List Mgmt. 2018 List Management: Contracts, Trading, Drafting, Academy

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Should be worth a listen
Emma didn’t give much away!

She loves Rankine and I suspect thinks he is the best talent, obviously rates him and Walsh at the top. She seemed to be a pretty big fan of Ben King and spoke highly of Bailey Williams.

Got the impression she wasn’t as big on Caldwell..perhaps it’s the injury or perhaps something else. She did say she personally was very wary of trading up for an 18yo so maybe we stay put.

She speaks so well and I’m fairly certain will one day be the first female Recruitment Manager at a club either with us or elsewhere.
 

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To be fair I would say you would have better luck servicing and parts for a Kia.

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FWIW I haven't had any problems with servicing and parts for a Skoda (other than with the dealer's service centre specifically), probably because it's really just a VW when it boils down to it.
 

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A few bits and pieces from Cal's form guide with us being linked to a lot of guys
http://www.afl.com.au/news/2018-11-16/cal-twomeys-phantom-form-guide-november

Port Adelaide, Gold Coast, the Dogs and Adelaide all like Caldwell, with the Suns looking like potential suitors at No.6. The Giants would snap him up if he somehow was available at No.9.

Adelaide, Port Adelaide and GWS are in the mix to take Clark, while Fremantle would also strongly consider if he gets to pick 14.

GWS has long been fans of Hately and could swoop at No.9 or 11, with Port Adelaide also linked at No.10. Geelong is a chance at No.12 as well.

The Giants will look at Butters with their No.11 selection, while Adelaide is also a chance. The Dockers are also keen and could land Butters with pick 14.

GWS and Adelaide have been linked to making a bid on Quaynor, at which point Collingwood would need to decide whether to match the bid or not.

Jones looms as a potential top-12 pick. GWS, Adelaide, Port Adelaide and Geelong are all interested in the versatile Tasmanian.

The Giants have been linked to Collier-Dawkins, as have the Cats. It's unlikely he gets through to Richmond at pick 17 but if he does they'll consider.

Port and the Giants met with Hill recently, so he's a chance for their picks in the teens. Richmond will also look at him if he gets through to their selection, while he has been linked to West Coast.

Briggs is tied to the Giants so they get first call on him, and they do need to boost their ruck stocks. Adelaide has been mooted as a possible bidder on Briggs with pick 16 or 21.
 

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GWS GIANTS (@GWSGIANTS) tweeted at 8:16 am on Fri, Nov. 16, 2018:
"I think if people concentrate on what we've still got rather than what we lost over the Trade Period, they'd be pretty bullish about what we can do."

@phildavis_1 on @TimeOnSEN.

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16 minute interview with Phil on SEN. Worth it for perspective if you have the time I think.
 

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Reckon if Tucker is still on the board for our pick 52 he would be a great choice as he would certainly add speed with his best time for the 20 meter sprint being faster then any time recorded at the draft combine. He also ticks the box of showing mental strength when it comes to dealing with a long term injury which Caruso seems to rate. Plus add in if he rehabs well would be an excellent replacement for Shaw.

https://thewest.com.au/sport/afl-dr...ucker-kept-his-afl-dream-alive-ng-b881008157z
 
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Hately certainly has a better outlook then a certain Bailey Smith
Whichever AFL club snares Jackson Hately won’t have much to fear. A Year 12 school captain with maturity beyond his years and an outstanding 192cm inside midfielder that’s already impressed at SANFL league level, Hately looms as a mid to late first-round prospect for next week’s national draft. With only two of the 18 clubs based in SA, Hately is aware he’s more likely to move interstate if he’s drafted you’re going interstate. But he’s prepared to make that move — and has been prepared for some time. “From a young age, for whatever reason, I’ve always felt like I would move,” Hately told foxfooty.com.au. “It would be hard to move away from family, but It’s definitely something I feel like I would embrace and definitely make the most of it. Foxfooty.com.au understands both the Giants (Pick 11) and Geelong (Pick 12) have shown interest in Hately.
https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/af...r/news-story/b8ad90bcbb8b47c8475df101ef5630b8
 
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