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MegaA
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You think if Frankston and Coburg could get top line VFL players or EX AFL players they wouldn't do so ? They have no choice other than recruiting the way they do. Solely recruiting in that way only brings limited success.

The club that the player is taken from are not always happy but... the players are! Most of them say "Ports a destination club, it was a dream and ambition of mine to come to the great high achievers of Port Melbourne". Port should be congratulated for making many dreams come true over the years. 

It's not as if Williamstown and Port don't lose players, Ports lost two big names already, thats football, players come and they go, from surprisingly... even top line heavyweight VFL clubs, as Darryn Hynch would say "That's life".

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THE VFLS MOST SUCCESSFUL CLUB - THE MIGHTY PORT MELBOURNE BOROUGH!

I'M PORT MELBURNE BORN, I'M PORT MELBOURNE BRED, I'LL BE PORT UNTIL I'M DEAD!!!

Robbo

Frankston today announced the signing of former Richmon and Port Adelaide player Jay Schulz as senior assistant coach for 2020

digs

Do Port know about this ??

We might be from the bush. but we ain't green

Bearsman
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Dolphins working hard to bolster their coaching ranks for next year. Jay Shultz and now Lachlan Oakley ex Sandy. Not too much to report on player signings, a few promising kids inc Bailey Lambert son of Craig from Richmond VFL. 

A number of supporters were hoping for a few ex players to return this year but looks like it wont be happening. Baguely has signed with Langwarrin and Lewis Pierce likely to play for Mt Eliza. Pierce is good enough to dominate at VFL level an a second Frankston B&F would get him on the AFL radar again. What a waste...

Bearsman
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Skybus has recommitted to naming rights at Skybus Stadium for another 3 years.

Fantastic news for Frankston!

 

paul

Brilliant!

vfa
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Will get to a few dolphins games this  year including the night games against Essendon and Richmond.

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