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5 hours ago, rpfc said:

plantarus muscle

Wasn’t aware that he had been diagnosed with plantaris tear, but it doesn’t cause foot pain, nor (after being treated or removed) should it affect strength-power function in push-off for running or jumping, other than relating to pain. If he had persistent soleus-gastroc issues, then that would explain it better. Plantaris is undoubtedly a niggle muscle, but not much more other than acutely. 

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1 hour ago, Webber said:

Wasn’t aware that he had been diagnosed with plantaris tear, but it doesn’t cause foot pain, nor (after being treated or removed) should it affect strength-power function in push-off for running or jumping, other than relating to pain. If he had persistent soleus-gastroc issues, then that would explain it better. Plantaris is undoubtedly a niggle muscle, but not much more other than acutely. 

Maybe I wasn’t listening properly to my Physio when I told me what I had. Jake just gave me flashbacks the way he reacted. I constantly played with this desire to take my boots off it was so painful in the muscle underneath my foot leading to my heal.

Sorry for the diversion everyone - I just want Webber to diagnose my issues. 😩

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27 minutes ago, rpfc said:

I constantly played with this desire to take my boots off it was so painful in the muscle underneath my foot leading to my heal.

You had plantar fasciitis, rpfc. It’s a nasty sucker. Better now? 

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2 minutes ago, Webber said:

You had plantar fasciitis, rpfc. It’s a nasty sucker. Better now? 

I swear my Physio said it wasn’t superficial? And couldn’t be that? But idk.

To answer your question, yes, but it effed with my brain and spent a year weirdly not pushing off properly and landing from jumping like an 80 year old.

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8 minutes ago, rpfc said:

swear my Physio said it wasn’t superficial

It isn’t, it’s an inflammatory irritation of the bone to fascial (connective tissue) attachment. 
https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwjsgqbBurT6AhVdS2wGHRUzAZcQFnoECAsQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.physio-pedia.com%2FPlantar_Fasciitis&usg=AOvVaw1c5pYz2Y6hlA-lDHZ9bqit

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On 9/26/2022 at 5:28 PM, KLV said:

Sucked in on day 1 of trade radio and heard the genius Brenton Sanderson give his take on how Grundy gets to us and Jackson to Freo.

Pick 13 from Freo to Melbourne for Jackson 

Ontrade pick 13 to Collingwood for Grundy.

And… he suggested pies may need something more from us, like second rounder or a player eg: Weids!!!

to cap off his work, he says he can’t see how Grundy improves Melbourne.

FFS

 

Surprised he didn't suggest we'd chuck in Trac as a sweetener

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On 9/26/2022 at 5:28 PM, KLV said:

Sucked in on day 1 of trade radio and heard the genius Brenton Sanderson give his take on how Grundy gets to us and Jackson to Freo.

Pick 13 from Freo to Melbourne for Jackson 

Ontrade pick 13 to Collingwood for Grundy.

And… he suggested pies may need something more from us, like second rounder or a player eg: Weids!!!

to cap off his work, he says he can’t see how Grundy improves Melbourne.

FFS

 

Was Brenton Sanderson a Bengal Lancer.

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On 9/26/2022 at 5:28 PM, KLV said:

Sucked in on day 1 of trade radio and heard the genius Brenton Sanderson give his take on how Grundy gets to us and Jackson to Freo.

Pick 13 from Freo to Melbourne for Jackson 

Ontrade pick 13 to Collingwood for Grundy.

And… he suggested pies may need something more from us, like second rounder or a player eg: Weids!!!

to cap off his work, he says he can’t see how Grundy improves Melbourne.

FFS

 

Jon Stewart What GIF

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7 minutes ago, Vineytime said:

There is a new Jay Clark article suggesting there is a 3rd club that will assist Jackson getting to Freo. Cannot access. 

Port Adelaide looms as the key to helping Fremantle unlock the first-round pick swap which can secure the trade for Luke Jackson. 

Fremantle currently has pick 14 and is talking to clubs higher in the draft order in order to nab a pick inside the top 10 to pass on to the Demons for Jackson. 

