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43 minutes ago, A F said:

What?

To go on top of his current contract, another 5 years would take him through to 2027 (where he would be turning 32 prior to the 2028 season).

5 years would be more than sufficient. As i doubt he'd be looking to start at another club at 32 years old and after 13 years with the Dees.

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I don't know why people are concerned about length.

The only time you should be concerned about length is when your putting a contract to a player who is 28+.

Trac is 25? 7 years, sure why not. Covers his peak years and makes him the face of Melbourne.

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10 hours ago, MurDoc516 said:

I don't know why people are concerned about length.

The only time you should be concerned about length is when your putting a contract to a player who is 28+.

Trac is 25? 7 years, sure why not. Covers his peak years and makes him the face of Melbourne.

Exactly. If 31 year old Trac is battered and bruised and just limping through in his last couple of seasons, so what? It’ll still be money well spent.

I’d love to see him sign a long deal. Not because I’m worried about him leaving, because honestly why would he? Just because I love the willingness to commit. Hope this turns out to be true.

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We have to offer Trac what ever he wants. Players of his ilk don’t grow on trees and we may not ever draft a player of his talent again.

However we must be of the understanding that we probably won’t be able to land a huge free agent in the next while and may see some our unsung players like an ANB seek a pay day elsewhere.

Lever, May, Gawn and BBB surely aren’t playing out of the goodness of their heart. And Oliver will be seeking $900K a year when he reaches free agency.

We need to re-sign Trac on big money and absolutely win a flag within 3 years.

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Just saw the news on Seven. Trac wants to stay beyond 2022. Melbourne have to do the deal. Collingwood crying.

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6 minutes ago, In Harmes Way said:

7 news reporting an agreement is expected imminently, thought to be 7 years at $900K per season

The 7 years is correct, however, the $900k per season is well off.

Thanks for your support dazzledavey36, as you know from past history, when I post a breaking story it is 100% factual.

 

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17 minutes ago, In Harmes Way said:

7 news reporting an agreement is expected imminently, thought to be 7 years at $900K per season

 

10 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

Amazing!

Well I think we can say with certainty that the players love Goody.  Every single one of our stars has re-signed.

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3 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

The 7 years is correct, however, the $900k per season is well off.

Thanks for your support dazzledavey36, as you know from past history, when I post a breaking story it is 100% factual.

 

Is it at way under 900k or (as I suspect) way over?

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3 minutes ago, nacnud said:

Is it at way under 900k or (as I suspect) way over?

Over. 1.1-1.2 million I suspect.

7 years is too long for any player IMO. So much can happen in that time. He’ll be 33 when that contract ends. 

Good to see the clubs doing everything in its power to keep him though. All our stars are signing on. It’s a big shift from earlier in the decade where they would leave en masse!

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5 minutes ago, Lord Travis said:

7 years is too long for any player IMO. So much can happen in that time. He’ll be 33 when that contract ends.

I'm not a fan of long deals either but there are exceptions to every rule. Trac is a generational player so i can live with it.

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