List Mgmt. 2022 Trade Period

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2022 AFL Trade Period

All About Carlton

Current draft picks:
10, 29, 49, 66
List changes:
Out:
Hayes, McDonald, Newnes, Parks, Stocker, Williamson, (Jones), Setterfield
In: Blake Acres
Uncontracted:
1 - Ed Curnow - new deal pending (Fogarty confirmed contracted for 2023)
List status: Senior - 33 (inc. Owies); Rookie - 5; Cat-B Rookie - 1; Free spots - 4 (plus one Cat-B)

Key Dates

Draft Nominations: OPEN
Mon 10-Oct 9am:
AFL Draft Nominations open
Mon 21-Nov 3pm: AFL Draft Nominations close

The Draft:
Mon 28-Nov

7.10pm: National Draft Round One; Bidding on F/S, Academy & NGA
Tue 29-Nov
5.45pm - 6.30pm:
Selection Trade period
7pm: National Draft Round Two to completion
10pm - 11.00pm: Rookie Upgrade period
10pm - 11.00pm: Delisted Free Agency Period 3
Wed 30-Nov
3pm:
Pre-season Draft
3.20pm: Rookie Draft
Thu 1-Dec
by 4pm:
Final Club list lodgment

Delisted Free Agency Periods 1 & 2: CLOSED
Thu 03-Nov 9am: Delisted Player Free Agency Period (1) commences
Wed 09-Nov 5pm: Delisted Player Free Agency Period (1) closes
Fri 11-Nov 9am: Delisted Player Free Agency Period (2) commences
Tue 15-Nov 5pm: Delisted Player Free Agency Period (2) closes


Player and Selection Trades: CLOSED
Mon 03-Oct 9am:
Trade Period commences – Players & Selections
Wed 12-Oct 7.30pm: Trade Period closes – player trades
Tue 15-Nov 5.00pm: Trade Period closes – selections only

RFA and UFA: CLOSED
Fri 30-Sep 9am:
Restricted Free Agency (RFA) and Unrestricted Free Agency (UFA) Period commences
Fri 07-Oct 5pm: Close of Restricted Free Agency Offer and Unrestricted Free Agency Period.
Mon 10-Oct 5pm: Restricted Free Agency Matching Offer 3 Day Period Ends

Completed Trades:

Fri 30-Sep:

