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Now that both Josh Kennedys have announced their retirements, it’s time to revive this annual thread that starts with our farewelling of some old favourites and ends after the drafts with the introduction of some of the stars of tomorrow.

ADELAIDE

In:

Out: Luke Brown (retired)

BRISBANE LIONS

In:

Out:  Mitch Cox (delisted)  Daniel McStay (Collingwood) Mitch Robinson (delisted) Ely Smith (delisted) Deividas Uosis (delisted)

CARLTON 

In: Blake Acres (Fremantle) 

Out: Will Hayes (delisted) Liam Jones (Western Bulldogs) Oscar McDonald (delisted) Jack Newnes (delisted) Luke Parks (delisted) Liam Stocker (delisted) Tom Williamson (retired)

COLLINGWOOD 

In: Bobby Hill (GWS Giants) Daniel McStay (Brisbane)

Out: Callum Brown (delisted) Tyler Brown (delisted) Isaac Chugg (delisted) Liam McMahon (delisted) Jordan Roughhead (retired)

ESSENDON

In:

Out: Tom Cutler (delisted) Tom Hird (delisted) Michael Hurley (retired) Garrett McDonagh (delisted) Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (retired) Devon Smith (retired)

FREMANTLE 

In:

Out: Blake Acres (Carlton) Connor Blakely (delisted) Griffin Logue (North Melbourne) David Mundy (retired) Darcy Tucker (North Melbourne) Joel Western (delisted)

GEELONG 

In:

Out: Luke Dahlhaus (retired) Francis Evans (delisted) Shaun Higgins (retired) Quinton Narkle (delisted) Joel Selwood (retired) Nick Stevens (delisted) Paul Tsapatolis (delisted) Zane Williams (delisted)

GOLD COAST SUNS

In:

Out: Matt Conroy (delisted) Jez McLennan (delisted) Patrick Murtagh (delisted) Rhys Nicholls (delisted)

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY 

In:

Out: Jarrod Brander (delisted) Matt de Boer (retired) Bobby Hill (Collingwood) Zach Sproule (delisted) Jake Stein (delisted) Tim Taranto (Richmond) 

HAWTHORN 

In: Karl Amon (Port Adelaide)

Out: Jackson Callow (delisted) Connor Downie (delisted) Kyle Hartigan (delisted) Daniel Howe (delisted) Ben McEvoy (retired) Tom Phillips (delisted) Liam Shiels (retired)

MELBOURNE 

In:

Out: Mitch Brown (retired) Majak Daw (retired) Jayden Hunt (West Coast Eagles) Fraser Rosman (delisted)

NORTH MELBOURNE 

In: Griffin Logue (Fremantle) Darcy Tucker (Fremantle)

Out: Kyron Hayden (delisted) Tom Lynch (retired) Matt McGuinness (delisted) Patrick Walker (delisted)

PORT ADELAIDE 

In:

Out: Karl Amon (Hawthorn) Robbie Gray (retired) Sam Mayes (delisted) Steven Motlop (retired) Taj Schofield (delisted) Sam Skinner (delisted)

RICHMOND 

In: Tim Taranto (GWS Giants)

Out: Josh Caddy (retired) Shane Edwards (retired) Kane Lambert (retired) Matthew Parker (retired)

ST KILDA

In: Zaine Cordy (Western Bulldogs)

Out: Jarryn Geary (retired) Dan Hannebery (retired)  Darragh Joyce (delisted) Dean Kent (retired) Paddy Ryder (retired)

SYDNEY 

In:

Out: Josh Kennedy (retired) Colin O'Riordan (retired) Callum Sinclair (retired)

WEST COAST EAGLES 

In: Jayden Hunt (Melbourne)

Out: Hugh Dixon (delisted) Tom Joyce (delisted) Josh Kennedy (retired) Patrick Naish (delisted) Jackson Nelson (delisted) Jack Redden (retired)

WESTERN BULLDOGS 

In: Liam Jones (Carlton)

Out: Zaine Cordy (St Kilda)

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adam simpson said in an interview about a month ago that luke strnadica stepped away from the club deciding afl wasn't for him during the season

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19 hours ago, Demonstone said:

Sorry to mess up your thread, WJ.  Maybe we could prevail on Andy (I believe you may be acquainted) to get rid of your superfluous apostrophe and the trainwreck of responses that I set in motion.

No worries at all - It’s cool.

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It's a moot point, WJ.  Although they got together in 1978, their first album didn't appear until 1980 and it was in this decade that they were best known.  I'll give it you on a technicality!  Demonland Uber Alles!!!

 

 

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4 hours ago, Demonstone said:

Slightly?  It's up there with the Harold Holt Swim Centre in Glen Iris for mine!

I thought it highly instructive, I've always used that as a example when trying to explain irony.

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11 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

"Woke", binny?  Really?  Thought you were better than that.

I doubt Andy would have let me post the real title of that song!

The auto censor would have fixed it for you...

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21 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

"Woke", binny?  Really?  Thought you were better than that.

I doubt Andy would have let me post the real title of that song!

well apparently you were incorrect about too drunk to fight

still i don't know how jaded weasled herself into the lyrics 

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Went to a party
I danced all night
I drank 16 beers and I started up a fight
But now I am jaded

 

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27 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

"Woke", binny?  Really?  Thought you were better than that.

I doubt Andy would have let me post the real title of that song!

Bloody fully woke to be knocking a poster for using the term woke!

Particularly when said poster was using woke in post rock ironic fashion!

Double exclamation mark!!

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