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Title: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 01, 2015, 12:44:51 PM
Since the season is basically done for me and a few others, I figure it would be okay to start up a trade talk thread. I'm sure most are already itching to trade, everybody loves it!



On a personal level...

Hit me up with a PM if you wanna talk trades, always around to have a chat.

I've renamed the New Jersey Devils as the Ottawa Otters. Team list sorted by position for convenience in our fresh team thread.

Our strengths are our midfield, rucks and good youth, mainly looking at putting together a competent defense because the current one isn't very good at all, also need a starting forward or two.

The main bit of attraction is Robbie Gray for a premo forward.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on August 01, 2015, 12:49:00 PM
give me time Nige. Will need a few minutes   ;)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on August 01, 2015, 12:53:17 PM
give me time Nige. Will need a few minutes   ;)

 ;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 01, 2015, 01:25:34 PM
give me time Nige. Will need a few minutes   ;)
Hahahaha, a few minutes too long.  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 01, 2015, 01:27:05 PM
Santiago Cockerels -

Off-limits
High Pricer
On the Trade Table

Mids:
Ablett, Armo, Macrae, O'Meara, Crisp, Harlett, Duncan, Dunstan, Miller, Mackay, Nathan Freeman, Mark Whiley, Aidan Riley, George Horlin-Smith, Jarrad Jansen, Clem Smith, Dean Gore, Alex Woodward

Rucks:
Max GAWN, Matthew Lobbe, David Hale, Jack Hannath, Mark Jamar

Defenders:
Dane Rampe, Adam Saad, Steven May, Lachlan Hansen, Travis Varcoe, Eric Mackenzie, Jed Adcock, Rohan Bewick, Mark Baguley, David Astbury, Ted Richards, Jarman Impey, Ed Vickers-Willis, Ben Sinclair

Forwards:
Jack Billings, Paul Ahern, Jarrad Waite, Ricky Petterd, Suban, Crozier, Jenkins, Aaron Hall, Taberner, Daniel McStay, Lukas Webb, Alex Sexton, Sam Gray, Corey Gault
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 01, 2015, 01:37:55 PM
I'll do one too,

Don't bother
Stanton, Wines, Deledio, Stefan Martin

Hard to get
Swallow, Coniglio, Hibberd, Viney, Kade Kolodjashnij, Wright, Jack, Montagna, Leuenberger, Douglas, Guthrie, Betts, Heath Shaw, Christensen, Zac Williams

Up for trade part 1 - solid players
Elliott, Pittard, Jaensch, Duffield, Miles, Lennon, Harwood, Howlett, SD Thompson, Jarrod Garlett, Matt Shaw, Warnock, Gregson, McKenzie, Ceglar, Black, Kelly

Up for trade part 2 - spuds
Towers, Simpkin, Abbott, Cordy, Matt Thomas, Tom Lee, Monfries, Smedts, Broughton, Anderson, Nick Smith, Clay Cameron, Tutt, Close, Fuller
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 01, 2015, 02:07:34 PM
we pretty much do what we want in this comp lol

#jukesbestcompadmin
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 01, 2015, 02:22:52 PM
Red = don't bother
Orange = could go for right offer
Green = up for trade

Defenders Michael Hurley, Grant Birchall, Jack Newnes, Paul Seedsman, Curtly Hampton, Shaun Atley, Sam Butler, Mitch Golby, Jack Hombsch, Ben Jacobs, Liam dawson, Lauchlan Dalgleish, Alex Browne 

Mids Danger, Heppell, Hanners, Jack Steven, David Swallow, Ed Curnow, Aaron Vandeberg, Mitch Hallahan, Martin Gleeson, Will Hams, Alex Neal-Bullen, Billy Stretch, Nathan Drummond, Matthew Goodyear, Conor McKenna

Rucks
Zac Smith, Tom Nicholls, Keegan Brooksby

Forwards
Devon Smith, Harley Bennell, Zach Merrett, Charlie Dixon, Kayne Turner, Leigh Adams, Trav Colyer, Tom Bell, Sharrod Wellingham, Tim Membrey, Nathan Gordon, Dean Kent, Jonathan Freeman, Jesse White, Marco Paparone, Brandon Jack, Caleb Daniel, Mason Wood, Riley Knight

not really interested in sideways trades i want more premos will consider old premos if you want Steven or D Swallow with another player will cost you a better premo mid

#packagedeals

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 01, 2015, 02:28:32 PM
we pretty much do what we want in this comp lol

#jukesbestcompadmin

aww <3

People power man, as long as it's not something completely stupid to do I'll let it be
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 03, 2015, 10:53:06 AM
#jukesbestcompadmin

Haha jesus, keep it in ya pants brother



We'll be active asf in trade season because trading is the best part of XVs and XVIIIs

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 03, 2015, 10:58:34 AM
#jukesbestcompadmin

Haha jesus, keep it in ya pants brother



We'll be active asf in trade season because trading is the best part of XVs and XVIIIs

I'm with ya on that one.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on August 03, 2015, 11:01:28 AM
Will probably get involved. Just working out the "shopping list".  8)

 
we pretty much do what we want in this comp lol

#jukesbestcompadmin

That's pretty funny  ;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 03, 2015, 11:05:26 AM
New Brooklyn Hawks Trade List;

Won't Trade under any circumstance; Jacobs, Blicavs, Houli and Gunston

In the works to be traded: Hogan and Buckley

Trade able with good value; Cripps, Duryea, L. Taylor, Polec, Conca, S.Ross, Heeney, Whitfield

Rest are trade able anyway, with the right offer.

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 03, 2015, 02:38:57 PM
Anyone wants a bargain buy I'm giving up these lads for next to nothing.

Matthew Pavlich
James Podsiadly
Andrew Carrazzo
Nathan Foley
Chris Newman

Don't PM all at once plz xx
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 03, 2015, 02:53:21 PM
Also idk if it needs to be mentioned or not but unbalanced trades in terms of player movement (ie 2 for 1 and stuff) will be accepted
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on August 03, 2015, 04:05:38 PM
Rucks??  Have you got Rucks??  I  don't. Will trade one in. Can be a trade at "Gun" level.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 03, 2015, 04:28:52 PM
does trading start as soon as finals are over?
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 03, 2015, 05:24:42 PM
does trading start as soon as finals are over?

http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,104432.0.html
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 03, 2015, 07:51:33 PM
Oh and all of New Brooklyn's Draft picks are up for trade to. That includes pick 1 or 2 which ever one I get.  Best offer will be accepted. Looking for Midfielder > Defender > Forward > Rucks in that order  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 03, 2015, 08:31:30 PM
Ducks have come out swinging

OUT

Steven, Paparone, Wellingham, Dixon

IN

Greene, Hibberd, CEY, 3rd rounder 

;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 04, 2015, 09:49:59 AM
Word coming through that future Fremantle number 1 ruckman and future SC premium ruckman Zac Clarke could be on the table...
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 04, 2015, 10:21:22 AM
Word coming through that future Fremantle number 1 ruckman and future SC premium ruckman Zac Clarke could be on the table...

