List Mgmt. Contracts. Trades. Draft. 2021 Edition

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Updated the status of all contracts for people’s reference

Contracted until the end of 2025 (2):



  • Tim Kelly (26/7/94) - Signed a 6 year Gavin Bell (Head of Development) (2020,2021,2022,2023,2024,2025) in October 2019
  • Dom Sheed (10/4/95) - Signed a 4 year extension (2022,2023,2024,2025) in April 2021*


Contracted until the end of 2024 (3):



  • Jack Darling (13/6/92) - Signed a 4 year extension (2021,2022,2023,2024) on an existing contract set to expire 2020 in July 2019
  • Andrew Gaff (16/6/92) – Signed a 4 year extension option (2021,2022,2023,2024) in October 2020
  • Liam Ryan (2/10/96) - Signed a 2 year extension (2023,2024) on an existing contract set to expire 2022 in April 2021*


Contracted until the end of 2023 (7):



  • Elliot Yeo (1/10/93) - Signed a 5 year extension (2019,2020,2021,2022,2023) in December 2017.
  • Jeremy McGovern (15/4/92) - Signed a 5 year extension (2019,2020,2021,2022,2023) in July 2018.
  • Jamie Cripps (23/4/92) - Signed a 3 year extension (2021,2022,2023) in February 2020
  • Jack Petruccelle (12/4/99) - Signed a 3 year extension (2021,2022,2023) in October 2020
  • Jake Waterman (6/5/98) - Signed a 3 year extension (2021,2022,2023) in October 2020
  • Zac Langdon (13/11/95) - Signed a 3 year contract (2021,2022,2023) in November 2020*
  • Brad Sheppard (23/5/91) - Signed a 1 year extension (2023) on an existing contract set to expire 2022 in May 2021*


Contracted until the end of 2022 (15):

  • Luke Shuey (2/6/90) - Signed a 4 year extension (2019,2020,2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2018 in June 2017.
  • Tom Cole (28/5/97) - Signed a 3 year extension (2020,2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2019 in November 2018.
  • Tom Barrass (8/10/95) - Signed a 3 year extension (2020,2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2019 in November 2018.
  • Oscar Allen (19/3/99) - Signed a 2 year extension (2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2020 in April 2019
  • Willie Rioli (4/6/95) - Signed a 2 year extension (2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2020 in May 2019
  • Nic Naitanui (4/5/90) - Signed 3 year extension (2020,2021,2022) in June 2019.
  • Jarrod Cameron (3/5/00) - Signed a 2 year extension (2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2020 in July 2019.
  • Bailey Williams (17/4/00) - Signed a 2 year extension (2021,2022) on an existing contract set to expire 2020 in August 2019
  • Harry Edwards (1/10/00) - Signed a 2 year extension (2021,2022) in October 2020
  • Alex Witherden (10/9/98) - Signed a 2 year contract (2021,2022,) in November 2020*
  • Luke Edwards (12/1/02) - Automatic 2 year contract when drafted in December 2020
  • Isiah Winder (16/05/02) - Automatic 2 year contract when drafted in December 2020
  • Jackson Nelson (15/3/96) - Signed a 1 year extension (2022) in May 2021*
  • Callum Jamieson (31/7/00) - Signed a 1 year extension (2022) in May 2021*
  • (R) Zane Trew (26/4/02)- Signed a 1 year extension (2022) in May 2021*


Contracted until the end of 2021 (15):

  • Liam Duggan (11/12/96) - Signed a 3 year extension (2019,2020,2021) in March 2018
  • Jack Redden (9/12/90) - Signed a 3 year extension (2019,2020,2021) in April 2018
  • Jarrod Brander (11/2/99) - Signed a 2 year extension (2020,2021) on an existing contract set to expire 2019 in May 2018
  • Josh Rotham (25/2/98) - Signed a 2-year contract (2020,2021) in May 2019.
  • Ben Johnson (6/3/01) - Automatic 2 year contract when drafted in November 2019
  • Xavier O’Neill (3/8/00) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in October 2020
  • Luke Foley (8/10/99) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in October 2020
  • Shannon Hurn (4/9/87) – Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in October 2020
  • Josh Kennedy (25/8/87) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in October 2020
  • Nathan Vardy (25/6/91)- Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in November 2020
  • (R) Mark Hutchings (25/5/91) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) as a rookie in November 2020
  • (R) Brendon Ah Chee (21/12/93) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) as a rookie in November 2020
  • (R) Jamaine Jones (29/9/98) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) as a rookie in November 2020
  • Brayden Ainsworth (21/11/98) - Signed a 1 year extension (2021) in late 2020 that was never announced*
  • (R) Dan Venables (19/11/98) - Redrafted as a rookie on a 1 year contract in December 2020
(R) = Rookie listed player
* Denotes contract length not specified at time of announcement



Coaches/Administrators :



  • Adam Simpson (Head Coach) - Signed a 3-year extension (2020, 2021, 2022) on his contact (2019) in August 2018
  • Gavin Bell (Head of Development)
  • Adrian Hickmott (Midfield Coach)
  • Jaymie Graham (Backline Coach)
  • Luke Webster (Forwards Coach)
  • Daniel Pratt (WAFL Eagles and Development Coach )
  • Mark Nicoski (Development Coach)
  • Kyal Horsley (Development Coach)
  • Craig Vozzo (Football Manager)
  • Rohan O’Brien (List Manager)
 
