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31 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I have come to realise on Demonland that there are some Posters that just object and want to counter argue just for the sake of it.  It would make a really interesting study.

I suspect that it might have something to do with perhaps not having been player they wanted to be or just general lack of life achievement which manifests itself in keyboard warrior syndrome.

As I say, the "let's tear it down", "let's doubt it", "let's ridicule it" reaction is alive and well at Demonland.

I've given you a bit of good mail, totally backed up by Pro Dee and all you want to do is still dispute it.

 

It's none of that for me.  I questioned it as, up until now, you've had no history in being someone with inside info and we've been burnt by far too many over that time span for me to just accept any old rumour posted on this board.  There has been more false info than correct info in the last decade and you could count on one hand the ones you could really trust to be honest.

As you say, PD backed it up with some of his info so that's fine.  But just as you're more than welcome to post 'inside info', others are allowed to question it as well.  That's life.

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1 hour ago, goodwindees said:

I have come to realise on Demonland that there are some Posters that just object and want to counter argue just for the sake of it.  It would make a really interesting study.

I suspect that it might have something to do with perhaps not having been player they wanted to be or just general lack of life achievement which manifests itself in keyboard warrior syndrome.

As I say, the "let's tear it down", "let's doubt it", "let's ridicule it" reaction is alive and well at Demonland.

I've given you a bit of good mail, totally backed up by Pro Dee and all you want to do is still dispute it.

 

It's not a DL problem, it's a people problem. Social media (inc forums) and not necessarily related to lack of attainment etc. 

 

Thanks for sharing your insights🤘 - I won't get my knickers in a knot if untrue. 

Cheers man for sharing 👍

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21 hours ago, goodwindees said:

As some of you know, particularly Skuitt, many weeks ago I posted that the Dees had an arrangement in place that if Sydney could be satisfied with a very high Draft Pick, Hannaberry would be Demon next year on a long term contract, and as I stated, “very big coin”

Let me make it clear that my Demonland Post was the very first mention in any form of media about Hannaberry breaking a Contract with more than 2 full seasons to run.  A couple of weeks later Damian Barrett & others started to get a sniff and started running stories.

As we now all know, the Saints became aware of Dan’s availability and are in for anything with a pulse and have taken over the running.

Let me update you.  About 2 weeks ago, the Dees informed Dan’s management & the Swans that due to the necessary but unexpected increase in the contract values of some recent signings that the Melb FC would be withdrawing any interest in that Trade.  I believe that the Club also had to increase their offer for Andrew Gaff which made a 4/5 year $800k offer to Dan rather difficult. 

I can also inform you all that the Swans are desperate for the Hannaberry trade to happen as they are extremely keen on Steven May and need the Pick and the salary cap relief.

I have also been told that the Tom Lynch to Richmond deal has been done.

Also, just to make yesterday’s defeat worse.  In addition to Buddy having the exact same heal injury that sidelined Mitchell Starc for so long, Josh Kennedy has a knee injury that hasn’t allowed him to train for weeks and is also being jabbed to play. 

I got told the same thing a couple of months ago and posted it in another thread and got torn to shreds. 

I have also been told by the same person that Gaff is back On.  We have upped the ante. 

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20 hours ago, rjay said:

Is 'goodwindees' 'GNF'????

Too similar a posting style to not ask the question.

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3 hours ago, goodwindees said:

I have come to realise on Demonland that there are some Posters that just object and want to counter argue just for the sake of it.  It would make a really interesting study.

I suspect that it might have something to do with perhaps not having been player they wanted to be or just general lack of life achievement which manifests itself in keyboard warrior syndrome.

As I say, the "let's tear it down", "let's doubt it", "let's ridicule it" reaction is alive and well at Demonland.

I've given you a bit of good mail, totally backed up by Pro Dee and all you want to do is still dispute it.

 

 

I don’t think you understand what I’m saying mate. Simply, if we were interested previously, I doubt we still are.

