List Mgmt. Playing List Contract Status

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robbieando

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SYDNEY SWANS CONTRACT STATUS (Updated 28-NOV-2021)

The minimum list size for each club will be 37, which can be made up of as little as 36 senior listed players and one rookie.

To reach 44, clubs can carry 36-38 senior listed players, four-to-six Category A rookies, and two Category B rookies.


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Contract Expires - 2022:
James Bell
Ryan Clarke
Harry Cunningham
Oliver Florent
Robbie Fox (Cat A Rookie 2nd Year)
Lance Franklin
William Gould
Errol Gulden
Issac Heeney
Josh Kennedy
Jake Lloyd
Lachlan McAndrew (Cat A Rookie 2nd Year)
Logan McDonald
Justin McInerney
Sam Naismith
Barry O'Connor (Cat B Rookie - International)
Colin O'Riordan
Dane Rampe
Sam Reid
Ben Ronke
Callum Sinclair
Lewis Taylor (Cat A Rookie 1st Year)

Contract Expires - 2023:
Joel Amartey
Tom Hickey
Tom McCartin
Hayden McLean (Cat A Rookie 4th Year)
Lewis Melican
Callum Mills
Tom Papley
Matthew Roberts
Lachlan Rankin
Marc Sheather (Cat B Rookie 2nd Year)
Angus Sheldrick
Dylan Stephens
Chad Warner
Corey Warner
Sam Wicks (Cat A Rookie 2nd Year)
John Longmire (Senior Coach)

Contract Expires - 2024:
Nick Blakey
Will Hayward
James Rowbottom

Contract Expires - 2025:
Braeden Campbell
Peter Ladhams
Luke Parker

Credit to rustycrate for the spreadsheet
 
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Bloods86

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Bit sad we've net lost 2 SA lads (Dawson, Hewett, Brand and added Roberts). One thing I've always liked is we generally have good representation from here.

Also not to nitpick your brilliant work, but Stephens is Victorian, family still there, considers himself a Vic (in interviews), just finished off school in SA (and played SANFL).
 

rustycrate

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Bit sad we've net lost 2 SA lads (Dawson, Hewett, Brand and added Roberts). One thing I've always liked is we generally have good representation from here.

Also not to nitpick your brilliant work, but Stephens is Victorian, family still there, considers himself a Vic (in interviews), just finished off school in SA (and played SANFL).
Thanks for the feedback 86

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rustycrate

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From memory, it was based on where they played their junior football with some exceptions in place in case they moved around.
OK the.

You have the latest version of the spreadsheet in the post above.

Unless you don't.

I'm open to whatever changes you want.
 

SGBeach

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Heres our current list according to the AFL.
What does it all mean?
Can we get Paddy - Rookie, Senior list ???
Can we get anyone else, how many spots are available?

Am I correct in thinking theres one spot available on the senior list only if Naismith is on the long term injury list? There are no Rookie spots available?
 

robbieando

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Heres our current list according to the AFL.
What does it all mean?
Can we get Paddy - Rookie, Senior list ???
Can we get anyone else, how many spots are available?

Am I correct in thinking theres one spot available on the senior list only if Naismith is on the long term injury list? There are no Rookie spots available?

We have one Cat A rookie list spot open which will likely be filled during the Supplementary Selection Period, which is how Paddy McCartin is likely to be added to the list for next season. We cannot add anyone else to our senior list from this point.

Putting Naismith on the Long Term Injury list gives us the flexibility to either promote a Cat B rookie to the senior list so they can play Senior Football, sign another player via the SSP or keep a position open for the mid season draft.
 

SGBeach

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We have one Cat A rookie list spot open which will likely be filled during the Supplementary Selection Period, which is how Paddy McCartin is likely to be added to the list for next season. We cannot add anyone else to our senior list from this point.

