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16 hours ago, Abe said:

His post doesn't make sense GNF, it says that Jesse has been given time and space to work things out and deal with a personal issue, how can they claim they're doing that but also have a time frame on an answer from Jesse, surely it's one or the other. 

if he's genuinely torn than any time frame puts pressure on that decision which makes giving him time and space in a difficult time for his family totally pointless doesn't it?

if that's the way the club deals with a young man in a difficult time of his life i'd be really dissapointed, and absolutely shocked if Jesse is a demon by the end of trade week.

His post makes sense to me.

In fact, it makes sense generally.

 

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Just now, dazzledavey36 said:

Fwiw some chick on those facebook pages has claimed that Hogan has signed a 4 year deal and will be announced next week.

Some chick???

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4 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Fwiw some chick on those facebook pages has claimed that Hogan has signed a 4 year deal and will be announced next week.

I once claimed that I was from outer space, no one ever doubted it, must be true. As for Jessie, that's great news hooray!

 

 

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2 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Fwiw some chick on those facebook pages has claimed that Hogan has signed a 4 year deal and will be announced next week.

If true that would put him in FA at the end. Would make sense from his point of view. Hopefully again if true, it is a 4 year extension, giving us 5 more years at least. 

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44 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Fwiw some chick on those facebook pages has claimed that Hogan has signed a 4 year deal and will be announced next week.

You do know who that girl is?? Let's just say her dad is very well connected with Melbourne, as well as being a foundation hero.

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I have a feeling that this "some chick" is once again Dr Turfs daughter... which MAY slightly raise her credibility....

However i seem to recall she was the same person claiming Jack Watts was gone at the end of last season.... 

 

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51 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Fwiw some chick on those facebook pages has claimed that Hogan has signed a 4 year deal and will be announced next week.

Would be nice if it was Hogans girlfriend

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7 minutes ago, Micah said:

I have a feeling that this "some chick" is once again Dr Turfs daughter... which MAY slightly raise her credibility....

However i seem to recall she was the same person claiming Jack Watts was gone at the end of last season.... 

 

Yes i do recall that. Straight after the gws game she mentioned that.

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18 minutes ago, Micah said:

I have a feeling that this "some chick" is once again Dr Turfs daughter... which MAY slightly raise her credibility....

However i seem to recall she was the same person claiming Jack Watts was gone at the end of last season....

I don't think she was that wrong at the time.  Remember he had lots of chances last year and was dropped for the last game and we were looking for a decent offer to trade him.  We didn't get any decent offers (thank God) but I don't think the girl was wrong.

Lets hope she is right with Jesse!

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1 hour ago, Abe said:

Please explain Ron?

He seems to be saying that:

1 the club has put an offer to Hogan that they had hoped/expected he would have signed by now, but that he hasn't (seems credible); and

2. given the significant nature of Hogan's next contract, the importance of Hogan to the club and to our future list management, and Hogan's current trade value which seems likely to be greater this year than next, the club wishes/needs to know whether Hogan is going to extend his contract beyond next year before this year's trade period concludes because it may compromise Hogan's trade value if he actually wishes to leave the club  in 2017 and it also impacts upon the way we structure the list going forward (seems credible).

So, in short, I don't know if this is true, or if Flamingdees is pulling stuff out of his arse, but his post makes perfect sense to me.

 

 

 

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Just now, Ron Burgundy said:

He seems to be saying that:

1 the club has put an offer to Hogan that they had hoped/expected he would have signed by now, but that he hasn't (seems credible); and

2. given the significant nature of Hogan's next contract, the importance of Hogan to the club and to our future list management, and Hogan's current trade value which seems likely to be greater this year than next, the club wishes/needs to know whether Hogan is going to extend his contract beyond next year before this year's trade period concludes because it may compromise Hogan's trade value if he actually wishes to leave the club  in 2017 and it also impacts upon the way we structure the list going forward (seems credible).

So, in short, I don't know if this is true, or if Flamingdees is pulling stuff out of his arse, but his post makes perfect sense to me.

 

 

 

All of that makes sense, but he also said in a seperate post that the club is not putting pressure on Hogan and giving him space, i don't believe you can give him space and pressure him for a decision sooner than he'd like to make it, they can't trade him if he doesn't want to go.

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4 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Did anyone ask her where she got the info from?

 

yes , she said "can't say " 

and then is was stated this is a yoke by someone else 

and her reply was     Would never joke about Jesse haha

this was on a closed melbourne Facebook page

 Melbourne Football Club, The Mighty Demons

 

believe what you want , its on Facebook it must be true !

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yes , she said "can't say " 

and then is was stated this is a yoke by someone else 

and her reply was     Would never joke about Jesse haha

this was on a closed melbourne Facebook page

 Melbourne Football Club, The Mighty Demons

 

believe what you want , its on Facebook it must be true !

Ha no doubt. Take it to the bank then 

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