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Re: AFL 2018

Post by skully on Mon 24 Sep 2018, 09:31

Is Joffa missing his teef?
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Big Dog on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 08:18

Great final quarter. The look on Eddie McGuire's face with a minute to go was priceless.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by skully on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 08:20

Cracking Granny that The Pies lead basically until the last kick.

Pies runner got in the way of a defender in Q3 & it cost a goal to the Eagles. It was the difference in the end.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Big Dog on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 09:29

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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Blackadder on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 10:07

From 5 goals up in the opening quarter, to being over run in the last.
Looks like the CS Banner wasn't the only Collingwood thing to fall apart today.

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Post by JGK on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 11:31

Had a few very happy texts from Zim this afternoon.

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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Paul Keating on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 13:31

I think my last post on this forum was along the lines of

"I have nothing to say apart from I am f*arking loving this sh*it"

The same applies here.

2005 still hurts. This helps.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by horace on Sat 29 Sep 2018, 15:53

I can honestly say this was the first time I have cheered on the Weasels.

The Buckley curse lives on.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by embee on Sun 30 Sep 2018, 02:36

A cracking game of football

A shame there could only be one LOSER
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by embee on Mon 01 Oct 2018, 06:35

This petition is being brought to your attention in regard to serious concerns by the football public, especially supporters of the Collingwood Football Club who believe that certain umpiring decisions in the 2018 AFL Grand Final were either wrongly awarded, were missed entirely and eventually were what cost the Collingwood Football Club the premiership.

Three examples of this, which are clearly visible on the Channel 7 footage are as follows:

1) the video replay judgement of the goal given to West Coast in the first qtr clearly showed that the ball was touched as it crossed the line, not by the boot of the WCE player but came off another part of his body and was clearly a behind. The resultant score should then have read 1.3 instead of 2.2.

2) the video replay of a Collingwood behind at the same end in the last qtr clearly showed that no WCE player had deflected the flight of the ball, the the result should have been declared as a Collingwood goal. The resultant score would then be 12.7 instead of 11.8.

3) the illegal blocking shepherd on Brayden Maynard with 2 minutes to play should have been paid as a free kick to Maynard as it was considered an act of interference which allowed the West Coast player to goal. The decision should have then allowed Maynard possession to clear the ball and in so doing the goal to West Coast would not have eventuated, giving them a final score of 11.8 for the game.

There were numerous other decisions which affected the game including the whack to the ribs by Ryan of WCE on Maynard which was missed by the umpire standing 3 metres from the incident. Maynard should have received a free kick with a subsequent report for striking being given to Ryan.

We as Collingwood supporters, as well as most of the general public feel that a grand final should be allowed to be won on merit, and not be awarded as the result of poor umpiring and biases toward clubs and particular players held by the governing body. We DEMAND that the decisions made on Saturday the 29th Sept be overhauled and reviewed in their entirety, and that either the result reversed, or the game declared a no-result and replayed in its entirety at a future date. Failure to act on on this will effect in a vote of no confidence in the AFL administration, the umpiring panel, and the competition in general.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Big Dog on Mon 01 Oct 2018, 07:52

embee wrote:This petition is being brought to your attention in regard to serious concerns by the football public, especially supporters of the Collingwood Football Club who believe that certain umpiring decisions in the 2018 AFL Grand Final were either wrongly awarded, were missed entirely and eventually were what cost the Collingwood Football Club the premiership.

Three examples of this, which are clearly visible on the Channel 7 footage are as follows:

1) the video replay judgement of the goal given to West Coast in the first qtr clearly showed that the ball was touched as it crossed the line, not by the boot of the WCE player but came off another part of his body and was clearly a behind. The resultant score should then have read 1.3 instead of 2.2.

2) the video replay of a Collingwood behind at the same end in the last qtr clearly showed that no WCE player had deflected the flight of the ball, the the result should have been declared as a Collingwood goal. The resultant score would then be 12.7 instead of 11.8.

3) the illegal blocking shepherd on Brayden Maynard with 2 minutes to play should have been paid as a free kick to Maynard as it was considered an act of interference which allowed the West Coast player to goal. The decision should have then allowed Maynard possession to clear the ball and in so doing the goal to West Coast would not have eventuated, giving them a final score of 11.8 for the game.

There were numerous other decisions which affected the game including the whack to the ribs by Ryan of WCE on Maynard which was missed by the umpire standing 3 metres from the incident. Maynard should have received a free kick with a subsequent report for striking being given to Ryan.

