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Title: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Koop on July 26, 2020, 10:43:07 PM
something something compo

callum wilkie available for half a bag of allens frogs
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Koop on July 26, 2020, 11:07:44 PM
D: Mark Blicavs, Tom Langdon, Phil Davis, Callum Wilkie, Tom Clurey, Liam Stocker, Jackson Trengove, Easton Wood, Nathan Brown, Jack Henry, Joel Garner, Zaine Cordy, Lewis Young, Thomas Murphy, Jack Payne, Patrick Ambrose

M: Ricky Henderson, Trent Cotchin, Paddy Dow (FWD), Tom Scully, James Rowbottom (FWD), Deven Robertson, Harry Schoenberg, Jackson Mead, Ely Smith (FWD), Callum Ah Chee, Brendon Ah Chee, Josh Daicos, Mitch O'Neill, Ryan Byrnes, Doulton Langlands, Tyler Brown

R: Sean Darcy

F: Brandon Parfitt (MID), Brennan Cox, Sam B Reid, Harry McKay, Cam Zurhaar, Ben Reid, Ed Richards (MID), Brent Daniels, James Stewart, Kieran Briggs (DEF), Brandon Matera, Cam McCarthy, Cameron Sutcliffe
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Holz on July 27, 2020, 01:28:25 PM
D: Shannon Hurn, Dane Rampe, Jeremy Howe, Grant Birchall, Robbie Tarrant, Majak Daw,  Colin O'Riordan, Brandan Starcevich, Mark O'Connor, Jacob Koschitzke (FWD), Harrison Macreadie, Sam Durdin, Ben McKay, Darragh Joyce, Ben Silvagni (FWD), Ben Miller, Barry O'Connor

M: Rory Sloane, Josh P Kennedy, Matt Crouch, Brad Crouch, Dyson Heppell, Trent Dumont,

R: Todd Goldstein, Tom Campbell, Tristian Xerri, Marc Pittonet, , Ned Reeves, Jack Bell

F: Dustin Martin (MID), Toby Greene, Jack Gunston, Jack Riewoldt, Ned McHenry, Jack Mahony, Allen Christensen, Cody Weightman, Noah Gown, Will Walker, Lachlan Hosie, Lachlan Schultz, Minairo Frederick, Finbar O'Dwyer
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: GoLions on August 31, 2020, 01:21:07 PM
After a forward and a young mid. Have defenders. Hmu.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Pkbaldy on August 31, 2020, 02:00:00 PM


D: James Sicily, Nic Newman, Jarryn Geary, Taylor Duryea, Jacob Weitering, Hayden Young, Adam Kennedy, Tom Cole, Ben Paton, Flynn Perez, Lewis Melican, Tom Williamson, Jonathan Marsh, Jordan Murdoch

M: Lachie Hunter, Sam Walsh, James Worpel, Jackson Hately, Sam Flanders (FWD), Jordan Clark, Anthony Miles, Bradley Hill, Aaron Hall, Riley Collier-Dawkins, Jack Graham, Hugo Ralphsmith (FWD), George Horlin-Smith (DEF), Charlie Constable

R: Nic Naitanui, Tom Hickey, Nathan Vardy, Bigoa Nyuon (DEF)

F: Christian Petracca, Aaron Naughton, Jake Stringer, Chayce Jones, Luke Davies-Uniacke (MID), Kysaiah Pickett, Mitch Hannan, Ben Cavarra, Paul Puopolo, Zac Langdon, Shai Bolton, Jack Silvagni, Mitch Georgiades, Noah Balta (RUC), Callum Moore
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on August 31, 2020, 06:09:13 PM
Why im doing this so early i dont know  :P

Want to keep but theres always a price
Tradable but prefer to keep
Tradable for the right deal

D: Adam Cerra, Riley Bonner, Nicholas Coffield, Jack Scrimshaw, Lachlan Ash, Shaun Atley, Daniel Talia, Jimmy Webster, Jordan Roughead, Jesse Joyce, Conor Glass, Michael Hartley, Riley Grundy, Rory Thompson, Jake Stein, Cian McBride

