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Jeebus!  Talk that Fantasia also wants out ... be a shame to see the wheels fall off the Bomber Bus.

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Never thought he would leave Essendon, even after the meeting with Tom Harley.  I'm probably being naive there but I just assumed he would play 200 games for them.

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Well, he’s nominated Sydney and the Bombers want sheep stations for a player who some believe might not play too much football in the future. 

Get the popcorn ready and watch this play itself out. 

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I would've thought even pick 5 on its own to be a bit rich for a guy who has chronic injury issues over many years.

2 picks inside the top 10. Madness if true.

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21 minutes ago, Wiseblood said:

Never thought he would leave Essendon, even after the meeting with Tom Harley.  I'm probably being naive there but I just assumed he would play 200 games for them.

At 4 games a season it would only take him another 24 years to get there!

Sydney would've loved him to wait until free agency I bet, Essendon couldn't extend him and are trapped between a rock and hard place and will probably end up getting below his top price.

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Here's some fantasy thinking.

Swans want a slightly higher pick - so they give us 5 and Papley and for Pick 3, which they put with their Pick 25 for Daniher.

No chance of it getting done.... so it's in your court, Josh...

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Why would Sydney want Daniher when they have Buddy for another 3 years at $1M+ per year. 

I'm smelling something suspicious.

 

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6 minutes ago, george_on_the_outer said:

Why would Sydney want Daniher when they have Buddy for another 3 years at $1M+ per year. 

I'm smelling something suspicious.

 

COLA, George. AFL say they abolished it, so you know they didn't.

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Ha I love the fact that Joe wants out of bomberland. Of course Id be devastated if Viney ever walked out on us being a father/son pick but Im not sure if Joe really dealt with the father son hype and being the key forward  But essenscum fans are going nuts and yes he is a key forward but one who has been plagued by injuries so he is not worth a top 10 pick.

It will be interesting to see how they get this deal done because they reckon essendon is the hardest club to deal with during trade week. 

Hopefully this sets them back years 

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1 hour ago, george_on_the_outer said:

Why would Sydney want Daniher when they have Buddy for another 3 years at $1M+ per year. 

I'm smelling something suspicious.

 

Will be interesting

AFL said when Buddy went to the Swans instead of the AFL preferred GWS that they would strongly resist any salary cap relief should Buddy not be able to play out his entire contract.

Times change though and AFL want a strong Sydney

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how hilarious are Dodoros comments regarding Daniher??  We won't be letting him go? 

Like clubs have a say when a big name decides to leave these days.  Joe has pizzed them off good and proper and now Goddard is saying Joe didn't do his rehab well enough

what an arrogant, weak, juvenile club. 

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40 minutes ago, DubDee said:

how hilarious are Dodoros comments regarding Daniher??  We won't be letting him go? 

Like clubs have a say when a big name decides to leave these days.  Joe has pizzed them off good and proper and now Goddard is saying Joe didn't do his rehab well enough

what an arrogant, weak, juvenile club. 

Dodoro is bluffing.  His grandstanding is just show for supporters.

Joey is an UFA next year and can walk to Sydney and Ess will get a mid first round  comp pick. 

They will take a higher 1st round pick this year if Sydney offer it.  I reckon if they do offer pick 5 they will want something back from Ess.

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On 10/5/2019 at 3:47 PM, Wiseblood said:

Never thought he would leave Essendon, even after the meeting with Tom Harley.  I'm probably being naive there but I just assumed he would play 200 games for them.

Too injury prone - not interested.  Let's go for Jamie Elliott. !

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Every time I turn on to SEN or Trade Radio they are obsessed with Joe D'. 

I suspect this trade won't happen until tomorrow night in Prime time tv on fox footy Trading Day because the AFL have orchastrated holding this back as part of their changed schedule to maximise the drama. 

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Bang! That's all they ever talk about on trade radio!

Absolute pure trash. Nothing is happening, but let's continue to talk about him.

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Daniher and Hill will be all the rage tomorrow. Don't expect anything to happen until the deadline for maximum clicks and views.

Today I was just praying that some trade would happen so I wouldn't have to hear about how Eddie Bett's return will have Carlton's soul.

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FFS he isn’t even worth 6 and 25 which supposedly the swans were to offer. He has played 5 games in 2 years.

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They should at least change the morning segment with Barrett and Lloyd from AFL Trade Radio to Essendon Trade Radio, it seems to be the only team they talk about.

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Hilarious!! A Daniher wants out of Essendon. And they want more than 2 top 10 picks! Didn’t I just say a favourite son wants OUT of your drug cheating club.😁😀😂🤣🤣🤣

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