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Thought it would be good idea to condense all known/reported player movements not related to MFC into this thread here for discussion. If mods deem this as unnecessary feel free to delete.

 

So far we have

Atkins to Gold Coast - UFA

Williams to Carlton - RFA

Saad to Carlton - Trade requested

Hately to Adelaide - Trade requested 

Daniher to Brisbane - RFA

Cameron to Geelong - RFA

Crouch to St Kilda - RFA

Hartigan to Hawthorn - UFA

 

Might be missing some but those are the ones I can recall. 

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2 minutes ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

I wouldn't rule out a third team coming hard late for Saad. the Blues are gunna play hardball and push him to the PSD if they have to and the Bombers will want ALOT. i reckon if another team asks the question late and can convince Saad they may be a chance to steal him.

Would love for Adelaide or North to pick him up in the PSD so both Carlton and Essendon lose out. Ultimately though I think Carlton will split their first pick and Essendon will reluctantly accept a late first rounder for him with perhaps later pick swaps to save face.

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16 minutes ago, BScotti said:

fantasia and Z Langdon?

 

Feel free to discuss them but I haven't included them in the initial list because as far as I'm aware they haven't been linked to a specific club. Have heard they want to move to SA and WA respectively though.  

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4 hours ago, Nascent said:

Feel free to discuss them but I haven't included them in the initial list because as far as I'm aware they haven't been linked to a specific club. Have heard they want to move to SA and WA respectively though.  

fantasia to port ?

corr to north ?

cockatoo to brissie - only hold up is the fact cats r still alive

preuss nominated gws

higgins will get to cats - same hold up as cocky

 

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5 hours ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

I wouldn't rule out a third team coming hard late for Saad. the Blues are gunna play hardball and push him to the PSD if they have to and the Bombers will want ALOT. i reckon if another team asks the question late and can convince Saad they may be a chance to steal him.

Carlton will get the deal done 

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Forgot about Corr. North must have made a really nice financial offer for him to go there. With Cameron, Williams and Hately leaving GWS are going to have a slew of early picks again. Feel they've lost too much quality for it to matter now and they should be occupying the bottom half of the ladder for the next few years. Wonder if the likes of Kelly, Whitfield and Taranto will be gettable once the ship starts to sink.

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Caldwell has nominated Essendon as his club of choice to be traded to. St Kilda were allegedly front runners but the commitment of crouch as a rfa probably impacted this. Gws bleeding players at the moment. Hard to see us acquiring any other Gws youngsters after the exits they've had.

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5 year deal for Caldwell to the bombers? Is that right? 2nd year player that hasn’t done much to date. Smells a bit desperate. Could turn out ok but bit risky. Is only 183 cm so not exactly that big mid they need. 

Based on what Essendon want for Saad they might have to use pick 6 for Caldwell. They might regret using the term compelling compensation 

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14 minutes ago, Theo said:

Just announced on 3aw that Jay Caldwell has requested a trade to Essendon

Interesting considering they appear to have problems and still have Shiel, Merrett, Smith, Parish, Heppell, McGrath, Stringer and a few others who can play midfield. 

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23 hours ago, Skuit said:

On a reported $2.5 million contract offer over five years. Wow. I should have concentrated on football instead of girls and booze. 

SEN reported that he will be on around $550k a season for 5 years. 

This for a bloke who has played 11 games and hasn't won more than 16 possies in any of them.

Just goes to show what you have to pay to get players to your club when you aren't much chop.

Happy for him to go the Bombers as well considering the last place I think they need to add players is in their midfield right now.  

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Indeed.

Smith to Geelong on a two year deal ($$$ not specified)

Hawthorn receive a 3rd round compensation pick, currently pick 42.

 

As a side note, our pick 47 has now slide out to pick 49 and this is before compensation is handed out for Williams, Corr and Daniher (if bombers don't match). This will change further with academy bids and may even come in slightly as 2nd and 3rd round picks get swallowed up in the process.

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