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14 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

If Geogiades had done his knee I'd give a 3rd round pick for him. Otherwise a second-round pick for him. He should come cheap. Don't want King will have to give too much away to get him, like in the Jackson scenario. You can't win in those types of deals.

Cameron to Geelong looks pretty good now though doesn’t it. 

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Yeh very sad for him, he is  great talent and woukd be good in any contending side.  West Coast will be very hot after this kid I think. And probably Freo too given their fwd problems 

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22 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

I would 1000% be into getting him on the cheap. Very talented with lots of upside. 

At this point, Petty is probably the better - and safer - option. And he’s on our list. No guarantees with the ACL, will take a couple years to come good regardless, teams will be into MG and still pay overs. Not worth it for us. We have Brown and Tmac still contracted next year.

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Out of contract and recovering from an ACL, it was reported earlier in the year that he could find a home east instead of back to WA. 

With Grundy potentially looking at moving and Port being an interested party, will we make a play for the 192cm athletic forward who held our interest in his draft year?

Edit: Apologies @The heart beats true and @Grand New Flag . Just saw your posts in another thread

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On 12/29/2022 at 9:36 PM, Sideshow Bob said:

His extended family, who will remain anonymous here, have been long suffering Demon people. Sitting in the same seats on level 1 on the wing of the Olympic stand for as long as I can remember…. that’s all you’ll get from me on this one.

Any chance we could get Rozee now? Certainly taken his game to a new level this year.

Then there was that peanut Cornes saying if Hinkley hadn't signed his last contract, Butters was on his way to us.

Would love either/both of them.

As for Georgiades, I'm not the biggest fan, but acknowledge our club seems to have rated him since his draft year.

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33 minutes ago, Nascent said:

Out of contract and recovering from an ACL, it was reported earlier in the year that he could find a home east instead of back to WA. 

With Grundy potentially looking at moving and Port being an interested party, will we make a play for the 192cm athletic forward who held our interest in his draft year?

Edit: Apologies @The heart beats true and @Grand New Flag . Just saw your posts in another thread

Don’t apologise. This is where I should have put it!

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On 12/29/2022 at 9:36 PM, Sideshow Bob said:

His extended family, who will remain anonymous here, have been long suffering Demon people. Sitting in the same seats on level 1 on the wing of the Olympic stand for as long as I can remember…. that’s all you’ll get from me on this one.

Prove it....tell us their last names

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46 minutes ago, Binmans PA said:

Any chance we could get Rozee now? Certainly taken his game to a new level this year.

Then there was that peanut Cornes saying if Hinkley hadn't signed his last contract, Butters was on his way to us.

Would love either/both of them.

As for Georgiades, I'm not the biggest fan, but acknowledge our club seems to have rated him since his draft year.

With our draft hand and some players on decent money exiting you'd think, we could really set this list up for 10yrs here. This draft is a big one for the Melbourne Footy Club, exciting times.

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7 minutes ago, SFebes said:

With our draft hand and some players on decent money exiting you'd think, we could really set this list up for 10yrs here. This draft is a big one for the Melbourne Footy Club, exciting times.

Absolutely, if we nail this year like the incredible 2019 draft, we set ourselves for a genuine dynasty.  There is no doubt the 2019 draft delivered a Premiership, but 2023 could be the one that takes us back to being THE POWERHOUSE OF THE AFL.  A super club.

Given a sweet hit like 2019 happens once a generation, if we somehow do that again well..................

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On 12/29/2022 at 9:36 PM, Sideshow Bob said:

His extended family, who will remain anonymous here, have been long suffering Demon people. Sitting in the same seats on level 1 on the wing of the Olympic stand for as long as I can remember…. that’s all you’ll get from me on this one.

Isnt Rozee family all from SA??

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Not 100 percent on this guy. Obvious talent coming third in rising star and more than 30 goals in only his second season.

He's undersized for a key forward despite his aerial ability. Can be timid and his kicking can be awful.

Petty, JvR, Fritta, a developing Jefferson + drafting a key position this year is perhaps enough?

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10 hours ago, Lewis said:

If we're interested in Georgiades, why not just draft Nate Caddy with pick 5, looks a better prospect anyway, could be anything, similar size and style, also not coming off an ACL 


Because it wouldn’t cost pick 5 to get Georgiades & Grundy is leaving regardless?

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