Umps probably looked at who was top ranked Contested/Clearance/goal mids and Bont and went from there lol.
There is a defined correlation there. Outside ball winners that don’t kick goals don’t poll that highly (though consistently).
He basically had 30++ Disposals in each win and got the votes......
Simpkin got 30++ Disposals in each Kangaroo win and got one vote....
Walsh got 30 votes somehow (if anyone has the actual votes from coaches, stats and game footage and I’ll give it to you). But cmon now lol
Some weird results by hey umpires are human I guess.
Walsh is going to win a brownlow just a matter of when lol Checked it over 3 times still can’t see 30 votes even being as generous as humanely possible
Also I don’t know if the umps actually know who Simpkin is, must of forget about him...
How so? I have Wines/Steele underpolling and Oliver taking it. Bont def has the highest 3 vote potential those types usually always polls well.
Steele is over based on wins/losses and Wines will pick up 1/2’s.
The 1.5 mil is what we owe him that’s what’s left on the contract... it’s binding. He got underpaid initially for promise of the backend.
It’s illogical to take another paycut on top of that lol. It’s your money, it’s your life.
Nobody in the regular working world would take 2 years of severe...
Would you go to your boss after being paid half the first year for the promise and good faith of being back paid the year after? Only to discover your Boss has effed up on the balance sheet
.... So you go to your boss no worries I’ll take a paycut after you just got d**ked for being a good...
To Poll a Vote:
Sloane, Koschitzke, Thomas, Prestia, Houli, Goldstein, Finalyson, Tippa, Daniher, Short, Swallow, Cumming, Hurn and Heppell.
@21.05 (Powered SB). Chucked a pineapple on it.
One and only bet for tonight (bit of fun).
Also I like extending rookie scale contracts that show good performances +2 years in their very first year.
Imagine a contract controlled Pendles/Sidebuts for 4 years. You’d easily double the investment and then some. (500k+ worth at their best).
And it’s negligible at best in the end because...
Can’t post this in the FA/Trade thread (Banned temporarily) but there is a Formula/Template to work under.
“Theory of how to work within a hard capped sport.”
Overall Cap: 13.5 M
- Top 31 players on a list play on average 98% of total games (450++).
- The next let’s say 14...
No I think WHE is one contract that is moveable with some type of return
With the preferences of resigning better players on our list it’s a need to keep cap flexibility.
He’s not our best 6 so everyone should fall under that proviso.
But alas logic and emotion don’t go hand in hand lol.
I feel the same way (with Grundy too just his contract is an eyesore lol and not one I would give out at all it’s too long and too risky).
Just sucks what happened, hopefully it’s a lesson learned from now on.
Hopefully there’s a Jonah Hill type out there character in there doing some wacky...
His contract is backended. Put two and two together lol
Not a paycut, backended. It’s actually a zero risk and great faith based act on Adam’s behalf.
We just stuffed up big time financially hence he was gutted. You’d be to and everyone else that works on a salary.
Treloar is a great bloke for what he actually did (backended contract in good faith).
It was the list manger who stuffed up royally (Over a million over in budget easy is really hard to do lol).
Couldn’t move Mayne because Mayne, and Greenwood is Greenwood they were getting paid close to if...
Fed struggled against Nadal as soon as he was 17 on clay sometime on hard (First matchup Fed lost).
Especially on clay. Nadal as a teenager was a GOAT level clay player as soon as he entered.
Remember young Federer had his issues with temperament and not winning (oldest out of three to win his...