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Lj's factor wasn't money other than his mother wanting him home and money just happened to be in the equation

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Sources close to the Pickett trade rumours insist they are completely untrue.”

so those close to the (made up) the rumours are now insisting they are completely untrue. Gold - start a rumour and a few days later insist it is untrue BS. Got to love the lead up to trade period. 

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24 minutes ago, Dodos Demons said:

Sources close to the Pickett trade rumours insist they are completely untrue.”

so those close to the (made up) the rumours are now insisting they are completely untrue. Gold - start a rumour and a few days later insist it is untrue BS. Got to love the lead up to trade period. 

Kane Cornes and Rucci started the rumour. Typical South Aussie rubbish by the sounds

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4 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Kane Cornes and Rucci started the rumour. Typical South Aussie rubbish by the sounds

Tom Browne contacts Kane - “Hey mate, any truth to the rumour”

Kane “what rumour. Kozzy. No mate, my own BS to create some clickbait”

clubs must just shake their head at trade time. Way too many people earning a living off the AFL teat.  

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6 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Americans say "could care less"

Actually, SOME Americans say that.  Others, like several of my American friends, are dumbfounded that those that say it think it makes sense. But overall, I could care less, but not by much.  

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Speaking on RSN on Wednesday morning, Goodwin stated he is mystified about where the rumours of Pickett's potential departure first began.

"We can't understand where this story has come from," Goodwin began.

"'Kozzie' left his exit interview a few days ago and he can't speak more highly enough of Melbourne, his love of the footy club, his love for his teammates, and his joy to be in our program. I'm not sure where these rumours have started from, but he's going to be a Melbourne player for a long time."

 

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Sign him long term. Already had back to back 40 goal seasons at such a young age. He's the most impactful part of our forward line due to his impact both offensively and defensively. He's part of our core for the next decade and would be a huge loss. Lock him in Dees!

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9 minutes ago, layzie said:

Any news on this junk?

Well he is apparently good friends with Henry. Who was Clarry hugging in his Insta photo? Which club does he come from? Do they want anyone from us? There is room in Kozzies home now as one roommate is leaving. If your mate comes to your club, it’s another reason to stay with the club you love.

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14 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Well he is apparently good friends with Henry. Who was Clarry hugging in his Insta photo? Which club does he come from? Do they want anyone from us? There is room in Kozzies home now as one roommate is leaving. If your mate comes to your club, it’s another reason to stay with the club you love.

Would love Henry and Kossi roaming the floor inside 50.

Chocco and Kossi can help Henry on his defensive efforts and intensity over summer. That's his knock. 

But those two could just light up the G and would bring enormous excitement to our forwardline, bring supporters through gates and kiddies would be jumping on the MFC train just to watch. 

Would love for it to happen. 

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5 minutes ago, JimmyGadson said:

Would love Henry and Kossi roaming the floor inside 50.

Chocco and Kossi can help Henry on his defensive efforts and intensity over summer. That's his knock. 

But those two could just light up the G and would bring enormous excitement to our forwardline, bring supporters through gates and kiddies would be jumping on the MFC train just to watch. 

Would love for it to happen. 

Yep, Kozzy, Henry, Fritsch, Naughton, JVR and Max, plus Spargo and/or ANB is dangerous on the ground and devastating in the air. 😉

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

Well he is apparently good friends with Henry. Who was Clarry hugging in his Insta photo? Which club does he come from? Do they want anyone from us? There is room in Kozzies home now as one roommate is leaving. If your mate comes to your club, it’s another reason to stay with the club you love.

Would love Henry in our team. Think this would be a good place for him to excel and get his game tuned in.

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16 minutes ago, adonski said:

Henry has shown very little at AFL level, I don't understand any excitement around him

Agree, but he could be the catalyst for Kozzie signing on long term for us and that would be exciting. If Toby leaves he could be the replacement and that is exciting, but less so of course. He could add an extra  bit of pace and goal scoring to our game and that is somewhat exciting. 

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