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he's been gone for days, but it's common knowledge in the playing group now. nothing less than two picks (one for May). also St Kilda offered Kent THREE TIMES $$ and years what we did. idiots.

thanks mate , I can tell you that Miss 11 and 13 was more upset , than my 7 year old , I guess as we also sponsored Jesse we had met with him many times personally and so on, It was hard for the kids

There is a miss conception by some on Demonland.  The preferred position by our FD is and has always been for JH to stay. Let me make this point with absolute and clear authority. I have been told dir

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Just now, Chook in Perth said:

no chance.

I tried. 

I can’t imagine the truth is worse than what I’ve made up in my own mind from watching his insta stories. 

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hmmm...Think we may have to get our heads back around him staying now by the feel of all of this.  IF it goes the way Chook is flagging that it may, then Jesse would be well chastened . More determined than ever. 

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16 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Freo have cold feet. it's not no, but it's far from yes.

I know why, but I like my house and don't want to lose it for slander.

Slander of a Freo person or slander of Jesse? 

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So if he stays, does he sign an extension? Or we do it all over again next year?

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17 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Freo have cold feet. it's not no, but it's far from yes.

I know why, but I like my house and don't want to lose it for slander.

In your opinion do you think  its a just part of negotiating tactics...or genuine cold feet 

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5 minutes ago, Dr.D said:

of course jesse has already made a decision. he knew the trade week was starting weeks ago. its all posturing.

it doesn't take long to make a decision.  

Yerp i agree. Why do all this 9f there was no interest.

Thats why i believe @Chook in Perth and thank him for his info.

I also know Jesses manager and himself would have discussed the potential trade a long time ago.

Thats different then coming to terms but it would have been planned a while ago 

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19 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Freo have cold feet. it's not no, but it's far from yes.

No they haven’t. They were always going to throw his ‘dicky foot’ up as a tactic to push price down. 

Someone at Freo is feeding Tom Browne bulltish the way Old McDonald spreads feed for chooks.

‘Touring the facilities’, saying Lobb is more of a priority ... all ploys to get Melbourne to cave on a the two first rounders demand.

All these tactics are in fact a measure of their keenness. It’s off the charts.

Sit tight Dees we will extract our price. Patience, patience catches the prey.

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No they haven’t. They were always going to throw his ‘dicky foot’ up as a tactic to push price down. 

Someone at Freo is feeding Tom Browne bulltish the way Old McDonald spreads feed for chooks.

‘Touring the facilities’, saying Lobb is more of a priority ... all ploys to get Melbourne to cave on a the two first rounders demand.

All these tactics are in fact a measure of their keenness. It’s off the charts.

Sit tight Dees we will extract our price. Patience, patience catches the prey.

You're not reading the tea leaves here very well.

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23 hours ago, DemonLad5 said:

Probably stating the obvious here but if we can't get his long term commitment now then I'd be more than happy to trade him, granted we get a nice return package.

No need for a Hogan-WA fiasco throughout the entire 2019

Writing has been on the wall for years, comformation for me that he wants a trade done asap, was at BnF when he was seated very cosy next to Tomas Bugg and the other delisted players.

He's a weird cat Jesse, might be the best thing for him, never really embraced the footy club.

Loving the hard stance approach by Mahoney stating "we will be seeking the highest possible trade compensation ever"

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4 minutes ago, Win4theAges said:

Writing has been on the wall for years, comformation for me that he wants a trade done asap, was at BnF when he was seated very cosy next to Tomas Bugg and the other delisted players.

He's a weird cat Jesse, might be the best thing for him, never really embraced the footy club.

Loving the hard stance approach by Mahoney stating "we will be seeking the highest possible trade compensation ever"

Rubbish

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Ideally Fremantle will [censored] Hogan around through trade week and make and unmake their minds about a trade or offer huge unders for him.

Hopefully this puts Hogan off-side with that shoddy organisation and he clears his mind of ridiculous thoughts of leaving.

 

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51 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Freo have cold feet. it's not no, but it's far from yes.

I know why, but I like my house and don't want to lose it for slander.

Your'e safe from slander. Libel I'm not so sure.  But a question for the legal eagles on here.  Can you  be sued for saying "I won't say anything about X. He might sue me."

<just doing what I can to get to 200> 

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6 minutes ago, Win4theAges said:

Loving the hard stance approach by Mahoney stating "we will be seeking the highest possible trade compensation ever"

Yes, and “as it sits now we expect Jesse to be playing for Melbourne next season”.

Freo would’ve bristled at that.

Mahoney copped criticism from some last year for appearing too accommodating to Adelaide over Lever. Well, we are seeing his hard arse bonafides here in no uncertain terms. Great stuff.

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