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Be very VERY surprised if this lad goes anywhere. Too important to Collingwood's list...too important to their brand etc

The argy bargy of 'negotiation' will eventually come to a ...dare I say....happy ending.

North and Aints will STRUGGLE to land anyone...to many other BETTER destinations out there.

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23 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Looks like Gaff is no chance then.

Don't give up on Gaff yet we have plenty of money to give Gaff as well.

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7 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

Don't give up on Gaff yet we have plenty of money to give Gaff as well.

It seems so have North !!!!

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2 hours ago, KingDingAling said:

So long as its all above board. Collingwood should be struggling to fit DeGoey in their cap. 

apparently, He wants to be a Millionaire?  

who's in the 'Millionaire hot Seat' ?

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The media are stating that De Goey is likely to go to the Cats or Saints if he leaves Collingwood. I question whether we should look at him.

Negatives are obvious. (He is a DH and hard to manage).

Pros are:

  • He is one of the better players in the competition on his day
  • He fits our need to bolster the forward half
  • It looks like he will not command ridiculous money
  • He is a free agent
  • He is the same age as our core stars (Petracca, Oliver and Lever)

Obviously we won't have room in the cap if Jackson and Brayshaw end up staying and so we won't even consider recruiting De Goey until they let us know what they are doing. And any compensation if Brayshaw leaves will be eroded.

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13 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

The media are stating that De Goey is likely to go to the Cats or Saints if he leaves Collingwood. I question whether we should look at him.

Negatives are obvious. (He is a DH and hard to manage).

Pros are:

  • He is one of the better players in the competition on his day
  • He fits our need to bolster the forward half
  • It looks like he will not command ridiculous money
  • He is a free agent
  • He is the same age as our core stars (Petracca, Oliver and Lever)

Obviously we won't have room in the cap if Jackson and Brayshaw end up staying and so we won't even consider recruiting De Goey until they let us know what they are doing. And any compensation if Brayshaw leaves will be eroded.

Yuck, no way. That guy is cultural cancer. Don't care how good his footy is, he's an out-and-out grub

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22 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

The media are stating that De Goey is likely to go to the Cats or Saints if he leaves Collingwood. I question whether we should look at him.

Negatives are obvious. (He is a DH and hard to manage).

Pros are:

  • He is one of the better players in the competition on his day
  • He fits our need to bolster the forward half
  • It looks like he will not command ridiculous money
  • He is a free agent
  • He is the same age as our core stars (Petracca, Oliver and Lever)

Obviously we won't have room in the cap if Jackson and Brayshaw end up staying and so we won't even consider recruiting De Goey until they let us know what they are doing. And any compensation if Brayshaw leaves will be eroded.

Where is he playing? He’s not playing midfield with our stars. So HFF? Expensive mid sized forward? Another Fritsch? It’s just not good list management and balance.

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6 minutes ago, Doggas front teeth said:

Yuck, no way. That guy is cultural cancer. Don't care how good his footy is, he's an out-and-out grub

Dusty was seen as an ice addict and 'cultural cancer' when he was shopping himself around Western Sydney and went on to win three Norm Smith Medals

Steven May has proven himself to be no angel. Should we get rid of him?

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3 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Where is he playing? He’s not playing midfield with our stars. So HFF? Expensive mid sized forward? Another Fritsch? It’s just not good list management and balance.

De Goey could replace Sparrow (on current form), Bedford, Harmes, or Melksham and we would be better.

How many players in the competition are 20 possessions and a goal per game? Maybe 10?

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4 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

Dusty was seen as an ice addict and 'cultural cancer' when he was shopping himself around Western Sydney and went on to win three Norm Smith Medals

Steven May has proven himself to be no angel. Should we get rid of him?

Steven May was the captain of the club he came from (a leader) and was AA last year. He has been a great servant apart from the [censored]-up at Entrecote this year. Dusty has never been an ice addict, and besides, we have a player who is like De Goey but better in Petracca. De Goey is neither AA or Norm Smith quality and has demonstrated an inability to grow as a player on the field and as a person off it. He can go to Essendon and join Stringer so the Bombers can have two talented but idiotic mercurial forwards who will play five good games a year and teach terrible habits to their young teammates the rest of the year.

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8 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

Dusty was seen as an ice addict and 'cultural cancer' when he was shopping himself around Western Sydney and went on to win three Norm Smith Medals

Steven May has proven himself to be no angel. Should we get rid of him?

Jesus 'Fat'.. some interesting claims you gone with here.

Don't think 'ice addict' was ever attached to Dusty at all. His issue was more just immaturity and off field professionalism. This was all when he was much younger then Degoey who is 27 next year and still carries on like a 17 year old [censored].

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9 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

De Goey could replace Sparrow (on current form), Bedford, Harmes, or Melksham and we would be better.

How many players in the competition are 20 possessions and a goal per game? Maybe 10?

So, if it wasn't a free agency year and you were our list manager, you'd trade Sparrow / Harmes for DeGoey? You clearly don't understand our gameplan or the important role these guys play every week.

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21 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

Dusty was seen as an ice addict and 'cultural cancer' when he was shopping himself around Western Sydney and went on to win three Norm Smith Medals

Steven May has proven himself to be no angel. Should we get rid of him?

I'd imagine if he has another major indiscretion, the club will consider sacking him.

There was was a lot of negative PR he put the club through.

 

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1 minute ago, djr said:

So, if it wasn't a free agency year and you were our list manager, you'd trade Sparrow / Harmes for DeGoey? You clearly don't understand our gameplan or the important role these guys play every week.

I wouldn't be going for De Goey if he wasn't a free agent. 

As for Sparrow and Harmes. They are both good players but they are not De Goey level talent.

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12 minutes ago, Fat Tony said:

Dusty was seen as an ice addict and 'cultural cancer' when he was shopping himself around Western Sydney and went on to win three Norm Smith Medals

Steven May has proven himself to be no angel. Should we get rid of him?

Steven has at times been a naughty boy getting a bit agro but he was still seen in enough light to be promoted to a captaincy role of a club.  He then filled a need in which we were desperate for.

Dusty wasnt' a cultural cancer like you say.  He's actually been an incredibly hard trainer all his life.  Ice was never in the conversation but he definitely was enjoying the party & social life of an AFL footballer to the fact he had a club imposed curfew at the start of his second season.

But Jordan is on a whole other level!  From a two minute google, I have no idea why anyone would pay him the cash!!

  • tells the club he breaks his hand playing with a dog (allows Bucks to go into bat for him against the media)
  • turns out he lied and broke it in a punch on in St Kilda
  • gets done drink driving
  • gets done driving without a licence
  • charged with rape
  • convicted of harassment
  • charged for forcibly touching a woman in the USA
  • charged for assault against a man in the USA
  • follows this up with attempts to expose a womans breast in Bali

 

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Zurhaar > Degoey

I wouldn't touch Degoey and would be extremely surprised if Geelong did either. He seems made for the Saints

Although I can't understand the logic of we already have one mid-sized forward (Fristch), so therefor we don't need another.

 

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