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  1. #16
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    Is McAsey even good? I was thinking the Crows weren’t playing him out of spite but his stats in the SANFL suggest otherwise.
    Is he getting bags kicked on him, or just not racking up stats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Adelaide Connection View Post
    Is he getting bags kicked on him, or just not racking up stats?
    He appears to be playing in defence, where he most recently had 8 touches in a game where the other team kicked 155 points. It doesn’t look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    He appears to be playing in defence, where he most recently had 8 touches in a game where the other team kicked 155 points. It doesn’t look great.
    Adelaide's SANFL side stinks and it seems like McAsey has checked out. Not a great combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    Adelaide's SANFL side stinks and it seems like McAsey has checked out. Not a great combo.
    Great combo for trading for him on the cheap.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    I wouldn't touch McAsey unless we got him for cheap (Re: nothing).
    Need another tall down back, and a natural crumber up forward, that's it. Would love to be able to lure Moore away from the Pies but we'd need to move out some cap space to do that, probably try to get JJ's dumb 700k a year contract off our books at that point.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by Vred View Post
    I wouldn't touch McAsey unless we got him for cheap (Re: nothing).
    Need another tall down back, and a natural crumber up forward, that's it. Would love to be able to lure Moore away from the Pies but we'd need to move out some cap space to do that, probably try to get JJ's dumb 700k a year contract off our books at that point.
    Geez imagine Moore in this team. I agree, a key back (someone ideally to take the BIG fwds) and a quick small fwd is pretty much all we need right now. Not sold on McAsey to be honest. Would he be Schache mark II? Has he got that psychical edge that Schache doesn’t?
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by Vred View Post
    I second this feeling, mostly because I listen to Darcy and Eddie on the hot breakfast every morning and those two seem to talk very highly of eachothers clubs, Eddie does have a very big soft-spot for us, something I've noticed when he talks about us.

    I know Ed Richards will probably end up at Collingwood, question is if it's next year or further on down the track.
    Is Ed Richards what Collingwood need?

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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Jamara to the forward line and move Naughton back.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by chef View Post
    Jamara to the forward line and move Naughton back.
    No thanks on Naughty
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    Naughton will apply 15 times the amount of pressure than Jamara at this stage anyway.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by FrediKanoute View Post
    Is Ed Richards what Collingwood need?
    I'd be moving JJ on first and playing Ed in his spot before I even considered getting rid of Ed.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Ed Richards if on the market has to go for a top twenty pick - minimum. He's a former pick sixteen, and isn't getting a game because he's injured. The guy has played 94% of the games he's been available for as a senior player at our club.

    Irrespective of output he's pretty much played every week he's been available in his first three years at the club. The coaching staff clearly rate what he does, and he plays where he's told to forward or back. When he's fit he'll be playing in front of McNeil, Scott and possibly JJ and one or two others.

    This is what pisses me off about this type of "analysis". The reason he isn't getting a game is because he's injured, but because he's not getting a game he's all of a sudden someone we should ship off somewhere else? It's crap.

    The mere thought of shipping him off for McAsey makes me ill.

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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Ed Richards if on the market has to go for a top twenty pick - minimum. He's a former pick sixteen, and isn't getting a game because he's injured. The guy has played 94% of the games he's been available for as a senior player at our club.

    Irrespective of output he's pretty much played every week he's been available in his first three years at the club. The coaching staff clearly rate what he does, and he plays where he's told to forward or back. When he's fit he'll be playing in front of McNeil, Scott and possibly JJ and one or two others.

    This is what pisses me off about this type of "analysis". The reason he isn't getting a game is because he's injured, but because he's not getting a game he's all of a sudden someone we should ship off somewhere else? It's crap.

    The mere thought of shipping him off for McAsey makes me ill.
    Excellent points raised Jeemak but the telling part for Richards in his decision making will be if he believes he is going to get a regular senior game with us given how we are playing and if he thinks we are playing him in his best position.

    I still like our chances of keeping him but he will have a lot to consider.
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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by Hotdog60 View Post
    Naughton will apply 15 times the amount of pressure than Jamara at this stage anyway.
    Yep. 100%. Jamarra is a massive talent, but until he's able to work harder for 4 Qtrs, he'd be a big liability in our forward line. At the start of the 4th qtr last night he looked gassed, and was playing behind his man.

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    Re: 2021 Trade Target/s

    Quote Originally Posted by FrediKanoute View Post
    Is Ed Richards what Collingwood need?
    Not with Quaynor there and Crisp being indestructable.
    I can see Hawthorn chasing Ed.
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