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    Re: Dogs have Faith in Schache

    Very good on the weekend and showed quite a bit in Round 1. Set to breakout this year.
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    Re: Dogs have Faith in Schache

    Quote Originally Posted by Mofra View Post
    He is clearly playing with an aggression he didn't have last year. He's 200cm, 21 years old and can kick straight.

    Grabbing a pick 2 with two years in the system for a 2nd and 3rd rounder may well be considered one of the great heists of modern trading as his career progresses.
    Post of the day! I love a good trade deal.
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    Re: Dogs have Faith in Schache

    Quote Originally Posted by Mofra View Post
    He is clearly playing with an aggression he didn't have last year. He's 200cm, 21 years old and can kick straight.

    Grabbing a pick 2 with two years in the system for a 2nd and 3rd rounder may well be considered one of the great heists of modern trading as his career progresses.
    A bit like John Longmire for 60, 000 grand " and we will throw the Carey kid in for an extra 10 grand" from Sydney to North in 1987 hopefully. Greg Miller couldn't get the forms signed quickly enough.


    It'd be nice to get a trade that we didn't lose before I die.
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    Re: Dogs have Faith in Schache

    Quote Originally Posted by Twodogs View Post
    A bit like John Longmire for 60, 000 grand " and we will throw the Carey kid in for an extra 10 grand" from Sydney to North in 1987 hopefully. Greg Miller couldn't get the forms signed quickly enough.


    It'd be nice to get a trade that we didn't lose before I die.
    Crozier is a win as far as I'm concenred. Sucking as a FA signing good, and to be honest anything we got for Hrovat can be considered a win.

    Don't forget signing Hamling as a DFA and Biggs for virtually nothing. Then there was a big bloke who cost the earth but had a pretty good game at the end of 2016, if he never plays again I still consider it a win.
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    Re: Dogs have Faith in Schache

    Quote Originally Posted by Mofra View Post
    Crozier is a win as far as I'm concenred. Sucking as a FA signing good, and to be honest anything we got for Hrovat can be considered a win.

    Don't forget signing Hamling as a DFA and Biggs for virtually nothing. Then there was a big bloke who cost the earth but had a pretty good game at the end of 2016, if he never plays again I still consider it a win.
    Jose Romero, Simon Garlick and Nathan Eagleton have all been trades that ended in our favour too. From back in the day Peter Foster was close to being our 'Carey moment' he was thrown into a trade as steak knives in addition to Chris Hansen who was the main target. Bluey Hampshire and Terry Wallace both had a massive influence on the club on and off field.
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