Discussion in 'ORFFA' started by melbandy, Apr 28, 2012.
Welcome to the Nuna Nuffers information and propaganda distribution network!!!!
We are watching.
Construction of our Colosseum (picture not to scale)continues day and night (seems to pick up after the weekend). Welcome to the Heinekin Colosseum - home of the Nunna Nuffrs. Where opposition teams come to die. We salute you! Your death makes us pretty in the eyes of the Gods.
Here's a group shot of our top eight ticket holders. Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond their control they may be unable to attend all home games.
Helpful usher directing eager supporters to vacant box office window to purchase memberships
Current membership is approx. 2-300 million
Is it still a membership if you were conscripted?
Dodgy doings here, this could be the next media scandal
I'll be super impressed if Jacko makes it to your games!
Looking forward to playing in the colosseum.
Thanks for visiting guys. Although I'm surprised you managed to get out. I'll have a word to security.
You can check out anytime, but you can never leave.
Obviously a coach with a strong business mind. Snagging Heinekin as a sponsor a powerful move and a nice kick in the nuts to the major Australian breweries who have left Andrew Demitriou sitting in his Toyota with nothing to drink.
A strong focus on getting some 'identities' behind the team to help the membership roundup. Eddie would be jealous. And the deal with Madam Tussaud to have Michael provide the half time entertainment is nothing short of a stroke of genius. Don't know what the Battlers are going on about.
No need to tell us about the geography and stuff. Jason will be along shortly to stick up a map for you.
We're having a Family Fun Day at the Nuffery. All Welcome this Sunday. Mum will love the carnival atmosphere.
Some fun memories from the last one we did before being elevated to the Big League
Ah...man we laughed and laughed
And Mel Gibson came in character to give some Hollywood to the whole affair.
See you all there.
Some of you may have noticed in the SunHun that Megan is going to the Cannes film festival as an ambassador.
What they didn't report is that she's going at the behest of the Nuffers to introduce a warts and all, gritty documentary called 'Under Pressure'.
It's all about the first weeks of the Nunawading Nuffers from a crazy idea that maybe we could pull this off, to the negotiations with sponsors, government representatives, local community, etc. Then the excitement and drama of the draft. The wonderful embrace of the community when the players were presented with their jumpers. Right up to the first match (which is still to be edited for the final cut).
Special thanks to Shaun for letting me paint Meg and thanks Meg for standing nude for 3 days until I got it just right.
The Nuffers finally made it back from the Far Kew Round 1 adventure today.
All had a wonderful time after the match and came home with the spoils of victory. At least we think we won (still waiting for official confirmation) and we partied like it's 1999
Prince had to leave early to do his show but the girls only left this morning. We gave them cab fare and told them not to talk to any footy journos.
All welcome to our big Parma & Piss Thursday after training.
Who know's you might even get lucky. Beers and goggles provided.
See you there!
The Nuffers list is certainly affected this week. A combination of injuries, poor form, rotation policy and slow recovery from the Parma & Piss night have taken their toll.
The boys need to drink a concrete milkshake and harden up!
The Nuffers line to see the club doctor is longer than the line for the methadone program queue across the road at chemist warehouse.
Pretty sure we'd still beat the Dees though.
Only got 11 able bodies to make the trip to Cradle Mountain. Gonna be cold, wet and miserable, and that's just on the way to Tullamarine.
Looking to see if I can sneak in a couple of ring ins from Mitcham FC.
Lost again but we had a win of sorts. Gariwerd came over in a fancy coach. We liked it so much we stole it while they were in the change rooms. They had to catch a train to get home.
We are on the way to Birdsville with a full team this week (hence the need for a coach).
Just crossed the border.
The Nuffers need to break the culture of loss they have developed. We're gonna learn to play unsociable footy. Going to a workshop at Eastland tonight to learn some new techniques.
Here a photo of the trainers for tonight's session
Looking forward to hosting the boys from Bendigo parts at the Nuffery this week. Used to do a fair bit of drinking, shooting and fishing around those parts when I wore a younger man's clothes. Hope their supporters have short memories.
We've been practising for the pre match entertainment. Unfortunately the volunteer queue is pretty short.
Why are you wearing young man's clothes (ostensibly better than young women's clothes we admit)? Were you trying to be fashionable? Or they just didn't have any old men's clothes? Were they more comfortable for fishing and shooting?
35 years ago I was a younger man. Snappy threads.
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