All you questions have the same reply : the AFL has a standard operating procedure called SBROTD. ( She’ll Be Right On The Day ) and accordingly will make it up as they go along, with major changes introduced after the Hawthorn coach has a coffee with Gillon.
I’d forgotten about that, that thread was so funny, some of your best work!
Yeap, that’s the thread i keep thinking of whenever the diagrams come out.
A shame some of those links stopped working.
Blitz gold right there.
That’s one hell of a tall forward line/bench. Will you play one of them in the ruck so TIPPA/Raz can crumb any drops?
Anyone attend today?
I’ll get to it…
I know right, I’m starting to get the shakes…
I want your report tabled by 8am (Indian time).
I hadn’t thought about that side benefit of being here!
We’re being patient, but it’s taking too long.
Fixed to account for new “experimental” cloning in the dungeon.
Doesn’t answer all your questions but gives some idea how it’ll work.
You wonder whether a 10m circle line will be needed to mark out the zone?
Thanks but SHOW ME THE RULES. Because we know different teams are going to interpret the hell out of them rather than just stay in the AFL’s utopia bubble.
If you order dessert as well as an espresso, then you’re in big trouble.
Can a biomechanics expert explain how more players don’t kick the grass and snap their feet off ?
Some, like you might lose a complete leg.
I didn’t lose it. I still had it. Just not much use being able to carry it.
Unless your legs are different heights or your a complete clutz, this is highly unlikely for someone who has been playing AFL or soccer for awhile
I take it @deckham’s a big eater…
Deckham is like the mother bird. Out doing the hard yards, pre-digesting the tasty morsels, and flies back to the nest the long way after having a drink.
All the time to be pestered by noisy baby birds screaming for the tasty morsels and on her arrival saying “Fark Mum, why did you take the fark so long” ?