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TOPIC: Collingwood v Melbourne

pollyanna Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #113

For the sake of your mental wellbeing Hypen, don't look at that clip of Eddie celebrating with the boys after the decision.
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hypen Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #114

I've gone back and read my posts, sorry for being an angry tosser.

I do feel strongly about this.

Do you think some are having trouble attributing that awful injury to someone playing the game in good faith? Cause he's been careless. That's just a fact. But careless doesn't mean you're not playing in good faith. Maynard's character is not in question here. I wish I had his guts in terms of ringing the mum and all.

In the modern game we don't have Basil Campbell, or Dippa, Carl Dietrich running around belting people. We have guys like Zorko, Maynard, Ziebell and yeah Fyfe being careless. It's always the same type of player.

They're careless and careless means accountable. It's so harsh on Maynard I know. But this is the price we accept in our game to stamp out CTE. Which is just horrific. Folks, it turns people into zombies! It's bloody awful.

It's a really bad thing for the game.
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jezzaargh Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #115

no need to apologise hypen.

you may well be an angry tosser, but you're Dockerland's angry tosser and it loves you for it. Except maybe Shane, who knows, he's as unfathomable as the ending of the Director's cut of Bladerunner
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TheColonel Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #116

Dont appologise for being a tosser - there is plenty on here that will do that for you.
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shane Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #117

That's unfair, jezzaargh. I've never said he was angry.
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hypen Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #118

That being vulnerable schtik only works on the TV, hey?
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Morgan Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #119

Hypen, it pains me to say this, but you’re not wrong. You're just right too early. Like Gerard Neesham.

When you think about the AFL and concussions, it helps to think of the old MLK quote about the arc of the moral universe being long, but bending toward justice.

Until the AFL comes out and says ‘it doesn’t matter what you do, if you hit a bloke in the head and he gets concussed, you’re getting suspend’, which I don’t think it will ever do, then every new case of a concussion is a test case. There are few each year, and in the aggregate the arc is slowly trending the right way. The arc just isn’t bending as fast as what you’d like, and arguably what it needs to.

But the AFL needs to bring its fans along for the journey, and I personally didn’t think what Maynard did was outside the parameters of what the AFL had set in 2023. In some amount of time, maybe next season, or a few seasons after that, those parameters will be different and the next bloke who does what Maynard did will get suspended.

And that bloke will probably be a Freo player, and Raglan Matt will be insufferable, and I’ll have to tell him he wasn’t wrong, and then delete my Dockerland account.
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Raglan Matt Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #120

Raglan Matt
Naah, Morgan, you won't have to, I know I won't be able to say it, but I can still think it.

And 5 minutes after you delete your account, you will be back as Fairchild or some such undetectable alias.
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jameshome Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #121

So if the rule is enforced or strengthened, why can't your own teammates be charged with reckless endangerment too? After all it's encumbent on all players, so regardless of which side you're on. E.G. Gary Rohan on Cameron.
[Wouldn't be entertained if Max Gaund or Nic-Nat had done it - it'd be "get out of the big blokes way".]
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Tragic Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #122

Bennet Omalu is a Nigerian and American physician, forensic pathologist and neuropathologist who was the first to discover and publish findings on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in American football players. He has expressed the view that all the sports that carry risk of CTE will be gone in a generation. I am not sure I agree with him but he has a cogent argument. There is apparently already evidence that the higher socio economic classes children are not engaging in contact sports.

Bennet Omalu interview
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DS Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #123

And yet UFC seems to continue to grow.
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Morgan Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #124

In a generation the AFL will look like Gaelic Football with an oval ball and marking. The AFL just doesn't want to flick the switch overnight and alienate half the people who watch it now.

You could make the argument that's at the expense of the players' health, but the AFL players also like being paid well for what they do so making the transition at a pace that players and fans can accept is also in the players' interests.

I know people like to bag the AFL, and often have good reason, but I think they are doing a reasonable job of a really difficult transition.
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jas Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #125

RM, Not sure there is any bookie who is currently solvent that would offer better than even on that. You'd have more luck getting odds on which player it is. I'd go with Lachie Schultz 1st, then Luke Ryan, as guys who show some desperation, which will next year be interpreted as not showing due care to your opponent. If Zac'ry Dawson was still playing, he'd be the unbackable favourite...
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Quasimodo Collingwood v Melbourne 8 months 1 week ago #126

ZD had stacks of care he was just a clumsy oaf.

I wouldn’t last a minute in AFL I’m a good natured fella but a big oaf and clumsy as hell most likely I’d trip over my own feet and land on someone and get 6 weeks.
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