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How about...

Jackson and pick 44 to Freo for pick 13, Future 1st, and (North's) Future 2nd

Picks 13 and 27 to Geelong for pick 7 - Geelong use 13 for Bruhn

Grundy to Dees for Freo's (North's) future 2nd

Dees trade 7 and our future 2nd to GWS for 15 and 19

Dees end up with Grundy, 15, 19 and future 1st for Jackson, 27, 44 and a future 2nd

 

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9 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

How about...

Jackson and pick 44 to Freo for pick 13, Future 1st, and (North's) Future 2nd

Picks 13 and 27 to Geelong for pick 7 - Geelong use 13 for Bruhn

Grundy to Dees for Freo's (North's) future 2nd

Dees trade 7 and our future 2nd to GWS for 15 and 19

Dees end up with Grundy, 15, 19 and future 1st for Jackson, 27, 44 and a future 2nd

 

Geelong want local Jye Clark at 7.

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7 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

How about...

Jackson and pick 44 to Freo for pick 13, Future 1st, and (North's) Future 2nd

Picks 13 and 27 to Geelong for pick 7 - Geelong use 13 for Bruhn

Grundy to Dees for Freo's (North's) future 2nd

Dees trade 7 and our future 2nd to GWS for 15 and 19

Dees end up with Grundy, 15, 19 and future 1st for Jackson, 27, 44 and a future 2nd

 

Like it until we trade 7. Think we'd keep the top 10 pick.

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I wish there was some news out of Freo. 

The silence seems like they are doing side deals but ignoring Jackson. 

Meanwhile their potential pick swap partners are doing other deals, players traded and Freo is playing in its own little pond, by itself!!

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9 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Movement?

 

It's effectively:

Port give 8, F1st and player/pick, get JHF and Rioli

WC give 2 and Rioli, get 8 and Ports' F1

Nth give JHF, get 2 and player/pick

 

Freo might get caught out here

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2 minutes ago, Mickey said:

It's effectively:

Port give 8, F1st and player/pick, get JHF and Rioli

WC give 2 and Rioli, get 8 and Ports' F1

Nth give JHF, get 2 and player/pick

 

Freo might get caught out here

How on God's earth is JHF worth pick 2!!!

Then what is LJ worth...

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2 minutes ago, Mickey said:

It's effectively:

Port give 8, F1st and player/pick, get JHF and Rioli

WC give 2 and Rioli, get 8 and Ports' F1

Nth give JHF, get 2 and player/pick

 

Freo might get caught out here

Initial thought is it doesn't seem a great deal for WC?

Wonder how close pick 8 and future 1st would get them to Jacko? Or even if they'd be allowed to do that?

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15 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Movement?

 

Once the eagles pick 2 is gone there goes the WA competition for LJ!!

Freo laughing!!

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7 hours ago, A F said:

But hang on. I didn't say LJ was necessarily a generational talent. Dazzle said he wasn't better than any of the draft crop this year. Who. Have. Never. Played. A. Game. Of. AFL. Football.

Luke Jackson was instrumental in the greatest burst of AFL football perhaps ever witnessed. 

Take a cold shower.

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Just now, Lord Nev said:

Initial thought is it doesn't seem a great deal for WC?

Wonder how close pick 8 and future 1st would get them to Jacko? Or even if they'd be allowed to do that?

I suppose it depends on where Port finish next year. If they drop further, it'd be 2 and rioli for 8 and maybe 6. Or it might end up 8 and 12. Hard to tell

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1 minute ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Once the eagles pick 2 is gone there goes the WA competition for LJ!!

Freo laughing!!

Why? They can still offer 8, which is more than Freo have this year. And if they get an extra 2023 1st, they'll be able to trade it 

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2 minutes ago, Redlagged said:

Take a cold shower.

Nah, would prefer hot, thanks.

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2 minutes ago, Mickey said:

Why? They can still offer 8, which is more than Freo have this year. And if they get an extra 2023 1st, they'll be able to trade it 

Technically Eagles must use a first round pick this year, unless AFL give them an exemption

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Just now, Lucifers Hero said:

Technically Eagles must use a first round pick this year, unless AFL give them an exemption

I think the consensus has always been that, if they are bring Jackson in, the AFL would sign off on it. 

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1 minute ago, Demons11 said:

JHF was pick 1 a year ago, of course he is worth pick 2 

And the second part of my post:  What then is LJ worth?

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Pick 2 + Rioli gets them pick 8 & future first rounder.  IF they are genuine about their interest in Jackson, that would suggest to me that they’ve already offered pick 2 in a direct swap for Jackson and Dees have said that’s not what they want.

 

edit: this is assuming that they would be willing to give up Jacko for pick 8 and the future port 1st (which is around the Melbourne asking price).

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58 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

I wish there was some news out of Freo. 

The silence seems like they are doing side deals but ignoring Jackson. 

Meanwhile their potential pick swap partners are doing other deals, players traded and Freo is playing in its own little pond, by itself!!

Last I heard (this morning) they'd had 6 or 7 meetings with us. Apparently a deal was getting close before the port pick swap but idk how accurate that is. 

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28 minutes ago, Mickey said:

It's effectively:

Port give 8, F1st and player/pick, get JHF and Rioli

WC give 2 and Rioli, get 8 and Ports' F1

Nth give JHF, get 2 and player/pick

 

Freo might get caught out here

Don't see this helping us. WC are going to want to keep a pick in the top 10 this year. Which only leaves their F1 and ports F1 on offer for us? 

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