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Reply #15
"This question is from Lachie in Geelong..."

I had tears running.  :))

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Reply #16
"This question is from Lachie in Geelong..."

I had tears running.  :))
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Reply #18
http://www.carltonfc.com.au/video/2016-07-20/discussions-with-dylan-jack-silvagni

Young Jack wishing he was anywhere else but discussing with Dylan. ;D

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Reply #19
Its stupidly funny, Dylan is just a dag who takes the pi$$ beautifully.
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2018 - Could be a long year...
2019 - The Empire Strikes Back
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Reply #20
Is Dylan Buckley back at the club in some capacity??

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Reply #21
He's helping the club with their social media presence. Wants to get a role in mentoring younger fringe players who may or may not make it, but that's yet to be confirmed

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Reply #22
He's helping the club with their social media presence. Wants to get a role in mentoring younger fringe players who may or may not make it, but that's yet to be confirmed

The question I have is "why"?

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Reply #23
Because our social media is average at best, he's super popular among the youngsters (Dyl and Friends podcast), very important way of getting new fans, and therefore new members in the current climate

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Reply #24
Because our social media is average at best, he's super popular among the youngsters (Dyl and Friends podcast), very important way of getting new fans, and therefore new members in the current climate

Smart move by the club and I hope Dylan does well in whatever his new role(s) offers.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be . . .

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Reply #25
I suspect he will also play for Northern and join in some sort of coaching capacity. The reduction of runners from the AFL will lead teams to be looking for on-field leaders to give direction - why not him? He has had plenty of time on a senior list, knows how hard it is to make it, but at VFL level was a good performer.



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Reply #28
I suspect he will also play for Northern and join in some sort of coaching capacity. The reduction of runners from the AFL will lead teams to be looking for on-field leaders to give direction - why not him? He has had plenty of time on a senior list, knows how hard it is to make it, but at VFL level was a good performer.

I hope he does play for Northern!  He is one of those blokes who is great at State level but can’t quite reproduce that form at AFL.  He plays attacking footy and should help make the NBs more competitive.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be . . .

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Reply #29
The question I have is "why"?

He comes from good carlton stock, as and imagine players like him are good at building an environment that people want to be part of because they have a bit of fun in the process.
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