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3 hours ago, ChaserJ said:

Unless you’re the Suns and you’re given a priority pick to keep mates together...

I did think of that, although no one says Rowell is asking for that.

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Have we convinced Martin yet? I’m not a huge fan but I can see him being a staple if he comes on board.

Martin

Bennell

Tomlinson

Langdon

All these guys are quite simply a massive injection of the outside speed and class that we have craved for so long! 
Why split any picks if you bag 4 players like this? Tell the other clubs to stick it and get some very good kids.

I hope we’re backing ourselves to convince Martin to join us.

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34 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Have we convinced Martin yet? I’m not a huge fan but I can see him being a staple if he comes on board.

Martin

Bennell

Tomlinson

Langdon

All these guys are a quite simply a massive injection of the outside speed and class that we have craved for so long! 
Why split any picks if you bag 4 players like this? Tell the other clubs to stick and get some very good kids.

I hope we’re backing ourselves to convince Martin to join us.

I am sure we have tried and Bennell may help if he is mates with Martin.

However, all the signs currently point to Martin joining Visy mob.

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With a year to run on his contract, James Harmes signing of a 5 year contract is evidence we are freeing up some room in our cap to make a big play this year. 

I believe the Dees will take Martin in the PSD and trump Carlscum with Bennel also coming as a DFA. 

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6 minutes ago, Dee tention said:

With a year to run on his contract, James Harmes signing of a 5 year contract is evidence we are freeing up some room in our cap to make a big play this year. 

I believe the Dees will take Martin in the PSD and trump Carlscum with Bennel also coming as a DFA. 

I hope not. It's big $$$'s for someone that has never really done anything.

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Just now, Uncle Fester said:

I hope not. It's big $$$'s for someone that has never really done anything.

I believe Martin can be a very good player. He will go to another level which ever club he lands at. He is only 24 so has plenty to give.
 

I would expect he plays half forward with stints in the midfield. Capable of easily being a 40+ goal kicker.

 

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32 minutes ago, Dee tention said:

With a year to run on his contract, James Harmes signing of a 5 year contract is evidence we are freeing up some room in our cap to make a big play this year. 

I believe the Dees will take Martin in the PSD and trump Carlscum with Bennel also coming as a DFA. 

Just a gut feel or something you’ve been informed? Players normally end up where they want to go, at $1.5mil for two years, he’s going to end up at Carlton. Anyone who hopes differently is going to be disappointed. 

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10 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Just a gut feel or something you’ve been informed? Players normally end up where they want to go, at $1.5mil for two years, he’s going to end up at Carlton. Anyone who hopes differently is going to be disappointed. 

Where did the $1.5M come from?

Has it actually been reported?

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1 minute ago, McQueen said:

Where did the $1.5M come from?

Has it actually been reported?

Only on here so it has to be true...right...? 

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7 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Only on here so it has to be true...right...? 

It would stretch Carlton just as much as us you’d think. 
I think it’s a load horseshit. 

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1 hour ago, Dee tention said:

With a year to run on his contract, James Harmes signing of a 5 year contract is evidence we are freeing up some room in our cap to make a big play this year. 

I believe the Dees will take Martin in the PSD and trump Carlscum with Bennel also coming as a DFA. 

Hope this true. I also believe that he will go to a new level in a different environment.  Would mean our trade period has addressed most of our run/skill levels concerns.

I wonder if North are regretting their pick trade now that we could land both Bennell and  Martin? 

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I gotta say for the rumoured coin he’s asking for I would be passing on him. I don’t know if Melbourne is playing games with Carlton, almost trying to rule themselves out publicly so Martin doesn’t nominate a stupid amount of money and then we swoop. 

I’d say I’m 50/50 on him, if we get him then great. I won’t lose any sleep if we pass on him though. 

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Anyone know if he and Harley are good mates? 

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1 hour ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Just a gut feel or something you’ve been informed? Players normally end up where they want to go, at $1.5mil for two years, he’s going to end up at Carlton. Anyone who hopes differently is going to be disappointed. 

I believe is my gut feel! No Sauces! 😂 

The Dees have a 5 year plan to win a Premiership! I think we are heading into year 4 or 5. They will pull the strings they need to achieve this success!

We sacrificed Pick 6 and $$$ to land May. We paid overs to get Lever, trading away 2 first round draft picks! We will do the same with Martin $$$, however get him for free... The Dees will and should be ruthless in there approach. The time is now!
 

Langdon, Tomlinson, Martin & Bennel along with Picks 3 & 8 is a significant step in the right direction.

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11 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

BF4L. 

Done deal then 

 

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2 hours ago, sydneydee said:

Hope this true. I also believe that he will go to a new level in a different environment.  Would mean our trade period has addressed most of our run/skill levels concerns.

I wonder if North are regretting their pick trade now that we could land both Bennell and  Martin? 

What would that have to do with the pick trade?

That pick wouldn't be used on either of them.

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

What would that have to do with the pick trade?

That pick wouldn't be used on either of them.

Meaning that we’ll be an obviously better side and win more games with those two players added (should Harley ever be fit again), delivering Norf a worse pick than they were expecting 

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14 minutes ago, adonski said:

Meaning that we’ll be an obviously better side and win more games with those two players added (should Harley ever be fit again), delivering Norf a worse pick than they were expecting 

Oh yes I forgot about that. Hope you are right. Would love to have given North pick 18.

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6 hours ago, Dee tention said:

I believe Martin can be a very good player. He will go to another level which ever club he lands at. He is only 24 so has plenty to give.
 

I would expect he plays half forward with stints in the midfield. Capable of easily being a 40+ goal kicker.

 

I'm not sold. Potential is such an ugly word. At 24 he should be established, and when he puts a big price on his head and noms a club, I say let him go there. Daisy MKII.

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On 4/10/2019 at 3:57 PM, ignition. said:

He hasn't had a single game in his now 6-year career where he's been BOG or at least turned a game on its head (e.g. Daniel Rioli).

Send Daniel Rioli to the Suns and see how many games he wins off his own boot. Martin is a gun and comparing him to Rioli is an insult.

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2 minutes ago, WAClark said:

Send Daniel Rioli to the Suns and see how many games he wins off his own boot. Martin is a gun and comparing him to Rioli is an insult.

Dunno about an insult but you're right, players like this are icing on the top, they don't thrive in bad teams (cue 'why is he coming to Melbourne then' comment).

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Fact is good players are better in best teams because the better quality players in the team are opposed to the best players , so they will get a lesser quality player to oppose them in the opponents team

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Things have gone quiet around these here parts...   come on Jack, come reunite at the Dees with Harley, Steven and KK!

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9 minutes ago, JakovichScissorKick said:

Things have gone quiet around these here parts...   come on Jack, come reunite at the Dees with Harley, Steven and KK!

Because he's not coming, it's quite simple really. 

People need to actually start accepting that he's never coming to us. He's hellbent on Carlton and that's it.

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