focus to being the best human he can be first and foremost, how that has helped him maintain his on field performances after turning 30 and how that inspires those around him. There's more to life than football.

Enjoy the win on Saturday though.
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Re: AFL media

Postby whufc » Fri Jul 22, 2022 7:26 am

Booney wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Tune in mate, you'll see his tireless work with the Childhood Cancer Association inspired by losing his Dad to cancer. The opening monologue is spoken by kids who have fought cancer or the siblings of those who have had a fight. Tune in to see what's widely regarded as the most elite preparation across the whole competition, physically and mentally, to be the best player he can be.

The documentary however is about Boak's change in mindset in 2018, instead of a complete focus on football he changed his focus to being the best human he can be first and foremost, how that has helped him maintain his on field performances after turning 30 and how that inspires those around him. There's more to life than football.

Enjoy the win on Saturday though.


I also believe his been heavily involved in assisting Ports women team.
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Re: AFL media

Postby MW » Fri Jul 22, 2022 8:32 am

Booney wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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Tune in mate, you'll see his tireless work with the Childhood Cancer Association inspired by losing his Dad to cancer. The opening monologue is spoken by kids who have fought cancer or the siblings of those who have had a fight. Tune in to see what's widely regarded as the most elite preparation across the whole competition, physically and mentally, to be the best player he can be.

The documentary however is about Boak's change in mindset in 2018, instead of a complete focus on football he changed his focus to being the best human he can be first and foremost, how that has helped him maintain his on field performances after turning 30 and how that inspires those around him. There's more to life than football.

Enjoy the win on Saturday though.


Well said. While your club is easy to hate, he is a ripper and hard not to like.
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Re: AFL media

Postby Booney » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:11 am

Dutchy wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

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missed it but will look it up as what he has done to transform his training and form is really interesting, I know he spends a lot of time with Mick Fanning, I genuinely believe he thinks he can play another 3-4 years, whether thats good for Port is another question but I am enjoying his story.


Absolutely he can and I expect he will. In the next 2 years we'll see some of older blokes retire leaving Boak as one of the few 30+ on the list, I reckon he plays at least 3 more and pushes towards 400 games.
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Re: AFL media

Postby whufc » Fri Jul 22, 2022 9:17 am

Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
Rik E Boy wrote:So there's a doco on Travis Boak on tonight. Say what? What's he done again? Will it show all the famous finals failures and choked crucial shots over the years? You might as well have a doco on Rohan Smith or Dyson Heppell. Cripes, might as well go for Kane Cornes at least he won a flag.

regards,

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missed it but will look it up as what he has done to transform his training and form is really interesting, I know he spends a lot of time with Mick Fanning, I genuinely believe he thinks he can play another 3-4 years, whether thats good for Port is another question but I am enjoying his story.


Absolutely he can and I expect he will. In the next 2 years we'll see some of older blokes retire leaving Boak as one of the few 30+ on the list, I reckon he plays at least 3 more and pushes towards 400 games.


I actually think we might see a bit more of this over the next 5-10 years. With all the technology, science and training methods those players who are willing to look after themselves to the absolute optimum will have the chance to play into the mid 30's.
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