What about another Fremantle player?? ;) haha
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 04, 2015, 10:28:14 AM
Word coming through that future Fremantle number 1 ruckman and future SC premium ruckman Zac Clarke could be on the table...

What about another Fremantle player?? ;) haha

Hahaha working on it ;)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 04, 2015, 10:32:37 AM
Okay so, after being a little trigger happy and making the changes I wanted, I've got together a fairly solid XVIII imo, but I realised that the depth fwd and back is excessive and I could use a mid or two.

Happy to trade one depth forward and one depth defender for two depth mids.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 04, 2015, 11:20:47 AM
Word coming through that future Fremantle number 1 ruckman and future SC premium ruckman Zac Clarke could be on the table...

What about another Fremantle player?? ;) haha

Hahaha working on it ;)

Good stuff mate :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 04, 2015, 05:56:23 PM
I can't believe I'm listing the latter but:

Hamish Hartlett &/or Jack Crisp

Looking for a decent forward. HH is a gun and could make an M6 is a strong team or an M4-5 in a weaker team.

Jack Crisp is one of the better prospects in the AFL, however the Cockerels need a forward and he will lose his DPP status next year. If you are looking for a midfielder for succession planning, he may be your man.

My club is in a rebuilding stage so I'm just looking to see if we could catch a player with the aim of making our team more competitive in the coming seasons as I can foresee our side struggling to list a decent line-up in the coming years (Billings is the only forward I'm confident with - Jarrad Waite looks to be our 2016 F2 at this stage (something I don't look forward to) :-\ )
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Memphistopheles on August 04, 2015, 11:22:44 PM
Okay here's our list of players and our thoughts on them heading in to the trade period.

No-one is off limits though those guys in the Keepers section will be very hard to acquire.

Quito Quetzals

Memphistopheles & Atto

Going cheap: Harrison Marsh, Matt White, Jake Spencer, Paul Chapman, Adam Schneider.

Trade bait: Shannon Hurn, Chris Yarran, Kade Simpson, Jordan Roughead, Darcy Gardiner, Ben Reid, Nathan Wright, Craig Bird, Adam Cooney, Andrew Boston, Corey Ellis, Scott Lycett, Lewis Jetta, Travis Cloke, Cam Pedersen, Sam Reid, Chris Dawes, Taylor Garner, Mitch McGovern.

If the Price is Right: Garrick Ibbotson, Jarryn Geary, Jackson Thurlow, Matt Suckling, Nick Vlastuin, Sam Mitchell, Jarrad McVeigh, Ryan Griffen, Levi Greenwood, Bryce Gibbs, Jesse Lonergan, Lachlan Weller, Aaron Sandilands, Ivan Maric, Brendon Goddard, Josh J Kennedy, Jamie Cripps, Toby McLean.

Keepers: Shaun Higgins, Tom Langdon, Shane Savage, Brad Ebert, Jack Redden, Jack Steele, Chad Wingard, Tom J Lynch, Jeremy Cameron.


Shoot through your offers to me, I'll talk them over with my assistant and get back to you as soon as I can.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 05, 2015, 04:46:23 AM
since i have done some trades will do this again


DON'T BOTHER
Daniel Hannebery, Patrick Dangerfield, Dyson Heppell, David Swallow, Toby Greene, Devon Smith, Harley Bennell, Grant Birchall, Michael Hibberd, Zach Merrett, Zac Smith, Tom Nicholls, Michael Hurley, Jack Newnes, Conor McKenna, Keegan Brooksby




COULD GO FOR RIGHT PRICE
David Zaharkis, Aaron Vandenberg, Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Tom Bell, Paul Seedsman, Curtly Hampton, Shaun Atley, Trav Colyer, Tim Membrey, Jack Hombsch, Caleb Daniel



FOR SALE
Ed Curnow, Kayne Turner, Ben Jacobs, Mitch Golby, Sam ButlerMartin Gleeson, Nathan Gordon, Mitch Hallahan, Dean Kent, Jonathan Freeman, Jesse White, Brandon Jack, Darcy Lang, Mason Wood, Riley Knight, Alex Browne, Will Hams, Lauchlan Dalgleish, Alex Neal-Bullen, Billy Stretch, Nathan Drummond, Matthew Goodyear, Liam dawson

sideways trades don't interest me much

#packagedeals
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 06, 2015, 03:34:25 PM
http://www.afl.com.au/news/2015-08-06/future-trading-given-goahead-but-with-restrictions

What are everybody's thoughts on incorporating something like this into axviii?
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 06, 2015, 04:26:57 PM
Nope.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 06, 2015, 04:55:29 PM
Nope.

to easily abused
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 06, 2015, 04:57:42 PM
Nope.

to easily abused
+1
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 06, 2015, 04:58:29 PM
Nope.

to easily abused

And a new coach takes over for someone who traded them all off for guys who aren't even good. "Oh sorry you have no draft picks this year because the half wit before you got rid of them all for a bunch of Zac Dawsons"
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 06, 2015, 06:32:21 PM
Nope.

to easily abused
+1
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on August 06, 2015, 07:17:33 PM
Alright that's pretty unanimous haha
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 07, 2015, 05:22:56 PM
Cockerels closing up shop for the off-season (in terms of trading). The club has got exactly what it needs in terms of personnel (just need to delist a few and draft two players).

In: Bruce, Vickery, & C. Cameron
Out: Hale & Crisp

I'll see you all at the draft - will follow finals (someone please beat San Fran) ;)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 07, 2015, 05:25:41 PM
Haha wow, early call on the close up! :o
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 07, 2015, 05:35:08 PM
Haha wow, early call on the close up! :o
I will be open to trades so feel free to message if you are interested in any players. Just won't be seeking any out myself at this point (list looks adequate and proportionate - not incredible)  :P

Will need to be something worthwhile though  ;)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 07, 2015, 05:36:22 PM
Haha wow, early call on the close up! :o
I will be open to trades so feel free to message if you are interested in any players. Just won't be seeking any out myself at this point (list looks adequate and proportionate - not incredible though)  :P

lol so you're not closing up shop then
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 07, 2015, 05:37:51 PM
Haha wow, early call on the close up! :o
I will be open to trades so feel free to message if you are interested in any players. Just won't be seeking any out myself at this point (list looks adequate and proportionate - not incredible though)  :P

lol so you're not closing up shop then
haha yeah, I noticed so I edited

Not closing up the store, but only taking special orders haha  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: ckennedy23 on August 10, 2015, 08:12:41 PM
ill join in the fun

red- no
orange- maybe
green- yes

Rucks:
Shane Mumford
Brodie Grundy
 
Ruck/Fwd:
Tom Bellchambers

Midfielders:
Josh P Kennedy
Callan Ward
Dylan Shiel
Steve Johnson
Daniel Cross
Ben McGylnn
David Myers
Viv Michie
Anthony Morabito
Rory Atkins
Trent Dumont
Angus Brayshaw
Blaine Boekhorst
Connor Menadue
Matthew Boyd

