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ADELAIDE

Ben Keays

Brodie Smith 

Elliot Himmelberg 

Rory Sloane 

Taylor Walker

 

BRISBANE LIONS

Darragh Joyce 

Jarrod Berry

Ryan Lester

Hugh McCluggage 

 

CARLTON

Caleb Marchbank 

Matt Cottrell 

 

COLLINGWOOD

Jeremy Howe 

Oleg Markov 

Scott Pendlebury 

Steele Sidebottom 

Will Hoskin-Elliot

 

ESSENDON

Andrew McGrath 

Dyson Heppell 

Todd Goldstein 

 

FREMANTLE

Bailey Banfield 

Corey Wagner 

Ethan Hughes 

Matt Taberner 

Sean Darcy 

 

GEELONG

Brandon Parfitt

Cam Guthrie 

Gary Rohan 

Jack Henry 

Jake Kolodjashnij

Jed Bews

Mark O’Connor

Mitch Duncan 

Rhys Stanley 

Tom Stewart 

Tom Hawkins 

Zach Guthrie 

Zach Tuohy 

 

GOLD COAST

Alex Sexton

Ben Ainsworth 

Darcy McPherson

Jarrod Witts

Levi Casboult

Nick Holman

Sean Lemmons 

 

GWS

Adam Kennedy

Callan Ward

Harry Perryman

Isaac Cumming

Nick Haynes

 

HAWTHORN

Blake Hardwick 

Conor Nash 

Harry Morrison

Luke Breust 

 

MELBOURNE

Jake Melksham 

Josh Schache 

Tom McDonald

 

NORTH MELBOURNE

Bigoa Nyuon

Cam Zurhaar

Liam Shiels

 

PORT ADELAIDE

Charlie Dixon

Quinton Narkle 

Todd Marshall

Travis Boak 

Willem Drew

 

RICHMOND

Dion Prestia

Dustin Martin

Dylan Grimes 

Jack Graham 

Kamdyn McIntosh 

Noah Cumberland

Toby Nankervis 

 

ST KILDA

Jimmy Webster 

Josh Battle 

Liam Stocker

Seb Ross

Tim Membrey 

 

SYDNEY SWANS

Harry Cunningham

Lewis Melican 

Ollie Florent

Robbie Fox 

Will Hayward 

 

WEST COAST EAGLES

Andrew Gaff

Elliot Yeo 

Jamaine Jones 

Liam Duggan

 

WESTERN BULLDOGS

Jason Johannisen 

Tom Liberatore 

Tim English 

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1 hour ago, Diamond_Jim said:

English is the biggest name by far... Big play by the Eagles perhaps

Unless Darcy wants out to vic.

Freo have 3 first round picks next year and have been said to be targeting Logan McDonald. Think they're going to go hard at a player(s) next year.

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39 minutes ago, Nascent said:

Unless Darcy wants out to vic.

Freo have 3 first round picks next year and have been said to be targeting Logan McDonald. Think they're going to go hard at a player(s) next year.

If he's a free agent it's just money. Eagles can offer say $1.2M x 5 years. Could the Dogs match it. Dogs will also have to pay JUH in excess of $800k.

Freo could offer even more but can they afford it

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5 hours ago, Diamond_Jim said:

If he's a free agent it's just money. Eagles can offer say $1.2M x 5 years. Could the Dogs match it. Dogs will also have to pay JUH in excess of $800k.

Freo could offer even more but can they afford it

Darcy and English will both be Restricted FAs while Logan won't be a free agent.

Clubs can therefore match the RFA bids and trades will have to occur, depending on how they view the compensation.

