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No 45 is No 27 Aaron Neitschke 0 games and 0 goals. Done his knee at the start of the year, this is the 3rd time he's done it. Highly unlikely that he will be on the list next year.

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No 44 is No 21 Marty Hore 0 games and 0 goals. Done his knee at the start of the year.

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No 43 is No 46 Austin Bradtke 0 Games and 0 Goals. Unfortunately couldn't cut as a ruckman in the VFL so was moved to CHB where he had limited success against Hogan and Buzza at VFL level. It will be touch and go whether or not he will get a contract for next season. 

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No 42 is No 42 Daniel Turner 0 games and 0 goals. He was a mid season rookie looked good at full back until covid hit ruining the last half of the VFL season.

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No 41 is No 40 Kye Declase 0 games and 0 goals. Another mid season rookie who showed promising signs on the wing until covid hit.

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No 40 is No 16 Bailey Laurie 0 games 0 goals. Injured with a fractured eye socket and then a shoulder injury which ruined his VFL season before it could get going.

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No 39 is No 19 Fraser Rosman. 0 games and 0 goals. Very raw prospect who spent most of his time at VFL level on the wing.

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No 38 is No 34 Deakyn Smith. 0 games 0 goals. Progressed nicely at half back and in the back pocket. A big pre season awaits.

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No 37 is No 28 Majak Daw 0 games and 0 goals. Came to the club barely fit fitted in nicely into the ruck spot. Needs a big pre season.

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No 36 is No 12 Toby Bedford 0 games and 0 goals. Honed his craft as a small forward at VFL level.

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No 35 is No 41 Jay Lockhart 0 games and 0 goals. Stagnated in the VFL in the back pocket.

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No 34 is No 38 Mitch Brown 1 game 2 goals. Injured his ankle at VFL level a handy back up for Fritsch at AFL level. Hard to see him getting another contract due to his age. 

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No 33 is No 33 Oskar Baker 3 games 0 goals. Spent most of the time at VFL level on the wing. It will be touch and go whether he gets another contract.

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No 32 is No 22 Aaron vandenBerg 4 games 0 goals. Spent most of his time in the VFL through the middle on the ground. Will be touch and go on whether he gets another contract or not.

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No 31 is Kade Chandler 5 games 0 goals. Spent most of the time at VFL level as a forward pocket. Will be touch and go on whether he gets another contract.

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No 30 is No 39 Neville Jetta 5 games 0 goals. Heart and soul of the club. Couldn't break into a strong backline and spent most of the time in the VFL in a position he's made his own the back pocket.

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No 29 is No 26 Sam Weideman 5 games 3 goals. Really disappointing season from the Weid. Broke his leg in the pre season and never really recovered Ben Brown has taken his place. Must be on the trade table.

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No 28 is No 20 Adam Tomlinson 7 games 0 goals. Switched to CHB after under performing on the wing and it paid dividends as he was a rock down back but unfortunately done his knee which ruined his season.

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No 27 is No 2 Nathan Jones 8 games 2 goals. Heat and soul of the club. Got carried to 300 games but it was well deserved. Unfortunately he won't be getting a fairy tale premiership medal but he will always be in our hearts as a fan favorite.

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I'll do the rest after the Grand Final. The 22 will be the 22 out on grand final day and 23 will be the medi sub 24 to 26 will be the emergencies which will more likely be Hunt, J.Smith and Melksham.

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1 minute ago, Bobby McKenzie said:

DID his knee. Sorry mate, we teachers cannot help ourselves.

Sorry

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9 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

No 27 is No 2 Nathan Jones 8 games 2 goals. Heat and soul of the club. Got carried to 300 games but it was well deserved. Unfortunately he won't be getting a fairy tale premiership medal but he will always be in our hearts as a fan favorite.

Rather than carried I would have preferred escorted, supported, or path cleared to 300 games

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So out of this list, Jones retires; Weid possibly traded and question marks over Neita, Bradtke, M Brown, Baker, AVB and Chandler.

That would be 8 changes in all. I don't think we've got the trade/draft currency for that many changes. Maybe 4-5 in all I'd reckon. Jones now retired, Jetta may retire as well.  So I'd think that there may be three from the list above to leave the club. Maybe Neita, Bradtke and one of AVB or M Brown (assuming Weid stays). I think Baker and Chandler will have belting pre-seasons coming up,  having experienced this finals series and wanting to be a part of the next one, I can't see we'd trade either.

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