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If Jack Trengrove does not get picked up by another AFL Club, is there any chance he could Captain Casey in 2018.

He would be a sensational role model for younger players coming into the game at a higher level.

It would be a pity to lose a person like him from the Demons, although I could fully understand if he wanted to start a new life outside the "Goldfish Bowl "of AFL.

EDIT: As of 3/11/17 Jack Trengove was signed by Port Adelaide as a Delisted Free Agent.

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I think Jack will either get picked up or go play for Sturt.  

He would walk into the SANFL as a star.  

I can’t talk highly enough of him. Another Demon cut down by injury.

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57 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

I think Jack will either get picked up or go play for Sturt.  

He would walk into the SANFL as a star.  

I can’t talk highly enough of him. Another Demon cut down by injury.

Can't see it. 

This is a young ambitious man with intelligence and talent to have a very successful career and life. 

I think he will move on. 

He has played at the highest level and been a Co/ Captain if an AFL side. 

I can't see him being content to play with Casey in the VFL or returning to Sturt. He is way too ambitious. The SANFL these days is small time. The clubs are struggling to survive and spectators sparse. Apart from the diehards, the locals are consumed by the successes of the Crows and Port.  

I can only see Jack staying in the game if he is drafted by another AFL club and that must be considered unlikely. 

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First year out of the AFL you  go where the money is. SANFL and WAFL generally pay more than VFL.

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I see no reason why the MFC can’t facilitate Jack having a major leadership role at Casey, maybe involving a coaching component. Presuming, if he was AFL ineligible, he could retain the same overall salary package (but outside of the cap) and he would certainly be worth the investment both in a AFL/VFL mentoring role and as a VFL player. I am sure that Casey would appreciate entering their 2018 campaign with their 2017 B&F player on their list.

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1 minute ago, DemonAndrew said:

Jack Trengove has signed a one-year deal with Port Adelaide. He joins the club as a delisted free agent.

Very happy he got another gig, would love it if he got back to being a regular AFL player again. 

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6 minutes ago, DemonAndrew said:

Jack Trengove has signed a one-year deal with Port Adelaide. He joins the club as a delisted free agent.

PA club rules must have something about having a Jack Trengove on their playing list at all times.

Good luck to our (former) Jack. Hope he can make a success of his second chance. 

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Just now, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

PA club rules must have something about having a Jack Trengove on their playing list at all times.

Good luck to our (former) Jack. Hope he can make a success of his second chance. 

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Really happy for Jack!  

Hopefully he gets a good run at it.

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16 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

 

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Damn that Homer Glumplich!!!!!!

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On 01/11/2017 at 9:09 PM, spirit of norm smith said:

I think Jack will either get picked up or go play for Sturt.  

He would walk into the SANFL as a star.  

I can’t talk highly enough of him. Another Demon cut down by injury.

Yes really glad Jack got picked up. Two Demon  “Jacks” now at the power. 

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Port are certainly turning their list over. How many is that now that are new to the club after the season ended?

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This really is a good news story. If anyone ever deserved a second chance, it is him.

Hope he kills it too, hell hope he plays a blinder against us (but we win).

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15 minutes ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

Are we also paying part of his salary? 

 

hardly, he was ooc

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Absolutely thrilled he has another chance, good luck Jack you deserve a bit of that after the hands you have been dealt. 

 

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Jack your a credit to yourself and family. Hope to see you play many AFL games.  Now that is a feel good story.

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3 minutes ago, nosoupforme said:

Jack your a credit to yourself and family. Hope to see you play many AFL games.  Now that is a feel good story.

Agree it will be great to see him playing in next years GF against us.

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