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I heard a rumour Jesse has flown to Bali to get his foot amputated, what's a fair trade if this is the case?

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9 minutes ago, Dee tention said:

Melb, GC & Freo scenario;

OUT - Hogan, Pick 41(Freo), Pick 14 & 2019 MFC First Round (GC), Tyson & Frost (GC), 

IN - Pick 5, May, KK, Pick 26 (from GC), Ed Langdon, 

Melbourne to try and get Tom Langdon from the Pies.

You’re off your head. Your trade scenarios are the best. 

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2 minutes ago, SFebes said:

I heard a rumour Jesse has flown to Bali to get his foot amputated, what's a fair trade if this is the case?

For the foot? Saty would pay big $.

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Just now, Ethan Tremblay said:

For the foot? Saty would pay big $.

He's over there doing the surgery now.  Pics on his Instagram later.

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6 minutes ago, DemonLad5 said:

Is there any merit to the rumour of Hogan for pick 6 and 14? Or just hypothetical 

It's all hypothetical at this moment 'lad ! 

Although some of the posts I've read seem more like hypofantasy.

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11 minutes ago, DemonLad5 said:

Apparently clubs want future 1st rounders rather than current firsts because this years draft really falls away after pick 6 or 7.

Via Paul Connors

I hope all those posters who banged on about 2019 being the super draft, pay attention to this line. I know they won't. Next year will become the new, deep super draft.

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On 10/8/2018 at 10:20 AM, ProDee said:

We spent the weekend trying to convince the uncontracted vandenBerg to stay.

We haven't been trying to talk the contracted Hogan into staying.

The difference is palpable.  

We want May and are happy to say goodbye to Hogan.

[censored] me Hoges! Hurry up and make a decision!

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Just now, daisycutter said:

bit of a no-news day for hogan so far

Where do I look to find all the trades we have done so far?

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

Where do I look to find all the trades we have done so far?

Open a new Word document and it's right there.

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1 minute ago, SFebes said:

Open a new Word document and it's right there.

I think it’s on the same page as Melbourne Premierships since 1965. 

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4 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Where do I look to find all the trades we have done so far?

you have to ask? demonland of course

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1 minute ago, DemonLad5 said:

Thought a Hogan decision was coming tonight?

It’s still today not tonight yet.

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1 minute ago, DemonLad5 said:

Thought a Hogan decision was coming tonight?

Daylight saving so we'll have to wait an extra hour.

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

I think it’s on the same page as Melbourne Premierships since 1965. 

But we didn't win one in 65. 

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Just now, SFebes said:

Daylight saving so we'll have to wait an extra hour.

Should be an hour earlier.

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Just now, binman said:

But we didn't win one in 65. 

Correct. Including 1965 none to date. 

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8 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

[censored] me Hoges! Hurry up and make a decision!

I don't think it has anything to do with Hogan at this point. Freo and the MFC are running the game at present.

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Just now, SFebes said:

tonight, night, darkness

In some places it is light late into the evening like Norway for example. So it doesn’t have to be dark to be evening or night. 

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This has derailed our attempt to get Steve May.

 

Club are extremely frustrated with Jesse - they have gone ahead to negotiate with Freo.


Seems as though for the first time in a while we are going to be involved in the deal that holds up the whole workings of others.

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Pretty sure it all hangs on the Lachie Neale deal. Holding everything up.

Hogan won’t declare he is leaving in case the deal falls through and he ends up at Melbourne for another year.

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3 minutes ago, Redleg said:

In some places it is light late into the evening like Norway for example. So it doesn’t have to be dark to be evening or night. 

There is Norway the Hogan trade gets done tonight.

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