I reckon if you’re on average wage, or being offered a contract of at least average wage, your club should have the option to trade you anywhere. Far too much power with the players in terms of nominating a single club and then the host club being screwed.Not until the wages get a lot higher, especially for the bottom earners.
I think everything is relatively okay just make rookie contracts longer.
Lol, no!Maybe but the Swans won't settle for the Crows second round pick either and Dawson is not going to through the PSD Either.
Crows need to better their offer (from what ibhave seen suggested from AFC fans here) or he goes to Port; simple as that
Everything.What's their list got to do with it... as they are not going to give you back a similar quality player.
Good luck getting a good player out of Port.Everything.
We are not going to get a top three in BnF player.
However, looking at the lists and draft picks we are more likely to get a positional need/better pick from port than crows.
KPP/rucks who could be involved from Port: Ladhams, Hayes, Clurey, Marshall, Georgiades.
From Adelaide.... no one who i can see on your list and crows will likely attempt to strong arm us into pick 23 and rubbish. Whereas port more likely to do 17 and steak knives.
This is as it currently stands picks wise etc
I mean, personally I thought all BF posters were list managers!It won't matter as Sydney won't get a say in who Dawson chooses so it's irrelevant which club you personally prefer to deal with.
You can have your opinion, but it's irrelevant as to who Dawson will choose lol.I mean, personally I thought all BF posters were list managers!
I was wrong in that assumption?!
Asides, my original post stands:
I would prefer that Jordan nominates port so we can extract better value than if he nominated Adelaide.
I will now check if I can put my opinion about a potential trade on the draft and trade board.
I mean, yes. I know this. Hence the preface.You can have your opinion, but it's irrelevant as to who Dawson will choose lol.
Speaking of having your pants pulled down…Have noticed a few of your supporters mentioning Marshall. Marshall and a future 2nd rounder. Personally i wouldnt do it but i wouldnt put anything past the swans after we pulled their pants down with Aliir and you will be desperate to offload Dawson off your books. That squeeze is awfully tight down their.
Crows have more cap space so can offer more salary than Port, including front loading if need be.I mean, yes. I know this. Hence the preface.
Looking at it logically, I am expecting that he will make a decision once he talks to both clubs.
The fact that he has not already nominate probably means that:
A. Waiting to talk to both clubs to make a decision
B. Is going to nominate Port and waiting for finals to finish
C. Is open to either club in SA and does not want to screw swans.
In those options, reckon it is likely A and maybe B.
Adelaide will need to stump up dollars if they want him because port would be better suited to what he wants.
Serong was a mad swans supporter... means nothing when playing.Crows have more cap space so can offer more salary than Port, including front loading if need be.
Port are obviously in a premiership window unlike the Crows which is in their favour.
He was & his family are Crows supporters.
Sam Hayes and pick 16 would satisfy me which I don't think is unreasonable deal for either side. Port might get the nomination as Dawson's preferred club of choice but I doubt they would be so foolish to tank the deal altogether by holding on to an untried ruckman.Pick 16 for Dawson if he chooses port is a good deal (academy picks don't matter). He's obviously a player they don't want to lose.
Not entirely true. Was at the club from 2016. In that time we have only missed finals in 2019 and 2020.Or given he’s been part of a young team rise up the ladder he wants to do it again
So you’re a young side who missed the finals the previous 2 years and rose this yearNot entirely true. Was at the club from 2016. In that time we have only missed finals in 2019 and 2020.
Adelaide look to be a minimum of two-three years off of contending. Could surprise but unlikely.
We have been rebuilding for a while to get to where we are at