The Jet

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The Jet
Personal information
Nickname(s) Jobe
Original team Dragons FFC
Position(s) Utility
Club information
Current club Sin City Swamprats
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
S13
S14
S15
S17-
Total
Dragons FFC
West Coast Wonders
East Side Hawks
Sin City Swamprats
10 (3)
18 (26)
17 (10)
14 (5)
59 (44)
Representative team honours
Years Team Games (Goals)
Series 9
Series 11
Total
Allies
Vic Metro
5 (17)
5 (0)
10 (17)
1 Playing statistics to end of S17 .
Career highlights

The Jet (previously known as DonsStormLFC , Jobe3votes and HurleyGun) is a fantasy football player currently aligned to the Sin City Swamprats. He is infamous throughout the Sweet FA for his oft-criticised posting style yet his resilience is to be commended.

Career[edit]

Season 13[edit]

Jobe3votes began his career with the Dragons FFC, booting 10 goals in his 10 games, in a promising debut season.

Season 14[edit]

Jobe3votes continued his career at the West Coast Wonders, slotting 18 majors in 18 matches. Jobe was proud of his Wonders career but had to move on.

Season 15[edit]

Jobe3votes moved to the East Side Hawks amid controversy, and entrenched his infamous image in the league. He made it clear of his desire to play as a key position forward but it was not fruitful, kicking only eight goals for the season.

Taking on the role of match poster, with loopy_cam struggling with the duties of simming, Jobe enjoyed a newfound part to play, and as such was rewarded with the Frankston Rover Award.

Season 16[edit]

Jobe3votes announced his intent to leave the East Side Hawks, directing his attention towards expansion. He signed on to the OFG Warriors as vice captain of their bid, with intentions to be a leading driver in the entry.

Season 17[edit]

After a season off, he was announced as part of a package deal with then-Wonder ShaunDuggan to move to any club willing to take them up. Despite their strong Port Adelaide roots and policies, the Sin City Swamprats were the team to accept, and took both players on board.