Aussie Rules Football Play Of The Year!

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in Sports

Check out Andrew Walker use his opponent like a bitch. Aussie Football just became the most bad-ass of all sports.
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Female 2,415
Aussie Rules Football is the roughest, toughest sport I have ever heard of... the two rules (the only two that I know of and please correct me if I`m wrong) that they have for on-field conduct are: 1) no elbowing, and 2) no tackles below the knees. Yup, that means that anything else is ok. They do not even stop the game if a fight breaks out!! Not even rugby compares, because these guys wear less protective equipment than rugby players!
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Female 535
Dis it all you want. That was pretty awesome.
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Male 59
"...they were still drinking tinny`s and smoking fags at half time in the 70s..."

@apedrana - hahaha! ...I think we had better clarify for users of the North American lexicon that "fags" is an Australian colloquialism for cigarettes. (Lest Aussie rules lose its newly-bestowed "badass" rep!)
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Male 144
nospoons, you are, as they say, a drating moron. fair enough if you dont understand the game or dont like it, but dont try and break it down and ridicule it, you can apply that same stupid logic to any sport. you obviously dont understand sports whatsoever.
As for you Lionheart2, spoken like a true over the hill hack! the game today has ten times the skill and speed compared to 20years ago. they were still drinking tinny`s and smoking fags at half time in the 70s, you just cant compare the two, the sport has evolved, obviously not to your liking, but the fact that the AFL isnt broke and its now the number 1 game in Australia, says its done something right!
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Male 184
Aussie rules is stupid for the following reasons;

1. It is the only sport where you have `behinds` a second set of goals around the main ones, you get a point for missing the real goal but being nice and close so you get a point or else you might be sad or cry or something.

2. Restarts and `kick off`s involve the referee throwing the ball backwards over his head and bouncing the ball really hard on the ground respectively. Both totally random and stupid / skill-less.
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Male 166
Powerful, powerful metaphore, Lionhart.
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Male 4,902
Badassness
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Male 139
that was the least special play i have ever seen.
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Male 8,302
> Aussie Football just became the most bad-ass of all sports

Um no, 20 years too late. Back in the 70`s and 80`s every mark was like this, you weren`t a Pro if you couldn`t take a high mark like this. Then the game pansied down and the players started trading contracts for skill, so that now a mark like this is rare.

So no, Oz Riles didn`t `just become` badass, just one sunflower doing what was normal 20 years ago in a field of daffodils.
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Male 802
I`m pretty sure if some guy tried to mount me like that I`d punch him in the penis. Or is that against the rules?
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Male 11,740
We need some of this in the NFL.
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Male 192
lol i`m not into aussie rules but i saw this same clip on tv at the gym the other day, pure awesome.
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Male 1,625
don`t worry paddy, its just a chantard who thinks he`s funny for saying `handegg` in place of football because he can`t accept there are many versions of football and the `typical` football in europe is called soccer (association football)
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Male 153
uh f uck this poo
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Male 768
Rugby League > Aussie Rules > Rugby Union > Grid-Iron

4 completely different games.
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Male 768
Saying Rugby and AFL are the same is like saying that netball and basketball are the same.. They have certain similarities but its a completely different ruleset and play of the game.
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Male 25,416
Aussie rules football. they do this sort of thing quite often
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Male 1,678
"I`m sorry, you had a typo, it`s "Aussie Handegg", fore a second I though I would actually see a real football where a foot is used in order to play."

Aussie rules uses the feet to dribble, pass and shoot. You also use your hands of course, but kicking the ball with your foot is a massive part of the game.
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Male 12,365
Australian (not many) rules football, the hardest version of football. Are there are any other variants of football in which this would be an allowed move?
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Male 2,841
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Male 1,216
I`m sorry, you had a typo, it`s "Aussie Handegg", fore a second I though I would actually see a real football where a foot is used in order to play.
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Male 25
lol @ loling at people who can`t tell the difference between two very similar looking sports. How funny they must be.
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Male 83
lol @ everyone saying "i love rugby". Its not rugby.
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Male 383
Some of the differences between rugby and AFL: AFL is played on an oval pitch (usually), AFL uses 11 players (rugby has 15), and the scoring for the kicking is different. Rugby league can be seen as a sort of bridge between Rugby union (`normal` rugby) and AFL. In short the three sports have numerous similarities but are different in certain rules, pitch and scoring.
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Male 532
Then I stand corrected. I`ve never heard of Australian rules football. Looks like a rugby ball that they`re playing with, what are the differences between that game and Rugby?
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Male 33
Aussie rules always seems to be a cross of rugby and gaelic
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Male 864
*facepalm* I`m sorry. Not all us Americans see a sport and think it`s just a different country`s version of football. I know this is rugby. I love rugby.
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Male 249
i still have no idea how to play this game
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Female 1,008
VAJENGA

I`t s a sport called Australian rules football just as the title says...
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Male 532
That`s Rugby,not football or football(soccer)just sayin`. I have no idea what the rules are in that sport, but I`ve watched whole games and it makes American football look like a game of nerf two hand touch. Those are some manly bastards that lot!
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Male 20,178
Link: Aussie Rules Football Play Of The Year! [Rate Link] - Check out Andrew Walker use his opponent like a bitch. Aussie Football just became the most bad-ass of all sports.
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