Mid/Fwd:
Dustin Martin
Shane Edwards
Marcus Bontempelli
Josh Kelly

Def/Mid:
Sam Mayes

Defenders:
Sam Fisher
Dustin Fletcher
Trent McKenzie
Jared Rivers
Xavier Ellis
Sam Docherty
Luke McDonald
Taylor Hunt
Luke Brown
Jordie Mckenzie
Jason Ashby
Shaun Edwards
Matthew Scharenberg
Matthew Watson
Brian Lake

Forwards:
Cyril Rioli
Jay Schulz
Nathan Hrovat
Levi Casboult
Will Hoskin-Elliot
Jonathon Patton
Sam Reid
John Butcher
Tom Curran
Kyle Langford
Adam Schnieder
Ahmed Saad
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 11, 2015, 10:56:38 PM
dean kent interest anyone at all?

going very cheap just want a slight pick upgrade

dean kent + 3rd rounder

for

2nd rounder

etc
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 14, 2015, 10:52:48 AM
Anyone wants a bargain buy I'm giving up these lads for next to nothing.

Matthew Pavlich
James Podsiadly
Andrew Carrazzo
Chris Newman

Don't PM all at once plz xx

These blokes are getting on but Pavlich has a four round average of 87 and Carrazzo has posted back-to-back tons. Anyone looking for a cheap, short-term solution should hit me up
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 17, 2015, 06:32:08 PM
Jesse White
Mitch Golby

both available for a deals similar to the Dean Kent deal i did
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 25, 2015, 11:09:43 AM
Santiago Cockerels - Updated Trade Table 25/08

Off-limits
High Pricer
On the Trade Table

Mids:
Ablett, Armo, Macrae, O'Meara, Hartlett, Duncan, Dunstan, Miller, Nathan Freeman, George Horlin-Smith, Mackay, Mark Whiley, Jarrad Jansen, Dean Gore, Alex Woodward

Rucks:
Max GAWN, Matthew Lobbe, Jack Hannath, Mark Jamar

Defenders:
Dane Rampe, Adam Saad, Steven May, Lachlan Hansen, Mark Baguley, Travis Varcoe, Eric Mackenzie, Rohan Bewick, David Astbury, Jarman Impey, Ed Vickers-Willis, Ben Sinclair

Forwards:
Jack Billings, Paul Ahern, Josh Bruce, Ty Vickery, Jarrad Waite, Sam Gray, Aaron Hall, Josh Jenkins, Ricky Petterd, Suban, Crozier, Taberner, Daniel McStay, Lukas Webb, Alex Sexton, Corey Gault

Nat picks #3, #13/14, #15, #39
Rookie picks #3, #15, #27, #39
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 25, 2015, 01:46:29 PM
updating this after trades and i'm bored

Red = off limits
Orange = for the right price
Green = trade bait

Daniel Hannebery
Patrick Dangerfield
Dyson Heppell
David Zaharkis
David Swallow
Levi Greenwood
Harley Bennell
Zach Merrett
Toby Greene
Devon Smith
Josh J. Kennedy
Michael Hurley
Grant Birchall
Michael Hibberd
Jack Newnes
Ed Curnow
Aaron Vandeberg
Cam Ellis-Yolmen
Tom Bell
Will Langford
Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe
Kayne Turner
Ben Jacobs
Paul Seedsman
Shaun Atley
Trav Colyer
Mitch Golby
Jack Hombsch
Sam Butler
Nathan Gordon
Jackson Merrett
Jonathan Freeman
Jesse White
Brandon Jack
Mason Wood
Riley Knight
Alex Browne
Will Hams
Billy Stretch
Caleb Daniel
Nathan Drummond
Matthew Goodyear
Liam dawson
Conor McKenna
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 25, 2015, 02:45:28 PM
Big list of players i'd be willing to trade for the right price.

Defenders
Jack Grimes
James Frawley
Lee Spurr
Daniel Talia
Jake Kolodjashnij
Angus Litherland
Kristian Jaksch
Daniel McKenzie (M/D)
Brayden Maynard (M/D)
Nick Holman
Caleb Marchbank



Midfielders
Jared Polec
Reece Conca
Tendai Mzungu
Maverick Weller
Clinton Young (M/D)
Lachie Hunter
Blake Acres
Ben Newton
Jarrod Pickett (Fwd)

Rucks
Jack Leslie



Forwards
Danyle Pearce (M/F)
Lindsay Thomas
Jordan Murdoch
Lewis Taylor
Jack Sinclair
Sam Day
Liam Jones
Tory Dickson
Tim Membrey
Thomas Boyd
Mitch Honeychurch
Shaun McKernan
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 25, 2015, 05:31:07 PM
Kb has just done incredibly well
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 25, 2015, 05:32:05 PM
Kb has just done incredibly well

you mean in general or the latest trade?
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on August 25, 2015, 05:36:41 PM
In the last trade. I would've given bucketloads more for Smith
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 25, 2015, 05:44:54 PM
In the last trade. I would've given bucketloads more for Smith
Chuck me a message anyway, interested to see.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 25, 2015, 06:28:30 PM
 ???
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 25, 2015, 08:54:18 PM
was thinking of trying to trade in as many Smith's as possible lol but Clay and Issac would cost to much
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 25, 2015, 08:56:43 PM
was thinking of trying to trade in as many Smith's as possible lol but Clay and Issac would cost to much

I would bet that Clay would be at a decent price  8) 8) 8) 8)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 25, 2015, 10:10:13 PM
was thinking of trying to trade in as many Smith's as possible lol but Clay and Issac would cost to much

I would bet that Clay would be at a decent price  8) 8) 8) 8)

lol for some reason i was thinking Clay Smith was Mitch Wallis

#kbmoment
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 26, 2015, 11:02:31 AM
Haha Poor KB.

I want to do a KB superpackage, pick 2 of these players and offer me the best forward you can.

