Traded Pick swap: Sydney trade #31 to Carlton for #48 and a 2021 R3 (Carl)

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slashin_velvet

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Why wouldn’t they want to trade with us?
Bad blood from the Jack Martin deal falling through. Different when its a player nomination vs pick swaps.
 

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Bad blood from the Jack Martin deal falling through. Different when its a player nomination vs pick swaps.
We did a live trade with GC last year weeks after the trade period. Flanders > Kemp and Philp.
 

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Bad blood from the Jack Martin deal falling through. Different when its a player nomination vs pick swaps.
Don’t think so, the two teams traded on draft night just a few weeks later.

Reckon the “bad blood” is a fan beat up.
 

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Don’t think so, the two teams traded on draft night just a few weeks later.

Reckon the “bad blood” is a fan beat up.
You might be right. Just don't really understand why Gold Coast wouldn't come directly to us with that offer.
 

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That is possible. We would not want to go into deficit next year as we are likely going to have a good pick in next years draft.
If no bid coming for gulden and the player you want fall at pick 26/27 you get your player and gulden , if a bid come in early you use up your point and still can trade a future 2nd for a player you want in this year draft if he is available at 26/27.
Have both end cover .
 

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Don’t think so, the two teams traded on draft night just a few weeks later.

Reckon the “bad blood” is a fan beat up.
Yes, and the Jack Martin fiasco was under Silvagni, who's gone.

GCS were trading a pick they won't use anyway, and I'd hazard a guess they went to Sydney and asked for their F3, then settled on the Carlton F3 after a bit of haggling.
 

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Yes, and the Jack Martin fiasco was under Silvagni, who's gone.

GCS were trading a pick they won't use anyway, and I'd hazard a guess they went to Sydney and asked for their F3, then settled on the Carlton F3 after a bit of haggling.
Yup , correct , also there might be some negotiation In the background if Sydney plan to pick 4 players in this year draft . No point trading future pick for pick 27 now when nobody knew where the bid come for gulden ..
Pick 27 become very handy for club like Sydney , Hawthorn , Fremantle if no bid for their academy come around pick 27 and non academy players they want still Around at pick 27.
 

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I know GC won't use the pick this year but surely they could have got more for Pick 37. Carlton's future 3rd will be about pick 50 and a lot of clubs need points this year. They still. seem to be so charitable with draft picks - probably because they get given them so easily by the AFL.
 

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I know GC won't use the pick this year but surely they could have got more for Pick 37. Carlton's future 3rd will be about pick 50 and a lot of clubs need points this year. They still. seem to be so charitable with draft picks - probably because they get given them so easily by the AFL.
I think it's more likely to be mid 40s.

Maybe it's just showing the difference in value between 2020 and 2021 picks.

You'd hope that GC would have asked all clubs if they could offer better than a carlton future third for 37. Meaning (if they did), all clubs said no.
 

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I know GC won't use the pick this year but surely they could have got more for Pick 37. Carlton's future 3rd will be about pick 50 and a lot of clubs need points this year. They still. seem to be so charitable with draft picks - probably because they get given them so easily by the AFL.
I heard they going to use it on u19 academy players next year. Next year GCS no longer can pre list academy players .So next year pick 50 and two fourth round pick point is purely drafting local .
 

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It's an interesting move from Carlton to trade from 48 to 31 when it looks like a lot of the pick between those pick will get eaten up by bids.
Dogs - 33, 41, 42
Sydney - 34, 37, 43
Port - 35, 47
Freo - 32
Hawks - 45, 46

If all those picks get used on bids pick 48 could become pick 37.

Pick 37 and a future 3rd for pick 31. It'll look worse after academy selection as well.
Not quite because the the whole draft will be moved back 7 picks.

Pick 31 will end up being 38 while 48 will be 44.

So you're right. They'll be much closer when the draft comes around but still not the same.
 

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I know GC won't use the pick this year but surely they could have got more for Pick 37. Carlton's future 3rd will be about pick 50 and a lot of clubs need points this year. They still. seem to be so charitable with draft picks - probably because they get given them so easily by the AFL.
Yes, Grand Final for the Blues next year :thumbsupv1:
 

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Yes, Grand Final for the Blues next year :thumbsupv1:
Ha ha...not what I meant.

Most rounds are 20+ picks these days - of course there is the standard 18 for each round but free agency compo adds picks to the first three rounds every year - usually in the vicinity of 5-10 additional selections. Academies usually cost more picks than they absorb in the early rounds too as most clubs are smart enough to trade with other clubs and use mostly late picks for points. Even conservatively (predicting only a couple of free agents and NGA's league wide) will see Gold Coast end up with pick 50 if Carlton finish 10th (as an example).
 

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Ha ha...not what I meant.

Most rounds are 20+ picks these days - of course there is the standard 18 for each round but free agency compo adds picks to the first three rounds every year - usually in the vicinity of 5-10 additional selections. Academies usually cost more picks than they absorb in the early rounds too as most clubs are smart enough to trade with other clubs and use mostly late picks for points. Even conservatively (predicting only a couple of free agents and NGA's league wide) will see Gold Coast end up with pick 50 if Carlton finish 10th (as an example).
You have to remember that often these FA's/NGA's actually move up later picks as they eat multiple 2nd/3rd round picks
So Carltons 3rd rounder is likely to be either largely unaffected, or move up rather than drift back.
 

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You have to remember that often these FA's/NGA's actually move up later picks as they eat multiple 2nd/3rd round picks
So Carltons 3rd rounder is likely to be either largely unaffected, or move up rather than drift back.
Yeah, thanks. I did actually mention that. My memory is that often it's the 3rd and 4th round picks that get eaten up en masse but usually the 1st 2 rounds that are in tact and usually pushed back by NGA's. Clubs are smart enough not to 'waste' first and second rounders on NGA bidding and trade out of these positions with other clubs for more points from later picks. I think this draft is the exception really as there are so many NGA's at the very pointy end so second rounders will have to be used on NGA's as the points required are so high. Ergo, an early 3rd round pick is typically pushed back further than it comes in (it's more the late 3rd rounders and 4th rounders that usually end up coming in again).

Even this year, Hawthorn's 3rd round pick has been pushed from 40 to 45 already. Interesting to see where it ends up.
 

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That is possible. We would not want to go into deficit next year as we are likely going to have a good pick in next years draft.
Swans have shown they're super reluctant to do into deficit and will avoid it like the plague if they can.
 

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