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15 hours ago, Nudge said:

Do NOT sleep on Treloar, as I thought when JM spoke to traderadio —We are 100% in this but it’ll ALL depend on TMAC.

 

if we somehow find a suitor by Weds COB, Treloar WILL be a demon. We are his preference which has altered things but unfortunately we’re about $425k short this McDonald must find a home (word is we are even offering to pay a record % of salary) but until Cameron and Saad get done it’ll stay stagnant.

Fingers crossed, cus he’s be the ideal wingman and my info is that he’s happy to play that role which again has altered thinking. However it is still unlikely unless TMac finds a home.

This is also why BB deal isn’t done, for we’d need pk26 for any trade w/pies. Remains prob 15% chance but absolutely we ARE in it.

Couple of nibbles for other players that free some extra space but again we won’t move in those if TMAC doesn’t happen.

Others: mild interest in Vardy, A.Phillips, Xerri & Cox (only if we miss Treloar) & Witherden said no thanks to Vic as a whole. 

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This is one of the all time great Nudge posts.

It's unlikely, but it's possible, but it depends on TMac, so it's a 15% chance.

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9 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Hannan for a future 3rd round pick is doing the media rounds, not confirmed yet.

This is too cheap rather keep him Has a lot of upside in my opinion

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"MELBOURNE is set to execute a pick swap with Adelaide which could help unlock a deal to land North Melbourne's Ben Brown. 

AFL.com.au understands the Crows will send a second-round pick (currently No.33) and a third-round pick (currently No.50) to the Demons in exchange for their future second-round and future fourth-round selections." 

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Dees want to keep pick 26. The swap that would make sense is Dees send 33 & 43 for Ben Brown and 57. This equates to pick 25 in draft points. 

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1 minute ago, Kent said:

This is too cheap rather keep him Has a lot of upside in my opinion

Really move on 2018 was Mitchs big dance And remember him fondly fir his great goal vs Geelong and pre3/4 time mark and goal vs Hawks.
 

Mitch has numerous opps this year to secure a HFF but failed like a couple of others and only got about 10 or less possessions per game and few goals.

Hunt and Spargo got some good ones vs Pies GWS and Dons and are in line ahead of Mitch.

Spargs has more upside and us still developing and has a good footy brain and Hunty still has a skill factor to sta

Just now, Lord Nev said:

I like him, but our hands are tied at the negotiation table given we didn't pick him often this year.

Why because his firm was bad !  

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1 minute ago, Clintosaurus said:

26 and 33 are enough points to get pick 14 from the Dogs. Preuss pick form GWS should be enough for Ben?

This probably means Fin McRae comes into being.in Draft First  round.

All you Mahoney doubters ( and haters) again have been stumped By his creative brain. How he dreams up these swaps is amazing. And JT can agsin get us a star plus do west I'll have one 2 Nd rounder left or not after all the points are totalled.

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