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Winless Vs Winless - Tigers vs Crows [merged]
« on: May 02, 2010, 04:30:46 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\
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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2010, 04:34:50 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

Crows will finish higher than us make no mistake about that.

We need to win at least one game or it will be the biggest embarrasment the club has faced in 30 years. We just have to win this 1

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2010, 04:39:46 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

The difference between 4th pick and 5th?  No difference.  Win as many as we can.

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2010, 04:42:33 PM »
i agree crows will win some games near end of season once they get there players back we need to win this one while there down for the club spirit.

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2010, 04:43:07 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

The difference between 4th pick and 5th?  No difference.  Win as many as we can.

I disagree - there seems to be a gap between the first 4 and the 6th player in the draft this year.

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2010, 04:51:33 PM »
we won't get within 8 goals of the crows, they are nowhere near as bad as us

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2010, 05:01:56 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

The difference between 4th pick and 5th?  No difference.  Win as many as we can.

I disagree - there seems to be a gap between the first 4 and the 6th player in the draft this year.

Between Morabito and Rohan?  How on earth can you possibly tell that at this stage of their respective careers?

I could counter by saying that in 2008 there was a gap between 4th (Hamish Hartlett) and 5th (Michael Hurley) or better still between 4th and 41st (Todd Banfield).
Or in 2007 between 4th (Cale Morton) and 12th (Cyril Rioli).
Or in 2006 between 4th (Matthew Leuenberger) and 7th (Joel Selwood).
Or in 2005 between 4th (Josh Kennedy) and 11th (Shaun Higgins).

And I could go on and on and on and on with examples of how the number of the draft pick doesn't matter nearly as much as the work you do as a club in researching to identify the right players.

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #7 on: May 02, 2010, 05:03:28 PM »
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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #8 on: May 02, 2010, 05:08:32 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

The difference between 4th pick and 5th?  No difference.  Win as many as we can.

I disagree - there seems to be a gap between the first 4 and the 6th player in the draft this year.

Between Morabito and Rohan?  How on earth can you possibly tell that at this stage of their respective careers?

I could counter by saying that in 2008 there was a gap between 4th (Hamish Hartlett) and 5th (Michael Hurley) or better still between 4th and 41st (Todd Banfield).
Or in 2007 between 4th (Cale Morton) and 12th (Cyril Rioli).
Or in 2006 between 4th (Matthew Leuenberger) and 7th (Joel Selwood).
Or in 2005 between 4th (Josh Kennedy) and 11th (Shaun Higgins).

And I could go on and on and on and on with examples of how the number of the draft pick doesn't matter nearly as much as the work you do as a club in researching to identify the right players.

gary rohan is going to be a freak of the highest order

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #9 on: May 02, 2010, 05:09:38 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

The difference between 4th pick and 5th?  No difference.  Win as many as we can.

I disagree - there seems to be a gap between the first 4 and the 6th player in the draft this year.

Between Morabito and Rohan?  How on earth can you possibly tell that at this stage of their respective careers?

I could counter by saying that in 2008 there was a gap between 4th (Hamish Hartlett) and 5th (Michael Hurley) or better still between 4th and 41st (Todd Banfield).
Or in 2007 between 4th (Cale Morton) and 12th (Cyril Rioli).
Or in 2006 between 4th (Matthew Leuenberger) and 7th (Joel Selwood).
Or in 2005 between 4th (Josh Kennedy) and 11th (Shaun Higgins).

And I could go on and on and on and on with examples of how the number of the draft pick doesn't matter nearly as much as the work you do as a club in researching to identify the right players.

im talking the 2010 national draft not last years

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #10 on: May 02, 2010, 05:33:43 PM »

im talking the 2010 national draft not last years

Thats even more incredulous Ramps.  What's next weeks lotto numbers?

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #11 on: May 02, 2010, 05:45:22 PM »

im talking the 2010 national draft not last years

Thats even more incredulous Ramps.  What's next weeks lotto numbers?

i will consult the herald sun star signs and get back to you  :thumbsup

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #12 on: May 02, 2010, 05:51:11 PM »

im talking the 2010 national draft not last years

Thats even more incredulous Ramps.  What's next weeks lotto numbers?

i will consult the herald sun star signs and get back to you  :thumbsup

Good man.  One set of 6 correct should suffice.   :thumbsup   ;D

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #13 on: May 02, 2010, 06:02:45 PM »
When we play The crows and lets say we win... crows at the bottom of the ladder and they might get pick four .. some thing we REALLY need .. SO do we really want to win .. i would be happy to win but lets think of the consequences  :-\

Crows will finish higher than us make no mistake about that.

We need to win at least one game or it will be the biggest embarrasment the club has faced in 30 years. We just have to win this 1
This 1, and Dreamtime at the G.  Then I'll be happy

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Re: Winless Vs Winless
« Reply #14 on: May 02, 2010, 06:08:55 PM »
yeh its about time for us to win that