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Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #105
I wasn't aware of that. Good to know. Thanks.

Enzo, you've been very quiet lately. Tutto bene ?

All good Paolo, come on & read a bit, most of the time my thoughts are already said and usual bias and infighting still occurring.

I hope your well & these challenging times are past us sooner rather than later.

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #106
All good Paolo, come on & read a bit, most of the time my thoughts are already said and usual bias and infighting still occurring.

I hope your well & these challenging times are past us sooner rather than later.

Thanks matey. All ok here for now. 👍
Albert Einstein was a socialist.


Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #108
 Less than :o

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #109
I like my footy hard and uncompromising but the game was over and so was the season in reality so it wasnt a big deal IMO.
Interesting to hear Kade Simpson say he didnt really have any friends from his younger years at school etc and all his mates were
at the club and forged from footy so I can understand Gibbs being important to him as a friend and wanting to see him off in a friendly way.

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #110
As David Parkin explained to me, the players from all clubs are a family. Its the supporters who are tribal and expect tribalism from the players.
"Haters gonna hate"...Spanner


Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #112
I like my footy hard and uncompromising but the game was over and so was the season in reality so it wasnt a big deal IMO.
Interesting to hear Kade Simpson say he didnt really have any friends from his younger years at school etc and all his mates were
at the club and forged from footy so I can understand Gibbs being important to him as a friend and wanting to see him off in a friendly way.
Club has a 20min video of 3 people paying homage to Simmo. Murph, Juddy and Gibbsy, no surprises there.
2017 - 16th
2018 - Wooden Spoon
2019 - 16th
2020 - dare to dream?
2021 - Pi$$ or get off the pot

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #113
Saw who said it in the first paragraph and didn't continue reading.

I think for once he's vocalised what we were all thinking.

Come on you Blue FLAGGERS!!

"everything you know is wrong"

Paul Hewson

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #114
Club has a 20min video of 3 people paying homage to Simmo. Murph, Juddy and Gibbsy, no surprises there.

Also a couple of minutes about Kreuzer near the end. 
Albert Einstein was a socialist.

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #115
I think for once he's vocalised what we were all thinking.



Could you imagine Collingwood chairing off Heath Shaw if the GWS ended their finals hopes?
2012 HAPPENED!!!!!!!

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #116
Could you imagine Collingwood chairing off Heath Shaw if the GWS ended their finals hopes?
Different circumstances but I could.
2017 - 16th
2018 - Wooden Spoon
2019 - 16th
2020 - dare to dream?
2021 - Pi$$ or get off the pot

Re: Post Game Pandemonium!: AFL 2020 Rd 17: Carlton vs Adelaide

Reply #117
Could you imagine Collingwood chairing off Heath Shaw if the GWS ended their finals hopes?
Lets not get too carried away, our finals hopes were mathematical only.

We lost them in the previous 2 weeks worth of 'must win' games.