Adrian Dodoro - Flankers into Mids since 2000


#1662

… who ever they get they’ll be very surprised they were still available.


#1663

He looks like he’s halfway through the cricket ball joke:

What have you got if you’ve got a cricket ball in this hand and a cricket ball in that hand?
A ■■■■■■ big cricket.


#1664

Not before their tragic accidents, anyway.


#1665

Without doubt the best trade period we have had since sheeds brained Freo in 95


#1666

Comes from a good family


#1667

That wouldn’t happen to be HOT CHIPS he’s eating??

@theDJR


#1668

Got such a thick head of hair. He’s how I picture bomb doe looks like, thinner version.


#1669

In all seriousness, they’ll have a list of guys they reckon will go from 30 on, and go for guys who haven’t been picked up yet.

And hopefully they ignore the BigFooty phantom drafts. There are always guys rated top 20 who either miss out, or get rookied in the 3rd round.


#1670

Ben brown was that bigfooty favourite for about 2-3 years before he got picked.


#1671

I’ll bow to your superior knowledge of BigFooty.


#1672

Saw this on BF when I was trying to find Bulldogs members threatening to microwave their memberships.


#1673

Does he approve of the MCG chips? That is the question.


#1674

McCartney is use to having speccies taken on him.


#1675

Ahahah! Brilliant


#1676

McCartney grew up as a fanatical Bomber fan, living in our Wimmera zone.

I remember the photo of his bedroom before Collingwood drafted him.

Drew Petrie and Aussie Jones were the same.


#1677

Dodoro.

Draft master
Trade wizard
Hot Chip reporter

This mans powers have no bounds.

Next he’ll be doing RadioDodoro @DJR


#1678

FAIL.

Gordon’s head should be on Grumpy Fat Girl.


#1679

What is this ‘gramma’ you speak of?


#1680

Correct.

:slight_smile:


#1681

Interesting that the public viewed EFC as the overwhelming winner of trade week, but AFL.com rated Port Adelaide’s trades the equal of ours. In their wildest dreams they might consider they got close, but we bolted this year’s trade win in, in a canter by the length of the Flemington straight.