- Danyle Pearce
- Reece Conca
- Lewis Taylor
- Jared Polec
- Ben Newton
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 28, 2015, 10:03:27 AM
Santiago Cockerels - Updated Trade Table 28/08

Off-limits
High Pricer
On the Trade Table

Mids:
Ablett, Armo, Macrae, O'Meara, Hartlett, Shuey, Duncan, Dunstan, Miller, George Horlin-Smith, Mackay, Mark Whiley, Jarrad Jansen, Dean Gore, Alex Woodward

Rucks:
Max GAWN, Matthew Lobbe, Jack Hannath, Mark Jamar

Defenders:
Dane Rampe, Adam Saad, Steven May, Lachlan Hansen, Mark Baguley, Travis Varcoe, Eric Mackenzie, Rohan Bewick, David Astbury, Jarman Impey, Ed Vickers-Willis, Ben Sinclair, Ted Richards

Forwards:
Jack Billings, Paul Ahern, Josh Bruce, Ty Vickery, Jarrad Waite, Sam Gray, Aaron Hall, Josh Jenkins, Ricky Petterd, Suban, Crozier, Taberner, Daniel McStay, Lukas Webb, Alex Sexton, Corey Gault

Nat picks #15, #17, #41
Rookie picks #3, #15, #27, #39
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 28, 2015, 10:49:48 AM
Oh shower!! Look out for Tdog, got pick 1 and 3 :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on August 28, 2015, 11:34:57 AM
Pick 2 and a forward (negotiable - depth/starter) on the table for a starting mid or defender.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on August 28, 2015, 09:13:10 PM
is anyone interested in JJK?

i'm after a younger forward of interest
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on August 29, 2015, 07:32:17 PM
Updated Team List 4/9/2015

Tradeables in Italic and underlined.

Backs:
L. Hodge (M/D); J. Harbrow (M/D); A. Everitt; Z. Tuohy; S. Darley; C. Pearce; H. Grundy; R.Tarrant (D/F)
T. Chaplin;  A. Fasolo (D/F); M. Buntine;  Jamie Bennell;  Simon White (D/F);

Midfielders:
L. Whitfield;  J. Watson; M. Murphy; D. Mundy;  B. Vince; Scott Thompson; D. Swan (M/F); M. Hutchings;
D. Zorko (M/F); R. Bastinac; D. Thomas (M/F); L. Jong; N. VanBerlo; N. Freeman; S. Ross;  Brad McKenzie (M/D);

Rucks:
W. Minson; M. Pyke; T. Derickx; S. Naismith; B. Longer; D. Hale

Forwards:
J. Bartel; T. Hawkins; M. Wright (M/F); D. Petrie; M. Grigg; J. Green;  B. Matera; A. Tomlinson;
 B. Brown; B. Martin (F/M); Adam Goodes; P. Ambrose; J. Kennedy-Harris; Sam Frost; Sam Gray; D. Kent;

Nat Draft: Picks -  1, 2, 3, 34, 43, 46, 49

Rookie Draft: Picks - 3, 8, 20, 32, 44,
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on August 31, 2015, 08:58:28 PM
Looking to straight swap Sam Gray for a defender.

If anyone is interested, don't hesitate to contact me 

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 02, 2015, 11:51:50 PM
seems strange trading in picks to trade them out especially this year it's very tough to trade picks it seems but each to their own
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on September 03, 2015, 12:08:03 AM
seems strange trading in picks to trade them out especially this year it's very tough to trade picks it seems but each to their own

I was thinking the same, but I shouldn't be one to bad-mouth trades - I gave Michael Hurley for Colin Sylvia remember


And just a reminder guys, if you have a problem with a trade (not necessarily this one) for being lopsided or what have you, just flick me a pm and I can put it to a vote.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on September 03, 2015, 08:33:00 AM
Once T Dog confirms our trade, I wont have any Nat Picks left!
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on September 03, 2015, 10:10:38 AM
If anyone is struggling at the moment with trade addiction

(http://tse1.mm.bing.net/th?&id=OIP.Mb24421229cefcf19996a99f1e1ee2fb9o0&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0)

(https://i.imgur.com/vk2djVd.png)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on September 03, 2015, 10:22:11 AM
Sign me up! ;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 03, 2015, 02:16:19 PM
Mitch Golby
Jesse White


available for nat pcks or rookie picks
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on September 03, 2015, 03:28:11 PM
If anyone is looking for defenders, hit me up. Chasing forwards.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on September 03, 2015, 05:06:45 PM
If anyone wants Brad Hill, chuck me a message. I'll sell him for just about anyone half decent.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 03, 2015, 05:21:12 PM
If anyone wants Brad Hill, chuck me a message. I'll sell him for just about anyone half decent.

My last rookie pick?
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: popedelio on September 04, 2015, 12:06:47 PM
I've had a lot of offers but haven't made any trades. It's just too difficult to part with my players, I've become attached to them  :-\  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 04, 2015, 01:14:21 PM
Have updated the Colorado trade list. (Post is at top of this page)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 06, 2015, 07:45:13 PM
Santiago Cockerels - Updated Trade Table 06/09

Off-limits
High Pricer
On the Trade Table

Mids:
Ablett, Armo, Macrae, O'Meara, Hartlett, Shuey, Duncan, Dunstan, Miller, George Horlin-Smith, Mackay, Mark Whiley, Jarrad Jansen, Dean Gore, Alex Woodward

Rucks:
Max GAWN, Matthew Lobbe, Jack Hannath, Mark Jamar

Defenders:
Nick Malceski, Dane Rampe, Adam Saad, Steven May, Lachlan Hansen, Mark Baguley, Travis Varcoe, Eric Mackenzie, Rohan Bewick, David Astbury, Jarman Impey, Ed Vickers-Willis, Ben Sinclair, Ted Richards

Forwards:
Jack Billings, Paul Ahern, Josh Bruce, Ty Vickery, Jarrad Waite, Aaron Hall, Josh Jenkins, Ricky Petterd, Suban, Crozier, Taberner, Daniel McStay, Lukas Webb, Alex Sexton, Corey Gault

Nat picks #8, #15, #17, #41
Rookie picks #15, #27, #39
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 08, 2015, 05:02:05 PM
defending the Heeney trade a little

i was offering JJK and one of Atley/Seedsman/Hombsch

which is nearly the same value kinda
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 08, 2015, 05:12:24 PM
defending the Heeney trade a little

i was offering JJK and one of Atley/Seedsman/Hombsch

which is nearly the same value kinda

That you did mate. Was tempting too  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 08, 2015, 05:54:44 PM
defending the Heeney trade a little

i was offering JJK and one of Atley/Seedsman/Hombsch

which is nearly the same value kinda

That you did mate. Was tempting too  :P
You're comparing JJK to one of best players in the competition (There are 22 players to choose from and they all lineup in the same team every week)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on September 08, 2015, 06:06:27 PM
Who's this 1 of the best players in the comp ?

Boak averages 98 seems pretty far off one of the best in the comp.

