- Aug 22, 2006
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Woodville, GCFC, Roopena
I reckon KPP/Ruck players should retain their eligibility for the following year as well as what Prospectus says. Eg. Anyone who was eligible (not including permanent or temporary hardship players) should automatically retain their status next season, along with all changes introduced by Prospectus next year.Planning on implementing a few new rules for next season. Happy for coaches to comment if they wish.
Automatic Dual KPP Status
A player that has permanent KPP status will automatically be granted dual KPP status if/when they have multiple eligible dual position classifications awarded to them in AFL Fantasy. This includes dual status being granted during the season. (e.g. if a KPP listed player has defender/forward status in AFL Fantasy then that player will have dual KPF/KPD status in AFLTM.)
Removal of Priority Picks
Previously a team that earns less than 20 points during the season gets a start of second round priority pick. This rule would be removed for next off-season (not this one) meaning no priority picks are granted for any team.
That way when we know what we're getting for at least one season when we're trading or bidding for players. Any players who might potentially change would still be speculation until Prospectus is released, including anyone who was granted hardship eligibility.
Actually, regarding hardship kpp and rucks: I don't think w should allow hardship players. I reckon we go wit hny rights players at full price but you can just name any player in those positions if yo're short and they score half points (rounded down). Maybe even 1/3 points if they're under 190cm according to a designated source.
That way nobody needs to make a call on eligibility.