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Farewell Jesse Hogan


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27 minutes ago, Demon Spofforth said:

It is understood speculation can be traced back to Fremantle, which is in trade talks with the Lions over ball magnet Lachie Neale."

If true the AFL need to take action.  If they have done this deliberately they should lose picks next year.

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Fun and games...fun and games.

Freo going hard .... at making friends ;)

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Freos pick6 has gone to Port, they’re getting pick 5 from Brisbane for Neale, so we should take nothing less than pick 5 & pick 11 for Hogan.

Theres talk that Freo are going to offer us picks 11 & 2nd rounder as they want to keep pick 5

No way in the world should accept that even if GS accept 11 for May.

Two 1st rounders or keep Hogan next year & go with the 3 talls in the forward line & existing backs plus Lever in defence, could just about win a flag in 2019 with that line up.

 

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1 minute ago, Billy said:

Freos pick6 has gone to Port, they’re getting pick 5 from Brisbane for Neale, so we should take nothing less than pick 5 & pick 11 for Hogan.

Theres talk that Freo are going to offer us picks 11 & 2nd rounder as they want to keep pick 5

No way in the world should accept that even if GS accept 11 for May.

Two 1st rounders or keep Hogan next year & go with the 3 talls in the forward line & existing backs plus Lever in defence, could just about win a flag in 2019 with that line up.

 

11 and a second rounder should elicit the strongest GAGF the footy world has ever heard.

Still, its just speculation at this stage so i should just chill...........................................................

*Zen

*Ommmmmmmmmmm

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1 hour ago, Demons11 said:

Lucky we have T Mac and Weed

not only the 6-6-6 that is valuable for key forwards and backs. The hands in the back rule being relaxed to allow players to 'protect' the drop zone of the ball.... very interesting. 

 

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4 minutes ago, red and blue forever said:

terrible deal.

 

Not a good start by us.

I don't see much point haggling over deals like this when we've got bigger fish to fry (May, Hogan, Kolodjashnij, Preuss, etc). We were never going to get much more for Kent than that.

 

Edit: I managed to spell Kolodjashnij correctly on the first attempt, but stuffed up the spelling of Preuss...

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3 minutes ago, Ouch! said:

Worse than losing him to the saints via the PSD?

Not much better. We've done ok with pick 53 but I don't know of any good picks at 65. Pretty much unuseable therefore no better than PSD. Clearly FD wanted to move him on. Same as Swans moving on Rohan for pick 61

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3 minutes ago, Is Dom Is Good said:

You really think Kent is worth more than this?

The bloke can hardly get out on the park.

North Melbourne traded a guy to the Swans who played 20 odd games in 2018 for pick 61.

Lincoln McCarthy, who has been as injured as Kent went for pick 61... Ryan Clarke as you say went for 61, and didn't Gary Rohan get traded for that pick too?  65 sounds about right!

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Just now, Ouch! said:

Lincoln McCarthy, who has been as injured as Kent went for pick 61... Ryan Clarke as you say went for 61, and didn't Gary Rohan get traded for that pick too?  65 sounds about right!

Clubs are happy to help depth players move to clubs where they may get more of an opportunity.

The North one was more of a head scratcher as he is best 22. I guess with Hall and Polec coming in they thought he was surplus.

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Just now, Is Dom Is Good said:

Clubs are happy to help depth players move to clubs where they may get more of an opportunity.

The North one was more of a head scratcher as he is best 22. I guess with Hall and Polec coming in they thought he was surplus.

Agreed.

I think Kent probably has shown enough to suggest that he can be best 22 when fit, but on the body of work... the guy has just had rotten luck with injuries. Thats why he's moving on.

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