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They come and they go - the end of season list changes have started.

Please feel free to post additions to this list when they arise.

ADELAIDE

In: Billy Frampton (Port Adelaide)

Out: Eddie Betts (Carlton) Richard Douglas (retired) Cam Ellis-Yolmen (Brisbane) Hugh Greenwood (Gold Coast) Paul Hunter ® (delisted) Sam Jacobs (GWS Giants) Josh Jenkins (Geelong) Andy Otten (retired)

Draft picks: 4, 23, 28, 37, 45, 49

BRISBANE LIONS

In: Callum Ah Chee (Gold Coast) Grant Birchall (Hawthorn) Cam Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide)

Out: Ryan Bastinac (delisted) Tom Cutler (Essendon) Matt Eagles (delisted) Luke Hodge (retired) Ben Keays (delisted) Corey Lyons (delisted) Sam Skinner (delisted) Archie Smith (delisted) Lewis Taylor (Sydney) Josh Walker (delisted) 

Draft picks:  16, 21, 34, 48, 52, 55, 72

CARLTON

In: Eddie Betts (Adelaide) Jack Newnes (St Kilda) Marc Pittonet (Hawthorn)

Out: Tom Bugg ® (retired) Josh Deluca (delisted) Alex Fasolo (retired) Jarrod Garlett (delisted) Patrick Kerr (delisted) Kym Lebois ® (delisted) Matthew Lobbe (delisted) Andrew Phillips (Essendon)  Jarrod Pickett (delisted) Angus Schumacher (delisted) Dale Thomas (retired)  

Draft picks:  9, 43, 57, 70, 85

COLLINGWOOD

In: Darcy Cameron (Sydney)

Out: James Aish (Fremantle) Ben Crocker (delisted) Lynden Dunn (delisted) Tyson Goldsack (retired) Sam Murray (delisted) Daniel Wells (retired)

Draft picks: 35, 62, 74

ESSENDON

In: Tom Cutler (Brisbane) Cian McBride (Category B)Ross McQuillan ® Andrew Phillips (Carlton)

Out: Mark Baguley (retired) Mitch Brown (delisted) Zac Clarke (delisted) Matt Dea (retired) Jordan Houlahan (delisted) Tom Jok ® (delisted) Luke Lavender ® (retired) Jake Long (delisted) Ben McNiece ® (delisted) David Myers (retired) Trent Mynott ® (delisted)

Draft picks: 31, 33, 61, 64, 65, 88

FREMANTLE

In: Blake Acres (St Kilda) James Aish (Collingwood)

Out: Hayden Ballantyne (delisted) Harley Bennell (delisted) Hugh Dixon (delisted) Brad Hill (St Kilda) Scott Jones (delisted) Shane Kersten (delisted) Ed Langdon (Melbourne) Tom North (delisted) Ryan Nyhuis ® (delisted) Aaron Sandilands (retired)

Draft picks: 7, 10, 22, 58, 69, 79, 83

GEELONG

In: Josh Jenkins (Adelaide), Jack Steven (St Kilda)

Out: Ryan Abbott (delisted) Oscar Brownless (delisted) Wylie Buzza (Port Adelaide) Jordan Cunico (delisted) Lachie Henderson (delisted) Jamaine Jones (delisted) Tim Kelly (West Coast Eagles) Scott Selwood (delisted) Zac Smith (Gold Coast)

Draft picks: 14, 17, 24, 36, 93

GOLD COAST SUNS

In: Connor Budarick (Category A rookie), Matthew Conroy (Category A rookie) Brandon Ellis (Richmond) Hugh Greenwood (Adelaide) Malcolm Rosas Jnr (NT Thunder) Zac Smith (Geelong)

Out: Callum Ah Chee (Brisbane) Brayden Crossley (delisted) Jack Leslie (delisted) Tom Nicholls (retired) Connor Nutting (delisted) Michael Rischitelli (retired) Brad Scheer delisted) Josh Schoenfeld (delisted) Harrison Wigg (delisted) Aaron Young (delisted)

Draft picks: 1, 2, 15, 20, 78, 90

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

In: Sam Jacobs (Adelaide)

Out: Aiden Bonar (North Melbourne) Dylan Buckley (delisted) Brett Delidio (retired) Jonathon Patton (Hawthorn) Tom Sheridan (delisted) Dawson Simpson (retired) Zach Sproule ® (delisted) Jake Stein ® (delisted) Adam Tomlinson (Melbourne)

Draft picks: 6, 40, 59, 60, 80, 94

HAWTHORN 

In: Sam Frost (Melbourne) Jonathon Patton (GWS Giants)

Out Grant Birchall (Gold Coast) Kaiden Brand (delisted) Teia Miles (delisted) Darren Minchington (delisted) David Mirra (delisted)Tim Mohr ® (retired) Marc Pittonet (Carlton) Jarryd Roughead (retired) Ryan Schoenmakers (retired)