He's an old looking 27 imo aswell (28 next year)

I don't rate or need Daniher either.

If people have a problem with one of the bottom teams getting some overs for a player that will be an absolute gun in the future then im surprised. If i was trading to the Grizzlies or something i could understand.

If people have a problem with it then i suggest they contact Jukes, just want to know whats going on, really don't care.





Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 08, 2015, 06:15:18 PM
Who's this 1 of the best players in the comp ?

Boak averages 98 seems pretty far off one of the best in the comp.

He's an old looking 27 imo aswell (28 next year)

I don't rate or need Daniher either.

If people have a problem with one of the bottom teams getting some overs for a player that will be an absolute gun in the future then im surprised. If i was trading to the Grizzlies or something i could understand.

If people have a problem with it then i suggest they contact Jukes, just want to know whats going on, really don't care.

Well to be honest it's a risky trade for us both. Heeney has the potential to be a 100+ in the next 2 years and if he stays as a forward that's even worse for me... Boak will always stay a 95-100 for the next 5 years that he's fantasy relevant. And Daniher can either be one of the better forwards of the comp, or a lump of shower...
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 08, 2015, 08:03:31 PM
Who's this 1 of the best players in the comp ?

Boak averages 98 seems pretty far off one of the best in the comp.

He's an old looking 27 imo aswell (28 next year)

I don't rate or need Daniher either.

If people have a problem with one of the bottom teams getting some overs for a player that will be an absolute gun in the future then im surprised. If i was trading to the Grizzlies or something i could understand.

If people have a problem with it then i suggest they contact Jukes, just want to know whats going on, really don't care.
I think it was a fair trade. I think you have misinterpreted the context of my post.

I was not referring to fantasy football at all. I was referring to real AFL and making a witty jest about Port Adelaide (the team I support).

I can see the mix up. I literally see no problem with the trade and I didn't think anyone had any objections (honestly one of the more even trades this period).

Again, my comment was merely a joke as a Port supporter embellishing the talents of the players in my team. I usually say "who do you think will win the Brownlow? There are 22 players to choose from..." (again referring to the Port Adelaide lineup) :P

Personally, I don't believe that there should be interventions in regards to trades. I think it undermines the intentions and strategies of coaches, and impugns their competence. 

Jukes has processed the trade mate, so this isn't an issue anyway
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on September 08, 2015, 08:11:17 PM
Yeah big mix up there  :-[  sorry mate  :)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 08, 2015, 08:11:49 PM
meh this is the best part of trade season #banter
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on September 08, 2015, 08:17:52 PM
meh this is the best part of trade season #banter

Fair bit was generated with this trade  :-X
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 11, 2015, 02:33:18 PM
Zorko + Hawkins (or) Petrie avail in a package for 2 youngish starting mids.
Can negotiate sweetener for right players.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 14, 2015, 02:56:59 PM
Chucking Clinton Young + Brayden Maynard + Danyle Pearce in as a package deal for either 1 player, or 1 NAT or RK pick.
Get on it.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on September 14, 2015, 07:45:51 PM
Looking to package together a few of pick 26, Duffield, Harwood, Howlett, Towers, Simpkin, Matt Shaw, Cordy, Matt Thomas, Monfries, Smedts, Nick Smith, Warnock, Tutt, Ceglar, Jake Kelly, and Zac Williams for a gun that isn't a mid

Pm if interested
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on September 15, 2015, 03:26:33 PM
Looking to package together a few of Duffield, Harwood, Simpkin, Matt Shaw, Cordy, Matt Thomas, Monfries, Smedts, Nick Smith, Warnock, Tutt, Ceglar, Jake Kelly, and Zac Williams for a gun that isn't a mid

Pm if interested

Updated
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 15, 2015, 06:42:13 PM
Looking for a Rd1 RD pick.

Have a fleet of depth players and late draft picks. Take any ones you like.

Jamie Bennell (D); Simon White (D/F); Tom Derickx (R); Nathan VanBerlo (M); Adam Goodes (F); Matthew Wright (M/F);
Brodie Martin.(F/M) ND #43, #46, #49 and RD #32
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 16, 2015, 02:07:32 PM
Anyone want to take a chance on Mark Jamar?

He might be picked up by another club. Going for next to nothing (basically a 3rd round NAT pick)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 16, 2015, 05:58:17 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 16, 2015, 06:46:28 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 16, 2015, 07:05:37 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P

hey bro spuds have feelings too but yes i do

Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 16, 2015, 07:08:44 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P

hey bro spuds have feelings too but yes i do

Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe

Inb4 Jack Leslie next gun ruck at GC  :o
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 16, 2015, 07:13:19 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P

hey bro spuds have feelings too but yes i do

Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe

obviously you need Mike Pyke.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 16, 2015, 07:23:52 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P

hey bro spuds have feelings too but yes i do

Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe
I heard Gorringe (spud Gorringe) wants out as well (I think this time he'll request a trade to WCE, or maybe he'll hunt for glory at the Bulldogs  :P )

Wouldn't be surprised if Jamar was picked up by the GCS. Do you want him to update your collection?
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 16, 2015, 07:28:22 PM
damn it Z Smith what are you doing to me i like having GC rucks
Do you have spud Gorringe as well?  :P

hey bro spuds have feelings too but yes i do

Zac Smith
Tom Nicholls
Keegan Brooksby
Daniel Gorringe
I heard Gorringe (spud Gorringe) wants out as well (I think this time he'll request a trade to WCE, or maybe he'll hunt for glory at the Bulldogs  :P )

Wouldn't be surprised if Jamar was picked up by the GCS. Do you want him to update your collection?

That is about the smoothest con I have seen.......beeeaauuutifuullll... ;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 17, 2015, 01:56:38 PM
just want a 3rd round pick for each of the following

Jesse White
Sam Butler
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 18, 2015, 09:45:51 AM
Luke Hodge + ND #26 package available.

Looking for starting mid + Round 1 RD pick.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on September 18, 2015, 11:49:22 PM
Anthony Miles (97.5 average from 22 games, 23 years old), Richard Douglas (92 from 14, 28 years old, averaged 102 in 2013), and Andrew Swallow (94 from 19, 28 years old, has averaged 106, 112, 109, and 101 before 2010-2013) up for sale for the right price...preferably a back or forward.

