With all due respect to Bruce, Jones and Fisher [ and their kids], Lockett isn't comparable.Brett Ratten left Brad Fisher stranded on 99 games back in 2010.
Your club should have implemented a better breeding program.is it a coincidence that the dogs supporters are extremely quiet in this thread? lol. everyone has been spot on thus far. Rules were changed with Hawkins and Ugle-Hagan after the AFL identified that too much of an advantage had been given. But as others have pointed out. The damage has been done. I'm filthy we don't get Mac Andrew. That's a decade of a good player just because the AFL decided to further advantage the dogs by changing the rules in a year when they don't have a first round NGA player but multiple clubs do, like us and stkilda.
Interesting take. I had someone I work with ask if I knew who Buddy Franklin is, as a friend of hers had gone back to his place. She (the one I work with) had no idea who he was but knew that I follow the AFL so asked.Not fair as Buddy has been monogamous in Sydney.
How could Ebert not have been eligible? Russell played well over 300 games at Port while there was no AFL team from SA. I remember Gibbs not being eligible because his dad played a portion of his games at Glenelg while the Crows were in the AFL, does make sense although definitely unlucky for the Crows.
Sure we made a mess of pick Thorp but that's not the point i was making. I think we did ok anyway over the next few years.Selwood could have been a Hawk you snooze you lose
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They have lost their first and second rounders. They may not have lost them directly in the bidding process but they still lost them because of the bidding process. Those picks are gone.The points system is a load of garbage. Collingwood knowing full well they’ll get Daicos for a handful of rubbish picks traded out their first pick. If a player gets nominated in the first round and you have traded your first round you lose them.