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39 minutes ago, DavidNeitz9 said:

I like that trade CC, hope it goes through. I liked what i saw of Taberner in the last game against Essendon.

I'd love to see Hogan, T Mac and Taberner as our 3 tall forwards for next year. they're all elite runners and would cause havoc for opposition defenders. 

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Jesse going nowhere, boys and girls.

MFC has demanded at least pick 2 and Freos first rounder next year for Jesse. This is why Freo offered Weller and 5, for The Suns' pick 2. This will then be sent to us for Hogan along with their 2018

The club has someone else in their sights big time. Not Lever, that deal is done. I'll let you know if I can find out more

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1 minute ago, SFebey said:

If my source is correct, Jesse went to Perth before Bali, he then flew from Bali to WA to meet with Fyfe, came back to Melb shortly after attended races over the weekend and is flying back to Perth this week to meet Lyon. Grain of salt as I dont know the guy personally but seems he was spot on.

Who is your source? That sounds like a whole lot of dribble to me...

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1 minute ago, Vineytime said:

Who is your source? That sounds like a whole lot of dribble to me...

A Perth local who I've never met (as per my post). And as I said, may all be BS but he was right weeks ago.

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My favourite part is when people post things after the fact and report that they heard it from a source and then add something to it that may or may not happen to make it sound legit. 

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6 minutes ago, SFebey said:

If my source is correct, Jesse went to Perth before Bali, he then flew from Bali to WA to meet with Fyfe, came back to Melb shortly after attended races over the weekend and is flying back to Perth this week to meet Lyon. Grain of salt as I dont know the guy personally but seems he was spot on. This is why I think using Watts is a cop out. May all be BS at EOD

Could your source be Hogan’s Instagram..?

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Just now, Caligula's Cohort! said:

I'd love to see Hogan, T Mac and Taberner as our 3 tall forwards for next year. they're all elite runners and would cause havoc for opposition defenders. 

Taberner can go into the ruck as well if needed, King & Filipovic are a mile away. He's a better forward than a ruckman but if Gawn goes down he could help us in that area, definatly worth a look.

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8 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

My favourite part is when people post things after the fact and report that they heard it from a source and then add something to it that may or may not happen to make it sound legit. 

You should read over your own posts of late while you're at it ;)

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9 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

Could your source be Hogan’s Instagram..?

I was going to say I read all that on Hoge's Instagram two weeks ago. He outlined his travel plans for the off season there. 

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10 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Think I heard something on SEN about a pub investment in WA that Hogan may have been there for. Perhaps investment opportunity with Freo/WCE players. 

Now that makes a lot of sense.

In the old days players would come out and quash rumours. Now the advice is say nothing because then they will expect you to deny/confirm everything in the future. The classic conundrum.

Ah... life in the spotlight of social media.

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Just got an sms from the waitress who served Jesse and Nat their coffee.

She tells me that Jesse said to Nat that he was only having the coffee with him to stir up DL.

She then heard Nat say to Jesse, that if he grew his hair, he would show him how to tie up a man bun.

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15 minutes ago, Ron Burgundy said:

I'm not enjoying this trade period.

 

Yep, some on here have already microwaved the popcorn and can tell you how this movie will finish and can't wait to come out with the "I told you so" line.

If we were to lose Watts and Jesse can  someone explain to me how we will be better next year with two of our better players forward of centre gone?

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

Just got an sms from the waitress who served Jesse and Nat their coffee.

She tells me that Jesse said to Nat that he was only having the coffee with him to stir up DL.

She then heard Nat say to Jesse, that if he grew his hair, he would show him how to tie up a man bun.

Does Mrs Redleg know about this waitress Redleg???

Haha joking mate

 

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

Just got an sms from the waitress who served Jesse and Nat their coffee.

She tells me that Jesse said to Nat that he was only having the coffee with him to stir up DL.

She then heard Nat say to Jesse, that if he grew his hair, he would show him how to tie up a man bun.

did jesse have light/full/soy milk?

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5 minutes ago, Demon77 said:

Yep, some on here have already microwaved the popcorn and can tell you how this movie will finish and can't wait to come out with the "I told you so" line.

If we were to lose Watts and Jesse can  someone explain to me how we will be better next year with two of our better players forward of centre gone?

I should look it up before making calls, but didn't we have our biggest wins of the year without Jesse and a mobile forward line?

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4 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Just got an sms from the waitress who served Jesse and Nat their coffee.

She tells me that Jesse said to Nat that he was only having the coffee with him to stir up DL.

She then heard Nat say to Jesse, that if he grew his hair, he would show him how to tie up a man bun.

That's it, trade him now!

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10 minutes ago, Unleash Hell said:

I should look it up before making calls, but didn't we have our biggest wins of the year, this year without Jesse and a mobile forward line?

Yes we did, no denying that, but can that be repeated for a whole season?

With Jesse and Max out it gave us unpredictability for a while but we all saw how the season ended when we were worked out.

Watts was part of those big wins.

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If that Hogan itinerary is available on his Instagram then I apologise, I was simply just passing on, perhaps the bloke was getting it off there. Anyhow, who knows. We hold the cards, we want him and we will keep him unless something has gone sour. If not its P5 + next years first pick minimum.

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