TOPIC: Ex Docker Moller

FD1016 Ex Docker Moller 3 months 11 hours ago #1

FD1016
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moptop Ex Docker Moller 3 months 11 hours ago #2

moptop
I didn't really understand what that article was about but I'm glad to see Teen Wolf is still living the dream.
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rogerrocks Ex Docker Moller 3 months 7 hours ago #3

rogerrocks
Looks like playing footy was good for his basketball.
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Pav353 Ex Docker Moller 2 months 4 weeks ago #4

Pav353
Never rated him not even at WAFL level , I am glad he is playing a sport he is good at , because he wasn't much of a footballer
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Matebe Ex Docker Moller 2 months 4 weeks ago #5

Matebe
At least he's making news headlines for good reasons rather than, I don't know, accosting those car window washer guys who hang out at traffic lights or something.
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Corporal Agarn Ex Docker Moller 2 months 4 weeks ago #6

Corporal Agarn
Or setting fire to houses, ripping off car windscreen wipers, robbing banks, picking up drug convictions or stalking and harassing ex partners.

Of course only one club can do all that.
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pollyanna Ex Docker Moller 2 months 4 weeks ago #7

pollyanna
We carried Moller for a long time - ever since he was 15 or so - as a NSW academy pick (or something). He was always a basketballer, we could never make him a footballer. I think he tried, loved all the cash/support and attention until it came time to take some WAFL bruises on cold/wet days in Mandurah.

I hope we've learnt a lesson from that - looks like he did. Didn't we draft another basketball player recently?
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purple mao Ex Docker Moller 2 months 3 weeks ago #8

purple mao
Not a stupid idea. Josh Jenkins and Hugh Greenwood are pretty handy ex-basketballers turned footballers.
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