List Mgmt. 2023 Trade & List Management Thread

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Ok starting the hit list of names mentioned in any rumour as linked to us for 2023 trade period.
  • Mac Andrew
  • Hunter Clark
  • Zac Fisher
  • Sam Flanders
  • Mitch Georgiades
  • Liam Henry
  • Dougal Howard
  • Lewis Melican
  • Jack Silvagni
  • Dylan Stephens
  • Adam Tomlinson
 
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LIST OF 2023 AFL FREE AGENTS (Yet to be confirmed by AFL)

As of October 19,2022


*Can qualify as a restricted free agent, as they’re in their 8th or 9th year of service, but only if in the top 25% of payments at the club

ADELAIDE CROWS

Matt Crouch

Paul Seedsman*

Rory Sloane

Taylor Walker

Tom Doedee*

BRISBANE LIONS

Daniel Rich

Dayne Zorko

Eric Hipwood*

Rhys Mathieson*

CARLTON

David Cunningham*

Ed Curnow

Jack Silvagni*

Lachie Plowman*

Sam Docherty

COLLINGWOOD

Jack Crisp* - re-signed A Merry Crispmas as Jack and Brody pen new deals

Jeremy Howe*

Mason Cox*

Scott Pendlebury

Steele Sidebottom

ESSENDON

Darcy Parish*

Dyson Heppell

Mason Redman*

FREMANTLE DOCKERS

Michael Walters

Nathan Fyfe

GEELONG CATS

Mark Blicavs

Rhys Stanley*

Sam Menegola*

Tom Hawkins

GOLD COAST SUNS

Alex Sexton

Brayden Fiorini*

Charlie Constable

Rory Thompson

Sam Day

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

Callan Ward

Daniel Lloyd*

Harrison Himmelberg*


Matthew Flynn*

Phil Davis

HAWTHORN

Nil

MELBOURNE

Alex Neal-Bullen*

NORTH MELBOURNE

Ben McKay*

Jack Ziebell

Todd Goldstein

PORT ADELAIDE

Charlie Dixon*


Riley Bonner*

Tom Jonas

Travis Boak

RICHMOND

Dylan Grimes

Jack Riewoldt

Jason Castagna*

Kamdyn McIntosh

Nathan Broad*

Trent Cotchin

ST KILDA

Dan McKenzie*

Jade Gresham*

Jimmy Webster

Seb Ross

SYDNEY SWANS

Dane Rampe

Lance Franklin

Lewis Melican*

Sam Reid

WEST COAST EAGLES

Jamie Cripps

Jeremy McGovern

Luke Shuey


WESTERN BULLDOGS

Bailey Williams*

Roarke Smith*

Tom Liberatore

Toby McLean*

Prolific Don, big Roo headline bumper crop of 2023 free agents - Prolific Don, big Roo headline bumper crop of 2023 free agents

ESSENDON gun midfielder Darcy Parish will start the season as the highest-profile free agent in the game, with more than 100 players qualifying for free agency in 2023.

The Bombers star and 2021 All-Australian's two-year extension with the club expires this season and he leads the pack of players who will qualify as restricted free agents.

AFL.com.au has compiled a full list of the 103 players eligible for free agency this season, with Richmond, Port Adelaide and the Western Bulldogs all having a competition-high eight free agents.

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Along with Parish, North Melbourne defender Ben McKay, St Kilda midfielder Jade Gresham, Adelaide backman Tom Doedee and Greater Western Sydney forward Harry Himmelberg shape as the biggest names in the free agency pool. McKay last year considered his future with the Roos but decided to play out his contract.

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Darcy Parish in action during the R23 clash between Essendon and Richmond at the MCG on August 20, 2022. Picture: Getty Images/AFL Photos
All of those players, plus Essendon backman Mason Redman, entered the AFL at the 2015 draft so are hitting free agency for the first time.

The likes of Clayton Oliver, Charlie Curnow, Harry McKay, Eric Hipwood, Callum Mills and Tom Papley were also due to become free agents this year but all signed long-term contracts last year, taking them off the market ahead of their free agency seasons.

The Tigers' list of free agents includes premiership players Trent Cotchin, Jack Riewoldt, Dylan Grimes, Nathan Broad, Jason Castagna and Kamdyn McIntosh, while Robbie Tarrant will also be a free agent again under the 'free agent for life' rule having qualified for free agency at North Melbourne before his switch to Punt Road.

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Dylan Grimes is chaired off for his 200th match after the R13 clash between Richmond and Port Adelaide at the MCG on June 9, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos
Last year's Norm Smith medallist Isaac Smith is in the same category at Geelong this year, as is Sydney superstar Lance Franklin.

Port's list also includes veterans Travis Boak, Tom Jonas, Charlie Dixon and Scott Lycett, with Riley Bonner also eligible.