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For those who may have missed it, goodwindees jokes of my particular awareness of his original mail in the OP because I playfully ran a thorough 'forensic investigation' of his/her entire posting history in response - which I personally deemed to be consistent and reliable. In doing so, I also came across a previous post from Prodee who had mentioned a fairly direct line to the player in question. Again, perfectly consistent. These guys don't need me to back them up - especially when I have no actual knowledge myself - but the mail as it has at least been reported to/by them is entirely credible - and that's regardless of goodwindees misspelling my name in the OP. :P

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I'm not sure that Hannebery was ever the right fit for our midfield, but I am glad to hear that the club is actively seeking ready made midfielders in this trade / draft period.

We have badly neglected the midfield over the past couple of years, and our depth is severely lacking in this area. Gaff would be a great get and I hope there are other free agents on our hit list as well.

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On 8/14/2018 at 8:57 AM, jnrmac said:

Hannaberry's body is cooked. He's not what we need.

no way stay away   its a con  talkin about a cooked  swan 

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On 8/15/2018 at 10:29 AM, poita said:

I'm not sure that Hannebery was ever the right fit for our midfield, but I am glad to hear that the club is actively seeking ready made midfielders in this trade / draft period.

We have badly neglected the midfield over the past couple of years, and our depth is severely lacking in this area. Gaff would be a great get and I hope there are other free agents on our hit list as well.

Haha, this is a ridiculous post.

Viney, Brayshaw, Oliver, Tyson, Petracca. Not to mention guys like Harmes and Salem.

All been drafted or recruited in the past 5 or so years.

We've built a powerhouse midfield over the past couple of years and are clearly looking to add to it further, by pursuing the likes of Gaff.

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2 hours ago, A F said:

Haha, this is a ridiculous post.

Viney, Brayshaw, Oliver, Tyson, Petracca. Not to mention guys like Harmes and Salem.

All been drafted or recruited in the past 5 or so years.

We've built a powerhouse midfield over the past couple of years and are clearly looking to add to it further, by pursuing the likes of Gaff.

Our young midfield will soon be, if it isnt already, they envy of the entire league.

If Trac gets his [censored] together we will be as good or better than the Geelong and Brisbane dynastic lists mids-wise.

Slot in a fit Lever, and find the perfect spot for Hogan and we in the zone for several years.

(As long as we dont start bleeding players who chase coin elsewhere)

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Very glad Hanneberry is out of our sights. It is clear why Sydney are flicking him.

Gaff won’t be coming to the Dees either apparently.

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Jack Steven talking to Geelong. Maybe we should drive his price up

Tells me Geelong will have to make salary cap room

Which of the holy trinity is for the chop?

the little master?

BTW Hanneberry is cooked No way do we want him.

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i would much prefer hannebery to steven

steven's up-and-under kicks to no one in particular are infuriating to watch

he's a classic 'goer' - a bit like jones in that respect - and basically the heart and soul of the aints' midfield...which says a lot about their midfield

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1 minute ago, Unleash Hell said:

Apparently on the move

Saints have offered a ridiculous deal for a guy who’s form wouldn’t even see him in our best 22 

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I can officially say it won't be Melbourne, although that's no surprise.  The Dees aren't interested.

I've seen a text directly sent from Hannebery confirming it won't be Melbourne.

And why would we be interested ?  His body is shot and we don't need him.

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11 hours ago, ProDee said:

I can officially say it won't be Melbourne, although that's no surprise.  The Dees aren't interested.

I've seen a text directly sent from Hannebery confirming it won't be Melbourne.

And why would we be interested ?  His body is shot and we don't need him.

very unkind about one of your fellow Xavier cohorts....

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The crash and bash has caught up to his slight body. 

Going to the saints to start to top up his super.

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Injuries have taken their toll.

Compared to 2 years ago he is cooked.

Saints are potentially shafting themselves here.

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