- Oct 9, 2006
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Super Tottenham....from the Lane.
Of course Melbourne are looking for deals. They've already traded some picks. Only a twit thinks that Melbourne have gone in with the mindset that all their players are off limits. If they have, then their time at the top will be very short.I said Melbourne aren't looking for deals. I never said they wouldn't listen to calls, you've made that up. I never said they were being inactive, you've made that up.
Hawthorn appear to be actively contacting clubs, or "aggressively working the floor".
So either you've completely misread, and therefore misunderstood, what I've written, or you're arguing the exact same thing.
Hawthorn appear to be pursuing means to improve their draft hand, by "aggressively working the floor", and offering up some of their higher value senior players in trade discussions, which is why the names of literally every single one of their higher value senior players has been floating around in the media the last week.
That's very different to a Melbourne largely sitting back and not doing a whole lot, they're certainly not aggressively working the floor, as you yourself said.
So really, are you just arguing to be argumentative at this point? Do you think Hawthorn aren't "aggressively working the floor"? Do you think Melbourne are "aggressively working the floor"?
I repeat, you are the one who said Melbourne are not looking for deals. And you did it twice.