Tom Liberatore and Bailey Williams headline the Bulldogs' list of free agents, which expanded to eight with the signing of recently delisted Demon Oskar Baker. Players who have been delisted at any stage of their career and are at the end of their contract automatically qualify as free agents, with Hawthorn's emerging star Dylan Moore and Melbourne premiership player James Jordon both in that category this year as unrestricted free agents.

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Tom Liberatore celebrates a goal in the round 22 match between Western Bulldogs and GWS on August 13, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos
Similarly, Geelong small forward sensation Tyson Stengle will hit free agency after previously being cut by Adelaide and coming into the second of his two-year deal with the Cats after last year's flag.

Parish, McKay, Gresham and Doedee will be among the group of restricted free agents who qualify as players entering their eighth or ninth seasons and who are in the top 25 per cent of their club's earners.

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Bids for restricted free agents can be matched by a player's club, which can then force a trade deal to be made for a player to switch clubs. Any players outside the top 25 per cent of earners or who have served 10 or more years at their current club will be eligible as unrestricted free agents.

Current or former club captains Sam Docherty (Carlton), Nat Fyfe (Fremantle), Dyson Heppell (Essendon), Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood), Phil Davis (Greater Western Sydney), Jack Ziebell (North Melbourne), Dayne Zorko (Brisbane), Dane Rampe (Sydney), Rory Sloane (Adelaide), Luke Shuey and Shannon Hurn (West Coast) are also among the free agents this year.

2023 FULL FREE AGENCY LIST

*Previously delisted
^Previously a free agent

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Tyler Brown*
Matt Crouch
Tom Doedee
Andrew McPherson*
Paul Seedsman*
Rory Sloane
Taylor Walker

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Nakia Cockatoo*
Darragh Joyce*
Ryan Lester
Rhys Mathieson
Daniel Rich
Dayne Zorko

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David Cuningham
Ed Curnow
Sam Docherty
Sam Durdin*
Lachie Plowman
Jack Silvagni

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Mason Cox
Jeremy Howe
Cooper Murley*
Scott Pendlebury

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Dyson Heppell
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti
Darcy Parish
Mason Redman
Will Snelling*

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Nat Fyfe
Joel Hamling^
Michael Walters
Lachie Schultz*

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Mark Blicavs
Jonathon Ceglar*
Tom Hawkins
Sam Menegola*
Isaac Smith^
Rhys Stanley
Tyson Stengle*^

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Jed Anderson*
Connor Blakely*
Levi Casboult*^
Charlie Constable*
Sam Day
Jake Stein*

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Phil Davis*
Matt Flynn
Harrison Himmelberg
Lachie Keeffe*
Daniel Lloyd*
Callan Ward
Jacob Wehr*

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Fergus Greene*
Seamus Mitchell*
Dylan Moore*

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Luke Dunstan*
James Jordon*
Alex Neal-Bullen

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Todd Goldstein
Dan Howe*
Ben McKay
Liam Shiels^*
Kayne Turner*
Jack Ziebell

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Travis Boak
Riley Bonner
Charlie Dixon
Trent Dumont*
Tom Jonas
Scott Lycett^
Trent McKenzie*
Dylan Williams*

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Nathan Broad
Jason Castagna
Trent Cotchin
Dylan Grimes
Kamdyn McIntosh
Bigoa Nyuon*
Jack Riewoldt
Robbie Tarrant^

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Tom Campbell*
Jade Gresham
Daniel McKenzie
Jimmy Webster
Mason Wood*

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Lance Franklin^
Lewis Melican
Dane Rampe
Sam Reid

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Jamie Cripps
Shannon Hurn
Jeremy McGovern
Luke Shuey
Zane Trew*
Isiah Winder*

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Oskar Baker*
Taylor Duryea^
Ryan Gardner*
Tom Liberatore
Toby McLean
Tim O'Brien^
Roarke Smith*
Bailey Williams

 
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And we start again

What’s best -Ben king or our two first rounders
 
Will Thursfield as our new National Recruiting manager
Brady Rawlings as our List manager
Scott Clayton - Head of Player Personnel
Corry Bewick - Interstate talent scout
Brett Sclanders - Interstate talent scout


 
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jay317

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Pretty bare. Assume we're in the ear of any decent/quality pre-agent KPPs as trade targets.
 

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I'd like us to add a boffiny type to help Brady and co. with trading strategy and balancing list positions and draft picks. This has been an issue for the last two trade / draft periods that we need to address.
 

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The hire of Thursfield is more of an indication that the club is happy with the work that Clayton and Rawlings have been doing since joining the club after the 2019 draft.

It's more of a hire to support the current team, as opposed to somebody like Dalrymple who would completely take over that aspect of the club.

I like demanding people's heads as much as the next guy, but Goater and Curtis alone mean that Clayton and Rawlings deserve another crack at the draft next year.
 
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