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On 10/23/2019 at 2:53 PM, spirit of norm smith said:

Good call. He is better than most of the Top picks imo in the thin-highly compromised draft next year. That’s why I like the swap with Kangas

I'm convinced this has been our plan the whole time and that we will take Kemp at 8. We traded next years first for him but he wont play in 2020. He will be effectively our first pick in the 2020 draft. Really good trading IMO, we get a top 5 talent next year regardless of our finishing place in 2020. 

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14 minutes ago, Brenno said:

I'm convinced this has been our plan the whole time and that we will take Kemp at 8. We traded next years first for him but he wont play in 2020. He will be effectively our first pick in the 2020 draft. Really good trading IMO, we get a top 5 talent next year regardless of our finishing place in 2020. 

That’s if he is there at 8 and if he is the one we want.

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

That’s if he is there at 8 and if he is the one we want.

My theory is that the only reason with bought pick 8 was for Kemp.  Id say we know he will be there at 8. 

 

 

 

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35 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Looks like Range Rover moved to the States.

If you are referring to me I would ask that as adults we be civil towards each other.

I was a 40 year Demon member and have now moved to the USA with my American wife so I would respectfully ask that you do not make any snide remarks.

We are all here for one reason and that is to discuss the MFC and what it means to each of us.

Thankyou and I trust you appreciate my polite response. Like you I do not appreciate snide remarks.

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2 hours ago, Brenno said:

My theory is that the only reason with bought pick 8 was for Kemp.  Id say we know he will be there at 8. 

 

 

 

I hope that’s the case. 

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2 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Looks like Range Rover moved to the States.

I thought Rangy was Jacko scissor kick???

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2 hours ago, Nelo said:

I hope that’s the case. 

You'd reckon they'd attempt to trade in pick 12 (one pick before the dogs) as opposed to throwing the extra picks in to secure 8 from Norf if Weightman is the target. But what do I know!! 

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10 hours ago, Brenno said:

I'm convinced this has been our plan the whole time and that we will take Kemp at 8. We traded next years first for him but he wont play in 2020. He will be effectively our first pick in the 2020 draft. Really good trading IMO, we get a top 5 talent next year regardless of our finishing place in 2020. 

I HOPE this is the thinking. 

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4 hours ago, adonski said:

You'd reckon they'd attempt to trade in pick 12 (one pick before the dogs) as opposed to throwing the extra picks in to secure 8 from Norf if Weightman is the target. But what do I know!! 

Some talk Carlton want a small forward as well, seeing as they missed Papley. Are also apparently in the frame for Jackson (ruck) and Kemp, as are we 

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Pick 3: Young

Pick 8: Kemp.

Take it to the bank. 

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On 10/25/2019 at 7:44 AM, Ohio USA - David said:

If you are referring to me I would ask that as adults we be civil towards each other.

I was a 40 year Demon member and have now moved to the USA with my American wife so I would respectfully ask that you do not make any snide remarks.

We are all here for one reason and that is to discuss the MFC and what it means to each of us.

Thankyou and I trust you appreciate my polite response. Like you I do not appreciate snide remarks.

Yeh nah you’re Range Rover. 

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14 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Yeh nah you’re Range Rover. 

Not to digress too much further, but I always thought Stuie and Rangey were one and the same? FWIW, I never minded either of them.

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23 hours ago, JakovichScissorKick said:

 

Kemp wont make it to pick 8

If GWS are forced to match a bid for Green, it only leaves Adelaide, Sydney and Fremantle to bid on Kemp. Adelaide might prefer one of the SA boys and Freo might look at Ash or Stevens after losing Langdon and Hill. Sydney might look at Sarong if the Crows don’t take him with the plan to replace Papley next year?

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6 minutes ago, Males said:

If GWS are forced to match a bid for Green, it only leaves Adelaide, Sydney and Fremantle to bid on Kemp. Adelaide might prefer one of the SA boys and Freo might look at Ash or Stevens after losing Langdon and Hill. Sydney might look at Sarong if the Crows don’t take him with the plan to replace Papley next year?

You could be right but I concur with the idea that it's quite possible Kemp won't be there at our next pick. I'd prefer Kemp over Young, but it'll be interesting to see what we do with pick 3.

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2 hours ago, A F said:

You could be right but I concur with the idea that it's quite possible Kemp won't be there at our next pick. I'd prefer Kemp over Young, but it'll be interesting to see what we do with pick 3.

And we have another month to keep guessing. 😂

I don’t know enough about the kids to pick, only what I’ve read, but I do like the idea of having an elite kick coming out of the back half to set up attacks though. I actually think Kemp will slip through to our pick 8, just don’t know if we’ll pick him. 🤷🏼‍♂️😉

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On 10/25/2019 at 7:25 PM, JakovichScissorKick said:

 

Kemp wont make it to pick 8

We can only hope. Makes it more likely Stephens will be left on the board.

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4 minutes ago, Mach5 said:

We can only hope. Makes it more likely Stephens will be left on the board.

I may be in the minority but I kinda hope we take Stephens over Kemp (as unlikely it is we'd get the choice between the two at pick 8 )I'm surprised he's not getting more love, he seems like a perfect fit 

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8 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

3-Green. Giants (nomination by Dees)

4- Young. Dees 

5- Stephens. Crows 
6- Ash.  Freo 

7- Serong. Swans

8- Kemp.  Dees 

that’s a great double for the Dees

Crows could be interested in Serong as an Eddie replacement? 

I don’t know if Swans would pass Kemp, I get the logic of choosing Serong to replace Papley if he plans leave though. 

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38 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

3-Green. Giants (nomination by Dees)

4- Young. Dees 

5- Stephens. Crows 
6- Ash.  Freo 

7- Serong. Swans

8- Kemp.  Dees 

that’s a great double for the Dees

I don't think Flanders would slide outside of the top 8.

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7 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

3-Green. Giants (nomination by Dees)

4- Young. Dees 

5- Stephens. Crows 
6- Ash.  Freo 

7- Serong. Swans

8- Kemp.  Dees 

that’s a great double for the Dees

There's talk of freo picking Jackson with 7 to get him ahead of Carlton at 9

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Agree, Freo will take one of Robertson/Jackson at 7 and will be praying to land the other at 10. 

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