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I like this, but lets change it to what list management strategy options are available to Sydney without the COLA? What could we do rather than what should we do? And you could provide your ratings and reasons for them on the options. Can't imagine there'd be more than two or three...What list management strategy should Sydney adopt without the COLA.
I'm torn on this one because while I don't believe in rebuilds as a concept, I think it would be an interesting topic to look at how teams make good and bad decisions.Maybe a case study into recent rebuilds? Including the ones that succeed in getting the team back into contention vs the ones that face plant.
As I said above, I don't believe in the concept of a rebuild.Do you consider a consistent finals team who played e.g. Geelong (not in finals in 2015) or Hawthorn (not in finals 2017) as having "rebuild" in those years?
Perhaps a comparison between the list management strategies of Collingwood vs Carlton who have both drastically turned over their lists in a few yearsI'm torn on this one because while I don't believe in rebuilds as a concept, I think it would be an interesting topic to look at how teams make good and bad decisions.
Just in a few minutes throwing this idea around in my head, the teams I thought of have had success and failure almost entirely determined by how well they followed my rules in episode 1 (and some of the others).
Since I don't believe in rebuilds, what teams are you classifying as ones to look at?
Simple answer Steve Silvagni.Perhaps a comparison between the list management strategies of Collingwood vs Carlton who have both drastically turned over their lists in a few years
One team that came 12th, 12th and 13th between 2015-17 has built a list that jumped to the grand final in 2018 while the other in the same time frame as remained perennially insipid.
You should dispose of everyone who will not be an above average AFL player. Basic probability says there are at least 25, 12 would be a more realistic goalwhats a realistic amount of list turnover you could do in one offseason
i think you could run a line through 12 or so on our list easy
If you are going to chop them they have no list management value, so no.Should you give an in form reserves player a game if they have failed at afl level and likely for the chop end of year
If you are going to chop them they have no list management value, so no.
But this isn't really a list management question, if they are one of your best 22 fit players, you would pick them. It's unlikely, but not impossible, that someone fills both categories of "delist because he won't become an above average AFL player" and "currently best 22"
I have not been a fan but now feel a bit for Rose.How about Rose?