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Unless we have other plans for the draft with pick 41 we just select him there after he nominates a price on his head. Doubt other clubs will pick him up.

Sick of us being reasonable at the table only for other clubs trying to take us for a ride.

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Just now, Jaded No More said:

LOL

Bye

How awkward

Seee yyyaaaaaaaaaa 

(Going to be even weirder when they realise none will be forthcoming)

(Still sooking over Petty, obviously)

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10 minutes ago, Mach5 said:

Well... he can’t easily walk to us in the PSD. Adelaide were expecting and happy to re-contract McAdam, and they have an earlier pick than us in the PSD. They could hold firm.

The Crows don’t have a second round pick and most picks in that round are allocated to the suns. I reckon he’d cruise to 41, especially if we are offering him decent money 

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33 minutes ago, DistrACTION Jackson said:

Delusional.

We all know this will get done late for the pick offered.

 

Yep.  We just need for the poker game to play out now.

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We simply must hold our ground and don't budge.  That offer was more than fair.

What a 'Petty' bunch of Chardy sipping nancies!

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20 minutes ago, DeeSpencer said:

The Crows don’t have a second round pick and most picks in that round are allocated to the suns. I reckon he’d cruise to 41, especially if we are offering him decent money 


Right... but that’s not the PSD.

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Yeah, surely Shane McAdam is at most a 'nice to have' type and far from being essential. With 2024 the 'deep for Victorian midfielders' draft we'd be better off hanging onto the pick.

Just doing a quick mental check, McAdam would be competing for a spot with;

Neal-Bullen, Hunter, Spargo, Chandler, Sparrow, Pickett, Woewodin, Laurie and even the rookies Howes, Moniz-Wakefield and Sestan. Petracca counts, as will Melksham when he comes back in, and I'd even say Joel Smith though the type is a bit different.

Throw in the likelihood that one of the our early draft targets will be something like McKercher, Duursma, Watson, Wilson or even Tholstrup.

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38 minutes ago, adonski said:

Assuming his knees aren't held together by sticky tape we should grab him for depth

 

Yup big fan of him, had a very good end to the year in the VFL.  Purely depth though

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2 hours ago, Binmans PA said:

Wow. Surely, Adelaide are burning their reputation within the industry with this sort of nonsense.

They are taking over from Peter Bell and Freo as one of the worst teams to deal with. 

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