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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2535 on: November 29, 2016, 02:51:11 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.
here here ox. Those two second rounders we lost sure leaves a bad taste in the mouth what was it 35 last yr and 23 this freakin yr.But wait for those who defend this coming around and tellibng all and sundry they are poo picks.,
For some one who never ended up playing for the club, they now look like golden picks. If he ended up starring at our club I could have easily accepted the loss of picks.
The point remains, did the club perform due diligence when looking into him and were they warned? 
« Last Edit: November 29, 2016, 03:23:18 PM by YellowandBlackBlood »
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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2536 on: November 29, 2016, 04:14:27 PM »
Ah no

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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2537 on: November 29, 2016, 04:17:21 PM »
Ah no
Which part of the question does that answer? ;)
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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2538 on: November 29, 2016, 04:22:28 PM »

here here ox. Those two second rounders we lost sure leaves a bad taste in the mouth what was it 35 last yr and 23 this freakin yr.But wait for those who defend this coming around and tellibng all and sundry they are poo picks.,

Brilliant work there Claw, get in early so when someone comes and claims those are poo picks (which pick 36* last year definitely was - pick 28* could have been handy) you can quickly claim they are apologists and tell them to stop defending the club :clapping

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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2539 on: November 29, 2016, 06:30:14 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.

 :clapping

ROTTEN.

Meanwhile, Dunkley (the guy we gave up and traded our pick for) is averaging more finals possessions than Cotchin.

Double rotten. only at Richmond AND only Richmond would swallow it all without a hint of wanting accountability for the decision makers.

AAAND Yarran is still on the list. Triple rotten.

Its poo like this which murders a clubs depth many times over.

Absolutely disgraceful.
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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2540 on: November 29, 2016, 08:44:36 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.

 :clapping

ROTTEN.

Meanwhile, Dunkley (the guy we gave up and traded our pick for) is averaging more finals possessions than Cotchin.

Double rotten. only at Richmond AND only Richmond would swallow it all without a hint of wanting accountability for the decision makers.

AAAND Yarran is still on the list. Triple rotten.

Its poo like this which murders a clubs depth many times over.

Absolutely disgraceful.
With the greatest respect Dookster, you keep saying this but it is not true. We only traded for pick 19 in desperation to satisfy Carlton. If Yarran was not on the horizon, we would have kept pick 31 and thus never had the chance to get Dunkley. Who went 31 last year? Who went 24 this year? Therein lies our problem.
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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2541 on: November 29, 2016, 09:12:50 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.

 :clapping

ROTTEN.

Meanwhile, Dunkley (the guy we gave up and traded our pick for) is averaging more finals possessions than Cotchin.

Double rotten. only at Richmond AND only Richmond would swallow it all without a hint of wanting accountability for the decision makers.

AAAND Yarran is still on the list. Triple rotten.

Its poo like this which murders a clubs depth many times over.

Absolutely disgraceful.
With the greatest respect Dookster, you keep saying this but it is not true. We only traded for pick 19 in desperation to satisfy Carlton. If Yarran was not on the horizon, we would have kept pick 31 and thus never had the chance to get Dunkley. Who went 31 last year? Who went 24 this year? Therein lies our problem.

Semantics. At best, if were desperate 3 days before the deadline to trade in pick 19 we still gave up (as you say) two good picks for him.

The problem compounds either way you look at it.
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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2542 on: November 29, 2016, 09:16:45 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.

 :clapping

ROTTEN.

Meanwhile, Dunkley (the guy we gave up and traded our pick for) is averaging more finals possessions than Cotchin.

Double rotten. only at Richmond AND only Richmond would swallow it all without a hint of wanting accountability for the decision makers.

AAAND Yarran is still on the list. Triple rotten.

Its poo like this which murders a clubs depth many times over.

Absolutely disgraceful.
With the greatest respect Dookster, you keep saying this but it is not true. We only traded for pick 19 in desperation to satisfy Carlton. If Yarran was not on the horizon, we would have kept pick 31 and thus never had the chance to get Dunkley. Who went 31 last year? Who went 24 this year? Therein lies our problem.
now now y&b I covered this scenario in an earlier discussion with you on this topic. There was a window of opportunity after 19 was secured and warnings had been sounded where a half-decent club would have turned their back on the deal. As I stated earlier they didn't want to appear to be a serial rejector of indigenous players after the Bennell affair.

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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2543 on: November 29, 2016, 09:19:45 PM »
The picks added together actually added up to pick 11. not the pick 18 we traded the picks for.

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Re: Chris Yarran [merged]
« Reply #2544 on: November 29, 2016, 09:34:25 PM »
So it's finally in the paper. A break up, gambling and stress related to the pressure of AFL.  Well I hope it gets better outside the floodlit AFL.

Rfc were too insipid to even be honest, instead, it's mental illness.

It's a real slap in the face to the cause itself and as peeweak as we've come to expect from
people In charge.

More than happy to accept adulation for their perceived, continuing great work behind the scenes,
they used mental illness as a refuge for an unforgivable decision that didn't even backfire - it just played out as expected. A safety haven for their pathetic own arses.

How the stuff have these people taken over the RFC after mistake after mistake after mistake....

LMAO @ all the PC'ers showing how, weak as pee they are by jumping on the poor Chris wagon and judging anyone who dared to state otherwise.

 :clapping

ROTTEN.

Meanwhile, Dunkley (the guy we gave up and traded our pick for) is averaging more finals possessions than Cotchin.

Double rotten. only at Richmond AND only Richmond would swallow it all without a hint of wanting accountability for the decision makers.

AAAND Yarran is still on the list. Triple rotten.

Its poo like this which murders a clubs depth many times over.

Absolutely disgraceful.
With the greatest respect Dookster, you keep saying this but it is not true. We only traded for pick 19 in desperation to satisfy Carlton. If Yarran was not on the horizon, we would have kept pick 31 and thus never had the chance to get Dunkley. Who went 31 last year? Who went 24 this year? Therein lies our problem.
now now y&b I covered this scenario in an earlier discussion with you on this topic. There was a window of opportunity after 19 was secured and warnings had been sounded where a half-decent club would have turned their back on the deal. As I stated earlier they didn't want to appear to be a serial rejector of indigenous players after the Bennell affair.c
I disagree. They had committed to Yarran long before they got pick 19. They obtained that pick to desperately get the deal done quickly. Carlton played hard ball right to the end. That's how it happened. There was no mythical time we got new information to change our minds. Not sure where you are getting this from. Any warnings came long before the last few days of the trade period. They still went ahead despite this. So the point being they would never have changed their minds after trading for pick 19.
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