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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    I'm also happy to hear the last bit "Bontempelli is set to turn his back on free agency and re-commit to the Dogs with a lucrative new deal expected to be announced soon."
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    Just so entertaining to watch. One of the most enjoyable seasons so far and wish I could get to games. Very homesick.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Hotdog60 View Post
    I offer two with a trigger for a third if he wants it.
    I think that is about right.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    I'd give him 3.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Can’t say I’m anywhere near ready or prepared to stop the absolute pleasure of watching Libba go around for us. As an unabashed Libba tragic, two years would be the minimum I would be prepared to accept, with 3 on the table subject to how much I can still get to watch his mastery with the ball.

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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    So we all love Libba. He is the heart and soul of our club. Great form, but the question is his long can his body hold up. It’s not like he is an outside jet. He gets bashed every week.

    I have would like to see a new contract fir two years. But the kicker would be a one & one year at the new of it. So the two could by three then the three could be four.

    It needs to have KPI’s worked into it (on and off the field) if his legs hold up we all win. If West can out him that’s also a win.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc26 View Post
    Can’t say I’m anywhere near ready or prepared to stop the absolute pleasure of watching Libba go around for us. As an unabashed Libba tragic, two years would be the minimum I would be prepared to accept, with 3 on the table subject to how much I can still get to watch his mastery with the ball.
    Yeah, I feel the same. The longer a Liberatore wears the red, white and blue the better.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by ratsmac View Post
    If Wood can get 2 years Libba deserves at least that at a minimum. I'd give him 3
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    if we gave Wood 2 Libba should get 3, most important midfielder by far.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper Bulldogs View Post
    So we all love Libba. He is the heart and soul of our club. Great form, but the question is his long can his body hold up. It’s not like he is an outside jet. He gets bashed every week.

    I have would like to see a new contract fir two years. But the kicker would be a one & one year at the new of it. So the two could by three then the three could be four.

    It needs to have KPI’s worked into it (on and off the field) if his legs hold up we all win. If West can out him that’s also a win.
    I think off field KPIs are unnecessary and would be an insult. Liberatore has a young family, hasn’t been a whiff of off field issues for how many years?
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Sorry. I should actually clarify this. I was referring to Libba developing of others off field like a mentor. I recon he could accelerate the growth of all the young pups. I would work that somehow into his contract as even not playing he still could add value with his knowledge and determination
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Let's not forget, plenty thought his old man was cooked as a 30 year old and he kept chugging along for a further 6 years.

    Imagine if Tom was still getting around as a 35 year old with his Homer Simpson tatt, god bless him.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Hotdog60 View Post
    I offer two with a trigger for a third if he wants it.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    I would be happy to give Libba 3 or 2 with a trigger.

    Fitness wise he seems in a good spot.
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    2 years, best form of his career but history of injuries and off field issues
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    Re: Liberatore and the western bulldogs remain apart on new deal

    Quote Originally Posted by boydogs View Post
    2 years, best form of his career but history of injuries and off field issues
    Off field issues - meh, when he was a young buck, he just turned 29 and I believe he is more mature. With two kids he has settled down.
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