1 Karl Amon (PA) to Hawthorn (UFA) Port Adelaide receive 2nd round compensation pick (currently Pick 27).
Mon 3-Oct:
2 Bobby Hill (GWS) to Collingwood GWS receive Pies' future 2nd round pick. Also swap of 3rd round picks - Pies get pick GWS pick 41, for their pick 44.
3 Tim Taranto (GWS) to Richmond GWS receive Tigers 1st round pick, and Tigers 2nd round pick from NM (currently picks 12 and 19).
4 Jayden Hunt (Mel) to West Coast (UFA) Melbourne receive 3rd round compensation pick (currently Pick 54).
Tue 4-Oct:
5 Blake Acres (Freo) to CARLTON Fremantle receive Carlton's future 3rd round pick.
6 Daniel McStay (Bris) to Collingwood (RFA) Brisbane receive 2nd round compensation pick (currently Pick 35).
7 Liam Jones (CARLTON) to Western Bulldogs (UFA) CARLTON receive 3rd round compensation pick (currently Pick 49).
8 Pick trade: Melbourne picks 33 (R2), 43 (R3), 53 (R3) to Port Adelaide for pick 27 (R2)
Wed 5-Oct:
9 Zaine Cordy (WBU) to St Kilda (UFA) No compensation for Western Bulldogs (due to taking UFA Liam Jones)
10 Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker (Freo) to North Melbourne. Fremantle receive Future 2nd and 3rd picks (AFL assistance package for NM). Additionally, NM gains Freo's Future 3rd pick in exchange for North's future 4th pick.
11 Pick trade: GWS trade pick their second round pick (currently 21) and future Rd 2 pick to Brisbane for their 1st round pick (currently 15)
12 Ben Long (StK) to Gold Coast St Kilda receive 2nd round pick (currently 32), with the Saints' future 4th round pick going back to the Suns.
13 Tom Berry (Bris) to Gold Coast Brisbane receive 2 x Rd 2 picks (currently 25 and 36), and a 3rd rd pick (56). Suns get Brisbane's 3rd rd (46) and GWS future 2nd round pick.
Thu 6-Oct:
14 Josh Corbett (GCS) to Fremantle Gold Coast receive Freo's future round 4 selection.
Fri 7-Oct:
15 Tanner Bruhn (GWS) to Geelong GWS receive Geelong's first round pick (Currently pick 18)
16 Pick trade: Geelong Rd 2 pick (currently 38), two x Rd 3 picks (48, 55), and future 2nd and 4th picks to Brisbane for their Rd 2 pick (25).
Mon 10-Oct:
17 Toby Bedford (Mel) to GWS. Melbourne receive GWS Rd 3 pick (tied to Haw - currently 44).
18 Luke Jackson (Mel) to Fremantle . Melbourne receive Fremantle's 1st round pick (currently 13) and future 1st and 2nd round picks. Fremantle also receive Melbourne's Rd 3 pick (tied to Haw - currently 44), and 4th round pick (tied to StK - 67).
19 Will Setterfield (CARLTON) to Essendon. Carlton receive Essendon's future 4th round pick. Essendon also receive Carlton's 4th rd pick (currently 68).
20 Izak Rankine (GCS) to Adelaide. Suns gain Adelaide's 1st rd pick (currently 5) and future 3rd and 4th picks. Adelaide also receive Suns' Rd 3 pick (tied to PA - currently 46) and future 4th pick (tied to Freo).
21 "Mega deal"
North Melbourne:
Out - Pick 1, Jason Horne-Francis, Future 3rd (Freo)
In - Picks 2 (WCE), 3 (GWS), 40 (WCE), 43 (PA - from Ade), Future 1st (PA)
West Coast:
Out - Pick 2, 40, Junior Rioli
In - Pick 8 (PA), 12 (GWS from Rich), Future 2nd (PA), Future 3rd (PA)
Port Adelaide:
Out - Pick 8, 43 (Ade), 53 (Mel), 57 (Syd), Future 1st, Future 2nd, Future 3rd
In - Jason Horne-Francis, Junior Rioli, Future 2nd (GWS tied to Col), Future 3rd (NM tied to Freo)
GWS:
Out - Pick 3, 12 (from Rich), Future 2nd (Col)
In - Pick 1, 53 (PA from Mel), 57 (PA from Syd)
Tue 11-Oct:
22 Jack Gunston (Haw) to Brisbane. Hawthorn receive Rd 3 pick from Brisbane (currently 48 - tied to Carlton) and Brisbane's future 4th rd pick.
23 Brodie Grundy (Col) to Melbourne. Collingwood receive Melbourne's Rd 2 pick (currently 27) in exchange.
24 Billy Frampton (Ade) to Collingwood. Adelaide receive Collingwood's future 3rd round pick.
25 Jack Bowes (GCS) to Geelong. Geelong also receive Gold Coast's pick 7. Gold Coast receive Geelong's future 3rd round pick.
26 Jacob Hopper (GWS) to Richmond. GWS receive Richmond's Rd 2 pick (currently 31) and future 1st round pick. Richmond also receive GWS 3rd rd pick (tied to Melb, currently 53), and GWS 4th rd pick (tied to Adelaide, currently 63).
Wed 12-Oct:
27 Aaron Francis (Ess) to Sydney. Sydney also receive Essendon's pick 42. Essendon receive Sydney's pick 37 and future 4th Rd pick.
28 Sam Weideman (Mel) to Essendon. Melbourne receive Essendon's pick 37. Essendon also receive Melbourne's picks 54 and 72.
29 Josh Schache (WBU) to Melbourne. Western Bulldogs receive Melbourne's future 4th round pick.
30 Lachie Hunter (WBU) to Melbourne. Western Bulldogs receive Melbourne's future 3rd round pick.
31 Josh Dunkley (WBU) to Brisbane. Western Bulldogs receive pick 21 along with Brisbane's future 1st and 2nd round picks, and Geelong's future 4th. Brisbane also receive the Bulldog's future 3rd and a future 3rd tied to Melbourne.
32 Ollie Henry (Coll) to Geelong. Cooper Stephens (Gee) to Hawthorn. Tom Mitchell (Haw) to Collingwood. Collingwood also receive pick 25 from Geelong. Hawthorn receive picks 41 and 50 from Collingwood.
33 Rory Lobb (Freo) to Western Bulldogs. Fremantle receive pick 30 and Western Bulldog's future 2nd round pick.
34 Jaeger O'Meara (Haw) to Fremantle. Lloyd Meek (Fre) to Hawthorn. Fremantle receive Hawthorn's future 4th round pick. Hawthorn receive Western Bulldog's future 2nd round pick.