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FKASC

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I’m really intrigued to see how Riley Collier-Dawkins goes tonight. Would’ve, and probably should’ve been playing straight out of his draft year with any other team. Maybe he could be a player of interest come trade time?
Doesn’t strike me as someone that quick which probably goes against him with Richmond’s high pressure outside game
 

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KBLT

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It might be crazy, but I'd be trading Gaff to a club whose Premiership window is just opening, i.e. Melbourne or the Bulldogs

So


Gaff + 2nd rounder to the Bulldogs for Garcia and a late 1st rounder and steak knives

OR

Gaff + 2nd rounder to Melbourne for Rivers and a late first rounder

THEN

1st rounder we got from the trade for Bolton and a 3rd rounder


Out: Gaff, 2nd
In: Bolton, either Garcia or Rivers, and a 3rd

Leaves us with our first, a second and two thirds.

OR

we keep that first and essentially use Gaff to upgrade a second to a first and nab Garcia or Rivers
 

ziad

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It might be crazy, but I'd be trading Gaff to a club whose Premiership window is just opening, i.e. Melbourne or the Bulldogs

So


Gaff + 2nd rounder to the Bulldogs for Garcia and a late 1st rounder and steak knives

OR

Gaff + 2nd rounder to Melbourne for Rivers and a late first rounder

THEN

1st rounder we got from the trade for Bolton and a 3rd rounder


Out: Gaff, 2nd
In: Bolton, either Garcia or Rivers, and a 3rd

Leaves us with our first, a second and two thirds.

OR

we keep that first and essentially use Gaff to upgrade a second to a first and nab Garcia or Rivers
Gaff is past is use by date for a good trade - one paced without strong contested abilities. Brave and tough but thats it.
 

mattyc75

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It might be crazy, but I'd be trading Gaff to a club whose Premiership window is just opening, i.e. Melbourne or the Bulldogs

So


Gaff + 2nd rounder to the Bulldogs for Garcia and a late 1st rounder and steak knives

OR

Gaff + 2nd rounder to Melbourne for Rivers and a late first rounder

THEN

1st rounder we got from the trade for Bolton and a 3rd rounder


Out: Gaff, 2nd
In: Bolton, either Garcia or Rivers, and a 3rd

Leaves us with our first, a second and two thirds.

OR

we keep that first and essentially use Gaff to upgrade a second to a first and nab Garcia or Rivers
Obeanie has 2 profiles?

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Tugga27

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Jun 19, 2017
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It might be crazy, but I'd be trading Gaff to a club whose Premiership window is just opening, i.e. Melbourne or the Bulldogs

So


Gaff + 2nd rounder to the Bulldogs for Garcia and a late 1st rounder and steak knives

OR

Gaff + 2nd rounder to Melbourne for Rivers and a late first rounder

THEN

1st rounder we got from the trade for Bolton and a 3rd rounder


Out: Gaff, 2nd
In: Bolton, either Garcia or Rivers, and a 3rd

Leaves us with our first, a second and two thirds.

OR

we keep that first and essentially use Gaff to upgrade a second to a first and nab Garcia or Rivers
Gaff's contracted so he ain't going nowhere.

We're not like Collingwood in that we'd never reward a player for showing us loyalty by pushing him out the door.
 

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FKASC

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It might be crazy, but I'd be trading Gaff to a club whose Premiership window is just opening, i.e. Melbourne or the Bulldogs

So


Gaff + 2nd rounder to the Bulldogs for Garcia and a late 1st rounder and steak knives

OR

Gaff + 2nd rounder to Melbourne for Rivers and a late first rounder

THEN

1st rounder we got from the trade for Bolton and a 3rd rounder


Out: Gaff, 2nd
In: Bolton, either Garcia or Rivers, and a 3rd

Leaves us with our first, a second and two thirds.

OR

we keep that first and essentially use Gaff to upgrade a second to a first and nab Garcia or Rivers
Gaff to Melbourne would have been a shout in 2019 but they went and got Langdon and don’t need him anymore. Langdon and Brayshaw on the wings is working pretty well for them at the moment
 

David_Full

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I can't see Bolton going anywhere.

Also didn't Eagles say while COVID cuts remain the club won't bring in anymore big-name players?
 
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DanWCE

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Apr 2, 2015
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I can't see Bolton going anywhere.

Also didn't Eagles say while COVID cuts remain the club won't bring in anymore big-name players?
Yes. Our players took a 7% pay cut across the board, and in return we told them we wouldn't use that money to free up a war chest to go after someone else.

We all just admire Bolton and want him in the wings.
 

WCE_phil

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Matthew Nunn just a lazy 16 tackles in Norwood's win over South Adelaide tonight in the SANFL.

6 clearances and 5 inside 50s to go with that as well.


Definitely the kind of campaigner that we should be looking at in the mid-season draft.
Exactly who I would pick. He's not quick but he's a ******* hard nut, tackles, get clearances and isn't a bad kick either.
 

Obeanie1

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Jul 26, 2007
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Yes. Our players took a 7% pay cut across the board, and in return we told them we wouldn't use that money to free up a war chest to go after someone else.

We all just admire Bolton and want him in the wings.
You left out the relevant bit.

We agreed with the playing group we would only be chasing an established player on decent money IF one of our players on similar money left.

Hope this concept isnt too complicated for some people on here.
 

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