M: Luke Parker, Jarrod Berry, Jacob Hopper, Ollie Wines, Andrew Brayshaw, Oliver Florent, Harley Bennell, Tom Green, Caleb Serong, Brodie Kemp, Bryce Gibbs, Jeremy Sharp, Kamdyn McIntosh, Joe Atley, Lochie O'Brien,

R: Reilly O'Brien, Kieran Strachan (FWD), Keegan Brooksby

F: Chad Wingard (MID), Darcy Parish (MID), Cameron Rayner, Will Hayward, Connor Budarick (MID), Aiden Bonar (MID), Ben Ronke, Jayden Hunt, Nathan Kreuger, Cam Polson, Jacob Heron, Matthew Owies (MID), Ross McQuillan
Updated above

Also have N3 on the table as well as a few mids, not sure which ones ill trade but my preference are colour coded above

Im looking for a starting forward or 2 as my first preference, also could do with a defender

Im also keen on a pick in the 8-15 range
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: meow meow on September 05, 2020, 04:06:13 PM
Looking for players you're going to delist. Give me your scraps and I'll build the 19th team into an unstoppable empire.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 07, 2020, 04:38:30 PM
D: Jake Lloyd, Conor McKenna, Tom Barrass, Sydney Stack, Stephen Hill (FWD), Nathan Broad, Trent McKenzie, Sam Taylor, Noah Answerth (MID), David Mackay (MID), Robbie Fox (FWD), Jacob Dawson, Luke Towey, Leno Thomas

M: Angus Brayshaw, Brayden Fiorini, Ed Langdon, Noah Anderson, Dylan Stephens, Brayden Sier, Sam Mayes, Finn Maginness, Laitham Vandermeer (FWD), Dylan Clarke, Mitchell Hinge, Sam Simpson, Tim Broomhead (FWD), Nick Shipley

R: Stefan Martin, Oscar McInerney (FWD), Archie Smith

F: Jordan Dawson (DEF), Jack Martin (MID), Josh Bruce, Darcy Tucker (MID), Zak Butters, Mitch Lewis, Josh J Kennedy, Sam Switkowski, Alex Sexton, Riley Knight, Nakia Cockatoo (MID), Harry Morrison (MID), Lachlan Johnson (MID), Toby Wooller (MID)

unlikely to do sideways trade unless is one of our old guys for a young player we like
also happy to package an old guy with pick 20 for a first rounder
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on September 10, 2020, 10:01:17 PM
Wines or Parker on the table, deal must involve a fwd though :P
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Hellopplz on September 12, 2020, 11:41:06 AM
Wines or Parker on the table, deal must involve a fwd though :P
You didn't say how good the forward must be >:D.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on September 12, 2020, 01:31:53 PM
Been getting plenty of interest for Jack Steven, and I'm getting used to the idea of letting him go. Is probably one that leaves, so enquire if interested.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on September 12, 2020, 03:59:26 PM
A couple of updates on Toronto players who have come up in early trade discussions.

Tim Kelly
I am open to the idea of moving Tim to solve some problems down back. Any deal would need to involve a premium defender.

Tom T Lynch
Lynch is available to move. Searching for an equivalent midfielder of any age.

Jesse Hogan
His value is too low to justify trading. He will likely be staying but I am open to offers.

Jack Darling
It would take a very impressive offer for me to consider moving Darling. Blow me away or it probably isn't worth your time.

Isaac Heeney
See above regarding Darling.

Get in touch via Discord if you want to talk.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 14, 2020, 01:58:17 PM
jjk + pick 20 or mackay/hill/broad

available in a package for a good mid or fwd 25 or under that we like
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 14, 2020, 02:18:14 PM
and if ur interested in sam taylor get your offers in

current bid for him is early 2nd rounder

but could package him with the jjk offer etc for the right deal
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Ringo on September 14, 2020, 04:28:57 PM
With some Royals breaking out and being left with weak M4 at times time to trade in a reliable mid for a forward or defender.

After review of Londons List here is our current list review.  Technically all players are available for the right insane offer though.

