What’s that strategy called?Seem to be 'cornering the market' in small forwards.
Must be pretty confident that we have a hit a long term formula for success.
Don't know if it'll be disheartening. Hopefully it brings out his (and others) competitive streaks.Must be a bit disheartening for this kid knowing he'll be about 15th in line for his position.
My only thought is Riolis ankle is a lot worse then what the club is letting on and we've got extra cover for him!
The interesting thing is that it's not obvious that the other 17 sides are buying it (if you look at the trade/draft period pattern).
In economic terms its called "Cornering the market" In the late 1950s, United States onion farmers alleged that Chicago Mercantile Exchange traders, were attempting to corner the market on onions. Their complaints resulted in the passage of the Onion Futures Act, which banned trading in onion futures in the United States and remains in effect.