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We should now be going to Jesse with a contract extension, saying this is what Freo value you at and this is how we value you.

Even if Freo come back if they get their hands on pick 5, if pick 11 doesn't come with it, we should tell Freo to GAGF.

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8 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Do they have 5? 

They had 6 which they have palmed off to Port. 5 would come from a Neale trade. They can't offer 5 if they don't have it.

I suspect as a poster pointed out above they will come back late after a Neale trade trying to sweeten the 11 and a future 2nd rounder offer with 5 and a future 2nd rounder.

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McClure reckons Wingard is worth two first rounders (he’s nominated Hawthorn) whilst Hogan is worth one. How does this guy remember to breathe? 

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It could be a very short tenure for Peter Bell if he walks away from this trade period without their two B & F winner in Neale or Jesse Hogan. The pressure is on them. They will cave

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Really enjoyed the guy calling in talking about how good Matt Taberner and Brennan Cox are.

In Cox's second season he kicked 18 goals. In Hogan's first season he kicked 44 goals.

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11 minutes ago, samcantstandya said:

Can't open what's it say

Freo is behind the Beams wants to go home story and Lions say it is BS.

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

McClure reckons Wingard is worth two first rounders (he’s nominated Hawthorn) whilst Hogan is worth one. How does this guy remember to breathe? 

He's lucky it's an automatic function.

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5 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

McClure reckons Wingard is worth two first rounders (he’s nominated Hawthorn) whilst Hogan is worth one. How does this guy remember to breathe? 

😄😄😄😄😄😄😄Brilliant

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2 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Freo is behind the Beams wants to go home story and Lions say it is BS.

Wow 😮 that has huge ramifications if true. The Bears will be furious. I don’t blame them. 

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9 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

McClure reckons Wingard is worth two first rounders (he’s nominated Hawthorn) whilst Hogan is worth one. How does this guy remember to breathe? 

I have listened over the last couple of mornings to trade radio and he really has absolutely no [censored] idea. 

He speaks absolute dribble and makes delsanto seem like a genius. 

He is a complete waste of time to listen to. 

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With this offer, Freo is sending a clear message: It will win the next 5 flags with its current list, and that Hogan would merely be surplus, maybe for the bench.

Makes sense to me.

Better put some money on that Freo 2019 premiership, and get a nice full back tattoo. Of Peter Bell. and Fyfe. Together, in a warm embrace.

 

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6 minutes ago, FarNorthernD said:

It could be a very short tenure for Peter Bell if he walks away from this trade period without their two B & F winner in Neale or Jesse Hogan. The pressure is on them. They will cave

I thought Burton at Adelaide was the worst AFL club administrator but Bell may get the gong. 

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Small man syndrome and ego are a bad combination. It’s not about ‘winning’ the trade it’s about coming up with a deal that is beneficial to both parties. That offer is quite possibly the worst thing Fremantle could have done. 

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Just now, Ethan Tremblay said:

Small man syndrome and ego are a bad combination. It’s not about ‘winning’ the trade it’s about coming up with a deal that is beneficial to both parties. That offer is quite possibly the worst thing Fremantle could have done. 

Imagine what Hogan is thinking. Fremantle  really don't rate me.  If they did they would make a realistic offer.

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I think the best thing we can do now, is talk to GC and see how we can get the May deal done, without the Hogan deal.

Next year's first pick, a pick this year, a player we are prepared to let go who wants to go there, or even get them to up the offer to Tyson and we pay some of the salary.

If we can somehow do that, then we simply state our minimum price for Hogan and if they don't pay it, he stays and we negotiate with West Coast next year, who hopefully act responsibly.

You never know, Jesse might be so angry at Freo, that he signs an extension with us and we move on.

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So Freo demand and receive pick 2 for Lachie someone (a real superstar that I cant remember his name) and offer pick 11 and steak knives for a genuine, hard to get gun fwd.

They deserve to win the spoon for 10 years trading like that.

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Small man syndrome and ego are a bad combination. It’s not about ‘winning’ the trade it’s about coming up with a deal that is beneficial to both parties. That offer is quite possibly the worst thing Fremantle could have done. 

Peter Bell managed to reference himself in his first press conference ("that would be a real feather in my cap"). Hey little fella, how about we park the ego and have a go at doing some business?

 

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Small man syndrome and ego are a bad combination. It’s not about ‘winning’ the trade it’s about coming up with a deal that is beneficial to both parties. That offer is quite possibly the worst thing Fremantle could have done. 

Agree

Just asking for a complete GaGF

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2 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Small man syndrome and ego are a bad combination. It’s not about ‘winning’ the trade it’s about coming up with a deal that is beneficial to both parties. That offer is quite possibly the worst thing Fremantle could have done. 

In his very first statement he made the trade period about him.  He won't pass his 3 month probation..

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We have rejected the offer and are happy to keep him and deal with west coast next year. 

Jay clark tweet. Sorry can’t copy the link atm

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1 minute ago, Left Field said:

Peter Bell managed to reference himself in his first press conference ("that would be a real feather in my cap"). Hey little fella, how about we park the ego and have a go at doing some business?

 

Well there ya go, says it all.

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