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Bully
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« Reply #720 on: June 14, 2019, 04:03:01 PM »

Still undecided whether to go with Gray covering at F7/M9 or Hoff at F7/R3

Hoff covers M9 too (swing a fwd prem to mids, then field Hoff - need a M11 DPP for this)

For that reason I am grabbing Hoff

My logic is this: This cover option is just for covering 1-2 week outs from a starting 22. For anyone injured 3+ I just sideways trade them to another prem. Gray should score better, but Hoff covers an additional line (ruck) and if someone like Grundy was to miss a week (he's had a few niggles this year) then having Hoff is a huge win. He's also 40k cheaper too which is also very handy at this stage of the year

Crazy as it might sound, it removes the temptation to loop too as opposed to Gray. No way you're looping Gray with any of your prem mids, and if Robbie Young is your F8 there won't be many opportunities to loop some weeks anyway, so having Hoff for just pure bench cover only, just to cover the 1-2 week injury is all I am focusing on

Round 15 can loop
Round 16 can loop
Round 17 can loop Heeney
Round 18 can loop
Round 19 cannot loop
Round 20 can loop
Round 21 can loop
Round 22 can loop Heeney
Round 23 can loop

Plenty of opportunities to utilise Relton Young, I'd also plan on bringing Kyron Hayden to open up the midfiled link so more opportunities present themsleves.

As for Hoff, if I need him I'll trade Gray & pocket the proceeds, very confident Gray edges his way to 500k (not as confident with Hoff).
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« Reply #721 on: June 15, 2019, 04:02:23 AM »

Still undecided whether to go with Gray covering at F7/M9 or Hoff at F7/R3

Hoff covers M9 too (swing a fwd prem to mids, then field Hoff - need a M11 DPP for this)

For that reason I am grabbing Hoff

My logic is this: This cover option is just for covering 1-2 week outs from a starting 22. For anyone injured 3+ I just sideways trade them to another prem. Gray should score better, but Hoff covers an additional line (ruck) and if someone like Grundy was to miss a week (he's had a few niggles this year) then having Hoff is a huge win. He's also 40k cheaper too which is also very handy at this stage of the year

Crazy as it might sound, it removes the temptation to loop too as opposed to Gray. No way you're looping Gray with any of your prem mids, and if Robbie Young is your F8 there won't be many opportunities to loop some weeks anyway, so having Hoff for just pure bench cover only, just to cover the 1-2 week injury is all I am focusing on

Round 15 can loop
Round 16 can loop
Round 17 can loop Heeney
Round 18 can loop
Round 19 cannot loop
Round 20 can loop
Round 21 can loop
Round 22 can loop Heeney
Round 23 can loop

Plenty of opportunities to utilise Relton Young, I'd also plan on bringing Kyron Hayden to open up the midfiled link so more opportunities present themsleves.

As for Hoff, if I need him I'll trade Gray & pocket the proceeds, very confident Gray edges his way to 500k (not as confident with Hoff).

Yeah I did my research earlier in the week on who the best 102k M/F rookie to bring in was and identified Hayden as being the guy so I will be bringing him in next week to open up DPP and have Hoff covering all 3 lines

I'll loop Hoff in the forwards each week where I can so I still get a free hit with him most weeks, but to me that's secondary - I just want someone decent to call upon should one of my starters miss a week or two

Cash generation from Gray means nothing to me. At this stage of the year my last few trades will be for injuries only, and if you need to trade Gray to Hoff to avoid a ruck donut (of course this will likely not be required but it is a possibility) then that's another trade you need to use, so I'm playing it safe and picking the guy who is cheaper and covers an extra line

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« Reply #722 on: June 15, 2019, 04:28:10 AM »

Still undecided whether to go with Gray covering at F7/M9 or Hoff at F7/R3

Hoff covers M9 too (swing a fwd prem to mids, then field Hoff - need a M11 DPP for this)

