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He was interviewed at the Heartland Training session at Toorak Park, no idea what he said  BUT highlight of the day for my 2 little boys... Jesse walked passed us on the way home and said by

The club is very confident that: Hogan will re-sign to a long term contract this calendar year. Despite reports to the contrary discussions with his manager are on-going and positive.  We got c

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Is it unwise to offer a 20 year deal?

Cameron Ling and Matthew Richardson don't think so http://www.3aw.com.au/news/cameron-ling-and-matthew-richardson-says-melbourne-should-offer-jesse-hogan-a-contract-for-life-20150810-givjr0.html

Ling: "Hogan could be to Melbourne what legendary basketballer Michael Jordan was to the Chicago Bulls"

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Cameron Ling and Matthew Richardson don't think so http://www.3aw.com.au/news/cameron-ling-and-matthew-richardson-says-melbourne-should-offer-jesse-hogan-a-contract-for-life-20150810-givjr0.html

Ling: "Hogan could be to Melbourne what legendary basketballer Michael Jordan was to the Chicago Bulls"

it's a tough gig in the medja game

gotta come up with something sensational every week to stay relevant

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If the mfc offered jesse a 10 year deal at 1 mil plus would anyone on here object??

I think we should back-pay him with an apology for only offering $500k.

Seriously though, it might all come down to team balance and success over the duration. Fingers crossed that we'll have a real issue in managing the cap in the years to come due to all of or stars.

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If the mfc offered jesse a 10 year deal at 1 mil plus would anyone on here object??

How could anyone object, it's not like we have poached him from another team, or through FA....we have drafted this guy as an underage player .....I think his team mates wouldn't have a problem with it, which can be a downside to getting a highly paid player on a teams list....

He wears the number 1 and has been with us since he was 17... We all know he is worth it.

He is a " marquee player " which will result in people signing up for memberships and the sales of merchandise and numbers through the gates...If we loose this guy it will be the biggest mistake the MFC has ever made.

What would other teams be offering him? If Boyd is worth 1 mil/year for WB

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If the mfc offered jesse a 10 year deal at 1 mil plus would anyone on here object??

Surely, some Godfather-like offer has already been put to him.

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Cameron Ling and Matthew Richardson don't think so http://www.3aw.com.au/news/cameron-ling-and-matthew-richardson-says-melbourne-should-offer-jesse-hogan-a-contract-for-life-20150810-givjr0.html

Ling: "Hogan could be to Melbourne what legendary basketballer Michael Jordan was to the Chicago Bulls"

Best thing I've ever heard, lets hope it happens!

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As Carey said yesterday he is just a player that demands the ball and wants to be the one to kick the goals. I just love his contested marking work and every time the ball goes in his direction you are just so confident he will mark it. He run up still looks weird but he is one of the reasons I look forward to going to the footy.

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If the mfc offered jesse a 10 year deal at 1 mil plus would anyone on here object??

No. Whatever it takes.

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And he has got that natural football timing thing that you just can't teach. He instinctively knows when to body his opponent and how to give himself the advantage.

He is sort of the anti Col Sylvia who was always half a beat behind most others whereas Jesse is has it sussed well before everyone else.

Edit. And thanks for the clips HH. He is going to be making defenders look silly for a long time to come

Edit 2. And whilst I would like to have Cripps in Red and Blue is there a supporter in the comp who would rather have him than Hogan? Jesse has had the number one defender play on him since the first round, the best, strongest and most experienced of every team and has lowered their colours more often than not. Honestly just call the press conference, apologise for the delay and give him the rising star

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Every week he seems to raise the bar of his abilities. 4 weeks left in his first season on playing on AFL defenders, what more can he achieve?

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