The Furn2 theory is not a theory at all. It is a factual table that shows over that still relevant 9 year period at least, that on average younger lists do not improve to the point of their average expectancy surpassing the older lists within 7 seasons. However....multiple premiers from the last 13 seasons, Geelong, Hawthorn, Richmond, all seem to have started with younger lists. So mostly having a younger list and hoping for improvement doesn’t work, but when it does, it seems that is the path to sustained success, would you agree with that statement?just my opinion. however;
hawks: ultra young team -> four flags -> now old list and rebuilding via recycled players
gws: very young team -> had a lot of success and consistent challenging (no premiership yet however) as the list matures
There is no sure thng the suns will improve however given how young they are and the talent in King, Lukosius, Rankine, Anderson, Rowell, Flanders, Sharp... if they hang around they are every chance.
its blindly obvious the Brisbane list is lots of talent too.
im both cases, football lists and super funds its a correct statement
the cats are the most successful club since the bombers 80-00 period, they are the exception imo largely living on the dynasty with cheap father son selections. However they have a quite mature list too these days.
The next few season will be very interesting for the Tigers, Hawks, Cats, WCE, Pies - we will see how the FurnTHeory stacks up