Defenders:
Readily Tradeable: Darcy Gardiner, Kaiden Brand, Kyle Hartigan, Lewis Jetta, Jason Carter, Neville Jetta, Marty Hore
Prefer to Keep but open to offers: Ben Johnson, Dylan Grimes, Jed Bews, Lachie Young, Sam de Koning
Keepers but open to insane offers: Adam Saad, Blake Hardwick, Brad Sheppard, Jack Lukosius (F), John Noble

Mids:
Readily Tradeable: Darcy MacPherson, Rhys Matthieson (F), Willem Drew
Prefer to keep but open to offers: Hamish Brayshaw, Jack Newnes (F), Jared Polec
Keepers but open to insane offers: Dom Sheed, Jack Bytel, Jack Redden, Keidan Coleman (F), Touk Miller, Xavier O'Neill

Rucks:
Untradeable Tim English, Jordan Sweet

Forwards:
 Anthony Treacy, Connor Nash, Orazio Fantasia, Tory Dickson, David Cunningham, Joshua Schoenfeld
Prefer to keep but open to offers: Daniel McStay, Jack Petruccelle, Nick Hind
Keepers but open to insane Offers: Charlie Spargo,Jack Higgins, Jake Waterman, Tim Membrey, Tom Berry
Liam Baker

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 19, 2020, 12:25:18 AM
we have an offer for jmart we're considering so i guess he is on the table for the right deal

would take a young player we really like to get us interested
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on September 21, 2020, 04:09:51 PM
I'm open to trading Dahl for all teams wanting a starting forward

He's had a very injury interrupted season, but his scoring before the injuries and previous years show he's still a 80+ fwd

Looking for a starting mid in return

Ideally, I'd like to add a 2nd piece to Dahl and get a 100+ mid, so you get 2 for 1 essentially

Not giving him away, because 80-85+ fwds don't come up a lot, so offer me something that works for both of us, or I'll happily keep him :)

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: GoLions on September 22, 2020, 03:14:55 PM
Harris Andrews - 90avg (uninjured)
Jack Bowes - 85avg
Luke McDonald - 95avg (about 120avg last 10 games)
Callum Mills - 100avg
Sam Collins - 80avg
Josh Battle - 70-75avg uninjured (likely to get fwd dpp so will only trade for a fwd)
Trent Rivers - 65avg (last 5 games ~75-80avg)

I'm looking to trade one of these younger players for a similar age and scoring forward, or better scoring mid. Hit me up with any offers.



Additionally, i have:
Shaun Burgoyne - 70avg
Jake Carlisle - 70avg
Griffin Logue - 70avg (injured after 5 games but back to back tons when that happened)

These guys could be traded for picks, depth in other positions, packaged with any other players for an upgrade, etc. I do rate Logue though so dont offer chips for him heh



Also have picks on the table (think i have N15 this year), and as shown the last few years in reserves, plenty of depth for those looking to maybe downgrade a player slightly in order to have a bit more coverage.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on September 22, 2020, 03:48:35 PM
A couple of updates on Toronto players who have come up in early trade discussions.

Tim Kelly
I am open to the idea of moving Tim to solve some problems down back. Any deal would need to involve a premium defender.

Tom T Lynch
Lynch is available to move. Searching for an equivalent midfielder of any age.

Jesse Hogan
His value is too low to justify trading. He will likely be staying but I am open to offers.

Jack Darling
It would take a very impressive offer for me to consider moving Darling. Blow me away or it probably isn't worth your time.

Isaac Heeney
See above regarding Darling.

Get in touch via Discord if you want to talk.

In addition to the above, these guys have come up in talks recently

Damon Greaves
Surprise packet. It is no secret that I need defenders, so he is a little harder to move than he would be in any other position. I'll listen to offers.

Lachlan Sholl
Coaches' favourite. He is an elite ball-user and the volume is increasing by week. I see him as a longer-term starter, so it's probably not worth your time inquiring if you disagree. Hard to move.

Jaeger O'Meara
Available. Need a midfielder back in any deal, though.

Sam Weideman
Prefer to keep. Blow me away.

Tobe Watson
Showed a handy ceiling in limited opportunity. Plus he has an awesome name. Moveable.

