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ossie_21

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#77
Who’s Ugle-Hagen? Can anyone tell me a bit about him? Is he a chance to go top 10 this year?
Don’t know much about him myself, but someone on here said he’s a prospective #1 pick. Bold call if even remotely close to that.

Changing the rules could be tricky considering clubs will have already put time, money & effort into development of certain potential players and would surely fight against any change which could cost them a blue chip player. Whilst the AFL don’t seem to care about others opinions, either have the special/academy systems or don’t. Long term it would kill what they are trying to do though by expanding development areas to get more involvement.

But to finish, they will probably change the rules & he’ll end up at Essendon.
 

VitalDread

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A lot of indigenous people end up at private schools as part of their academy development

Give them the best environment and education
 

Kwality

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A lot of indigenous people end up at private schools as part of their academy development

Give them the best environment and education
Academies are recent interventions, indigenous kids boarding well outdate academies although I'm sure the spin doctors at AFL House would love your claim to be true, but its not.
 

VitalDread

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Rebels announce their 2019 team with a lot of NGA players
2019- Cooper Craig-Peters

Mens- 2020
Clem Nagorcka 170cm- 60kg
Brenton Dalton 175cm 60kg
Toby Jennings 172cm 60kg now 184cm
Fraser Marris 176cm 59kg
Harry Sharp 176cm 64kg
Marcus Herbert- 179cm 71kg
Flynn Atchison 187cm 60kg
Nicholas Stevens 190cm 73kg
Fergus Macdonald 196cm 82kg
 

DognBones

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#86
A lot of indigenous people end up at private schools as part of their academy development

Give them the best environment and education

Didn't know you were a spokesperson for private schools Vital. We mere State school educated supporters might just be a bit miffed by that comment. :p
 

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#91
What does this mean for the doggies
The AFL introduced a rule this year that says any NGA player who transfers to Oakleigh Chargers can't be picked up by the "owning" club in the NGA system, meaning we will lose all rights to JUH.

It's called the "Up Yours Oakleigh" rule (yeah, they can't spell :rolleyes:) and after 30 years it's finally an opportunity for the Empire to strike back at the upstarts from the working class west who won't accept their rightful place at the bottom of the dung heap.
 

Pugz89

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Ugle-Hagan has been confirmed by the Warrnambool Standard as an Oakleigh Charger for this year.
Little birdie told me Ugle-Hagan may well play school footy and if that's the case, could line up for the Chargers, rather than the Rebels. Think there's a bit more to it but interesting nonetheless.
Old news 😉
 

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2020 Prospect Nick Stevens will play for Geelong College instead of Rebels this season
Nick is attending Geelong College this year, so we won’t have access to him too much due to school football commitments. He played some good football last year for the Vic Country under-16 team. He’s a good size and shape and he has a great work ethic and good skills, but he’s a work in progress.”
 

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POTENTIAL DRAFT SURPRISE PACKET
Saad El-Hawli
(Altona Juniors): “Saad is a member of the Western Bulldogs’ Next Generation Academy who has come into the squad this year. He’ll play off half forward and he knows where the goals are. He has elite football smarts and really good agility and speed.”
 
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