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Poll: Vickery: How many weeks?

Retiring Eagle Dean Cox and Tiger Ivan Maric battle in the ruck.

For how many weeks should Tyrone Vickery be suspended?

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13%

1

3%

2

7%

3

10%

4

19%

5

10%

6+

38%

Total votes: 3698.

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3 comments so far

  • time to get the snipers out of the game forever. Vickery uses his obvious lack of skill to level the playing field against better opponents

    Commenter
    HANS
    Location
    MELBOUNRE
    Date and time
    July 26, 2014, 10:55AM
  • Obviously the Zero, 1 & 2 week poll'ers are deluded and those options are ridiculous. It was a Barry Hall moment without ANY niggle, acted out on one of the nicest blokes around.

    Commenter
    AFL rules
    Location
    Date and time
    July 26, 2014, 11:24AM
  • should also poll how many weeks should cox get for his elbow

    Commenter
    bruce
    Location
    Date and time
    July 26, 2014, 2:04PM

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