Sam Wicks
Forward pressure king. Handy depth with longer term upside, regains F status next season. Moveable, but you may face hot competition from a particular coach.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Koop on September 22, 2020, 04:05:43 PM
I've had a few chats with a couple of coaches about Mark Blicavs. I am open to moving him, and am currently fielding any offers you may have. Position does not matter, but I am looking to go younger. I am expecting him to be picking up ruck status, but will allow for a little bit of uncertainty to weigh on his worth in talks.

If you're interested, best to have a chat to me soon! :) 
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on September 22, 2020, 08:53:24 PM
Hey all!

Was busy with work today, but have leave booked for the rest of the week, which will give me plenty of time to get things in motion :)

Trade period will open tomorrow. I dunno when yet - it'll be after I post the rule outcomes, and post final salaries.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Jukes on September 22, 2020, 09:42:29 PM
Tomahawk/Porkins for sale, 106 averaging forward with ~3 years left in him. Discord me.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on September 23, 2020, 11:34:19 AM
Alrighty you crazy cats, the trade period is OPEN

The issue with the minimum/maximum salary caps is ongoing - I'm awaiting the AFL to advise as to what the list sizes will be next year.

I would proceed assuming that the current max and min caps will drop - so trade now at your own risk.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: JBs-Hawks on September 23, 2020, 12:27:51 PM
Shiels, Curnow, Murphy, McGrath can all be moved or packaged together for a for a forward or defender

Fisher available for pick 1
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on September 23, 2020, 04:33:55 PM
Chucking Steve May on the table for a mid or forward.

Max, Crippa and Fritta are the ones very likely staying. Otherwise the rest of the team is readily on the trade table.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Koop on September 23, 2020, 06:39:30 PM
Fisher available for pick 1

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Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: PowerBug on September 23, 2020, 07:20:26 PM
Alrighty you crazy cats, the trade period is OPEN

The issue with the minimum/maximum salary caps is ongoing - I'm awaiting the AFL to advise as to what the list sizes will be next year.

I would proceed assuming that the current max and min caps will drop - so trade now at your own risk.
Try emailing Gil yourself, see if he can give you the spill early  ;D Surely he'd understand the importance of this information
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Boomz on September 23, 2020, 08:48:40 PM
Hit me up on discord for trades, I'll reply to PM's on here but much slower. Looking for a couple of starting mids and forwards.

Available: Matthew Cottrell, Matthew Ling, Ethan Hughes, Chris Burgess, Matt Guelfi, Martin Gleeson, Rory Atkins, Lachie Plowman, Jamie Cripps, Kayne Turner, Nick Holman, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Brayden Ham, William Frampton

Maybe: Jason Johannisen, Jarman Impey, Sebastian Ross, Ben Long, Tom Phillips, Isaac Smith, Harry Cunningham, Brody Mihocek, Michael Gibbons, Brett Bewley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Xavier O'Halloran

Unlikely: Jordan Ridley, Lachie Whitfield, Zac Williams, Peter Ladhams, Josh Dunkley, Scott Lycett, Jayden Short, Liam Ryan, Michael Walters, Charlie Cameron, Ian Hill
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on September 23, 2020, 11:00:05 PM
Parker currently in a few discussions, if anyone else is interested. Needs to involve a foreward (or possibly a def but prefer a fwd)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on September 24, 2020, 08:47:33 PM
Toronto Wolves

Defenders
On the Market: Taylin Duman, Leo Connolly, Brad Lynch
Could be Moved: Wayne Milera, Ryan Burton, Michael Hibberd, Tobe Watson, Jack Buckley
Probably Staying: Alex Witherden, Damon Greaves, Lachlan Sholl, Justin McInerney

Midfielders
On the Market: Jaeger O'Meara, Rupert Wills, Corey Lyons
Could be Moved: Tim Kelly, Dan Hannebery, Marlion Pickett, Harry Jones
Probably Staying: Jack Macrae, Travis Boak, Dion Prestia

Rucks
Could be Moved: Paddy Ryder, Charlie Comben
Probably Staying: Rowan Marshall

Forwards
On the Market: Boyd Woodcock, Sam Skinner, Josh Corbett, Josh Morris, Billy Gowers, Atu Bosenavulagi, Fergus Greene
Could be Moved: Tom T Lynch, Jesse Hogan, Sam Weideman, Tom Atkins, Nick Larkey, Myles Poholke, James Bell, Sam Wicks
Probably Staying: Isaac Heeney, Jack Darling



A couple of updates on Toronto players who have come up in early trade discussions.

