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Naughton and JVR hitting packs and scattering oppo defenders would be a joy to behold

I'd be tempted to offer the 2 first rounders we receive from Freo and our own first rounder next year it that's what it takes

Make it happen MFC

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33 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

i'll put my hand up. Heard it from a sports journalist who heard it from a player. A reliable source but have no more info.

Thanks for sharing @chook fowler.

Can you share whether the player was from Melbourne or were they from the Dogs?

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Dees
In: Naughton
Out: Jackson, 3rd-4th rounder 

Dogs
In: Lobb, Tomlinson 
Out: Naughton, 3rd-4th rounder 

Freo
In: Jackson
Out: Lobb, x2 top 10 picks 

Freo send Lobb, and two top 10 picks to dogs > Dees send Tommo+salary dump to Dogs, Jackson to Freo

Naughton is a bit more than Jacko on the market due to his age bracket, playing history and current contract. Giving them Tomlinson on the cheap could benefit both teams if it made the deal happen. 

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29 minutes ago, MrFreeze said:

Dees
In: Naughton
Out: Jackson, 3rd-4th rounder 

Dogs
In: Lobb, Tomlinson 
Out: Naughton, 3rd-4th rounder 

Freo
In: Jackson
Out: Lobb, x2 top 10 picks 

Freo send Lobb, and two top 10 picks to dogs > Dees send Tommo+salary dump to Dogs, Jackson to Freo

Naughton is a bit more than Jacko on the market due to his age bracket, playing history and current contract. Giving them Tomlinson on the cheap could benefit both teams if it made the deal happen. 

Where do the two top 10 picks go in this set up?

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6 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Poster said to the Dogs.

They did, but then didn't include it in what Bulldogs received, so I didn't like it.

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3 hours ago, A F said:

So there's us allowing Tomlinson to seek a trade to the Bulldogs, whilst still under contract.

There's how the feck do Fremantle satisfy our demands of two first rounders?

Henry's seen on Clarry's instagram stories.

Would all parties be satisfied with the following:

Bulldogs give up Naughton. Bulldogs receive Lobba top 10 pick (via Melbourne) and Tomlinson.

Melbourne gives up Jackson, Tomlinson & a top 10 pick. Melbourne receives Henry and Naughton.

Fremantle gives up Lobb, Henry & a top 10 pick. Fremantle receives Jackson.

Crazier things have happened.

We then give up our future first rounder (hopefully end of first round) for Grundy.

Grundy, Naughton and Henry would be a huge off season and change the face of our forward half.

Ahhhhhh.... welcome premierships 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29...... 

U KNOW THE REST!!!

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Naughton is on $750,000 (apparently) at the dogs (would be worth more now considering this was a 2019 contract) and we are on the cusp of getting Grundy for about $600,000 or something?

 

Ok. 

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22 minutes ago, CHF said:

Heard a whisper that we are talking to him. 

I would find it hard to imagine the Dogs trading him in the present circumstances. never know what might happen if they land Lobb.

Why? Look at pragmatically. They have an excess of forward talent but are 2 key players short down back and probably another inside midfielder .

I’d try to find a way to have Bont play more mid / half forward. He would be the hardest match up in the comp roaming around the forward half.2-3 goals per game and involved in another half down scoring chains. 

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18 minutes ago, BoBo said:

Naughton is on $750,000 at the dogs (would be worth more now considering this was a 2019 contract) and we are on the cusp of getting Grundy for about $600,000 or something?

 

Ok. 

I assume you are suggesting we can't afford naughton?

We would have had to pay Jackson close to 750 to keep him i would have thought, so we have that money and 600k for Grundy is peanuts, so that's not an issue either. If Tomlinson went to the dogs, for example, that's 600k out the door for starters.  

I'm assuming an advantage of having four long term contracts in Salem, Gus, Tracc and Oliver is that it creates opportunities for some creative accounting in terms of  balancing the books. For example they might have paid a big chunk up front so they had space nect year (for example to pay Jackson).  

 

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