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also all these fellas for being delisted and re-signed as lifetime FA's too or just genuinely FA's that got missed 

Adelaide

James Borlase

Mitchell Hinge

William Hamill

Brisbane

Dayne Zorko

Jarryd Lyons

Carlton

David Cuningham*

Jack Martin*

Orazio Fantasia

Sam Durdin

Fremantle

Jeremy Sharp

Oscar McDonald

Geelong

Emerson Jeka

Patrick Dangerfield*

Tyson Stengle

Gold Coast

Jack Mahony

Sam Day

GWS

Lachlan Keeffe

Hawthorn

Chad Wingard

Cooper Stephens

Jack Gunston

Melbourne

Joel Smith

Marty Hore

North Melbourne

Hugh Greenwood

Port Adelaide

Francis Evans

Trent McKenzie

St Kilda

Mason Wood

Riley Bonner

Sydney

Samuel Reid

West Coast

Josh Rotham

Zane Trew

Western Bulldogs

Lachie Bramble

Lachie McNeil

Taylor Duryea

 

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2024 FREE AGENTS

*qualifies as previously delisted player
^qualifies as previously having changed clubs as a free agent

ADELAIDE

Will Hamill*
Elliott Himmelberg
Ben Keays*
Rory Sloane
Brodie Smith
Taylor Walker
James Borlase*

BRISBANE

Jarrod Berry
Hugh McCluggage
Darragh Joyce*
Ryan Lester
Jarryd Lyons*
Dayne Zorko

CARLTON

David Cuningham
Sam Durdin*
Jack Martin*
Matt Cottrell*
Caleb Marchbank

COLLINGWOOD

Will Hoskin-Elliott
Jeremy Howe
Scott Pendlebury
Steele Sidebottom
Oleg Markov*

ESSENDON

Dyson Heppell
Andrew McGrath
Todd Goldstein^
Jake Kelly^

FREMANTLE

Ethan Hughes
Matt Taberner
Corey Wagner*
Bailey Banfield*

GEELONG

Jed Bews
Patrick Dangerfield
Mitch Duncan
Zach Guthrie
Tom Hawkins
Jack Henry
Jake Kolodjashnij
Mark O'Connor
Brandan Parfitt
Rhys Stanley
Tyson Stengle*
Emerson Jeka*
Zach Tuohy

GOLD COAST

Ben Ainsworth
Sam Day
Brandon Ellis^
Nick Holman*
Sean Lemmens
Darcy Macpherson
Jarrod Witts
Levi Casboult*
Jack Mahony*

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

Isaac Cumming
Nick Haynes
Lachie Keeffe*
Adam Kennedy
Harry Perryman
Callan Ward

HAWTHORN

Luke Breust
Blake Hardwick
Harry Morrison
Conor Nash
Cooper Stephens*
Chad Wingard*

MELBOURNE

Tom McDonald
Jake Melksham
Adam Tomlinson^
Marty Hore*
Joel Smith

NORTH MELBOURNE

Hugh Greenwood*
Bigoa Nyuon*
Toby Pink*
Liam Shiels*
Cam Zurhaar

PORT ADELAIDE

Travis Boak
Charlie Dixon
Francis Evans*
Trent McKenzie*
Todd Marshall
Quinton Narkle*

RICHMOND

Jack Graham
Noah Cumberland*
Dylan Grimes
Dustin Martin
Kamdyn McIntosh
Toby Nankervis
Dion Prestia
Ben Miller*
Sam Naismith*

ST KILDA

Josh Battle
Riley Bonner*
Tom Campbell*
Tim Membrey*^
Seb Ross
Jimmy Webster
Mason Wood*
Liam Stocker*

SYDNEY

Harry Cunningham
Ollie Florent
Will Hayward
Lewis Melican
Sam Reid
Robbie Fox*

WEST COAST

Liam Duggan
Andrew Gaff
Jamaine Jones*
Josh Rotham
Elliot Yeo
Zane Trew*

WESTERN BULLDOGS

Taylor Duryea*
Tim English
Jason Johannisen
Tom Liberatore
Lachie McNeil*
Lachie Bramble*

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2025 if very, very interesting. A couple of absolute first-class mature-but-not-yet-old key backs, some relatively young and promising rucks who might be well on the rise by then, potentially an entire all-Australia midfield, and Oscar Allen the cherry on top.

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1 hour ago, adonski said:

The Brisbane suitcase would beautifully balance the midfield 

For the benefit of those south of the Rio Grande, north of the Tweed the  term port is preferred. 

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On 19/10/2023 at 22:34, Nascent said:

Darcy and English will both be Restricted FAs while Logan won't be a free agent.

Clubs can therefore match the RFA bids and trades will have to occur, depending on how they view the compensation.

Has a club ever matched a Restricted Free Agency bid? I can't recall any (but it's not something I follow, either).

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