- May 3, 2007
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Man City, Valencia, Lazio, Panthers
As I said.... The Salary Cap is 13 million or $250,000 a week. you got 40 players on the list and the average wage is $325,000 or $6250 a week.Speculation is its closer to 800k.
But honestly I don't know where this is coming from, Geelong isn't a team stacked with huge talent on massive contracts.
We have Danger, Selwood, and Hawkins as the only three players i feel would be on large money.
The rest i feel would be mid range to low contracts.
Ablett (wouldn't be on anywhere near as much as you think)
but i mean look at West Coast
That's quite a list you have there, certainly more top heavy than geelongs, how do you guys manage to keep under the cap.
I am sure theres a fair amount of players on $650,000 a year or $12,500 a week. Its such a well rounded number.
or being on $10,000 a week or $520,000 a year.
But you look at the cats 1st.
Dangerfield, Hawkins and Selwood would be on $800,000 a year. So thats $2.4 millon gone.
You can have a list of 10 players on $400-600,000 a year. Thats $4-6 million.
I agree GAJ wouldnt be on a lot of cash. Duncan, Blicavs, Dalhaus, Gunthrie (the older brother) Rohan, Menengola, Duncan. I would assume all would be in that $400- 600,000 a year range.
I remember Harry Taylor was out of contract in the end of 2013 with Both WA teams looking at him. He signed a 5 year deal at $600,000 a year from 2014-18.
But I look at west coasts List....
Kennedy is only on $700-$750,000 a year. Could of easily of gotten $800-1 million a year if he was at a Vic Club.
Nic Nats contract was 1 million a year which was $800,000 on the salary cap, and the other $200,000 on ASA agreements or Additional/Advertising service agreements.
I know Mcgovern and Gaff were free agents in 2018 and both stayed at West coast at around $800,000 a year, the rest of the blokes you listed are on $500-$600,000 a year.