Tim Kelly
I am open to the idea of moving Tim to solve some problems down back. Any deal would need to involve a premium defender.

Tom T Lynch
Lynch is available to move. Searching for an equivalent midfielder of any age.

Jesse Hogan
His value is too low to justify trading. He will likely be staying but I am open to offers.

Jack Darling
It would take a very impressive offer for me to consider moving Darling. Blow me away or it probably isn't worth your time.

Isaac Heeney
See above regarding Darling.

Get in touch via Discord if you want to talk.

In addition to the above, these guys have come up in talks recently

Damon Greaves
Surprise packet. It is no secret that I need defenders, so he is a little harder to move than he would be in any other position. I'll listen to offers.

Lachlan Sholl
Coaches' favourite. He is an elite ball-user and the volume is increasing by week. I see him as a longer-term starter, so it's probably not worth your time inquiring if you disagree. Hard to move.

Jaeger O'Meara
Available. Need a midfielder back in any deal, though.

Sam Weideman
Prefer to keep. Blow me away.

Tobe Watson
Showed a handy ceiling in limited opportunity. Plus he has an awesome name. Moveable.

Sam Wicks
Forward pressure king. Handy depth with longer term upside, regains F status next season. Moveable, but you may face hot competition from a particular coach.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on September 25, 2020, 12:35:08 AM
"SELL IT"  ;D

A lot of people seem to be looking for a starting forward, and I've put up Luke Dahlhaus for trade, but for some reason he seems to be getting frowned upon, so I'm going to give you some perspective and show you that he is in fact a very worthy piece

- He just turned 28, has plenty of footy left
- He has years and years of 90+ avg in his history
- He averaged 85 just last year
- He was averaging over 80 this year before he missed a big chunk of the season injured, and his 70avg includes an injured score of 7

He's a 80-85fwd all day long, but here's the kicker

- Only 20 fwd players this year averaged 85 or more
- Petracca, Whitfield, Brayshaw, Greenwood, Simpkin, B.Smith and Dawson will all lose fwd status next year, and guys like Parish and Bolton are maybe 50/50 to keep it
- Mathieson and Jenkins in the Top 20 are irrelevant and can be removed

That leaves the following forwards for next year, who went 85+ this year:
Hawkins, Dusty, Walters, Heeney, Ryder, Dixon, Gray, Butters, Ladhams and Dev Smith.

Thats' it!

We know that Sidebottom and Dunkley are going to get forward status

We'll be lucky to have 10 forwards average 90+ next year

A fit Dahl going 80-85+ ain't too bad after all of that - even more so when you realise most of next years likely 90+ forwards are probably not attainable for the most part

Looking to get a good def or mid in return :)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on September 25, 2020, 02:36:36 PM
if any of the top 8 teams want more depth we can do 2 of jjk/hill/broad/mackay for a 1st round pick
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on September 28, 2020, 07:31:33 PM
Parker could be gone tonight, offers must contain a starting fwd Or defender
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on September 29, 2020, 01:13:41 PM
Apologies for the delay in trade vote ppl, will send out today.

Also  note that the De Goey trade has been deleted, due to pre existing interests not being correctly informed of his trade
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on September 29, 2020, 04:59:43 PM
Cairo

Defenders
On the Market: James Frawley, Daniel McKenzie, Ben Stratton, Corey Ellis, Jake Pasini
Could be Moved: Alex Keath, Oleg Markov, Buku Khamis, Jacob Kennerley, Matt McGuinness
Probably Staying: Tom Stewart, Nick Vlastuin, Jeremy McGovern, Shane Edwards, Josh Worrell

Midfielders
On the Market: Dayne Beams, Kyle Dunkley
Could be Moved: Mitch Robinson, Mark Hutchings, Fraser Turner, Tom Joyce
Probably Staying: Taylor Adams, Hugh McCluggage, Hugh Greenwood, Jye Caldwell, Tom Sparrow, Will Snelling, Riley Garcia

Rucks
Could be Moved: Rory Lobb, Matthew Flynn, Shane Mumford
Probably Staying:

Forwards
On the Market: Sam Lloyd, Travis Colyer, Sean Lemmens, Ben Crocker, Jacob Townsend, Darren Minchington
Could be Moved: David Zaharakis, Ben Brown, Jason Castagna, Alex Neal-Bullen, Jake Melksham, Ollie Hanrahan, Mathew Walker
Probably Staying: TJ Lynch, Lincoln McCarthy



Mostly needing depth and/or a '4' of every line (D4/M4/F4) and to try and make some sort of decision on our ruck situation.

