Best Rover over the past 50 years

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Re: Best Rover over the past 50 years

Postby Drake Huggins » Wed 03 Jan 2018 8:10pm

Silvio was the archetypal wide receiver. My dad was in the Wehrmacht. Wasn't an advocate for Italian's courage and loyalty,.
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Re: Best Rover over the past 50 years

Postby whiskers3614 » Wed 03 Jan 2018 8:17pm

Drake Huggins wrote:Silvio was the archetypal wide receiver. My dad was in the Wehrmacht. Wasn't an advocate for Italian's courage and loyalty,.


My parents were subject to Italian occupation during WW2
My old man said they were more interested in rooting than fighting!
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Re: Best Rover over the past 50 years

Postby oh when the » Fri 05 Jan 2018 8:03pm

Was it Silvio who kicked the goal over his head at Moorabbin?
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Re: Best Rover over the past 50 years

Postby Winmar » Thu 11 Jan 2018 12:48pm

In my time it's Nathan Burke. If he'd played last century, Steven would have been a rover too, so he'd be second. Not sure who after that. Danny Craven? :)
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