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16 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

GC17 can still bid on all three White lads under the academy process 

the white lads have the power to nominate father/son (mfc) or academy (gcfc) prior to the draft.

where they go is up to them if they choose to nominate. end of story.

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31 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

GC17 can still bid on all three White lads under the academy process 

And the AFL sometimes wonder why some people believe they are a corrupt organisation

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

the white lads have the power to nominate father/son (mfc) or academy (gcfc) prior to the draft.

where they go is up to them if they choose to nominate. end of story.

Do not worry people. If Kalani is good enough come draft year he will be a Demon should we want him. Talked to him and dad at a local under 17 game up here in Qld and both are mad Demons.

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1 hour ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Which draft year are we looking at? 2024 or 2025?

He is only playing under 17's this season so would think 2025

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2 minutes ago, Nascent said:

He will be eligible for the draft in 2025.

Noah yze is next year but will probably need to develop his footy a bit more as a top ager in 2024.

conflicting info on his age

is he 16 or 17 this year?

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9 hours ago, whatwhat say what said:

GC17 can still bid on all three White lads under the academy process 

No they can’t. Similar to the Ashcroft boys who had/have the option of more than one club, it’s up to them to decide.

I’ll never understand why people post stuff like this as if it’s fact when in reality they don’t know what they’re talking about. 

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12 hours ago, daisycutter said:

conflicting info on his age

is he 16 or 17 this year?

He can be both 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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16 hours ago, Dee Boys said:

No they can’t. Similar to the Ashcroft boys who had/have the option of more than one club, it’s up to them to decide.

I’ll never understand why people post stuff like this as if it’s fact when in reality they don’t know what they’re talking about. 

There is a difference between bid and nominate. Ashcroft nominated Brisbane and was bid on by North.

White can nominate Melbourne but there is nothing stopping GCS bidding on him.  its up to Melbourne to match the bid.

I never understand why people post stuff which is just plain wrong and shows they don't know what they are talking about. Still school holidays isnt it.

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Hopefully Kalani wishes to be a Demon like his Dad.

Jeff White was always an exciting player to watch with his huge leaping.

It would be a fantastic story if he joined us under the Father-Son Rule. Kalani learning under Max Gawn and Brodie Grundy would also be very appealing.

Will be interesting if he ends up growing taller than his Dad too?

Anyway, I wish him and his younger brothers all the best with their football journey.

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2 minutes ago, Supreme_Demon said:

Hopefully Kalani wishes to be a Demon like his Dad.

Jeff White was always an exciting player to watch with his huge leaping.

It would be a fantastic story if he joined us under the Father-Son Rule. Kalani learning under Max Gawn and Brodie Grundy would also be very appealing.

Will be interesting if he ends up growing taller than his Dad too?

Anyway, I wish him and his younger brothers all the best with their football journey.

jeff was 195cm. kalani is reportedly already 197cm

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1 hour ago, Supreme_Demon said:

Hopefully Kalani wishes to be a Demon like his Dad.

Jeff White was always an exciting player to watch with his huge leaping.

It would be a fantastic story if he joined us under the Father-Son Rule. Kalani learning under Max Gawn and Brodie Grundy would also be very appealing.

Will be interesting if he ends up growing taller than his Dad too?

Anyway, I wish him and his younger brothers all the best with their football journey.


They're fanatical Dees fans and the boys have been looked after by the club.
If he's good enough, he's a Demon.

 

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3 hours ago, BangBnagBang said:

There is a difference between bid and nominate. Ashcroft nominated Brisbane and was bid on by North.

White can nominate Melbourne but there is nothing stopping GCS bidding on him.  its up to Melbourne to match the bid.

I never understand why people post stuff which is just plain wrong and shows they don't know what they are talking about. Still school holidays isnt it.

Huh? What you’ve said goes without saying. GC bidding on a player who hasn’t nominated them would have absolutely nothing to do with “the academy process” as the OP stated 🤨

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