Also willing to part with Jamie Elliott and Jasper Pittard.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 23, 2015, 05:14:45 AM
surprised nobody interested in JJK but meh happy enough to keep him
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on September 23, 2015, 10:29:39 AM
surprised nobody interested in JJK but meh happy enough to keep him

I'm interested but I dunno if I'm willing to pay max-value thats all haha
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Nige on September 23, 2015, 10:55:33 AM
surprised nobody interested in JJK but meh happy enough to keep him

I'm interested but I dunno if I'm willing to pay max-value thats all haha
Yeah exactly, his asking price is probably more than I'm willing to pay.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 23, 2015, 11:05:30 AM
i tried to get Miles but Jukes reckon he worth more then JJK somehow

i'm just after a younger forward or mid with potential of interest
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 23, 2015, 11:50:01 AM
surprised nobody interested in JJK but meh happy enough to keep him

I'm interested but I dunno if I'm willing to pay max-value thats all haha
Yeah exactly, his asking price is probably more than I'm willing to pay.
+1

JJK > Miles imo (Miles will always be a 90's player with a career best season in the low 100's - players like him suffer in their scoring when their team loses the contested ball)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on September 23, 2015, 11:12:46 PM
Miles averaged 5.5 more in 2015 and is 5 years younger. That's down from 100 in 2014 - JJK has never averaged 80+ in consecutive seasons.

But maybe I'm just bias towards players who actually score more points - how stupid of me. That's why we're the spooners I guess - oh wait.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on September 23, 2015, 11:24:27 PM
Miles averaged 5.5 more in 2015 and is 5 years younger. That's down from 100 in 2014 - JJK has never averaged 80+ in consecutive seasons.

But maybe I'm just bias towards players who actually score more points - how stupid of me. That's why we're the spooners I guess - oh wait.
I rate Miles, but he's a mid and defenders, rucks, & forwards are of higher value. Kennedy is in his prime but I agree, he only has a year or two (why I don't think the risk would be as significant for a team which will be in the finals window for the next 4-7 seasons).

But you take my word, it may be next year, or even 3-4 years from now. Miles will fall... The unit of measurement I would use to rate his fall is... Miles hahaha  :P

Then again, he may constantly average 90's. I think of him as more of a Shaun Grigg type than an Ellis/Cotchin/or Lids for the Tiges (fantasy-wise that is).

But I would prefer a low 90's averaging forward over a high 90's averaging mid any day of the week. However, like you said, age is a persuasive factor supporting Miles. Still think of him as a utilities player (like Mitch Duncan - I rate the boy, but I have worked hard to push him out of the midfield group and into the utilities - Hartlett & Shuey will be the next player I target to be U2/3 - one can dream can't they  :P hahaha).
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 24, 2015, 05:08:10 AM
exactly the fact that JJK is a forward and Miles is a mid evens it out
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on September 28, 2015, 11:07:26 AM
Colorado has a Brownlow trade special going.

2011 Brownlow Medalist - Dane Swan + Patrick Ambrose + Jay Kennedy-Harris trade pack available.
Looking for 2 mids.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on September 28, 2015, 11:45:51 AM
exactly the fact that JJK is a forward and Miles is a mid evens it out

Yep, that's what happened with this trade.

1. Anaheim trade: Jack Steven (average 103)
San Francisco trade: Michael Hibberd (average 81)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on September 28, 2015, 04:27:11 PM
exactly the fact that JJK is a forward and Miles is a mid evens it out

Yep, that's what happened with this trade.

1. Anaheim trade: Jack Steven (average 103)
San Francisco trade: Michael Hibberd (average 81)

And was a pretty dismal year for Hibberd, by his standards.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on October 04, 2015, 07:47:45 PM
Had a few queries on what Colorado is doing with ND picks 1,2,3.

In no particular order Francis, Parish, Hopper are most likely picks.
Yes they are tradeable but they did cost a few good players to get them, so not cheap giveaway trade.
Can expand a trade over 2 or 3 players and or Rd1 RD PICK..
Yes pick 1 can be traded.
Only looking for mids to trade in.



update:

Just ND 3 and 10 now.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on October 17, 2015, 04:07:54 AM
so Z Smith interest anyone? would take a 3rd round pick for him
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on October 20, 2015, 08:22:20 AM
Ryan Bastinac + ND #26 can be package for a 60+ game midfielder,  under 27 yo,  who averaged 80+ last season.. 8)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on October 20, 2015, 10:00:53 AM
Ryan Bastinac + ND #26 can be package for a 60+ game midfielder,  under 27 yo,  who averaged 80+ last season.. 8)

so specific lol
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on October 20, 2015, 10:34:53 AM
Ryan Bastinac + ND #26 can be package for a 60+ game midfielder,  under 27 yo,  who averaged 80+ last season.. 8)

so specific lol

Just making things easier...taking out the guesswork   ;D 
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on October 21, 2015, 03:51:01 PM
Eric Mackenzie on the trade table

Will consider all options, but offers involving a forward will be looked upon favourably  :)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on October 26, 2015, 04:48:37 PM
Dane Swan + ND #26  can be packaged for a 60+ game midfielder,  under 28 yo,  who averaged 80+ last season
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on October 30, 2015, 07:45:50 PM
Colorado have a package of  ND # 43,44,46,& 49 + RD #32 for any RD 2 ND or RD pick. Will take a 1st rounder if you get stuck.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on November 02, 2015, 02:14:37 PM
Its Melb Cup Eve. The Cup Field is strong and deep. Punters are everywhere.

The Colorado special bet package is  Jimmy Bartel + ND #10. The odds I am looking for is 80+ game midfielder,  under 28 yo,  who averaged 90+ last season.  Anyone interested in taking the punt?   ;D

Disclaimer: We are not encouraging you to gamble, we are encouraging you to bet.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on November 13, 2015, 09:25:29 AM
Jack Newnes, Ben Jacobs, Paul Seedsman, Shaun Atley, Jack Hombsch, Sam Butler, Liam dawson

some of the above be packaged for a premo mid that would suit my team
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on November 16, 2015, 07:33:42 PM
Our days are small grains of sand slowly slipping away. Every moment is precious but we thrive for moments which are highly enjoyable and memorable.

“Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives”

If you need depth players or picks time is running out.

 8)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on November 23, 2015, 04:07:09 PM
Anyone want to take a punt on Matthew Wright for a pick upgrade??

I literally don't care what pick as long as it's a step up from NAT #34. Literally a pick downgrade and a potential starter/depth (likely to join Carlton in the 3rd free agency period or as a rookie - who will get game time with a chance of promotion).

I'm just looking to make room on my list.. It can literally be NAT #33
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on November 24, 2015, 10:03:17 PM
Prolific ball-winner Alex Woodward up for trade - low cost
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Memphistopheles on November 24, 2015, 10:22:37 PM
Hey when does the trade period wind up?

I've been away from FF for a week so want to make sure I don't miss trade/delisting deadlines and draft start dates etc
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on November 24, 2015, 10:24:10 PM
Hey when does the trade period wind up?

I've been away from FF for a week so want to make sure I don't miss trade/delisting deadlines and draft start dates etc
Draft starts on the 28th
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on November 24, 2015, 11:42:29 PM
Yeah the nat draft starts on the 28th, followed by the rookie draft as soon as that finishes.

