AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Jim05 » Sat May 21, 2022 10:33 pm

Closer than I thought but we are still utter garbage
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Armchair expert » Sat May 21, 2022 10:38 pm

stan wrote:
Armchair expert wrote:
carey wrote:Crows definitely been watching Selwood videos.

Every opportunity they get they duck, specifically Murphy, Rowe and McAdam


+ Soligo and McHenry
From what I have seen, it's been terrible. Bit I have been mostly watching the election.


Had to be the record for high frees for a team

The last free to McHenry was mind boggling
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Eagles2014 » Sat May 21, 2022 10:50 pm

stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby The Dark Knight » Sat May 21, 2022 11:33 pm

After today against Geelong Ken Hinkley has now coached the most VFL/AFL games (212) without a grand final appearance at one club, going past Brad Scott who coached 211 games for North without a GF appearance.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby mots02 » Sat May 21, 2022 11:53 pm

The Dark Knight wrote:After today against Geelong Ken Hinkley has now coached the most VFL/AFL games (212) without a grand final appearance at one club, going past Brad Scott who coached 211 games for North without a GF appearance.


There’s history here in the making
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Booney » Sun May 22, 2022 9:34 am

Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!


Nobody rates him.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Robran » Sun May 22, 2022 11:50 am

Booney wrote:
Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!


Nobody rates him.

He just gives up on the contest every friggin time he is so frustrating to watch i would go as far to say he doesn't want to be out there and I'm not sure why we play him. Massive fan of Nick's but something has to change in the coaches box moves needed to be made last night Smith to the midfield maybe keys who i admire for his work rate to half back but amateur players kick the ball better, young rachelle really struggled lately might be time for a rest me thinks. We were so small last night out there, king just sat there waving his arms to get it in long because he just wasn't to be out marked. If it was for dawson and Smith we lose by 10. Nothing has really changed since our demise and I can see real any improvement in years to come. The kids ate not great maybe we need to look at trying to get players in with 60 - 80 games experience if they in fact would even want to come.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby cracka » Sun May 22, 2022 11:55 am

carey wrote:Crows definitely been watching Selwood videos.

Every opportunity they get they duck, specifically Murphy, Rowe and McAdam

Rowe is the worst for it, he gains possession, then dives head first into the tacklers arms. Like the coach from Letterkenny always says F****** embarrassing. There will be a rule change next year
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Booney » Sun May 22, 2022 12:22 pm

cracka wrote:
carey wrote:Crows definitely been watching Selwood videos.

Every opportunity they get they duck, specifically Murphy, Rowe and McAdam

Rowe is the worst for it, he gains possession, then dives head first into the tacklers arms. Like the coach from Letterkenny always says F****** embarrassing. There will be a rule change next year


Would Rowe be on any other clubs list? Purely romance for a club that was lacking any reason to smile 18 months ago.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Armchair expert » Sun May 22, 2022 12:55 pm

cracka wrote:
carey wrote:Crows definitely been watching Selwood videos.

Every opportunity they get they duck, specifically Murphy, Rowe and McAdam

Rowe is the worst for it, he gains possession, then dives head first into the tacklers arms. Like the coach from Letterkenny always says F****** embarrassing. There will be a rule change next year


I fell off my armchair when Roo on commentary said he doesn't duck.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Armchair expert » Sun May 22, 2022 2:58 pm

GWS guernsey makes me want to buy some Fruchocs
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby locky801 » Sun May 22, 2022 4:55 pm

Goal for goal in Tassie, great contest

Geez this Newcombe lad can play a bit
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Armchair expert » Sun May 22, 2022 5:07 pm

carey wrote:West Coast pick your own line +42.5 $1.82

Thank me later.


That is worse than all my dud tips combined
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby cracka » Sun May 22, 2022 5:30 pm

Booney wrote:
cracka wrote:
carey wrote:Crows definitely been watching Selwood videos.

Every opportunity they get they duck, specifically Murphy, Rowe and McAdam

Rowe is the worst for it, he gains possession, then dives head first into the tacklers arms. Like the coach from Letterkenny always says F****** embarrassing. There will be a rule change next year


Would Rowe be on any other clubs list? Purely romance for a club that was lacking any reason to smile 18 months ago.

Of the 3 father/sons we've had, he probably has been the best of them.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Brodlach » Sun May 22, 2022 5:34 pm

The amount of water on the ground at Subiaco :lol:
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby cracka » Sun May 22, 2022 5:34 pm

Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!

Reminds me of Mckernon. Has done a couple of good things in games but needs to do it consistently & then have a great game every 4-5 where he does 5-6 good things. Has had enough chances.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby carey » Sun May 22, 2022 5:47 pm

cracka wrote:
Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!

Reminds me of Mckernon. Has done a couple of good things in games but needs to do it consistently & then have a great game every 4-5 where he does 5-6 good things. Has had enough chances.



:shock:

I seriously hope your not talking about Corey McKernan?
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Vamos » Sun May 22, 2022 5:55 pm

Wonder if Cox has a wiper and demister with that setup?
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby Vamos » Sun May 22, 2022 5:56 pm

cracka wrote:
Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!

Reminds me of Mckernon. Has done a couple of good things in games but needs to do it consistently & then have a great game every 4-5 where he does 5-6 good things. Has had enough chances.


Reckon Shaun was way more mobile.
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Re: AFL - Sir Doug Nicholls Round 10

Postby carey » Sun May 22, 2022 6:09 pm

Vamos wrote:
cracka wrote:
Eagles2014 wrote:
stan wrote:Fogerty has been beyond dead set ordinary. His body language has been piss poor as well.


As mentioned previously, he is out of there next year, would not waste my time playing him. Overrated hack!

Reminds me of Mckernon. Has done a couple of good things in games but needs to do it consistently & then have a great game every 4-5 where he does 5-6 good things. Has had enough chances.


Reckon Shaun was way more mobile.



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