We as Collingwood supporters, as well as most of the general public feel that a grand final should be allowed to be won on merit, and not be awarded as the result of poor umpiring and biases toward clubs and particular players held by the governing body. We DEMAND that the decisions made on Saturday the 29th Sept be overhauled and reviewed in their entirety, and that either the result reversed, or the game declared a no-result and replayed in its entirety at a future date. Failure to act on on this will effect in a vote of no confidence in the AFL administration, the umpiring panel, and the competition in general.

Petition eh?....Is the AFL in need of more toilet paper?
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Fred Nerk on Mon 01 Oct 2018, 10:13

embee wrote:This petition is being brought to your attention in regard to serious concerns by the football public, especially supporters of the Collingwood Football Club who believe that certain umpiring decisions in the 2018 AFL Grand Final were either wrongly awarded, were missed entirely and eventually were what cost the Collingwood Football Club the premiership.

Three examples of this, which are clearly visible on the Channel 7 footage are as follows:

1) the video replay judgement of the goal given to West Coast in the first qtr clearly showed that the ball was touched as it crossed the line, not by the boot of the WCE player but came off another part of his body and was clearly a behind. The resultant score should then have read 1.3 instead of 2.2.

2) the video replay of a Collingwood behind at the same end in the last qtr clearly showed that no WCE player had deflected the flight of the ball, the the result should have been declared as a Collingwood goal. The resultant score would then be 12.7 instead of 11.8.

3) the illegal blocking shepherd on Brayden Maynard with 2 minutes to play should have been paid as a free kick to Maynard as it was considered an act of interference which allowed the West Coast player to goal. The decision should have then allowed Maynard possession to clear the ball and in so doing the goal to West Coast would not have eventuated, giving them a final score of 11.8 for the game.

There were numerous other decisions which affected the game including the whack to the ribs by Ryan of WCE on Maynard which was missed by the umpire standing 3 metres from the incident. Maynard should have received a free kick with a subsequent report for striking being given to Ryan.

We as Collingwood supporters, as well as most of the general public feel that a grand final should be allowed to be won on merit, and not be awarded as the result of poor umpiring and biases toward clubs and particular players held by the governing body. We DEMAND that the decisions made on Saturday the 29th Sept be overhauled and reviewed in their entirety, and that either the result reversed, or the game declared a no-result and replayed in its entirety at a future date. Failure to act on on this will effect in a vote of no confidence in the AFL administration, the umpiring panel, and the competition in general.

O the magic of the SBM....

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Re: AFL 2018

Post by skully on Mon 01 Oct 2018, 10:56

"We DEMAND that the decisions made on Saturday the 29th Sept be overhauled and reviewed in their entirety, and that either the result reversed, or the game declared a no-result and replayed in its entirety at a future date."

Farkin LOL. pmsl
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Red on Wed 03 Oct 2018, 11:32

Big Dog wrote:

Have seen choking gags all week, but the one thing we can say is the Pies didn't choke. Nobody expected us to make it this far, and unlike the Dees we put up a good show against the big, bad Weagles. We generally produce interesting GFs, unlike the blowouts of previous years.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by skully on Wed 03 Oct 2018, 23:05

A fair call, Red.

I thought the Eagles were totally dominant for the entire 4th Quarter and the Pies did well to almost hold them off.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Red on Fri 05 Oct 2018, 14:57

horace wrote:Darcy Moore to the Bloods. McGuire will be in meltdown mode.


You were adamant that he would become a swan even saying that he would walk if a deal wasn't done.  Clearly boyfriend doesn't live in Sydney. Smile Lives with Langdon atm.

Eddie still hasn't recovered from Peter the great leaving for us so this was not going to happen.



Meanwhile the trade frenzy begins in earnest next week.

Interest surrounding Shiel, May, half of the Suns team, Hogan, Neale and probably a host of others whose names will soon surface.

Trade Whisperer says that that Sydney is into Jackson Macrae.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by embee on Tue 09 Oct 2018, 01:05

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Re: AFL 2018

Post by horace on Tue 09 Oct 2018, 08:38

Lynch referred to Tigers as the Black and the Gold at his presser.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Red on Wed 10 Oct 2018, 13:17

horace wrote:Lynch referred to Tigers as the Black and the Gold at his presser.

Won't be able to sing the song properly.
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Re: AFL 2018

Post by Big Dog on Wed 10 Oct 2018, 22:37

http://www.saints.com.au/news/2018-10-10/billy-slater-is-with-st-kilda Shocked
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