Trading won't stop, just as soon as the nat starts picks cannot be exchanged and all drafts must be 1-for-1, 2-for-2, etc.

Final delistings must be made by the start of the nat draft (some leniency may be given)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on November 25, 2015, 12:05:40 AM
Yeah the nat draft starts on the 28th, followed by the rookie draft as soon as that finishes.

Trading won't stop, just as soon as the nat starts picks cannot be exchanged and all drafts must be 1-for-1, 2-for-2, etc.

Final delistings must be made by the start of the nat draft (some leniency may be given)
+1

I like this, that way I can see whether or not I should keep Wrighty  :P
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on November 26, 2015, 03:47:01 PM
Trade window is still open yeah?

Anyone wanting to do package deals either way (4-1 or 1-4) should hit me up. Keen to work some things!
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on November 26, 2015, 03:48:50 PM
Yeah trade window doesn't close until the season starts, just when the NAT starts on Saturday there'll be a stop to trading nat and rookie picks and unbalanced (i.e. 1-for-2, 2-for-3, etc) trades.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: elephants on November 26, 2015, 03:50:05 PM
Alright sweet as man

I was gonna say I'll probably struggle to pick over the weekend but my first pick ain't until 34 and I already know the three players I want with that pick so it's all good haha
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on December 16, 2015, 02:11:56 PM
So with Montagna and Leuenberger getting forward status, I'm stacked for forwards and looking to trade some for equally talented defenders.

My starters are Lids, Joey, Leuey, and Bundy (too many nicknames?), those probably aren't going anywhere

Tradable: a few players that could help a few teams out this year in Hawkins, Betts, Elliott, and Monfries, and a couple young guns in Peter Wright, Jed Anderson, and Gregson.

Hit me up if interested, might take some time to reply tho.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 16, 2015, 03:16:11 PM
i'm gonna rain on Jukes parade here u think ur forward line is stacked?

FWD - Harley Bennell, Zach Merrett, Toby Greene, Devon Smith, Josh J. Kennedy, Aaron Vandenberg, Tom Bell, Kayne Turner, Travis Colyer, Jonathan Freeman, Jesse White, Brandon Jack, Mason Wood, Riley Knight, Caleb Daniel, Conor McKenna, Harry McKay, Blake Hardwick, Oleg Markov
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on December 16, 2015, 03:36:30 PM
i'm gonna rain on Jukes parade here u think ur forward line is stacked?

FWD - Harley Bennell, Zach Merrett, Toby Greene, Devon Smith, Josh J. Kennedy, Aaron Vandenberg, Tom Bell, Kayne Turner, Travis Colyer, Jonathan Freeman, Jesse White, Brandon Jack, Mason Wood, Riley Knight, Caleb Daniel, Conor McKenna, Harry McKay, Blake Hardwick, Oleg Markov

Man   :o
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on December 16, 2015, 05:04:54 PM
Yes that's pretty stacked .. however I don't think he was boasting(this time  ;D ) about how stacked it is, I think more to the point is he wants to trade 1 or 2 .. hence the thread name .. trade talk  ;)   not ... look how stacked my forward line is thread  ;D

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 16, 2015, 05:10:15 PM
Yes that's pretty stacked .. however I don't think he was boasting(this time  ;D ) about how stacked it is, I think more to the point is he wants to trade 1 or 2 .. hence the thread name .. trade talk  ;)   not ... look how stacked my forward line is thread  ;D

i can rain on his parade if i want :p
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on December 16, 2015, 05:13:30 PM
Yes that's pretty stacked .. however I don't think he was boasting(this time  ;D ) about how stacked it is, I think more to the point is he wants to trade 1 or 2 .. hence the thread name .. trade talk  ;)   not ... look how stacked my forward line is thread  ;D

i can rain on his parade if i want :p

You certainly can .. he needs a bit of that  :-X
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on December 16, 2015, 06:50:29 PM
Yes that's pretty stacked .. however I don't think he was boasting(this time  ;D ) about how stacked it is, I think more to the point is he wants to trade 1 or 2 .. hence the thread name .. trade talk  ;)   not ... look how stacked my forward line is thread  ;D

i can rain on his parade if i want :p
its the raining from a great height that gets people wet   ;D
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Football Factory on December 16, 2015, 07:31:05 PM
Yes that's pretty stacked .. however I don't think he was boasting(this time  ;D ) about how stacked it is, I think more to the point is he wants to trade 1 or 2 .. hence the thread name .. trade talk  ;)   not ... look how stacked my forward line is thread  ;D

i can rain on his parade if i want :p
its the raining from a great height that gets people wet   ;D

lmao  :'(
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: T Dog on December 17, 2015, 12:17:35 PM
After updating all the changes Colorado now has 21 mids.

Could do with a 70+ defender or 2 when trades open up.

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on December 17, 2015, 12:57:00 PM
After updating all the changes Colorado now has 21 mids.

Could do with a 70+ defender or 2 when trades open up.

Have a look at my defenders mate!! You know i'm always keen for a trade!
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: popedelio on December 21, 2015, 02:37:32 PM
I believe I have a fairly stacked backline if coaches need some talent. Looking for a forward
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: popedelio on December 22, 2015, 01:26:56 PM
I believe I have a fairly stacked backline if coaches need some talent. Looking for a forward

To clear some things up, I am happy to trade Johnson, Burgoyne, Rosa and Broadbent, which imo all of them can go 82+ in SC next season. I need a reasonable offer for Broadbent though.

Looking for a like for like style type of trade with a forward. If you are interested and think you have some offers just pm me :)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on January 14, 2016, 11:51:50 AM
JJK will be getting traded for a defender 95+ averaging defender if you want to make an offer you have until tonightish
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jukes on January 17, 2016, 05:50:51 PM
Alright, so after a few days we've had 10 of 11 votes on the Whitfield-Varcoe trade. 5 coaches have voted to pass the trade, and 5 have voted to fail. With 50% of coaches being against this trade (63% of coaches not involved in the trade), I'm going to have to fail our first trade - I too would vote to fail the trade, meaning we won't be needing that last vote.

Although I admit defensive points are more valuable than midfielder points, I don't think it's enough to equate a guy who's 28 and averaged 76.5 in 2015 with a former #1 draft pick that's only 21 who averaged 77.9 in 2015 (including a red vest) that has showed a lot of potential, meaning Santiago would have to give up more for this trade to pass.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: powersuperkents on January 17, 2016, 07:21:17 PM
Alright, so after a few days we've had 10 of 11 votes on the Whitfield-Varcoe trade. 5 coaches have voted to pass the trade, and 5 have voted to fail. With 50% of coaches being against this trade (63% of coaches not involved in the trade), I'm going to have to fail our first trade - I too would vote to fail the trade, meaning we won't be needing that last vote.

