We may of tried but he potentially opted for GWS to avoid the Melbourne/big club microscope given a lot of his issues are above the shoulders
Saw a tweet or article going around saying that they may go into deficit points wisewill the pies have enough points to get daicos ?
would trade 3 first rounders for him.. he is a jet and to get a Daicos from the pies would be amazing hahaSaw a tweet or article going around saying that they may go into deficit points wise
If that’s the case it’s just another reason why the system is a farce if you don’t have the points in your hand you shouldn’t be able to match the bid imo
Found the article
Hmm that form didn’t surprise tbh , looks fit , good on him . Sounded like we did express serious interest he prob baulked at our contract offer relative to gws who had plenty of space cleared with jezza leaving
I’ll ask the bloke from my workDo we still Like Tim Tarantino? Seems to go to another level every year. Could we shake him loose with a year to play out on his contract?
I'm pretty sure he trained with us pre-draft, not that it matters.Say it again we should be into King from the Suns nice and early.
When’s he out of contract ?I'm pretty sure he trained with us pre-draft, not that it matters.
I am pretty confident that he will want to come home, and get out of Gold Coast. The problem is how do we intice him to come to us when there may be opportunities for him to play with his brother, or take a significantly larger wage. Chances of us poaching another star key forward from them is pretty low, but I do agree that it would be silly for us not to be speaking to him.
Keep picks and get Bont.Too many people in here over the years have kept getting excited by B grade trash from other clubs and breaking the bank for them. Imagine getting Zach Williams and being stuck with that sh*t truck when RCD is just about ready to dominate. Draft everyone and only go for proven A graders via FA in the Lynch mould.
Isn't it more likeDraft pick order as at the end of Round 7:-
Richmond:- 13, 14, 23, 31, 45, 49.
Collingwood:- 38, 56, 74, 92, 110, 128.