Open to talks about anyone, but the guys in red are pretty unlikely to be going anywhere.

Discord preferred for discussion, FB works if you have me added (or want to add me), FF least preferred.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Torpedo10 on September 29, 2020, 07:18:23 PM
Jordan De Goey is on the move, and will likely be gone tonight.

Contact me via Discord or PMs.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on September 30, 2020, 08:43:16 AM
For anyone interested in top end talent, Pick 8 available for a high end starter, a combo of players or an equivalent top end talent. Also can be paired with a player or players as well obviously.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: JBs-Hawks on September 30, 2020, 09:50:27 AM
For anyone interested in top end talent, Pick 8 available for a high end starter, a combo of players or an equivalent top end talent. Also can be paired with a player or players as well obviously.

A high end started  ???
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on September 30, 2020, 10:22:00 AM
For anyone interested in top end talent, Pick 8 available for a high end starter, a combo of players or an equivalent top end talent. Also can be paired with a player or players as well obviously.

A high end started  ???
I mean, if Cotch is going for 13 then I figure a top 10 pick nets a better player than him, that's what I meant essentially.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Boomz on September 30, 2020, 11:49:05 AM
On that note :P Pick 5 is also on the table for a premium mid. Happy to discuss additional players/picks.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on September 30, 2020, 11:59:25 AM
Pick 2 is on the table as well

Looking for a starting mid as main preference, or possibly a forward/defender

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on September 30, 2020, 12:32:52 PM
Pick 3 is on the table for a premium mid or maybe fwd or def
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: JBs-Hawks on September 30, 2020, 01:04:37 PM
Pick 4 is on the table for a premium
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on October 01, 2020, 02:06:02 PM
Pick 53 on the table for a premium+ or an Elite Captain option.
 Prefer 120+ avg, but will settle for a 115+avg(Only IF the player is any good)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on October 01, 2020, 02:23:57 PM
Pick 53 on the table for a premium+ or an Elite Captain option.
 Prefer 120+ avg, but will settle for a 115+avg(Only IF the player is any good)

I can probably part with Steele for that, but I'd need Bont & Titch for Pick 57. I'll throw PSD 3 in as a sweetener
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Holz on October 01, 2020, 02:35:44 PM
Pick 53 on the table for a premium+ or an Elite Captain option.
 Prefer 120+ avg, but will settle for a 115+avg(Only IF the player is any good)

darn was going to offer Matt Crouch but he doesnt meet the cut
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on October 01, 2020, 02:54:24 PM
Pick 53 on the table for a premium+ or an Elite Captain option.
 Prefer 120+ avg, but will settle for a 115+avg(Only IF the player is any good)

darn was going to offer Matt Crouch but he doesnt meet the cut
I like what Brad Crouch is snorting, he might have something worth #53 just up his nose alone.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Torpedo10 on October 01, 2020, 10:30:17 PM
28yo 110+avg. Mid that played every game.  Lyons will never get tagged and a reasonable Captain option.

