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6 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

can they sell the farm though ?

Yep, trade out one of their better GF players and get a higher 1st round pick.  GCS looking for a top 5 pick because they thought we could get it.  If we can't they look at the next best offer for May.

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Fremantle are Dead Set Criminals!

They think they can [censored] rape clubs for players whilst also copping blow jobs during the trade period.

FREO FU.K OFF! 

Brisbane handed over Pick 2 for Weller.

Freo won’t accept Pick 5 for Neale.

Freo want to give Pick 11 and 28 for Hogan? What a joke...

Clubs need to stop dealing with these pricks! 

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9 hours ago, Older demon said:

Consider a different scenario, Neale decides he doesn't want to go to Brisbane if Beams isn't going to be there. There goes Pick 5 to the Dockers and dare I say their bargaining power for Hogan. All deals off and we have to promise next years draft to get May

What happens if GC are looking for a 55 plus goal kicking, Carey like bull to replace the one that walked out???

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Truly interesting.

Brinkmanship at its best. 

It is possible that Freo love Jessie and are just playing hardball as a negotiation stance. Most negotiators will stick by their ambit position for as long as possible. What they have put is only ridiculous if you think Hogan is a star. Unlike your stars of the game, he has not proved himself in a sustained way. 

More likely is that Freo would like Jessie but like others in the footy world (including the Dees) have their doubts about his value and longevity.  Also Jessie may seem less than enthusiastic about joining Freo creating further doubts about the deal. Not good if you offering him mega bucks and he seems a little detached and not jumping for joy. They want him but are not prepared to sell the farm.

If I was Freo, I would not change my position. 

See how he goes next season and if he does okay then come knocking. 

The Dees are the loser because they end up with a player that is not switched on, maybe on the side lines with injury, and is not going to remain integral to their game plan in the future.

Unless, Jessie gets his act together, plays great footy, falls in love with the Dees and commits to a Demon future. Now that would be something!

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I wonder if West Coast see an opportunity here. If they were to shop around a player or two in a package deal and nab a top ten pick, they could make a quick deal with Melbourne and snatch Jesse right out from under Fremantle. It's highly unlikely, but it would be absolutely hilarious if it happened.

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20 minutes ago, Thehardtackler said:

SEN suggesting that 11 & a Future First might be the best Freo offer. 

They can't. They've already traded their future 3rd rounder. Means they can't trade their future 1st Round Pick, only 2nd, 4th, 5th etc...

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3 minutes ago, Vineytime said:

Karl Langdon on Twitter: 

“interest in Hogan waning in the West”

 

 

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Is this the same Karl Langdon who claimed Hogan was stating in Melbourne according to his mum? 

Bloke talks out of his back pocket. 

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46 minutes ago, DubDee said:

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

Which in a nut shell mfc's trading philosophy is to be fair, not play hardball or bend other clubs over (bingo) and get traded done The Kent deal being a good example.

After all it's not as if they get new clubs to trade with every year or this is the lady year of trading.

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1 hour 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? 

Tattooed to the inside of his eye lids

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5 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Coby on Trade Radio...

Out yourself! Who are you?

what did he say ?

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24 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Dockerland

Unremarkably, Freo supporters reckon Bell and Rosich are geniuses.

Good God. That was a fantastically humorous read. 

They have no idea...

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7 minutes ago, MadAsHell said:

They can't. They've already traded their future 3rd rounder. Means they can't trade their future 1st Round Pick, only 2nd, 4th, 5th etc...

they could if they trade in a future 3rd rounder though.....quite feasible

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23 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Dockerland

Unremarkably, Freo supporters reckon Bell and Rosich are geniuses.

After paying Dockerland a visit, I would like to extend my thanks to @Demonland for giving us a user friendly and visually attractive site to discuss our team on.

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3 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

what did he say ?

Essentially all of the key points of the last 10 pages

Was good, they gave him a prize

I think even McClure learned something 

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3 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Interesting punctuation...

D^~khead!

Looks like some of the stuff here... maybe DV8 is really Langdon?

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1 minute ago, daisycutter said:

they could if they trade in a future 3rd rounder though.....quite feasible

In theory yes. Not too sure how many of their players have that currency though...

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https://www.perthnow.com.au/sport/afl-trades/afl-trades-2018-demons-reject-fremantles-first-jesse-hogan-offer-ng-b88988406z

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MELBOURNE have reportedly rejected Fremantle’s offer of pick No.11 and a future second-round selection for spearhead Jesse Hogan.

The deal is understood to be the Dockers’ first official offer to the Demons, who appear set on receiving a pick in the draft’s top 10 for the 23-year-old key forward.

Hogan toured the Dockers’ Cockburn facilities last week but has yet to publicly declare he wants to shift home to WA with a year still to run on his Demons contract.

However the two clubs are openly discussing a deal for him. The news of the Demons rejecting the offer was reported by multiple outlets on Thursday afternoon.

A report on The Herald Sun raised a move to West Coast next year as a possibility for Hogan should the Dockers fail to get a deal done before next Wednesday’s trade deadline.

Fremantle traded away their No.6 draft pick to Port Adelaide on Thursday morning, leaving pick No.11 as their first selection but arming them with two second-round picks to use in negotiations.

The club could possibly get back into the top-10 at this year’s draft if they agree to shift Lachie Neale to Brisbane in return for pick No.5.

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1 minute ago, MadAsHell said:

In theory yes. Not too sure how many of their players have that currency though...

they give us 5 when they get it and 2019 ist rounder, we give them a 2019 3rd rounder.....not hard, but in their current absence of any intelligence i can't see it happening

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