before last week it would have been Ziebs > Boak.Trying to work out the more worthwhile upgrade...
BSmith > Houli
Ziebell > Boak
I still can't figure out why people ignored his previous 9 non-premo seasons playing the exact same role. It's not like he hasn't had "hot streaks" before.For those thinking of bringing in Cunnington, I will just leave his last few scores here for you;
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Average of 81.17 in his last 6. Admittedly he scored 146 the game before these, but that was preceded by another 59! Thanks you campaigner!! Goes to water as soon as someone pays him any attention. Worst trade in of the year.....
bang on with Fyfe!...get him in!OK, this shambles has made it this far with 3 trades in the pocket and into a pair of prelims.
There's bugger all playing cheap rookies to free up cash, so I guess I'd look at going to a DPP bottom price option just for flexibility. I was hoping to use Clarke and Chol to buy an extra premo midfielder and get Heeney or Gray onto the M/F bench as loopholes and strong cover, but seem short on bucks for that. Answerth's value would be nice to cash in, but I've needed his bench cover several times recently.
Sweating on fitness and availability of Dusty and Sloane. Only $14,500 cash, so likely a 1 up, 1 down type move. Thinking if Sloane is out, Fyfe is the key one I'm missing.
Advice and ideas needed.
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Exactly mate. He's one of those players who flirts with premo status for a month or two then reverts to mediocrity.
Boak tagged last week....chance of Houli being tagged this weekbefore last week it would have been Ziebs > Boak.
but Boak's effort on the weekend was pretty average to say the least.
I'd go Smith > Houli.
Houli has been solid AF the last 5 rounds...scoring well in any weather too!
Peeples are always chasing the HOT NEW thing, plenty of examples, Cameron, Lynch, Scooter, Darling for instance are perfect examples.
Yep, I'm hearing you loud and clear Mr Birch. I have had a pretty good year in terms of not making these types of mistakes, at least compared to previous years. I will put this one down as my big blunder for 2019, and learn from my mistake in 2020!!