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    I'm going - always a fun night though usually too smashed by speech time to remember too much about what was said. Goodesy for the gong, Crouch & Doyle for retirement announcements - can't think of the rest. We're running a bet on all the gongs so will need to stay sober enough to pick a few winners!! Go Swans
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    Going out on a limb here - Ted Richards
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    teddy huh....not a bad call, the guy has had a great year
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    Nuts and Bolts 2 will win the b and f this year

    He has had a better all round season than A Goodes even though Goodsey had a much better finish to the year he was fairly ordinary at the start of the year

    Where did Goodsey finish on Brownlow night ? I think he finished 4th

    If he had played better in the 1st half of the year he might have taken home another brownlow medal and that would have put him in elite company

    How many other brownlow medalists have won more than 2 brownlows in their whole careers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza View Post
    How many other brownlow medalists have won more than 2 brownlows in their whole careers ?
    16?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza View Post
    Nuts and Bolts 2 will win the b and f this year

    He has had a better all round season than A Goodes even though Goodsey had a much better finish to the year he was fairly ordinary at the start of the year

    Where did Goodsey finish on Brownlow night ? I think he finished 4th

    If he had played better in the 1st half of the year he might have taken home another brownlow medal and that would have put him in elite company

    How many other brownlow medalists have won more than 2 brownlows in their whole careers ?

    Goodsey was ineligible anyway.
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    Isn't the Swans best and fairest decided by the coaching staff?

    That means its more likely to be someone who sticks to the gameplen and steadfastly follows the coaches' instructions.

    Don't rule out Benny Mathews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza View Post
    How many other brownlow medalists have won more than 2 brownlows in their whole careers ?
    Three time winners = 4

    Two time winners = 8

    Only two current day players have won 2 - Goodes and Harvey.

    And of course Goodes is the only footballer this century to win 2 haha

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    I reckon CBolts has the B & F sewn up this year. While Goodsey was sensational in the second half, B2 was wonderful all season.

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    I forgot about B2 - he did indeed have a great year - ok scrap Ted - I'm on the Craig Bolton Bandwagon now.
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    C Bolton is going to be the key to our defence for quite some years to come

    I mean here was a player who could not get into a team at the Lions and was given a chance and is now a premiership player and a bloody good defender

    The Swans should secure his services for the next 3 - 4 years or even better for life

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