For that reason I am grabbing Hoff

My logic is this: This cover option is just for covering 1-2 week outs from a starting 22. For anyone injured 3+ I just sideways trade them to another prem. Gray should score better, but Hoff covers an additional line (ruck) and if someone like Grundy was to miss a week (he's had a few niggles this year) then having Hoff is a huge win. He's also 40k cheaper too which is also very handy at this stage of the year

Crazy as it might sound, it removes the temptation to loop too as opposed to Gray. No way you're looping Gray with any of your prem mids, and if Robbie Young is your F8 there won't be many opportunities to loop some weeks anyway, so having Hoff for just pure bench cover only, just to cover the 1-2 week injury is all I am focusing on

Round 15 can loop
Round 16 can loop
Round 17 can loop Heeney
Round 18 can loop
Round 19 cannot loop
Round 20 can loop
Round 21 can loop
Round 22 can loop Heeney
Round 23 can loop

Plenty of opportunities to utilise Relton Young, I'd also plan on bringing Kyron Hayden to open up the midfiled link so more opportunities present themsleves.

As for Hoff, if I need him I'll trade Gray & pocket the proceeds, very confident Gray edges his way to 500k (not as confident with Hoff).

Yeah I did my research earlier in the week on who the best 102k M/F rookie to bring in was and identified Hayden as being the guy so I will be bringing him in next week to open up DPP and have Hoff covering all 3 lines

I'll loop Hoff in the forwards each week where I can so I still get a free hit with him most weeks, but to me that's secondary - I just want someone decent to call upon should one of my starters miss a week or two

Cash generation from Gray means nothing to me. At this stage of the year my last few trades will be for injuries only, and if you need to trade Gray to Hoff to avoid a ruck donut (of course this will likely not be required but it is a possibility) then that's another trade you need to use, so I'm playing it safe and picking the guy who is cheaper and covers an extra line

I'm considering doing this myself next week, although a sub-500k Mundy in two weeks would be mighty tempting.... I take it that's with a complete team now? How many injury trades are you planning to leave as a buffer?
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« Reply #723 on: June 15, 2019, 04:36:15 AM »

I'm considering doing this myself next week, although a sub-500k Mundy in two weeks would be mighty tempting.... I take it that's with a complete team now? How many injury trades are you planning to leave as a buffer?

Walsh to Neale/Fyfe next week completes the team +I'll have Hoff as cover (getting him this week) with 4-5 trades left

Hopefully that puts me in a good position to finish the year strong

If I can get through the next month relatively unscathed I'll look at trying to bring in a D7 too just to have every line covered 
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« Reply #724 on: June 15, 2019, 04:45:07 AM »

I'm considering doing this myself next week, although a sub-500k Mundy in two weeks would be mighty tempting.... I take it that's with a complete team now? How many injury trades are you planning to leave as a buffer?

Walsh to Neale/Fyfe next week completes the team +I'll have Hoff as cover (getting him this week) with 4-5 trades left

Hopefully that puts me in a good position to finish the year strong

If I can get through the next month relatively unscathed I'll look at trying to bring in a D7 too just to have every line covered

Fair play. I've got a D6/7 in Hore/Smith, but looking at Naish I think he could hold down a bench cover spot the way he's going, and I've still got a shaky Rocky, Brouch and Conigs in the mids, so cover there and fwd is more important than defense atm...

It's funny, as the team is technically 'complete' but I just want to trade my way to perfection, which never happens... I'll probably only have 3 trades left once Hore hopefully becomes Whitfield when he returns
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« Reply #725 on: June 15, 2019, 11:20:41 AM »

Still undecided whether to go with Gray covering at F7/M9 or Hoff at F7/R3

Hoff covers M9 too (swing a fwd prem to mids, then field Hoff - need a M11 DPP for this)

For that reason I am grabbing Hoff

My logic is this: This cover option is just for covering 1-2 week outs from a starting 22. For anyone injured 3+ I just sideways trade them to another prem. Gray should score better, but Hoff covers an additional line (ruck) and if someone like Grundy was to miss a week (he's had a few niggles this year) then having Hoff is a huge win. He's also 40k cheaper too which is also very handy at this stage of the year

