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He always seems like that.



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Hey guys, is it just me or did Dane Swan look really bitter and grumpy handing the Brownlow over to Watson?
He was hammered.

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Guerra and Mcglynn both officially ruled out of the grand final with hamstring injuries. Tom Murphy looking to be unlucky yet again, making away for the returning Luke Hodge.

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MIGHTY SWANS TO WIN THE GRAND FINAL

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I was watching a bit of AFL earlier on ESPN here in the UK and it actually looks okay. I was watching the Swans face Collingwood and it look like a fun game to watch. How fun is it to follow though if you support a team, does it get more exciting?



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Of course it does.

You want your team to be the best and watching players develop and all that stuff is great.



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depends. sometimes i wish i didn't follow a team so i could enjoy the game more, instead of liking/disliking teams. but that will always develop no matter that sport is watched.

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IMO theres differnt types of fans when it comes to footy

There are the fans that just love the AFL as a sport. Sure they will obviously follow a team, but they usually wont get to up and about, about rivalries etc. They just love the game. Usually the smarter football fans too

Then you'll find the passionate ones that love their club, and absoloutely hate their rivals. IMO these people dont have the greatest football smarts except for about their own club.

Im probably a mix of both as are most people. I love the sport, and I'm passionate for my club.

To answer your question no you dont need to follow a team to enjoy it, but it does help

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Guerra and Mcglynn both officially ruled out of the grand final with hamstring injuries. Tom Murphy looking to be unlucky yet again, making away for the returning Luke Hodge.
I was hoping & praying that Schoenmakers would get banned for the stupid barge last week and miss out as there's no way Clarko's going to drop him regardless of how shit & stupid he is.

Has there been much reaction or speculation about Schoenmakers since the game on Saturday? Hopefully Stratton's been praised for his match saving tackle!

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I was watching a bit of AFL earlier on ESPN here in the UK and it actually looks okay. I was watching the Swans face Collingwood and it look like a fun game to watch. How fun is it to follow though if you support a team, does it get more exciting?
It is better but you can still enjoy neutral games anyway. I got into the Hawks just over two years ago when I started to watch it on ESPN because they were on a lot. They bombed in the first round of the finals though. Last year was a lot better though because I learned more about the team & the game too, plus I went out to Melbourne to watch a few games which are amazing live. It hurt big time losing in the prelims but that's part of supporting teams. This year it's felt great though and getting up at 4.30am or 5.30am like I'll have to this weekend for the grand final isn't a problem and all worth it, even if we lose.
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