Putting Naismith on the Long Term Injury list gives us the flexibility to either promote a Cat B rookie to the senior list so they can play Senior Football, sign another player via the SSP or keep a position open for the mid season draft.
thanks..
Not sure how thourouly you've looked at different teams lists, but i very quickly added up a few of them and the Swans have the biggest list. Does this mean that other clubs have more spots open than the Swans? Im guessing it does
Just interested in how different clubs manage list numbers compared to the Swans
 

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thanks..
Not sure how thourouly you've looked at different teams lists, but i very quickly added up a few of them and the Swans have the biggest list. Does this mean that other clubs have more spots open than the Swans? Im guessing it does
Just interested in how different clubs manage list numbers compared to the Swans
I was surprised we took a 4th pick in the National Draft. Not who, just that we did. I thought we had upgraded Sheather to A and would take Anderson. So much for that! Really would like the club to communicate better about this stuff.
 

Kirkswan

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I was surprised we took a 4th pick in the National Draft. Not who, just that we did. I thought we had upgraded Sheather to A and would take Anderson. So much for that! Really would like the club to communicate better about this stuff.
I think this part of the communication is done by the AFL. They do all the updating about players...

I rang them a couple of season ago to ask them to provide more information and advise them that a players info was either incorrect or out of date, and they told all that stuff is controlled by the AFL... but they would pass along my request :(
 

rustycrate

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thanks..
Not sure how thourouly you've looked at different teams lists, but i very quickly added up a few of them and the Swans have the biggest list. Does this mean that other clubs have more spots open than the Swans? Im guessing it does
Just interested in how different clubs manage list numbers compared to the Swans
Over the last 5 or so years that I've checked we always roll with one less player.
I think that just gives us the flexibility to either promote a CAT B rookie or take players in the SSP or preseason drafts.
This year knowing Naismith is no chance of playing a game we are still technically one player down.
So we still have that flexibility.
 

rustycrate

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Hey Robbieando, maybe I should put a minus 1 in the totals for the LTI list so that it shows we have one more spot on the list.
 

rustycrate

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If we bring Billy King onto our list we will have NSW players in all four areas (DEF, MID, RUCK, FWD) of the game for the first time ?

Billy King A physically imposing but also athletic ruck and forward option, King wins most ruck contests he attends; able to out-body opponents well, but just as capable of leaping over them even when giving up a little bit of height. What makes King so dangerous is his strong marking when resting forward and good leading patterns, making him a danger when he gets on the move inside 50.
 

robbieando

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If we bring Billy King onto our list we will have NSW players in all four areas (DEF, MID, RUCK, FWD) of the game for the first time ?

It wouldn’t be.

1996 season we had Brad Seymour in defence, Paul Kelly in midfield, Greg Stafford in Ruck and take your pick between Jason Mooney or Troy Luff up forward for matches. 2016 season we had Mills and Rampe in Defence, McVeigh, Heeney and Jack in Midfield, Naismith in Ruck and McGlynn up forward. Naismith also managed to play a couple of games in 2020 with Rampe, Cunningham and Mills in Defence, Heeney in Midfield and Blakey up forward before he was injuried.
 

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It wouldn’t be.

1996 season we had Brad Seymour in defence, Paul Kelly in midfield, Greg Stafford in Ruck and take your pick between Jason Mooney or Troy Luff up forward for matches. 2016 season we had Mills and Rampe in Defence, McVeigh, Heeney and Jack in Midfield, Naismith in Ruck and McGlynn up forward. Naismith also managed to play a couple of games in 2020 with Rampe, Cunningham and Mills in Defence, Heeney in Midfield and Blakey up forward before he was injuried.
I forgot Benny Mac was NSWelshman.
 

Dubai Quacker

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Gleaned from a very reliable source over Christmas lunch:

* Logan absolutely loves it in Sydney & hopes to sign a big contract extension this season. Isn’t interested in going home.

* Chad & Corey’s younger brother (3rd of 4 kids) named Ashton is rated as the best of the entire Warner family down at Aquinas and has already drawn the Swans’ recruiter’s interest.
 

Jewelsbon

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Gleaned from a very reliable source over Christmas lunch:

* Logan absolutely loves it in Sydney & hopes to sign a big contract extension this season. Isn’t interested in going home.

* Chad & Corey’s younger brother (3rd of 4 kids) named Ashton is rated as the best of the entire Warner family down at Aquinas and has already drawn the Swans’ recruiter’s interest.

🙏Please be true, please be true, please be true🙏
 

rustycrate

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Robbieando is there a restriction on the number of years a player can remain on the CAT A list?
 

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