Melbourne wants two first-round picks for Jackson, including at least one selection inside in the top 10, from Fremantle. 

The Power is open to shuffling back several spots in the first round of the draft, which could see the club swap its pick 8 for Fremantle’s pick 14. 

Port Adelaide would receive at least one second-round pick from Fremantle as extra incentive to move six spots backwards in the first round. 

The deal would mean the Dockers are armed with a prized top-10 selection to give to Melbourne to seal the deal for Jackson. 

But Port Adelaide is holding the upper hand in the negotiations as the club is happy to hold on to pick 8, and the Power won’t do the deal unless it benefits them.

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10 minutes ago, Vineytime said:

There is a new Jay Clark article suggesting there is a 3rd club that will assist Jackson getting to Freo. Cannot access. 

Bulldogs possibly through Freo trades and if Tommo ends up going to Dogs that is tied in to possible deals. 

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2 minutes ago, 58er said:

Bulldogs possibly through Freo trades and if Tommo ends up going to Dogs that is tied in to possible deals. 

Sorry there was info around about the Bulldogs being involved and thought it was what Jay Clark would be mentioning.

BTW  I hope Port aren't doing this to try and sweeten us about Kossie to go to them. Never know do we!! 

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7 minutes ago, 58er said:

Bulldogs possibly through Freo trades and if Tommo ends up going to Dogs that is tied in to possible deals. 

 

9 minutes ago, Davos said:

Port with their first pick.

 

Apparently Lobb for  WB2nd: 29 (?) or so, Logue goes for NM2nd: 19 (?) - I'm guessing Port want pick 19.

So we get pick 8 and a Future 1st? Give us 29 too please!

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https://www.afl.com.au/news/852144/lions-look-into-sun-cat-set-to-depart-gold-coast-go-berry-picking
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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

Dogs have said that they’re not interested in Tommo. 

Thanks Andy

Not heard that as not up to date today with much footy news. Time after dinner to get into it. 

Cheers snd thanks for all your hard work snd assistance in 2022. 

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Given a number of trades involves North / Brisbane and its unclear if their coaches will remain the trade situation will be interesting.  Eg Does Logue still want to go to North?

Would people want us to package up what we get to try and get higher up the order (Pick 1 is tradeable) or more just go scatter gun approach with 2 first round picks?

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4 minutes ago, deelusions from afar said:

Given a number of trades involves North / Brisbane and its unclear if their coaches will remain the trade situation will be interesting.  Eg Does Logue still want to go to North?

Would people want us to package up what we get to try and get higher up the order (Pick 1 is tradeable) or more just go scatter gun approach with 2 first round picks?

Grab pick 1 for Cadman should the club rate him accordingly

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I still think we'll get shafted. 

If the reports are true that wce aren't really in the conversation, then I think the best we'll get is Pick 8 and a F2 and some change. 

If pick 8 wasn't involved then I think we'd get 13 and a F1 with 32 going back. 

Either way Melbourne and Fremantle have been in discussions for a very long time. I think both clubs are aware of what the final deal will be already. 

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2 hours ago, Demonland said:

Port Adelaide looms as the key to helping Fremantle unlock the first-round pick swap which can secure the trade for Luke Jackson. 

Fremantle currently has pick 14 and is talking to clubs higher in the draft order in order to nab a pick inside the top 10 to pass on to the Demons for Jackson. 

Melbourne wants two first-round picks for Jackson, including at least one selection inside in the top 10, from Fremantle. 

The Power is open to shuffling back several spots in the first round of the draft, which could see the club swap its pick 8 for Fremantle’s pick 14. 

Port Adelaide would receive at least one second-round pick from Fremantle as extra incentive to move six spots backwards in the first round. 

The deal would mean the Dockers are armed with a prized top-10 selection to give to Melbourne to seal the deal for Jackson. 

But Port Adelaide is holding the upper hand in the negotiations as the club is happy to hold on to pick 8, and the Power won’t do the deal unless it benefits them.

Sheezel or Humphrey at pick 8 pls 🙋🏻‍♂️

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