View Poll Results: Who is it gonna be?

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  • Magic - just on his range but loves the situation

    7 11.67%
  • Goodsie - steps up again

    3 5.00%
  • Pebbles - surely he can't keep missing

    2 3.33%
  • the Big Cheese - nice action, he can handle the pressure

    14 23.33%
  • McVeigh - just to show Annie

    4 6.67%
  • Moore - is there anything he can't do?

    4 6.67%
  • Grundy - we knew he was groomed for something

    1 1.67%
  • Kirk - a mongrel punt never looked so good

    4 6.67%
  • Bevo - just to give Connolly more ammo

    4 6.67%
  • Jolly - why not

    17 28.33%
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Thread: Who could kick that after-the-siren winner?

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    Wouldnt mind it in Eskys hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2005 View Post
    Wouldnt mind it in Eskys hands.
    Is that only because it meant he would be playing?
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    At the risk of being seen as a bit predictable I had to go with the kid. He has a faultless 100% record. Nerveless and fearless - a goal kicking machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by connolly View Post
    At the risk of being seen as a bit predictable I had to go with the kid. He has a faultless 100% record. Nerveless and fearless - a goal kicking machine.
    You didn't pick Bevan did you?

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    Kirk. Seriously, that's exactly the sort of situation he would step up, and float a helicopter straight through the sticks. Buddha might give it nudge on the way as well....
    Officially on the Reid and Sumner bandwagon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSA5 View Post
    Kirk. Seriously, that's exactly the sort of situation he would step up, and float a helicopter straight through the sticks. Buddha might give it nudge on the way as well....
    Um. Helicopters don't float straight through.

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    Jude is actually pretty decent from a set shot (except when he is playing the Roos )

    I'm going the Jude Bolton option...

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    I think J Bolton's only made 1 set shot since prior to the '06 GF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain View Post
    Jude is actually pretty decent from a set shot (except when he is playing the Roos )

    I'm going the Jude Bolton option...
    WHAT! Surely you're joking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plugger46 View Post
    WHAT! Surely you're joking!
    Knew I would get that reaction! I have no stats, just seen him kick solid goals previously.

    I know it's an out of the box suggestion!

    By the way - would prefer Hall and Davis, but they are obviously not playing at the moment.

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    I always thought that Jude was a pretty reliable set shot for goal before the 2006 GF. Obviously he missed two sitters in that game, and last year was generally woeful in that department. But he's snared a couple from set shots this year and was looking OK until his misses against the Roos (which were admittedly difficult shots, though a single point from one of them would have been very nice in hindsight).

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    When I mentioned Jude Bolton - seriously, it was a joke.
    Wild speculation, unsubstantiated rumours, silly jokes and opposition delight in another's failures is what makes an internet forum fun.
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