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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Premierships: SENIORS - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, 2014, 2016 . AFL 1954, 2016. RESERVES - 1938, 1945, 1962, 1988, 1994, 1998. UNDER 19S - 1954. Other Premierships - Championship of Victoria 1924. VFL Night Series 1963-64, 1967, 1970. Preseason Cup, 2010.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    "Dog for life". "Deal soon".

    You beauty!! That Tom Boyd contract is killing us... Tools!!
    He'll wrap you in his arms, Tell you that you've been a good boy.
    He'll rekindle all the dreams, It took you a lifetime to destroy.
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    He's a god, he's a man, He's a ghost, he's a guru.
    They're whispering his name. Through this disappearing land. But hidden in his coat Is a red right hand.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    That BLOODY Tom Boyd contract will be the death of this club mark my words.
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    He has genuine love for the club and his team mates. It will be great to have him on a long deal.

    He's a very exciting player to watch and hopefully there is still a bit of improvement in him
    Great. I need one more thing. Soda. Yeah, I don't want my guys paying for soda. I want you to stock my machine for three years. I'm serious.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    He has genuine love for the club and his team mates. It will be great to have him on a long deal.

    He's a very exciting player to watch and hopefully there is still a bit of improvement in him
    Re-watching the prelim and granny he was super impressive in both, and off what can't have been ideal preparation missing such a block of time

    I believe there is still upside in JJ

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Saying all the right things but need that line inked.
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    West Coke confirm they are a suitor
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    West Coke confirm they are a suitor
    They are a concern.
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Quote Originally Posted by 1eyedog View Post
    They are a concern.
    From Fox Footy

    WEST Coast has been confirmed as a suitor for Norm Smith medallist Jason Johanissen.

    Club sources and Johannisen’s management have confirmed that the Eagles have registered their interest in the speedy running defender, who is likely to delay a decision until the end of the season.


    Johannisen fits West Coast’s profile on two fronts. One, he is a West Australian, and second, the Eagles recognise they could sorely do with more outside run from either behind the ball or in the midfield — where the Giants successfully exploited them on Sunday.


    Johannisen’s manager Tim Galic confirmed to Foxfooty.com.au that the Eagles were an interested party. “West Coast has registered an interest in the player,” Galic said.

    The Bulldogs are understood to have made Johannisen an offer in the $500,000 plus per season range and there is no suggestion he is seeking a return home to Perth. Victorian clubs, not just the sides from Johannisen’s home state, are also interested in him.

    Galic confirmed that the Bulldogs have been a regular dialogue with him and that it was “likely” a decision would be made at the end of the season as Johannisen concentrates on his on-field performance.

    The Bulldogs value Johannisen highly but they are also committed to their player payments regime which sees an even spread in their top 15 players, with the obvious exception of ruck/forward Tom Boyd.

    Players of Johannisen’s type have increased currency in the 2017 marketplace as clubs place a premium on linebreaking players who can take the game on.


    Johannisen’s stocks rose throughout the 2016 season, polling 10 Brownlow votes and seeing him win the Norm Smith medal as best on ground in the Bulldogs' Grand Final victory.


    Originally born in South Africa, Johannisen moved to Perth when he was eight years old. The 24-year-old has played 74 career matches since being selected with Pick 39 in the 2011 Rookie Draft. Link
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    His manager saying a decision is likely to be made at the end of the season worries me and contradicts recent reports that talks are back on. I'm concerned. I know many will say no-one is irreplaceable but JJ is one of a handful on our list that is intrinsic to our success. Whilst we move the ball wellwe have little pace in our side. JJ is critical to us breaking defensive lines.
    I thought I was wrong once but I was mistaken.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    Quote Originally Posted by always right View Post
    His manager saying a decision is likely to be made at the end of the season worries me and contradicts recent reports that talks are back on. I'm concerned. I know many will say no-one is irreplaceable but JJ is one of a handful on our list that is intrinsic to our success. Whilst we move the ball wellwe have little pace in our side. JJ is critical to us breaking defensive lines.
    Totally agree. I remember when we lost Harbrow who played the same role for us. We eventually found a replacement for him though.... JJ
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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    500,000 plus sounds more fair than what we were 'supposedly' offering him initially. IIRC it was 400,000 a year.

    Is JJ worth much more than 550K a season? After accounting for the inflation in the salary cap he probably is but holding that stable it's hard to say.

    I'd be more confident about sinking more cash into him if he wasn't missing so many shots at goal.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    His manager sounds a long way out of his depth.
    He'll wrap you in his arms, Tell you that you've been a good boy.
    He'll rekindle all the dreams, It took you a lifetime to destroy.
    He'll reach deep into the hole, Heal your shrinking soul. But there won't be a single thing that you can do.
    He's a god, he's a man, He's a ghost, he's a guru.
    They're whispering his name. Through this disappearing land. But hidden in his coat Is a red right hand.

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    yeah his manager sounds like he thinks he is very important

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    Re: Jason Johannisen set to double his value in next deal with Western Bulldogs

    I'm confident the club won't overpay on JJ , and for me he's a between 500 to 600 grand player .
    If he gets 800 then good luck

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