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Complete hypothetical. If you could have a player from any team to join our list, who would you choose? You can either go all out for the flag or bring in youngsters to help sure up the future. Up to you!

I've done a Top 10

1. A. Naughton
2. S. Walsh
3. B.King (I think he's better than Max)
4. C.Curnow
5. Bailey Smith
6. Zac Bailey
7. Shai Bolton
8. Horne-Francis
9. Sam Taylor
10. Isaac Heeney

I've gone for a slight preference for Key Forwards up top because that's where we lack the most depth. Also, life after Ben Brown.  I've also valued younger players as they are more valuable to a list as they have more seasons in them. 

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Max King

Ben King

A Naughton

Tom Green

S Walsh

Horne francis

Bont

Bolton

Daicos

Rachele

The bont would look good in a demon jumper

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I like both of these lists so far.

Neither of the King brothers work hard enough yet, but I would love Ben King and I still think he could be gettable in the near term.

I know it's not really the point of the thread to go realistic, but planning a future post McDonald and Brown is important, particularly to keep our window open. So King would be at the top of my list.

Dream scenario is Walsh, but equally, having Tom Green partner Oliver and Petracca is an incredible prospect.

 

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4 hours ago, Wrecker46 said:

Brayshaw. Pundits keep saying Angus might go to Freo to play with his brother. What about the opposite?

Would Freo offer Andrew Brayshaw for Luke Jackson?

Not saying we should take it, just saying.

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Sean Darcy

Josh Daicos

Sam Collins

Charlie Curnow

Shai Bolton

Jordan Dawson

Tom Green

Aaron Naughton

Zac Bailey

Callum Mills

 

 

What do I win?

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, UK Demon said:

Would Freo offer Andrew Brayshaw for Luke Jackson?

Not saying we should take it, just saying.

A garden variety mid for a potential once in a generation versatile big man.

Nah

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4 hours ago, faultydet said:

Sean Darcy

Josh Daicos

Sam Collins

Charlie Curnow

Shai Bolton

Jordan Dawson

Tom Green

Aaron Naughton

Zac Bailey

Callum Mills

 

 

What do I win?

 

 

 

My respect lol. I love the Sam Collins pick. The guy plays with Steven May type passion. 

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11 hours ago, UK Demon said:

Would Freo offer Andrew Brayshaw for Luke Jackson?

Not saying we should take it, just saying.

 

8 hours ago, jnrmac said:

A garden variety mid for a potential once in a generation versatile big man.

Nah

I am sure they would try to offer AB for LJ but I am also sure that that would not get the deal done.

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Maybe it's just me but would much rather see ....

A realistic chance of getting said player from other club vs a whole lot of player 'wish lists'

Could we also add to this mature age (or other top end young talent!??) opportunities that some might be aware of on here that are sitting on secondary lists in the VFL, WAFL, SANFL etc right now and worth considering even as a mid season prospect if that's an option?

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It’s an interesting one as longer term we need key forwards due to the age of whose on our list.

In the short term (2022/23) I’d still be keen on a lockdown defender for a Charlie Cameron/Heeney/Weightman type. Nev and Hibbo used to be great, and I’ve been super impressed with Hunt. It’s purely that the ground ball in defence is almost our only slight weakness.

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On 5/10/2022 at 5:18 PM, BDA said:

Hopefully we can make a big splash in a year or 2 and trade in a KPF. Ben King or Harry McKay my preferences

McKay is over the hill of his best years.

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1 hour ago, John Demonic said:

1. Kent Kingsley

2. Josh Bruce

3-10 Bunch of other spuds who play well against us

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beau Meister

Tim Membrey

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On 5/11/2022 at 9:26 AM, jnrmac said:

once in a generation

Is 'Once in a Generation' becoming the new 'Champion'???

Seems to get thrown around a lot.

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1 hour ago, rjay said:

Is 'Once in a Generation' becoming the new 'Champion'???

Seems to get thrown around a lot.

I hear you but can you name a similar style player in the last 10/15 years? Goodes maybe?

 

there aren't too many

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