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    Quote Originally Posted by goswannies View Post
    Luffy delisted and relisted twice before making it under Roosey
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    Oops! Sorry yes he had s pretty good in the 96 GF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goswannies View Post
    Oops! Sorry yes he had s pretty good in the 96 GF!
    He actually retired at the end of 2001, half a season before Roos took over as coach.

    Kirk was the player who seemed destined for a curtailed career who was rescued by Roosey.

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    Perhaps not an amazing success story, but I'm pleasantly pleased and a little surprised by the advancements of George Hewitt. When the no frees for ducking interpretation came into effect I wondered how this would affect his game, but he has adjusted his game perfectly and enhanced his skill set. Has become a permanent member of the team as opposed to the fringe player who I thought may struggle.
    ‘It’s very hard to live in a studio apartment in San Jose with a man who’s learning to play violin.’ That’s what she told the police when she handed them the empty revolver.
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    Not to do with this topic - but the video RS posted of the twisters & turners featured Ted R several times (being evaded, not the evader) and it reminded me that I saw from Ted's Instagram account that he, his partner & child are moving to Melbourne. He didn't say but I assume he is moving there for a work opportunity. I hope he doesn't move his loyalties back to the Bombers along with the move!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meg View Post
    Not to do with this topic - but the video RS posted of the twisters & turners featured Ted R several times (being evaded, not the evader) and it reminded me that I saw from Ted's Instagram account that he, his partner & child are moving to Melbourne. He didn't say but I assume he is moving there for a work opportunity. I hope he doesn't move his loyalties back to the Bombers along with the move!
    Geoff Craighead played 7 games for the Swans in 1973. The Swans have since moved to Sydney and Greoff moved to America, but his loyalties are still with the Swans.

    I'd hazard a guess that Ted's premiership ties him to the Swans

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    Quote Originally Posted by liz View Post
    He actually retired at the end of 2001, half a season before Roos took over as coach.

    Kirk was the player who seemed destined for a curtailed career who was rescued by Roosey.
    Alright! Alright! I'm back in my box!!

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