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    Rumour 2021 Blue Tick Rumours – Do they even know what they're talking about?

    Neale a perfect example where the story was clearly right, but the fact the story leaked changed the outcome.
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    Recommitted Dylan Stephens [re-signed for two years]

    Tom Morris reported last night that Essendon along with Adelaide were interested.
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    List Mgmt. Trade & Free Agency IX - Reports Jake Kelly will sign with us? Dunstan, West?

    https://t.co/vV09pG4t3Y?amp=1
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    Recommitted Lachie Neale [OOC 2023 - Will honour his contract]

    The more I think about it, the more excited I am for Brisbane and the possibilities this could open up for a prolonged period of success over the next five-plus years. Yes, losing Neale is likely a net negative for next year (ignoring any other FA moves that may result from the free salary...
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    Recommitted Lachie Neale [OOC 2023 - Will honour his contract]

    In fairness, Covid wasn't a thing when he signed it and two years of borders shut down is certainly a very unique situation to the usual go home thing in previous years. Especially when starting a family.
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    Recommitted Lachie Neale [OOC 2023 - Will honour his contract]

    Because 6 is vastly more valuable that pick 18 in drafting an elite kid, it gives you much more flexibility in terms of trade currency & salary cap space should you need it, or most excitingly I believe for Brisbane, it allows you to hit the draft over this/next year in a similar way to Port in...
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    Recommitted Lachie Neale [OOC 2023 - Will honour his contract]

    Assuming Cerra is traded to Carlton in a deal involving 6. Surely 6 for Neale & Brisbane's first rounder tied to Melbourne (provisionally 18) gets it done? Freo could even throw in a future third/fourth rounder to help with points for Ashcroft. This way, Freo still have two first round picks...
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    Recommitted Lachie Neale [OOC 2023 - Will honour his contract]

    That's in regards to a photoshopped tweet going around of Robbo abusing Neale following the news.
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    Ch 7 Commentary - is it intervention time?

    "Worried out of it" Also, he is the absolute worst at trying to predict the play a second or two in advance and getting it wrong.
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    Ch 7 Commentary - is it intervention time?

    Sam May...
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    Peoples views on Jon Ralph....

    He's a hack. Constantly feeds off stories other journalists broke while never finding anything of substance himself.
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    AFL Player #33: Brayden "Donny" Ham

    I just don't see where the jump in performance is going to come from if he's stopped physically growing. He has some nice attributes but ultimately his slight build will probably be what costs him.
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    AFL Player #28: Ned Cahill - Not offered a new contract, thanks Ned! - 13/8

    Probably gets another year, but it will be a nervous six weeks for him.
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    List Mgmt. Trade & Free Agency IX - Reports Jake Kelly will sign with us? Dunstan, West?

    Not much to envisage beyond Ricky Dyson and our third rounder.
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    List Mgmt. Trade & Free Agency IX - Reports Jake Kelly will sign with us? Dunstan, West?

    Well King is the obvious target; Gettable, out of contract and what we desperately need.
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    List Mgmt. Trade & Free Agency IX - Reports Jake Kelly will sign with us? Dunstan, West?

    Surely we learn the lesson from Collingwood this year and hang on to next year's first, especially with King out of contract.
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    Fixture 2022 Fixture Wishlist

    Lots of Saturday Twilight please
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    AFL Player # 6: Jye Caldwell

    i don't mind his selection but I think Durham should've made way instead of Clarke.
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    AFL Player # 1: Andrew "Pidge" McGrath (vc)

    The Hawthorn game last year was one of the few times he has displayed it (and I argued with ant555 about it last year that he had had a few moments of showing that burst of speed). The reality is that his use of any sort of burst of speed has been an exception, not a rule. Whether it's because...
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    AFL Player # 1: Andrew "Pidge" McGrath (vc)

    But since then, Parish is now an elite inside midfielder. Stringer is arguably the best centre clearance player in the league (ironically probably competing with Parish for that title) and Merrett is Merrett. Then you have Shiel is a proven elite clearance player and then the like of Caldwell...