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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by JanLorMill View Post
    Just about every premiership team lately has recruited a big name that has helped them win. Cameron Lynch Boyd, Danger, Lake, Frawley, etc. If Brisbane win you can Dunkley Neale Daniher.
    Brisbane have arguably been the best in the business at it - Dunkley, Neale, Cameron and Joe Daniher.

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by JanLorMill View Post
    Just about every premiership team lately has recruited a big name that has helped them win. Cameron Lynch Boyd, Danger, Lake, Frawley, etc. If Brisbane win you can Dunkley Neale Daniher.
    What if Collingwood win?

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Grantysghost View Post
    What if Collingwood win?
    Lipinkski?
    "I'll give him a hug before the first bounce and then I'll run into my pack and give them orders to rip him apart."

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    What is your solution or strategy for go forward?
    Best way to start, is stop being pushovers in trades.
    We want Coffield then don’t pay more than a second rounder otherwise walk. No talk of ‘commitment to the player’, no.1 is our club.
    Dunkley is past but if Smith, English or Naughton want to go, none of this ‘can’t hold him against his will’ or hope he goes to club with capital. They are leave us, get fair reward.

    Attracting good players has more to do with what we have at club. I suspect others see us as nothing has changed for the better since the premiership.

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Grantysghost View Post
    What if Collingwood win?
    Collingwood are way better at the money ball stuff than us. Mitchell, Howe, Hill, whe, markov and lipinski
    Adams and Mcstay are out

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by JanLorMill View Post
    Best way to start, is stop being pushovers in trades.
    We want Coffield then don’t pay more than a second rounder otherwise walk. No talk of ‘commitment to the player’, no.1 is our club.
    Dunkley is past but if Smith, English or Naughton want to go, none of this ‘can’t hold him against his will’ or hope he goes to club with capital. They are leave us, get fair reward.

    Attracting good players has more to do with what we have at club. I suspect others see us as nothing has changed for the better since the premiership.
    Personally, I think Power has done a great job since being in the role. Did the best we could on Dunkley, even though slight unders - no choice other than PSD which would be stupid. Bringing in JUH and Darcy with the picks we had needed alot of negotiating, landing an A grader in Treloar and making Pies pay $300k per year for 5 years was a master stroke.

    Other than Dunkley, where else have we been screwed?
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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    Personally, I think Power has done a great job since being in the role. Did the best we could on Dunkley, even though slight unders - no choice other than PSD which would be stupid. Bringing in JUH and Darcy with the picks we had needed alot of negotiating, landing an A grader in Treloar and making Pies pay $300k per year for 5 years was a master stroke.

    Other than Dunkley, where else have we been screwed?
    Lobb, Stringer, Boyd/Griffen, Lake to name a few recent.
    In my life. Dempsey, Quinlan, Brown.

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by SquirrelGrip View Post
    Lipinkski?
    Ha - hey! I love lippa

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by JanLorMill View Post
    Collingwood are way better at the money ball stuff than us. Mitchell, Howe, Hill, whe, markov and lipinski
    Adams and Mcstay are out
    I guess it really demonstrates the two different philosophies. Brisbane's list build has been pretty good no doubt, it's taken some years and it's bearing fruit now.

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    I think Dempsey and Quinlan was more of a case to pay the bills back then we were one foot out the door of the competition.
    Brown followed wallet who would have been in his ear.
    Stringer from reports was poison and needed to go and what has he done at the Bombers but Bevo should have been muzzled on this one.
    Boyd/Griffen got us a flag and I think Griffen was mentally shot.
    Lake didn't want to play forward which was on the cards if he stayed and was looking for greener pastures.
    Lobb the jury is out and should be assessed when he retires.
    This is just my take and maybe totally off the ball also players having the option to nominate just about puts a noose around the list managers neck.
    Don't piss off old people
    The older we get the less "LIFE IN PRISON" is a deterrent...

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by Hotdog60 View Post
    I think Dempsey and Quinlan was more of a case to pay the bills back then we were one foot out the door of the competition.
    Brown followed wallet who would have been in his ear.
    Stringer from reports was poison and needed to go and what has he done at the Bombers but Bevo should have been muzzled on this one.
    Boyd/Griffen got us a flag and I think Griffen was mentally shot.
    Lake didn't want to play forward which was on the cards if he stayed and was looking for greener pastures.
    Lobb the jury is out and should be assessed when he retires.
    This is just my take and maybe totally off the ball also players having the option to nominate just about puts a noose around the list managers neck.
    Couldn't agree more
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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    From Sam Edmund


    Buku Khamis (Western Bulldogs)

    Is he going to North Melbourne?

    “Buku Khamis, I think that’s turned.

    “He might have been won back over by the Dogs to stay.”
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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    From Sam Edmund


    Buku Khamis (Western Bulldogs)

    Is he going to North Melbourne?

    “Buku Khamis, I think that’s turned.

    “He might have been won back over by the Dogs to stay.”
    I mean... cool, but also... why?

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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Khamis wants to stay?

    Ridiculous. Just leave kid, don’t be the next Brad Lynch to hand around and die on the vine in our VFL. You won’t be playing seniors. Period. Get out and have a go.
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    Re: Early Trade Rumours 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMahatma View Post
    I mean... cool, but also... why?
    I hope we have a plan for Khamis because 10 games in the last 3 years and just one this season indicates he has an undefined senior role with us.
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