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AFL 2023 Semi Final Carlton vs Melbourne at the MCG

Having won on one Friday night, we're certainties to get another Friday night. 19:50 start is a pain in the posterior. But we're there: Sydney are not.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: AFL 2023 Semi Final Carlton vs Melbourne at the MCG

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We are a chance don’t worry about that. No Bradshaw and big rumours Gawn has a broken foot. 
Either way it’a free hit for us.

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There's things we have to tidy up. They got quite a few goal directly from stuff-ups in defence. Allowed the Swans to get closer than they should of  Tidy those up and we'll be ok. Not sure Melbourne have been the same dog-hungry side since winning their flag. Showed last night at times.

We are a great chance of a Preliminary Final and a fun trip interstate

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Ultra dry track on Friday night. Need for speed. Don't be surprised  to see Hollands back in the mix. Motlop will come in and JSOS for McKay. Fogarty could be stiff and Martin could be on holidays.

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IMO we play better without Harry the Heartbreaker.
But he would've been handy to separate Lever and May.
JSOS or Kennedy will have to do it now.
Go Blues.
2024... Moir of the same to come

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Harry and Martin to miss I suspect. Looks like it will be a dry fast track. Motlop, SOS? Hollands, Boyd, Dow and Kennedy all possible ins. Gov looked proppy at the end wonder if the hammy is nongood again?
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Nothing more than a head high free kick.


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Nothing more than a head high free kick.



That’s how I saw it.

Blakey was troubled by a hit to the ribs.  The concussion protocol was applied unnecessarily.
“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”  Oddball

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HS already got Martin locked up.....

I suspect because of the cosequences (Final) he will get a fine. If it was a normal Home and Away game probably a week.

Reckon our legal team will be already pteparing a defence...






Re: AFL 2023 Semi Final Carlton vs Melbourne at the MCG

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I’ve only seen it briefly but looked just head high free kick to me.

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He attempts to tackle so it will be enough for them to say that its not a strike.

The fact that Blakey played on, and was integral to them coming back later will see him ok.
"everything you know is wrong"

Paul Hewson

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He attempts to tackle so it will be enough for them to say that its not a strike.

The fact that Blakey played on, and was integral to them coming back later will see him ok.
I will be staggered and perplexed if Jack is not charged and/or gets off.
2017-16th
2018-Wooden Spoon
2019-16th
2020-dare to dream? 11th is better than last I suppose
2021-Pi$$ or get off the pot
2022- Real Deal or more of the same? 0.6%
2023- "Raise the Standard" - M. Voss Another year wasted Bar Set
2024-Back to the drawing boardNo excuses, its time

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A fine,  that's all.
Move on.
2024... Moir of the same to come

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I wish we would stop this blind kicking. More often than not it ends up in the oppo's hands.
Almost cost us against the Demons and almost cost us last night.
2024... Moir of the same to come

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That’s how I saw it.

Blakey was troubled by a hit to the ribs.  The concussion protocol was applied unnecessarily.
Swinging arm with fist to jaw...Luke Hodge saw same, careless but I can't see him evading a suspension. Looked really bad on one angle...Blakey was holding his jaw too...