List Mgmt. 2022 List Management and trading thread

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I saw this format on the West Coast board and thought it might help understand our current list position

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I want pick 5 and 7. Give GC pick 23 for Rankine or we take him to the PSD. No one is taking on 1.5m next year. Trade 7 to Richmond for 12 and 19. That leaves us with pick 5,12,19.

Ya think Gold Coast are gonna do a deal for Bowes if we try and strong-arm them into taking Rankine for pick 23?
 

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If you take his draft position out of the equation I can see a pick around 17-23 is fair. We also need to consider that gc are essentially pushing him out by lowballing his contract. If I had seen 2 full years of a top 5 b & f from Izak I would be happy to pay pick 10. That hasn't been the case.

IF.

If you also take away the great games he has played - he probably is worth a late 2nd rounder at best.
 

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We ain't getting Bowes, so put that one to bed. He's headed to Geelong.
So Bowes is owed $1.6 mill for 2023/24. Do Geelong have that room in their cap for Bowes at $800k/season and Bruhn and Henry and?

Or do they get Bowes to take say $400k for each of the next two seasons and point him in the direction of some not in the cap lucrative property developments to m ore than compensate him for the shortfall?

AFL needs to get real on checking out what's happening at Geelong

Swans talking to Aaron Francis?
 

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So Bowes is owed $1.6 mill for 2023/24. Do Geelong have that room in their cap for Bowes at $800k/season and Bruhn and Henry and?

Or do they get Bowes to take say $400k for each of the next two seasons and point him in the direction of some not in the cap lucrative property developments to m ore than compensate him for the shortfall?

AFL needs to get real on checking out what's happening at Geelong

Swans talking to Aaron Francis?
bowes will go to brisbane
lots of property development going on there too 🤣
 

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bowes will go to brisbane
lots of property development going on there too 🤣
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This has to be a joke .....if I'm Bowes Manager, I'm steering him right away from the "Gold Diggers" who want the wrapper, but not the contents

BRIS ...choc-a-block midfield ....bringing in Dunkley, Ashcroft, and Fletcher ....all BRIS want is the #7 pick to use for Dunkley .....Bowes will find himself back in a minor DEF role again, like at GC
 

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Gold Coast Suns have some draft concessions stripped back by AFL​

Gold Coast will be forced to match bids on a pair of promising academy prospects next year after the AFL stripped back some of its draft concessions.

However the Suns could yet retain their priority access to Darwin with the league deferring a call on whether Gold Coast will keep its preferential treatment in the NT capital.

Gold Coast received a host of concessions at the end of 2019, most notably being granted pick No. 1 in that year’s draft, allowing them to take both Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson.

Among the other allowances provided to the Suns was the ability to pre-list players from Darwin and their Queensland academy zone without needing to match bids on those players

That will mean that promising talls Jed Walter and Ethan Read, both eligible for next year’s draft and both of whom played in Saturday’s futures grand final curtain raiser at the MCG, will be subject to bids from rival clubs like northern academy players at other clubs.

But the status of Darwin product Beau Tedcastle, eligible for this year’s draft, remains up in the air. The league has committed to making a decision soon as to whether Gold Coast will have priority access to the forward.

 

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Gold Coast Suns have some draft concessions stripped back by AFL​

Gold Coast will be forced to match bids on a pair of promising academy prospects next year after the AFL stripped back some of its draft concessions.

However the Suns could yet retain their priority access to Darwin with the league deferring a call on whether Gold Coast will keep its preferential treatment in the NT capital.

Gold Coast received a host of concessions at the end of 2019, most notably being granted pick No. 1 in that year’s draft, allowing them to take both Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson.

Among the other allowances provided to the Suns was the ability to pre-list players from Darwin and their Queensland academy zone without needing to match bids on those players

That will mean that promising talls Jed Walter and Ethan Read, both eligible for next year’s draft and both of whom played in Saturday’s futures grand final curtain raiser at the MCG, will be subject to bids from rival clubs like northern academy players at other clubs.

But the status of Darwin product Beau Tedcastle, eligible for this year’s draft, remains up in the air. The league has committed to making a decision soon as to whether Gold Coast will have priority access to the forward.

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Well ....it does now affect Gold Coasts Draft pick requirements for 2023 .....so it is actually a relevant piece of news, given the Rankine upcoming trade
They'll still think next year's pick will just be a waste :rolleyes:




...off to GC board :grin:
 

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Gold Coast Suns have some draft concessions stripped back by AFL​

Gold Coast will be forced to match bids on a pair of promising academy prospects next year after the AFL stripped back some of its draft concessions.

However the Suns could yet retain their priority access to Darwin with the league deferring a call on whether Gold Coast will keep its preferential treatment in the NT capital.

Gold Coast received a host of concessions at the end of 2019, most notably being granted pick No. 1 in that year’s draft, allowing them to take both Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson.

Among the other allowances provided to the Suns was the ability to pre-list players from Darwin and their Queensland academy zone without needing to match bids on those players

That will mean that promising talls Jed Walter and Ethan Read, both eligible for next year’s draft and both of whom played in Saturday’s futures grand final curtain raiser at the MCG, will be subject to bids from rival clubs like northern academy players at other clubs.

But the status of Darwin product Beau Tedcastle, eligible for this year’s draft, remains up in the air. The league has committed to making a decision soon as to whether Gold Coast will have priority access to the forward.

So…which Victorian clubs does this benefit?
 

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Gold Coast Suns have some draft concessions stripped back by AFL​

Gold Coast will be forced to match bids on a pair of promising academy prospects next year after the AFL stripped back some of its draft concessions.

However the Suns could yet retain their priority access to Darwin with the league deferring a call on whether Gold Coast will keep its preferential treatment in the NT capital.

Gold Coast received a host of concessions at the end of 2019, most notably being granted pick No. 1 in that year’s draft, allowing them to take both Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson.

Among the other allowances provided to the Suns was the ability to pre-list players from Darwin and their Queensland academy zone without needing to match bids on those players

That will mean that promising talls Jed Walter and Ethan Read, both eligible for next year’s draft and both of whom played in Saturday’s futures grand final curtain raiser at the MCG, will be subject to bids from rival clubs like northern academy players at other clubs.

But the status of Darwin product Beau Tedcastle, eligible for this year’s draft, remains up in the air. The league has committed to making a decision soon as to whether Gold Coast will have priority access to the forward.

Beau Tedcastle goes alright too, seen him live a couple of times here at Mars, very clever and skilled small/medium forward..


 

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This has to be a joke .....if I'm Bowes Manager, I'm steering him right away from the "Gold Diggers" who want the wrapper, but not the contents

BRIS ...choc-a-block midfield ....bringing in Dunkley, Ashcroft, and Fletcher ....all BRIS want is the #7 pick to use for Dunkley .....Bowes will find himself back in a minor DEF role again, like at GC
If Bowes wants to establish himself as an AFL footballer it would probably be the worst place to be in terms of potential opportunities
 

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This is very important news

Next years 1st of ours now comes into play more than it did befofe
I would hope next years first is nowhere near being in play.
That needs to be used for JHF. That's it. No-one else.

Gold Coast (and the Vic media) suddenly seem to think Rankine is peak Dusty.
 

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I would hope next years first is nowhere near being in play.
That needs to be used for JHF. That's it. No-one else.

Gold Coast (and the Vic media) suddenly seem to think Rankine is peak Dusty.
Peak dusty ? What that mean

a dusty type at his peak equals rankine

is that correct
 

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Seeing as Jack Graham toured PAFC today, I would hope we invited him down to West Lakes too.
 
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