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Ugh. Just the thought of Christian in a black and white guernsey. 🤮

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12 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I don't think I am revealing too much by telling you it is significantly more than $900 per year.

Excellent info mate

The Good Source is gold….

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32 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

One of my favourite posts on DL.

Only need one more to overtake it saying, “ Petracca deal done by Dees”

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21 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.

 

And here I was explaining to my wife that Petracca just signed for well under his true value.

We probably just matched what they heard Collingwood was offering.

Great news all the same.

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2 minutes ago, MurDoc516 said:

No Merret then. Rest of the coin being saved for Clarry in 2years.

T Mac's contract off the books would create possibilities.. 

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That's why I asked does anyone know anything concrete. It was spruiked as an exclusive. Is it true?

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Just now, adonski said:

T Mac's contract off the books would create possibilities.. 

Also gotta think Jones, Nev and Hibbo are potentially on the outer... but then you have to consider the bumper deals that we will need to offer Fritsch, Spargo, Kozzy, Rivers, Jackson.

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20 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I don't think I am revealing too much by telling you it is significantly more than $900 per year.

did you intentionally mean $900?

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Just now, MurDoc516 said:

Also gotta think Jones, Nev and Hibbo are potentially on the outer... but then you have to consider the bumper deals that we will need to offer Fritsch, Spargo, Kozzy, Rivers, Jackson.

Bumper deal for Spargo? I think not haha, nevertheless you're right with the others. Also think Hibbo has another year in him.

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Just now, adonski said:

Wondered the same. 

I don't understand your question.  To try and assist you, the figure of $900 k came from Ch7 report.

I'm just telling you that it is significantly more than that.

Adonski, you are one of about 5 other Posters that displayed some level of doubt about my original post along with HardTack, Rod Grinter Squad, CHF and Robbie57.

I never quite understand why other Posters express that type of doubt/negativity.  Is it envy or a feeling of inadequacy that some posters just have NO level of inside contacts?

 

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3 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I don't understand your question.  To try and assist you, the figure of $900 k came from Ch7 report.

I'm just telling you that it is significantly more than that.

Adonski, you are one of about 5 other Posters that displayed some level of doubt about my original post along with HardTack, Rod Grinter Squad, CHF and Robbie57.

I never quite understand why other Posters express that type of doubt/negativity.  Is it envy or a feeling of inadequacy that some posters just have NO level of inside contacts?

 

Have I just made the list!?
share jericho GIF

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35 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I don't think I am revealing too much by telling you it is significantly more than $900 per year.

Goody where does this put the club in terms of salary cap wise?

I'm guessing when there is a big deal like this, there's a potential for a squeeze out with some players?

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8 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I don't understand your question.  To try and assist you, the figure of $900 k came from Ch7 report.

I'm just telling you that it is significantly more than that.

Adonski, you are one of about 5 other Posters that displayed some level of doubt about my original post along with HardTack, Rod Grinter Squad, CHF and Robbie57.

I never quite understand why other Posters express that type of doubt/negativity.  Is it envy or a feeling of inadequacy that some posters just have NO level of inside contacts?

 

you quoted $900 not $900k

adonski and i wondered whether you made a mistake or were being a little bit naughty

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Tom Browne's report pretty much was based around other clubs saying they've asked about Petracca and his manager has said 'he's not interested'.

Personally I reckon there's probably a lot more to do to complete a deal. Petracca will want to stay and the club will have a rough ball park of the money he's worth but after that there's so many factors on how to get the deal done.

The Dogs right now are negotiating with Bont who is 1.0001 to stay and to get a huge deal, but they are working through all sorts of factors with the structure.

There's a long way between Petracca indicating he's happy to stay and the club indicating a ball park figure and everything getting signed and sealed.

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27 minutes ago, MurDoc516 said:

No Merret then. Rest of the coin being saved for Clarry in 2years.

Tiges are paying Marti a s...load, Jack's not on peanuts & they still landed Lynch plus have Cotch & Prestia on good deals.

I think Merrett is a good chance to be in the red & blue

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32 minutes ago, Dame Gaga said:

That's why I asked does anyone know anything concrete. It was spruiked as an exclusive. Is it true?

Dont worry about rude ppl on this site.....

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