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Farewell Jesse Hogan


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7 hours ago, dl4e said:

Beams would have to take an enourmous pay cut to play with the filth. They couldn't afford his current wage and Brissy can dig their heels right in.

Beams contract was very much front ended, which is another reason why I think he should stay in Brissy.

With regard to Hogan and May if we get May and give up pick 5 but keep pick 11 I'm happy.

May will instantly improve our defence and yes Jesse will be missed but whilst it's a year early it is best to cash in now.

For those expecting Freo to finish in the bottom 4 next season you just never know. Don't underestimate the massive home ground advantage and if they get a good run with injury they can easily win 10 to 12 games with Hogan 

B.    Grey     Hamling      Wilson

HB. Cerra    Pearce       S.Hill

C.   Banfield Fyfe        B.Hill

HF. Walters  Hogan   Mundy

F.    Grey       Taberner Lobb

R. Darcy, Blackeny, Brayshaw 

I/C Conca, Langdon, Hughes, Ryan, Ballantine, Sheridan, Cox Etc.

Worst case scenario Jesse stays for another year when a lot can change 

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4 minutes ago, Uncle Fester said:

I guess they don't want him after all

Ah... someone's suggesting an interesting idea.

You'd have to think this is a possibility. Unlikely...we would all have thought once. 

Something not quite right here. But is it the offer ? 

 

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19 minutes ago, EnterTheDragon said:

Here we go. Let the whingeing begin!

you may not give a [censored] if we get a bad deal for a good player, but I do.

 

we got shafted.

 

best 25 when fit is worth more than 65.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, EnterTheDragon said:

*Caption this pic*

 

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Peter Bell End.

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2 hours ago, P-man said:

It exceeded the crowd number on page 6.

Are you referring to the cricket or to GW$ home crowds?

20 minutes ago, It's Time said:

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

#61

Stephen Powell

Michael Rischtelli

Matt Stokes

Josh Hill

Jarryd Lyons

mmmmmm ........

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If true, that is the most insulting, and laughable offer in the history of the AFL.

Freo, you can GAGF. Fuggin offensive [censored]

 

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1 minute ago, beelzebub said:

Ah... someone's suggesting an interesting idea.

You'd have to think this is a possibility. Unlikely...we would all have thought once. 

Something not quite right here. But is it the offer ? 

 

BB you keep hinting that there is a secret big cross against JH, but at the moment the only evidence of it is Freo's weak offer.   Until someone produces some more evidence, I'll just assume Freo are just waiting till next year.

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No panic. Freo know we want to deal, they've made a smart low ball offer, we've rejected it. Until they even get pick 5 for Neale they can't offer it. We just have to wait it out a bit.

The good news is they offered pick 11 to us now rather than dealing it for Lobb.

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This is why Mahoney is prepared to pay market value for players. It creates trust between us and other teams like GWS. Will come in handy of a Kelly or Coniglio wants out down the track.

All Peter Bell has ensured is that they get nothing and lose their prized asset to their arch rivals 12 months from now. Absolute idiots.

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1 minute ago, No Plan B said:

All Peter Bell has ensured is that they get nothing and lose their prized asset to their arch rivals 12 months from now. Absolute idiots.

He's giving Brett Burton a run for his money as most inept deal broker within the AFL.

 

Just wait, they'll come back to us with like 5 minutes to go before the end of the trade period with a more realistic offer, just to stuff us around.

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Just now, No Plan B said:

This is why Mahoney is prepared to pay market value for players. It creates trust between us and other teams like GWS. Will come in handy of a Kelly or Coniglio wants out down the track.

All Peter Bell has ensured is that they get nothing and lose their prized asset to their arch rivals 12 months from now. Absolute idiots.

How funny would it be if the Eagles offer a great deal and they get him next year.

Or even better he signs on and becomes a coleman medalist and multiple premiership player. 

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