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38 minutes ago, Mach5 said:

 

Would he want to play for a bottom-4 side?

Dont think it really matters for his sake does it?

3 flags already to his name.

Has a lot of mates still at the hawks, get a good pay and set yourself up well for the next 5 years.

His brother on the other hand might look at a top successful club instead

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1 hour ago, Mach5 said:

 

Would he want to play for a bottom-4 side?

 

He'd be coming to one if we were to land him.

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"The Herald Sun reported that both St Kilda and Geelong are interested in Bradley, while AFL Media wrote that Melbourne was also keeping a close eye on the Docker. Channel 7 added that Carlton and the Bulldogs were both clubs searching for speed.

But Channel 7 reported that if a club was able to make room for both Hill brothers, it would help sweeten a prospective deal."

https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/afl-trade-whispers-more-victorian-clubs-join-bradley-hill-race-brandon-ellis-attracting-interest/news-story/a76f7cafa892e290f394c910f1efd38f

 

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26 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

"The Herald Sun reported that both St Kilda and Geelong are interested in Bradley, while AFL Media wrote that Melbourne was also keeping a close eye on the Docker. Channel 7 added that Carlton and the Bulldogs were both clubs searching for speed.

But Channel 7 reported that if a club was able to make room for both Hill brothers, it would help sweeten a prospective deal."

https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/afl-trade-whispers-more-victorian-clubs-join-bradley-hill-race-brandon-ellis-attracting-interest/news-story/a76f7cafa892e290f394c910f1efd38f

 

Curely they just make this stuff up and are guessing getting Stephen Hill is a sweetner.... 

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30 minutes ago, Collar-Jazz-Knee said:

Curely they just make this stuff up and are guessing getting Stephen Hill is a sweetner.... 

Quite possibly, but would make sense if Brad went there to be closer to him that they would look at moving back to Vic together.

Stephen is a free agent, so anything is possible.

 

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54 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Quite possibly, but would make sense if Brad went there to be closer to him that they would look at moving back to Vic together.

Stephen is a free agent, so anything is possible.

 

I'd be all for going for both and offering Stephen a 1 year deal given his injury history.

I just think the media make up whatever they think could happen. I could sit there and think of scenarios all day haha

 

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5 hours ago, stevethemanjordan said:

 

He'd be coming to one if we were to land him.

 

Obviously right at this point in time, but most people are smart enough to realise our actual position at this point in time is a false economy.

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Exactly what we need. Add both Hill brothers and Jack Martin and we're away.

And before anyone points out how impossible that is i'll concede that i have no idea (or interest in) about trade scenarios. But they are the players we need.

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Not saying this will happen or should happen but I would like an Angus Brashaw for B.hill swap and then Trac and our first pick for Whitfield and gws first( as we need to take a first round pick this year ) thoughts

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7 minutes ago, blue and red in the head said:

Not saying this will happen or should happen but I would like an Angus Brashaw for B.hill swap and then Trac and our first pick for Whitfield and gws first( as we need to take a first round pick this year ) thoughts

https://tenor.com/view/benny-hill-gif-9109250

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10 minutes ago, blue and red in the head said:

Not saying this will happen or should happen but I would like an Angus Brashaw for B.hill swap and then Trac and our first pick for Whitfield and gws first( as we need to take a first round pick this year ) thoughts

No. Baby with bathwater proposition 

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No.

Did they not sign Gus to a 4 years deal last year? Ffs he aint going anywhere .

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27 minutes ago, blue and red in the head said:

Not saying this will happen or should happen but I would like an Angus Brashaw for B.hill swap and then Trac and our first pick for Whitfield and gws first( as we need to take a first round pick this year ) thoughts

Silly season has begun!

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On 7/5/2019 at 12:04 PM, binman said:

Exactly what we need. Add both Hill brothers and Jack Martin and we're away.

And before anyone points out how impossible that is i'll concede that i have no idea (or interest in) about trade scenarios. But they are the players we need.

An oft repeated phrase after last years trade period. I'm not making that expectation-crushing mistake again!

Defender for a Gorilla (that will make up the lost Hogan goals)

Outside speed (KK Acquisition)

Ruck Relief/3rd tall fwd to help Max (Preussy)

And we're away!

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On 7/5/2019 at 8:03 PM, bobby1554 said:

Has Geelong written all over it. Straight swap for Kelly. Move on folks

Kelly is worth more than Hill

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52 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

No.

Did they not sign Gus to a 4 years deal last year? Ffs he aint going anywhere .

Your right we should just roll out a starting 18 of inside mids that have an uncanny ability to hit opposition defenders on the chest lace out 

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28 minutes ago, blue and red in the head said:

Your right we should just roll out a starting 18 of inside mids that have an uncanny ability to hit opposition defenders on the chest lace out 

Yep thats exactly right mate! Lets do that.

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On Friday, July 05, 2019 at 8:03 PM, bobby1554 said:

Has Geelong written all over it. Straight swap for Kelly. Move on folks

I think u r right on the money Sherlock.

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12 to 18 months ago I would have said steer clear but, Brad Hill is in a much better place now according to my mail.

Not many better runners in the AFL

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I’d do Brayshaw and Hannan for Hill and Phillips everyday of the week.

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After I settled down, I really like the Tracc for lachie and swap 1st round picks idea. 

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19 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Another year or two and he may be over the hill. 

Pppffffttttt

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