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Heard on the Hill: ‘Bring back Choco’

It was rough for Port Adelaide fans as their side went down to the Brisbane Lions on Sunday night. That didn’t stop the Power fans (what was left of them) throwing out some of their worst.

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“Bring back Choco!”

The absolute peak of all Port Adelaide nuffies calls is demanding the return of premiership coach Mark ‘Choco’ Williams.

As the Power were getting smashed early, the blame was quickly heaped on Ken Hinkley.

This particular fan is going to feature on more than one time in the Power edition of Heard on the Hill throughout the year.

“Don’t touch Charlie, you’ll give away a free”

This is a very, very unfortunate sledge.

Brisbane Lions forward Charlie Cameron was dominating the game, and in the eyes of this Power fan, he was getting some favourable treatment from the men in green.

As ‘Charlie’ approached the contest, Darcy Byrne-Jones was watching him tightly, only for this fan to give out some handy advice to the Power defender.

Unfortunately for her, it wasn’t Charlie Cameron…it was Allen Christensen.

Yikes.

PHOTO: RTE

“I’ve seen better acting on Neighbours”

This sledge was dealt out after Brisbane’s Dayne Zorko went down fairly easily in a contest in a pack.

Simple, yet effective.

I’d personally love to see Zorko play a younger Harold.

“Your hands aren’t ping pong paddles, Charlie!”

Charlie Dixon makes it into this column for the second successive week, and his rather fascinating marking style.

The former Gold Coast Sun dropped his fair share of clunks on Sunday, and hit the ball with a flat hand.

Ouch.

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Jack grew up in Gawler, South Australia – just 45 minutes north of Adelaide – and has a passion for all things football and soccer. Jack has worked in the media for more than four years, and hosts his own sports show on Barossa radio station BBBfm. He previously played football for Elizabeth, South Gawler, Gawler Central and at junior level with Central District, and is a die-hard Port Adelaide fan.