Post Trade-week Trades (Selections only):
35 Oct 21: Pick Trade: The Brisbane Lions trade its Round Three Selection (56) to the Adelaide Crows for its Future Round Four Selection (tied to Fremantle)
36 Oct 21: Pick Trade: North Melbourne trade its Round Four Selection (59) and Future Round Two Selection to the Adelaide Crows for its Round Two Selection (23).
37 Nov 15: Pick Trade: North Melbourne trades round three selection (43) to Fremantle for Fremantle's future round four selection (tied to Hawthorn).

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Missed Out on trades:
Matt Crouch (Ade) - Adelaide looking to find him a new home.
James Rowe (Ade) - Possible move to Western Bulldogs.
Fischer McAsey (Ade) - Possible move to Carlton. Carlton apparently no longer interested.
Paddy Dow (Car) - Possible move to NM, Gee.
Caleb Poulter (Col) - Possible move to Gold Coast.
Nick Bryan (Ess) - Possible move, perhaps to Saints.
Brayden Ham (Ess) - Looking for opportunities elsewhere.
Liam Henry (Freo) - Looking for opportunities elsewhere, but is contracted.
Jeremy Sharp (GCS) - Possible move to Freo
Brayden Fiorini (GCS) - Possible move to Collingwood
Esava Ratugolea (Gee) - Several clubs interested. Geelong open to move. Perhaps GWS.
Lachie Whitfield (GWS) - GWS open to discussion
Nick Haynes (GWS) - GWS open to discussion
Kozzy Pickett (Mel) - Possible move to Port Adelaide. Melbourne say not happening.
Adam Tomlinson (Mel) - Melbourne open to move.
James Harmes (Mel) - Possible move to Essendon (and others). Melbourne say not happening.
Tarryn Thomas (NM) - Looking for opportunities elsewhere, possibly GCS.
Martin Frederick (PA) - Possible move to WCE
Mitch Georgiades (PA) - Possible move to WCE
Sam Hayes (PA) - Contracted, but Port may be open to offers elsewhere.
Ivan Soldo (Rich) - Possible move to GWS.
Jack Graham (Rich) - Likely now to stay at Richmond after exploring PA.
Riley Collier-Dawkins (Rich) - Looking for opportunities elsewhere.
Jack Bytel (StK) - Essendon interested.
Hunter Clark (StK) - Possible move to NM.
Brad Hill (StK) - Possible move to NM.
Lewis Mellican (Syd) - Looking for opportunities elsewhere.

DFA and Retiree moves
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (ex-Ess) - looking to return from retirement, possibly to Freo, as SSP
Conor McKenna (ex-Ess) - looking to return from retirement, possibly to Gee in rookie draft
Liam Stocker (ex-Car) - Possible DFA to Essendon
Ciaran Byrne (ex-Car) - Possible return to Carlton as Cat-B Rookie - 5-Oct: Not happening, stays in Ireland

Francis Evans (ex-Gee) - Possible DFA to Port Adelaide
Quinton Narkle (ex-Gee) - DFA, several clubs interested
Kyle Hartigan (ex-Haw) - Possible DFA to St Kilda
Tom Phillips (ex-Haw) - Possible DFA to Essendon
Dan Hanneberry (ex-StK) - NM interested in bringing him out of retirement

Draft Order and selection summary



 
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Pixelshooter

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What a bloody sook Horne-Francis is. North should do everything to secure a good deal and get him out of the club. Seems to have the makings of a decent player but a move like this, just giving up, says a lot about his character.
 

jpfalvo

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We should chase the Bowes pick7 salary dump.

Id be happy to trade all of.

Setters
Dow
Kennedy

To make that happen.

Go to draft with 2 Top 10picks

Kennedy (lisfranc)
Walsh (back)
Hewitt (back)

All have potential career threatening injuries of which we have had no updates.

We need durability, and given Kennedy has shown when injured it takes him along time to get back, he is the one thats expendable but would attract interest

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Stamos

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Whilst this is true, it will hamstring future years because next year we will need to have 2 first round picks in the year (or cop the restrictions in place for teams who haven't met this threshold).

A player like butters would probably be worth it though.
We wouldn't have to use 2 next year, we just wouldn't be allowed to trade a future pick.
And just because we are allowed to trade picks, does not mean I think there is any chance we will (except perhaps for other 1st round picks).
 

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DangerousD

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In regards to Dunkley. I’ve seen posters talk about Brisbane getting him with pick 15.

Adam Cerra cost us 8 and 46, Dunkley should cost more, it will cost the Lions a lot more than 15.

Theres also some complaining Acres for a F3 is overs, I hope they aren’t the same people saying Setters and Dow are worth 2nd rounders.
 

