Why would you trade Clark, he'll only go up in price. Only worth jumping off early if you can land a top 6 premo. Don't think any of the options above are worth.Need to get some more scoring power, fielding too many rookies atm. Should have started with 13 'keepers' but preferred to splash out on higher price reliable players
Clark > Chapman gives me a budget of 515k to replace Dow.
Options: Heeney, Sloane, Cripps, Taranto, Cerra.
Heeney is old reliable, should average 95 form here on out and gets a spud FWD off the field.
Sloane - Is he back? 31 isn't too old, looks fit and is covering ground. Got decimated by the finger injuries last year, not soft tissue which is a plus.
Cripps - Would ideally like to see more, but looked FIT on Sunday.
Taranto - No Cogs, no De Boer. Someone has to step up, hopefully its him and Jelly. DE a worry
Cerra - Really like him as a pick. Think Fyfe in takes a lot of pressure away from guys like him where he can rack it up and use it well. Performance on the weekend was scary though.
Clark > Parks/Waterman gives me 562k, so can add Walsh/Dusty/Parker/Brayshaw to potential targets as well.
He's not far off max price. FWIW I don't imagine him scoring 70's with the role he had yesterday, goal at the end bumped him up 20 points.Why would you trade Clark, he'll only go up in price. Only worth jumping off early if you can land a top 6 premo. Don't think any of the options above are worth.
Came here to ask the same question. Impey vs Jiath. Both have similar roles across half back , both capable of intercept marks (Jiath more so), hawks look to both for run and carry off half back. Both are prone to the odd clanger (more so Jiath).Depends which line needs the scoring power the most.
Lloyd has a pretty high BE, if you can wait a week you will probably get him cheaper.Ridler vs Bowes + 100k
Worried I'm chasing points with Ridley but also know F all about Bowes and I guess at least with Ridley his role is secured
Edit: or even Lloyd, Ridley shares the bye with half my team lol