Although I admit defensive points are more valuable than midfielder points, I don't think it's enough to equate a guy who's 28 and averaged 76.5 in 2015 with a former #1 draft pick that's only 21 who averaged 77.9 in 2015 (including a red vest) that has showed a lot of potential, meaning Santiago would have to give up more for this trade to pass.
I'm about to go out for the night so I'll sort this out tomorrow (I don't see how it's too lopsided as Whitfield is an outside mid... Rich/Polec type).

I'll talk with TDog and see if there's anything I can do. But I still want the coaches name. I think it's unfair that this trade has been rejected when there have been significantly more lopsided trades and I have not been given a reason from the coach who has actually made the complaint (unlike every other impugned trade which has been publicly complained about on the thread - so every coach has known the reason and the coach complaining and therefore cannot suspect any ulterior motive).

I would say that I might have slightly won this trade, however it was not unfair - I myself have been involved in more lopsided trades

I have the right to know;
1) the identity of the coach who made the complaint; &
2) the exact reason they complained

a copy of the message of complaint would suffice

I'm not contesting the majority vote, however I think that since every other coach got to know who was complaining and their reasons (as until now complaints have always been publicly made on the relevant threads), I should too. The delay in the complaint also has me annoyed as the trade was confirmed almost a month ago.

Basically, that is all I want to know, and considering every other coach had that entitlement, I should also...

I'll be back online later tonight and tomorrow 

Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on January 20, 2016, 04:16:48 PM
ok boys anyone want to give up a good defender for my first 2016 NAT pick not to concerned with age can be old hence trading in Enright

keep in mind we only have 12 teams so it's a decent pick no matter where i finish
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: kilbluff1985 on January 20, 2016, 06:16:22 PM
sent out a mass PM offering my 1st rounder for a defender and got a bite they are old but 85+ avg i only care about this year

a deal deffo getting done just seeing if anyone else bites

the Ducks are contenders once more
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Memphistopheles on January 21, 2016, 09:20:09 PM
Hey guys,

I've only just got the internet connected at our new house so apologises for my absence lately.

Will be back online more frequently now and I'm catching up with everything that's going on.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Jay on February 02, 2016, 04:33:26 PM
Alright lads,

I'm looking for a solid defender to help with the loss of Hooker. Anyone above a 70ave will be considered. Age doesn't bother me, but can obviously pay more if they're a young talent, or a well proven player. My first round pick for this year will also be on the table to help cover this loss.

If someone wants to offer up a big package for Sloaney, then I'll consider it - hit me up :) as for the other guys, I'd be open to packaging up 2 of Ellis/Masten/ I Smith/Crisp/ T Adams/S Hill to anyone that wants to really strengthen their midfield.

One of Tom Hickey and Jarrod Witts could be moved if anyone is after a ruck.

Isaac Heeney is available for a quality offer.

Looking to keep my depth strong, as I feel the top-line talent on this team is really good already. So if you have any best 22 guys who average above the low 70s that you'd be willing to let go, on any line, then I'd be willing to pay.

Untouchables: Dayne Beams, Alex Rance, Dylan Roberton, Jack Riewoldt

Let me know if interested in any of the above :)
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: popedelio on February 02, 2016, 10:31:11 PM
Alright lads,

I'm looking for a solid defender to help with the loss of Hooker. Anyone above a 70ave will be considered. Age doesn't bother me, but can obviously pay more if they're a young talent, or a well proven player. My first round pick for this year will also be on the table to help cover this loss.

If someone wants to offer up a big package for Sloaney, then I'll consider it - hit me up :) as for the other guys, I'd be open to packaging up 2 of Ellis/Masten/ I Smith/Crisp/ T Adams/S Hill to anyone that wants to really strengthen their midfield.

One of Tom Hickey and Jarrod Witts could be moved if anyone is after a ruck.

Isaac Heeney is available for a quality offer.

Looking to keep my depth strong, as I feel the top-line talent on this team is really good already. So if you have any best 22 guys who average above the low 70s that you'd be willing to let go, on any line, then I'd be willing to pay.

Untouchables: Dayne Beams, Alex Rance, Dylan Roberton, Jack Riewoldt

Let me know if interested in any of the above :)

am I reading this right? :o Roberton an untouchable over Heeney :P hahaha
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: Pkbaldy on February 03, 2016, 07:01:50 AM
Alright lads,

I'm looking for a solid defender to help with the loss of Hooker. Anyone above a 70ave will be considered. Age doesn't bother me, but can obviously pay more if they're a young talent, or a well proven player. My first round pick for this year will also be on the table to help cover this loss.

If someone wants to offer up a big package for Sloaney, then I'll consider it - hit me up :) as for the other guys, I'd be open to packaging up 2 of Ellis/Masten/ I Smith/Crisp/ T Adams/S Hill to anyone that wants to really strengthen their midfield.

One of Tom Hickey and Jarrod Witts could be moved if anyone is after a ruck.

Isaac Heeney is available for a quality offer.

Looking to keep my depth strong, as I feel the top-line talent on this team is really good already. So if you have any best 22 guys who average above the low 70s that you'd be willing to let go, on any line, then I'd be willing to pay.

Untouchables: Dayne Beams, Alex Rance, Dylan Roberton, Jack Riewoldt

Let me know if interested in any of the above :)

am I reading this right? :o Roberton an untouchable over Heeney :P hahaha

Roberton is a big chance to be a top 10 SC defender.
Title: Re: Trade Talk
Post by: popedelio on February 03, 2016, 08:45:17 PM
Alright lads,

I'm looking for a solid defender to help with the loss of Hooker. Anyone above a 70ave will be considered. Age doesn't bother me, but can obviously pay more if they're a young talent, or a well proven player. My first round pick for this year will also be on the table to help cover this loss.

If someone wants to offer up a big package for Sloaney, then I'll consider it - hit me up :) as for the other guys, I'd be open to packaging up 2 of Ellis/Masten/ I Smith/Crisp/ T Adams/S Hill to anyone that wants to really strengthen their midfield.

One of Tom Hickey and Jarrod Witts could be moved if anyone is after a ruck.

Isaac Heeney is available for a quality offer.

Looking to keep my depth strong, as I feel the top-line talent on this team is really good already. So if you have any best 22 guys who average above the low 70s that you'd be willing to let go, on any line, then I'd be willing to pay.

Untouchables: Dayne Beams, Alex Rance, Dylan Roberton, Jack Riewoldt

Let me know if interested in any of the above :)

am I reading this right? :o Roberton an untouchable over Heeney :P hahaha

Roberton is a big chance to be a top 10 SC defender.

I'm only joking around ;D