Mondyboy

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JHF isn’t being called selfish, arrogant, self-entitled because he has asked to return to Adelaide to play his football (as is anyones right to want to go home), he is being called selfish, arrogant, self-entitled beeause he has acted selfish, arrogant, self-entitled from the moment he walked through the doors at Arden Street. Everyone and their Dog knew he was off the moment trade period started and that’s because he made that clear from as earlier as halfway through the year.

But… but he slept in the guernsey!


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agro

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In regards to Dunkley. I’ve seen posters talk about Brisbane getting him with pick 15.

Adam Cerra cost us 8 and 46, Dunkley should cost more, it will cost the Lions a lot more than 15.

Theres also some complaining Acres for a F3 is overs, I hope they aren’t the same people saying Setters and Dow are worth 2nd rounders.


It’s outstandingly hypocritical that the media is dripping the dribble from their chin with “pick 15 for Dunkley” should do it - when the chorus of pick 8 for Saad and pick 6 for Cerra was deafening- Dunkley is a best and fairest winner.

Pick 15 is way unders in comparison - Luke Beveridge is right, Brisbane need to “pony up”.
 

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A few tweets from Norf supporters suggesting that Butters should be in the trade.

Now with that thought in mind. How often has a club rejected a trade for a player who has nominated them? 😂
 

Mondyboy

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All these bold deals some are talking about - such as how we might get Bowes and pick 7.

It’s clear to me that Austin doesn’t think that way. He’s far more conservative than a JSOS. He has his objectives, he gets them done with no drama, he moves on to next year. Yeah, it lacks the theatrics, and maybe it’s not as bold and out there as we would like, but personally, I love his attitude.


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JHF isn’t being called selfish, arrogant, self-entitled because he has asked to return to Adelaide to play his football (as is anyones right to want to go home), he is being called selfish, arrogant, self-entitled beeause he has acted selfish, arrogant, self-entitled from the moment he walked through the doors at Arden Street. Everyone and their Dog knew he was off the moment trade period started and that’s because he made that clear from as earlier as halfway through the year.
I hope North absolutely rort the Power in the trade. Two first-rounders minimum, and Power would want to do their mightiest to upgrade their current first pick (8).

I wonder if we'll fish out our first to upgrade our position in the draft?
 

Kreuuuzeurns

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A few tweets from Norf supporters suggesting that Butters should be in the trade.

Now with that thought in mind. How often has a club rejected a trade for a player who has nominated them? 😂

I would take Butters before JHF if I had the choice. Trading him with a first rounder or two attached would be madness. Just won’t happen.
 

bigblueboy

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All these bold deals some are talking about - such as how we might get Bowes and pick 7.

It’s clear to me that Austin doesn’t think that way. He’s far more conservative than a JSOS. He has his objectives, he gets them done with no drama, he moves on to next year. Yeah, it lacks the theatrics, and maybe it’s not as bold and out there as we would like, but personally, I love his attitude.


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Has had an exceptional couple of years - those he allegedly paid overs for (Saad, Cerra) have worked well and those where he allegedly got unders (SPS) has been a masterstroke. Contracts of all the must-signs are sorted.
Still think the Stocker decision was a mistake, but suspect Austin wasn't leading that conversation ...
Acres for a third is really good business if that's the way it works ... and watch him get decent value for Dow.
As for Bowes, he's not even that good. Would completely go against everything we are trying to build.
Most important part of Austin's work - his decisions are aligned to what the coaches and playing group are committed to achieving ... a big change from the previous regime.
 

bigdog43

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In regards to Dunkley. I’ve seen posters talk about Brisbane getting him with pick 15.

Adam Cerra cost us 8 and 46, Dunkley should cost more, it will cost the Lions a lot more than 15.

Theres also some complaining Acres for a F3 is overs, I hope they aren’t the same people saying Setters and Dow are worth 2nd rounders.
Always staggers me when people are more interested in the potential of an unknown draft pick over a proven commodity. Acres was in some media commentators All Australian teams in the front half of 2022, a future third is an absolute steal. Loving what Austin is doing
 

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Always staggers me when people are more interested in the potential of an unknown draft pick over a proven commodity. Acres was in some media commentators All Australian teams in the front half of 2022, a future third is an absolute steal. Loving what Austin is doing
It’s why I don’t care about getting Bowes + Pick 7. That draft pick holds no actual value right now, the value comes in developing a player and hoping for the best. Doing the trade will be money on the books that I would rather go to TDK.
 
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It’s why I don’t care about getting Bowes + Pick 7. That draft pick holds no actual value right now, the value comes in developing a player and hoping for the best. Doing the trade will be money on the books that I would rather go to TDK.
TDK needs to earn that money first. He hasn't done enough yet.