I think Ridley might be untouchable, will be over $600k very soon. Houston will still be very gettable in a few weeks, and I want him in and around my team.I didn't even pick Butters anyway. Only Port player I picked was Houston, currently averaging 111. If you listened to me on that, you're welcome.
Well I did the Neale to Dunkley trade, that's a win. Got some decent cash back, and probably this years #1 forward at the expense of a trade.Neale > Dunkley
N.Cox > Butters
I'm about 100 behind a decent score this week. That should fix it.
I liked Hardwicks role, very good for SC /DT.So missed out on a number of trades holding off in case Clarke or Kozi got dropped.
They both stay in and looks like I am going to lose a number of matches between 10 and 50 points. Given only one match to go the options are limited.
Can trade clarke or Kozi to anyone left. Already have Stewart.
Am looking at Kozi to Hardwick. Dimma is taking all the kick ins now Day is out and is up 30 points on last years ave. Also playing much better than he did last year. Would be expecting him to hold down d6 for the majority of the year and should go up the same amount as Kosi over next few weeks, so wont be losing out in cash gen.
Am I grasping at straws trying to win a few matches at this stage of the year or is it actually a valid move?
As sideways as it gets and you lose valuable DPP and a valuable trade. A no vote from me.Thoughts on Jordan Clark to Jiath?
Feel like Jiath has better job security and cash generation potential. Note I have only used one trade so far (Danger to Dusty) so my side is looking pretty good.
Sounds like a decent plan. I traded Impey in this week alreadyConsidering a radical trade/s.
Would Phillips-Impy to free up the funds for a double upgrade of Hunter Clark-Ridley and Duggan to Laird be insanity?
Allows me to correct the mid price madness once and for all and move forward from the ugly skid marks stinking up my backline.
Clark and Duggan on the never again list.