Opinion Bottom 4 and top 4 teams in 3 years

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In three years I suspect every player who played in 2-3 premierships excluding Selwood will be gone. We have the best development system in the AFL, very good depth unlike your side hence why we both are missing 6-8 players but my team is 6-1 and yours isn't. With Geelong it's a two sided team because we have our prem players and then we have our youth which is like GWS/GCS/Port because they're so young.

A bigger load of ******** you will not read on here.
 

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From posts above I think fair enough we are middle of the road, I'll be suprised if we are top 4.

Top 4:
Pies
Dees
Dockers
Bombers

Bottom 4:
St Kilda
GWS
Nth Melbourne
Port Adelaide

Port at the bottom is really the only thing I'm certain of, the rest is a bit of a raffle.
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So many people predicting Port and Sydney to be bottom from a few years ago. BigFooty is ******* stupid.
I dont think anyone would have predicted Ports turnaround post 2012. Sydney will never bottom out either. Geelongs mandatory 8 home games at the Cattery means 2 of the 8 IMO will be occupied by these 2.
 

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1. Gold Coast
2. Port Adelaide
3. North Melbourne
4. Fremantle
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5. Sydney
6. Adelaide
7. Essendon
8. GWS
9. Western Bulldogs
10. Geelong
11. Hawthorn
12. Collingwood
13. Melbourne
14. Richmond
15. Brisbane
16. Carlton
17. St. Kilda
18. West Coast

However I think.. that'll end up a season like 1997 (Win-lose-wise)

 

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Post which teams you see in the bottom 4 and top 4 in 3 years from now, order doesn't matter.

Apologies if there is a thread like this but I couldn't see one.

Bottom 4:
1. North Melbourne
2. Port Adelaide
3. Hawthorn
4. Sydney

Top 4:
1. Melbourne
2. Carlton
3. Fremantle
4. Adelaide
Haha massive fail
 

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1. Gold Coast
2. Port Adelaide
3. North Melbourne
4. Fremantle
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5. Sydney
6. Adelaide
7. Essendon
8. GWS
9. Western Bulldogs
10. Geelong
11. Hawthorn
12. Collingwood
13. Melbourne
14. Richmond
15. Brisbane
16. Carlton
17. St. Kilda
18. West Coast

However I think.. that'll end up a season like 1997 (Win-lose-wise)

Love that season
 

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Top 4
1. Gold Coast
2. Geelong
3. GWS
4. Sydney

Bottom 4
15. St Kilda
16. Carlton
17. Brisbane
18. Melbourne
 
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Melbourne
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Edit: Just reading through this thread they're really are some arrogant flogs laughing and calling the predictions from 2010/11 stupid. Jesus Christ people what did you expect? We have no idea what will happen in the next few years and neither did they so stop with the arrogance
 

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These are always stabs in the dark but here goes (not going to bother guessing where they'll be in the four):

Port: What a twist - putting my own team here! We're one of the youngest and currently one of the strongest. I simply can't see us suddenly having a huge lull for quite a long time, this is what happens when you blood your younger players and have a nightmare era.
GCS: It takes approximately 7 years for new clubs to shoot for a premiership - I'm running with that theory here as well.
GWS: Same as GCS
The last one is incredibly tough and I don't know who I'm gonna pick here but I like the look of the Bulldogs.

Bottom Four (I'm basing this purely on the playing list age and how successful I think they'll be at blooding new players):

North
Fremantle
Carlton
Saints
 

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Post which teams you see in the bottom 4 and top 4 in 3 years from now, order doesn't matter.

Apologies if there is a thread like this but I couldn't see one.

Bottom 4:
1. North Melbourne
2. Port Adelaide
3. Hawthorn
4. Sydney

Top 4:
1. Melbourne
2. Carlton
3. Fremantle
4. Adelaide

Haha what a good bump.... posted in 2010 . all four teams playing off for a spot in the granny lol!! couldnt have been more wrong if you tried lol
 

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Top 4:
Port Adelaide
GWS (the youngsters are showing good signs)
West Coast (alot of young talent, should get better with games under the belt)
Collingwood

Bottom 4:
Carlton
Fremantle
Melbourne (the entire club needs changing)
St Kilda
 
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