So they’ve lost a 1st and gained a 1st, lost a 2nd and gained a 2nd, and lost 3rd and gained a 3rd?So Dees have effectively traded their 2020 1st pick, 2019 picks 26 and 50 for 2019 pick 10, 28 and Carlton's 2020 4th roumder (which will be 54-72)
Just what we want to hear...............this year I barrack for North and whoever is playing the Dees.I drove past Gosch's paddock yesterday and the Dee's were training. They looked slow and the balls were being sprayed all over the place. When you have to employ someone specifically to keep errant balls from hitting passing traffic on Punt road is doesn't show much faith in team skills.
Melbourne finished 2nd last. The club has a decent list on paper and need to start playing finals or be competitive. The desperation can pay off in a big way or see the club down the bottom season after season again.With the way St Kilda and Melbourne has traded, it reeked of desperation and need for instant fix and change. But there is a saying, more you push for something more will it elude you. Failure in store for the burners.
Desperation never results in success......for us north we missed the chance to relocate, that's the only way for us to jump out of the vicious cycle. Now Tasmania will field their own club we will forever be the bottom of feedback in the big v.Melbourne finished 2nd last. The club has a decent list on paper and need to start playing finals or be competitive. The desperation can pay off in a big way or see the club down the bottom season after season again.
Bottom feeder Victorian clubs like North, Melbourne and St Kilda need to take a chance. It is the only way for success in this AFL era. Collingwood are the perfect example. Took a massive chance with Buckley and players like Cox, Beams, Wells and Mayne. It hasn't worked out perfectly for those players, but they are back playing in finals.