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9 hours ago, buck_nekkid said:

Pickett will struggle to get to Port as they have no first rounder after doing a horney franger.  They would have to give up a big name to get Kozzi in.  Has there been any other suitors mentioned??

I reckon he stays.

Reckon Miles Bergman or Josh Sinn would be of interest in a Port trade seeing as a player would have to be involved + future picks. Pretty sure there were murmurs last year of a Bergman trade 

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Channel 7 news tonight.

Before ad break: “Exciting young star small forward taken off the market as he re-signs with his club.

During break: *BBP excited*

After break: “Dylan Moore from Hawthorn has just re-signed for 3 years”

Thanks for getting my hopes up channel 7 😞 

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9 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

Looking at his reaction time, lateral movement, and acceleration, I think Kozzy could play at the elite level in any international sport. He's making top end AFL athletes look slow and cumbersome! 

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7 minutes ago, Stu said:

Looking at his reaction time, lateral movement, and acceleration, I think Kozzy could play at the elite level in any international sport. He's making top end AFL athletes look slow and cumbersome! 

I am happy to admit I didn’t see the ability he has from the videos pre his drafting.

JT has done it again.

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16 minutes ago, Redleg said:

I am happy to admit I didn’t see the ability he has from the videos pre his drafting.

JT has done it again.

The first play of this draft highlight package is one people probably won’t ever forget, I would have drafted him for that alone.

 

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42 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

The first play of this draft highlight package is one people probably won’t ever forget, I would have drafted him for that alone.

 

You probably won't want to remember it after this season.

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5 minutes ago, Forever the pessimist. said:

If Kozzie does request a trade at years end, we’ll end up with a massive draft hand that we can potentially use to get our hands on Harley Reid.

Not saying that I want Kozzie to leave, but it may work out in our favour. 🤞🏼

Nah, would rather keep Kozzie every day of the week.

Plus who gives us that draft hand? Not Port.

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2 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Nah, would rather keep Kozzie every day of the week.

Plus who gives us that draft hand? Not Port.

We already have freo’s first and our own first round pick, add another early first for Kozzy and that equates to a massive draft hand. 
I’d rather Kozzy too, but I think he’s out the door unfortunately. 

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Just now, Forever the pessimist. said:

We already have freo’s first and our own first round pick, add another early first for Kozzy and that equates to a massive draft hand. 
I’d rather Kozzy too, but I think he’s out the door unfortunately. 

And there was talk of there being more chance of him requesting a trade to WA, so WC will have an early pick to trade. 

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9 hours ago, Forever the pessimist. said:

If Kozzie does request a trade at years end, we’ll end up with a massive draft hand that we can potentially use to get our hands on Harley Reid.

Not saying that I want Kozzie to leave, but it may work out in our favour. 🤞🏼

Hate to be the bearer of bad news but losing a player like Kozzy, at this stage of his career, will never work out in our favour. He's more irreplacable than Jackson. Anyway,  you should know this already given your user name! 

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10 hours ago, Forever the pessimist. said:

And there was talk of there being more chance of him requesting a trade to WA, so WC will have an early pick to trade. 

WC will rebound this year, no way they are as bad as last year with all the injuries they had. They could barely field a team half the time.

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11 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

WC will rebound this year, no way they are as bad as last year with all the injuries they had. They could barely field a team half the time.

They're certainly better than they showed last year...how far they rebound I guess is the question.

Kennedy is a big loss and they have a few other ageing stars nearer to the end.

Going to be an interesting watch.

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17 hours ago, IRW said:

You probably won't want to remember it after this season.

Don’t think I’ll ever forget a player that was involved in the first premiership I’ve seen, even if they pizz off to another club. 

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