Draft Picks: 11, 30, 42, 54, 63, 87, 92

MELBOURNE

In: Ed Langdon (Fremantle) Adam Tomlinson (GWS Giants)

Out: Sam Frost (Hawthorn) Jeff Garlett (delisted) Declan Keilty ® (delisted) Jay Kennedy Harris (delisted) Jordan Lewis (retired) Corey Maynard (retired) Tim Smith ® (retired) Billy Stretch (delisted) Guy Walker ® (retired) 

Draft picks: 3, 8, 97

NORTH MELBOURNE

In: Aiden Bonar (GWS Giants)

Out: Nathan Hrovat (delisted) Tom McKenzie ® (delisted) Red Óg Murphy ® (retired) Scott Thompson (retired) Declan Watson (delisted) Tom Wilkinson ® (delisted) Sam Wright (retired) 

Draft picks: 26, 27, 47, 50, 73, 84

PORT ADELAIDE

In: Wylie Buzza (Geelong)

Out: Matthew Broadbent (delisted) Billy Frampton (Adelaide) Sam Gray (delisted) Riley Grundy (delisted) Cam Hewett ® (delisted) Dougal Howard (St Kilda) Aydin Johnson (delisted) Kai Pudney ® (delisted) Paddy Ryder (St Kilda) Jack Trengove (delisted) Boyd Woodcock (delisted)

Draft picks: 12. 18, 29, 66, 67, 68, 71, 86

RICHMOND

In:

Out: Dan Butler (St Kilda) Brandon Ellis (Gold Coast Suns) Shaun Grigg (retired) Commor Menadue (delisted) Callum Moore (delisted) Jacob Townsend (delisted) Maverick Weller ® (retired)

Draft Picks: 19, 38, 39, 41, 56, 75, 77, 95

ST KILDA

In: Dan Butler (Richmond) Brad Hill (Fremantle) Dougal Howard (Port Adelaide) Zak Jones (Sydney) Darragh Joyce (Category B upgrade) Paddy Ryder (Port Adelaide)

Out: Blake Acres (Fremantle) David Armitage (delisted) Josh Bruce ((Western Bulldogs) Billy Longer  (delisted) Patrick McCartin (delisted) Jack Newnes (Carlton) Lewis Pierce  (delisted) Sam Rowe (delisted) Jack Steven (Geelong) Bailey Rice (delisted) Robbie Young (delisted) Brandon White (delisted)

Draft Picks: 51, 82, 100

SYDNEY SWANS

In: Lewis Taylor (Brisbane)

Out: Darcy Cameron (Collingwood) Heath Grundy (retired) Cody Hirst ® (delisted) Kieren Jack (retired) Zak Jones (St Kilda) Jarrod McVeigh (retired) Jack Maibaum (delisted) Daniel Menzel (delisted) Toby Pink ® (delisted) James Rose (delisted) Nick Smith (retired) Durak Tucker ® (delisted)

Draft picks:  5, 25, 32, 44, 76, 81

WEST COAST EAGLES 

In: Tim Kelly (Geelong)

Out: Brendon Ah Chee (delisted) Matthew Allen (delisted) Patrick Bines ® (delisted) Hamish Brayshaw (delisted) Keegan Brooksby (delisted) Chris Masten (delisted) Fraser McInnes ® (delisted)  Kurt Mutimer (delisted) Brodie Riach ® (delisted)  Josh Smith ® (delisted)

Draft Picks: 46, 91, 108

WESTERN BULLDOGS

In: Josh Bruce (St Kilda), Alex Keath (Adelaide)

Out: Tom Boyd (retired) Dale Morris (retired) Liam Picken (retired) Fletcher Roberts (delisted) Lukas Webb (delisted)

Draft picks: 13, 53, 89

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33 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Has Jordan Lewis announced his retirement?

Perhaps not but he’s not optimistic about continuing when he says things like this:-

“I’m not going to string it out as long as I possibly can. I’m going to leave the game at the end of the year feeling really fulfilled in what I’ve achieved, absolutely.

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Roughhead and Burgoyne  talking with Suns

Who are Melbourne talking to? Roughy to coach our forwards  YES Please.

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Interesting couple of weeks coming up, we need to make space for at least 5 new players, Lewis is No 1, at least 4 to go looking at senior list  Billy Stretch, Garlett, Josh Wagner, ANB and then we need to sign Frost and off load OMcDonald.

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On 8/14/2019 at 8:11 AM, Kent said:

Roughhead and Burgoyne  talking with Suns

Who are Melbourne talking to? Roughy to coach our forwards  YES Please.

The best coach on earth won’t achieve much if the club can’t get them on the park.

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Cant remember the last time i clicked on a thread at the top of the page. Usually its boring pinned threads i cbf'd reading.

This one is much more interesting.

 

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On 10/14/2019 at 2:41 PM, Demonland said:

 

Maybe they could get Garlett back....

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