Round 2 - 2022

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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby stan » Sun Mar 27, 2022 7:54 pm

gadj1976 wrote:
Armchair expert wrote:Will either Ken Hinkley or Leon Cameron survive the season?


Normally there is /are changes of coaches but I do wonder how much Covid will play a part. Also the thing hanging over a lot of clubs - Clarko. Is he interested and if so - what list interests him?

Till today I wondered about Ratten but it looks like he might get a win in Perth.

Just on Ratten I'm glad they don't listen to the media cos Jack Higgins has been the difference.

Interesting times ahead.
Kens I'm trouble. Port look flat and they are every chance to get done by the crows this week.

He simply has to make a GF or he is done. Plenty of rumours bouncing around about Clarkson and links to Port.
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby Booney » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:01 pm

Vamos wrote:
Booney wrote:Hopefully the auction raises as much as possible for Novita, a charity close to Russell Eberts heart. Mock away lads, mock away.


Correct Booney, it's bigger than footy but ya got to poke fun at your own misgivings every now and then, just a shame last night was the catalyst.


For sure mate, we should cop it for last night without question but there's still room for respect. I hope so, anyway.
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby stan » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:11 pm

Booney wrote:
Vamos wrote:
Booney wrote:Hopefully the auction raises as much as possible for Novita, a charity close to Russell Eberts heart. Mock away lads, mock away.


Correct Booney, it's bigger than footy but ya got to poke fun at your own misgivings every now and then, just a shame last night was the catalyst.


For sure mate, we should cop it for last night without question but there's still room for respect. I hope so, anyway.
Hopefully it still raises some good coin.
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby gadj1976 » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:14 pm

stan wrote:
gadj1976 wrote:
Armchair expert wrote:Will either Ken Hinkley or Leon Cameron survive the season?


Normally there is /are changes of coaches but I do wonder how much Covid will play a part. Also the thing hanging over a lot of clubs - Clarko. Is he interested and if so - what list interests him?

Till today I wondered about Ratten but it looks like he might get a win in Perth.

Just on Ratten I'm glad they don't listen to the media cos Jack Higgins has been the difference.

Interesting times ahead.
Kens I'm trouble. Port look flat and they are every chance to get done by the crows this week.

He simply has to make a GF or he is done. Plenty of rumours bouncing around about Clarkson and links to Port.


Are they the same or different rumours to when he was linked with us?

The Crows are terrible. So it should be a good /close game.
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby stan » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:15 pm

gadj1976 wrote:
stan wrote:
gadj1976 wrote:
Armchair expert wrote:Will either Ken Hinkley or Leon Cameron survive the season?


Normally there is /are changes of coaches but I do wonder how much Covid will play a part. Also the thing hanging over a lot of clubs - Clarko. Is he interested and if so - what list interests him?

Till today I wondered about Ratten but it looks like he might get a win in Perth.

Just on Ratten I'm glad they don't listen to the media cos Jack Higgins has been the difference.

Interesting times ahead.
Kens I'm trouble. Port look flat and they are every chance to get done by the crows this week.

He simply has to make a GF or he is done. Plenty of rumours bouncing around about Clarkson and links to Port.


The Crows are terrible. So it should be a good /close game.
Should be close, not sure about good.
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby Dutchy » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:19 pm

daysofourlives wrote:
heater31 wrote:
daysofourlives wrote:Any truth to the rumour the players have had enough of INXS before the game and are pushing for Transvision Vamp's Baby I dont care
Hawthorn must have won a game......

Not getting carried away, we've only beaten 10th and 18th.


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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby Dutchy » Sun Mar 27, 2022 8:22 pm

Nice flag tonight Spargo! 8)
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Re: Round 2 - 2022

Postby Rik E Boy » Mon Mar 28, 2022 8:13 am

Booney wrote:
Vamos wrote:
Booney wrote:Hopefully the auction raises as much as possible for Novita, a charity close to Russell Eberts heart. Mock away lads, mock away.


Correct Booney, it's bigger than footy but ya got to poke fun at your own misgivings every now and then, just a shame last night was the catalyst.


For sure mate, we should cop it for last night without question but there's still room for respect. I hope so, anyway.


I reckon nearly everyone on this site respects Russell Ebert, he is the kind of bloke that transcends club loyalties. But I would suggest the blokes on the field did a fair bit more damage to the fundraising efforts than us internet nuffies taking the piss.

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