Crazy as it might sound, it removes the temptation to loop too as opposed to Gray. No way you're looping Gray with any of your prem mids, and if Robbie Young is your F8 there won't be many opportunities to loop some weeks anyway, so having Hoff for just pure bench cover only, just to cover the 1-2 week injury is all I am focusing on

Round 15 can loop
Round 16 can loop
Round 17 can loop Heeney
Round 18 can loop
Round 19 cannot loop
Round 20 can loop
Round 21 can loop
Round 22 can loop Heeney
Round 23 can loop

Plenty of opportunities to utilise Relton Young, I'd also plan on bringing Kyron Hayden to open up the midfiled link so more opportunities present themsleves.

As for Hoff, if I need him I'll trade Gray & pocket the proceeds, very confident Gray edges his way to 500k (not as confident with Hoff).

Yeah I did my research earlier in the week on who the best 102k M/F rookie to bring in was and identified Hayden as being the guy so I will be bringing him in next week to open up DPP and have Hoff covering all 3 lines

I'll loop Hoff in the forwards each week where I can so I still get a free hit with him most weeks, but to me that's secondary - I just want someone decent to call upon should one of my starters miss a week or two

Cash generation from Gray means nothing to me. At this stage of the year my last few trades will be for injuries only, and if you need to trade Gray to Hoff to avoid a ruck donut (of course this will likely not be required but it is a possibility) then that's another trade you need to use, so I'm playing it safe and picking the guy who is cheaper and covers an extra line

I'm considering doing this myself next week, although a sub-500k Mundy in two weeks would be mighty tempting.... I take it that's with a complete team now? How many injury trades are you planning to leave as a buffer?

Will have 4-5 injury trades, currently have 8 trades left but 1 is reserved for Mundy & another reserved for Libba to Bont/Sloane. Then there's 1 for Hayden, so that leaves potentially one more for a downgrade, need to sit down & work out how far my 150k can spread before committing to anything. I suppose the big concern from here is D6, do I roll with Brodie Smith?
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« Reply #726 on: June 15, 2019, 12:14:22 PM »

I am seriously considering keeping hore and upgrading smith for my def.   hopefully have enought to bring whitfield or hurn in as last upgrade.
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« Reply #727 on: June 15, 2019, 01:44:48 PM »

I am seriously considering keeping hore and upgrading smith for my def.   hopefully have enought to bring whitfield or hurn in as last upgrade.
Yep that's my plan too.

Other than the obvious reasons, I already have both crouches and wouldn't mind getting Sloane too next week. 3 crows is enough for my team.
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« Reply #728 on: June 15, 2019, 05:28:29 PM »

mundy has gone back to shower
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« Reply #729 on: June 16, 2019, 09:15:53 AM »

Dunkley the 1 forward i wish i had. Just cant fit him in my fwd line now
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« Reply #730 on: June 16, 2019, 09:30:01 AM »

Dunkley Kelly Danger Marshall Billings Cameron Heeney

Potentially could look to move a r14 guy to a mid next week.
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« Reply #731 on: June 16, 2019, 10:15:07 AM »

Dunkley Kelly Danger Marshall Billings Cameron Heeney

Potentially could look to move a r14 guy to a mid next week.

Libba to Dunkley is something I'm considering, will have to see if I have the $$ (which I'm not certain about).
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« Reply #732 on: June 16, 2019, 11:24:57 AM »

Boak, Kelly, Dunkley, Caleb, Marshall, Heeney with Danger in the mids

Nailed it  8)
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« Reply #733 on: June 16, 2019, 12:16:05 PM »

Boak, Kelly, Dunkley, Daniel, Danger, Heeny & Gray.
1 in the mids.
Time to play the waiting game  ???
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« Reply #734 on: June 16, 2019, 12:24:57 PM »

Boak, Kelly, Dunkley, Caleb, Marshall, Heeney with Danger in the mids

Nailed it  8)

Have ya though? Would argue that Danger in the forwards and your worst performing forward to a super premium mid would be ‘nailing it’ lol
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