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15 minutes ago, A F said:

Heard anything @dazzledavey36?

He's not going anywhere for this year.

I'd be more worried if we got to round 10 next year and he was still unsigned and we were not in the top 8.

The Oliver being unhappy is real though.

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9 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

He's not going anywhere for this year.

I'd be more worried if we got to round 10 next year and he was still unsigned and we were not in the top 8.

The Oliver being unhappy is real though.

Yep, that's what I've heard too. 

We need to come out of the blocks like Usain Bolt next year.

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26 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Talk about over exaggerating.  I love Oliver and think he is a star but 1 player certainly does not make club. 

I differ in the respect we had very good foresight to recruit him. He is an exceptionally talented player with the right drive. It is a killer for support and list building if he goes.

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18 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

So when WC lost Judd, did they shrivel up 

Well, the year after he left they finished 15th (second last). The year after that 11th. The year after that 16th (last). It took them another 4 years to get back into the 8. This is with the best resources in the AFL. They didn't shrivel up, but they went from competing for flags to nowhere... 

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12 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

So when WC lost Judd, did they shrivel up 

West coast were a powerhouse with recent premierships. We’re a battling nobody that no one cares about. You start losing your best players and Oliver is a once in a generation mid and we’re [censored]. How many more years do you want to wait for a Premiership? You’re kidding yourself if you don’t realise that. 

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8 minutes ago, A F said:

Well, the year after he left they finished 15th (second last). The year after that 11th. The year after that 16th (last). It took them another 4 years to get back into the 8. This is with the best resources in the AFL. They didn't shrivel up, but they went from competing for flags to nowhere... 

correlation !=causation

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5 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

correlation !=causation

I'm only disputing that West Coast remained a strong club after Judd left. It's untrue and their performances showed this.

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2 minutes ago, drysdale demon said:

How the hell would he know, this is just another garbage thread based on baseless rumors and everyone is getting taken in

Do you know anything mate or are you just running around trying to put the fire out?

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12 minutes ago, Roost it far said:

West coast were a powerhouse with recent premierships. We’re a battling nobody that no one cares about. You start losing your best players and Oliver is a once in a generation mid and we’re [censored]. How many more years do you want to wait for a Premiership? You’re kidding yourself if you don’t realise that. 

I never said he wouldn’t hurt but 1 player doesn’t ruin a whole team 

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What a club. Cant even keep one genuine star mid in 20 years happy for longer than 4 years. 

The damage goodwin is doing to the club is unimaginable.

Question has to be asked whether you want to hang on to a disenchanted player a year too long? 

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2 minutes ago, stranga said:

What a club. Cant even keep one genuine star mid in 20 years happy for longer than 4 years. 

The damage goodwin is doing to the club is unimaginable.

Question has to be asked whether you want to hang on to a disenchanted player a year too long? 

He’s not disenchanted. He wants a Premiership and he’s very unlikely to get that here

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55 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

The Oliver being unhappy is real though.

Well he can get in line behind most of us supporters. 
 

FFS if we are [censored] again next season bye bye quality players and it won’t only be Oliver who will want out imo. 
 

Goodwin betta hit the road running like the Flash cause  if we are zip and 5 he is gone and so is ANOTHER season. 

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