Statue for SOS

Stan Judkins

Brownlow Medallist
Feb 14, 2018
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Richmond
Always a Richmond supporter lol.

So insecure.

You know Rawlings doesn't even work for us anymore, right?
Ha ha ha, have to agree you rolled blues when you offloaded that spud Judd though, lucky it was before the SOS dynasty!
Yeah I know Rawlings no longer there, gone to Norf, yes?
 

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bzparkes

Brownlow Medallist
May 2, 2006
10,646
6,476
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West Coast
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Ha ha ha, have to agree you rolled blues when you offloaded that spud Judd though, lucky it was before the SOS dynasty!
Yeah I know Rawlings no longer there, gone to Norf, yes?
Yes, football manager. Shame, he was an astute list manager. See how he goes next year with North recruiting as he wasn't involved this year.
 

chunkylover53

Premiership Player
Aug 13, 2008
4,900
9,733
From Where You'd Rather Be
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Carlton
The amount of players he brought in and turned over in 5 seasons is unprecented. Such a shotgun approach to recruiting. Some of them have to stick.
We’ve been through this in a different thread mate. Over the past 4 years SOS’ turnover has been marginally higher than a lot of other clubs - you’re making stuff up again. Do you want us to go through the average games player by delisted players again too?
 

Frank Grimes

Premiership Player
May 8, 2007
3,331
5,178
between two bowling alley
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Richmond
And Carlton have had the most enviable array of top end picks of any non-expansion club over the last decade and a half by a mile. Due almost entirely to their own incompetence.
Melbourne says 'hi'. At least Carlton actually hits some of their first round picks. Melbourne managed to turn screwing up their top end picks into an art form.
 

Rich01

Norm Smith Medallist
Oct 5, 2004
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We’ve been through this in a different thread mate. Over the past 4 years SOS’ turnover has been marginally higher than a lot of other clubs - you’re making stuff up again. Do you want us to go through the average games player by delisted players again too?
53 players picked up over four seasons. He’s turned over 27 of those time in such a short period. It’s not marginally higher than other clubs mate. In that same time Richmond drafted and recruited 27 players. Collingwood 34.
 
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Fadge

Premiership Player
Mar 4, 2007
4,905
3,612
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Collingwood
53 players picked up over four seasons. He’s turned over 27 of those time in such a short period. Unprecedented.
That is correct.

Significantly more players brought into the club, with considerably less percentage player retention.

The comparison was made with Collingwood in another thread (prompted by none other than chunkylover himself).

When the percentage player retention over the past four seasons ranges from between 50% (Carlton, the lowest by far) to approaching 70%, a 'small' difference of a little over 10% is significant.
 

A Banderas

Team Captain
Nov 2, 2019
496
2,633
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if I was a Blues fan (thank god I am not) and my club was in the middle of another rebuild with the following old dudes in our best 22, I would be seething

Simpson 35 , Betts 33, Murphy 32 , Kreuzer 30, Ed Curnow 30, Casboult 30 , Jones 29

With players as old as the above , you would expect to be in premiership contention but they are miles away from even making the 8.

Carlton are in no mans land, again.
 

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RobR

Premiership Player
Sep 16, 2014
3,458
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Word is Sydney were offering Carltons pick 9 in the Daniher trade. Anyway Papleys manager said that Sos could not have done anymore.
 

Beer n Skittles

Norm Smith Medallist
Jun 6, 2012
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if I was a Blues fan (thank god I am not) and my club was in the middle of another rebuild with the following old dudes in our best 22, I would be seething

Simpson 35 , Betts 33, Murphy 32 , Kreuzer 30, Ed Curnow 30, Casboult 30 , Jones 29

With players as old as the above , you would expect to be in premiership contention but they are miles away from even making the 8.

Carlton are in no mans land, again.
Is Liam Jones really 29? Time flies
 

Socrates2

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 11, 2015
8,628
9,359
AFL Club
Richmond


Jack Silvagni may have just poured fuel on the fire of his father’s impending high-profile exit from Carlton.

The 21-year-old liked tweets that claimed the Blues had treated list boss Stephen Silvagni with contempt.

One tweet the young Blue liked read: “Disgraceful what they have done to SOS. Single handed (sic) fixed our list and recruiting.”
 

Marcel Proust

Premiership Player
Sep 6, 2018
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Richmond


Jack Silvagni may have just poured fuel on the fire of his father’s impending high-profile exit from Carlton.

The 21-year-old liked tweets that claimed the Blues had treated list boss Stephen Silvagni with contempt.

One tweet the young Blue liked read: “Disgraceful what they have done to SOS. Single handed (sic) fixed our list and recruiting.”
is this real?

edit: wow it is
 

Socrates2

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 11, 2015
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fact is indeed stranger than fiction
Yes, if this rubbish goes on much longer , the AFL will have to step in.
Carlton have every right to sack SOS but as a result, the board have been abused and now his son, a product of nepotism, has undermined Cain Liddell and the board.That's what happens when you grow up as the son of celebrities, you think you can break ethical rules and get whattever you want.
 

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