I'm looking for anything and everything, so fire away.  Offer depth defenders or late picks, great.
   Or make a real offer and have a chance.  He's on sale for 48 hours, or until I sober up.
This is the UTM we need to see more of.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 03, 2020, 12:37:36 PM
Awaiting votes from:

Beijing Thunder
Cairo Sands
Christchurch Saints
London Royals
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Torpedo10 on October 03, 2020, 01:23:39 PM
Libba could be gone by tonight!
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 03, 2020, 04:02:44 PM
Quote
Trade 1
New York trade: Pick 21
New Delhi trade: Sam Taylor

Trade 2
Dublin trade: Pick 13
Christchurch trade: Trent Cotchin

Trade 3
Berlin trade: Jack Steven + Pick 64
Pacific trade: Pick 17 + Pick 35

Trade 4
Dublin trade: Pick 31
Moscow trade: Levi Casboult + PSD Pick 23

Trade 5
Moscow trade: Jack Crisp, Joe Daniher, Pick 4 + Pick 23
Seoul trade: Josh Kelly, Nick Bryan, Pick 18 + Pick 36

Trade 6
New York trade: Steven Motlop
Rio de Janeiro trade: Dom Tyson

Trade 7
Moscow trade: Jordan De Goey, Patrick Lipinski + Pick 41
Buenos Aires trade: Luke Parker + Pick 22

Two teams left to vote, but all trades above has received 1 vote or less, and thus auto-pass.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on October 04, 2020, 08:42:39 PM
Why im doing this so early i dont know  :P

Want to keep but theres always a price
Tradable but prefer to keep
Tradable for the right deal

D: Adam Cerra, Riley Bonner, Nicholas Coffield, Jack Scrimshaw, Lachlan Ash, Shaun Atley, Daniel Talia, Jimmy Webster, Jordan Roughead, Jesse Joyce, Conor Glass, Michael Hartley, Riley Grundy, Rory Thompson, Jake Stein, Cian McBride

M: Jarrod Berry, Jacob Hopper, Ollie Wines, Andrew Brayshaw, Oliver Florent, Tom Green, Caleb Serong, Brodie Kemp, Jeremy Sharp, Kamdyn McIntosh, Joe Atley, Lochie O'Brien,

R: Reilly O'Brien, Kieran Strachan (FWD), Keegan Brooksby

F: Chad Wingard (MID), Darcy Parish (MID), Cameron Rayner, Jordan de goey, Patrick Lipinski, Will Hayward, Connor Budarick (MID), Aiden Bonar (MID), Ben Ronke, Jayden Hunt, Nathan Kreuger, Cam Polson, Jacob Heron, Matthew Owies (MID), Ross McQuillan
Looking for a starting defender, age isnt and issue really

Happy to discuss any other deals too
N3 also on the table :P

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: PowerBug on October 05, 2020, 11:46:45 AM
Rio de Janeiro Jaguars

do not ask
standard player
Jack Ziebell
AFL de-listed

Def: Brayden Maynard, Daniel Rich, Hamish Hartlett, Will Day, Luke Brown, Isaac Cumming, Josh Walker, Aaron Francis, Levi Greenwood, Sam J Reid, Joel Hamling

Mid: Nat Fyfe, Jack Viney, Elliot Yeo, Tim Taranto, Karl Amon, Reece Conca, Oskar Baker, Sam Philp, James Parsons, James Jordon

Ruck: Callum Sinclair, Andrew Phillips, Hayden McLean, Tom De Koning, Sam Hayes, Michael Knoll

Fwd: Gary Rohan, Eric Hipwood, Jeremy Cameron, Todd Marshall, Jeremy Finlayson, Steven Motlop, Bailey Dale, Tarryn Thomas, Bradley Close, Mitch W Brown, Jack Ziebell, Will Kelly, Jordan Gallucci

Others: Shaun McKernan, Will Schoefield, Mason Wood, Ben Jacobs, Matthew Kreuzer, Corey Wagner


Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: JBs-Hawks on October 06, 2020, 11:07:26 AM
@toga - heads up RD and Nige are gunning for your head on discord, better login every hour on the hour to keep the people happy!
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on October 06, 2020, 12:24:08 PM
@toga - heads up RD and Nige are gunning for your head on discord, better login every hour on the hour to keep the people happy!
Last time I checked, "don't want Toga sacked" meant the opposite of "gunning for your head" but don't let that get in the way of the juicy narrative.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on October 06, 2020, 12:37:28 PM
@toga - heads up RD and Nige are gunning for your head on discord, better login every hour on the hour to keep the people happy!
Last time I checked, "don't want Toga sacked" meant the opposite of "gunning for your head" but don't let that get in the way of the juicy narrative.

And last time I checked "Nothing public, just a PM from admin suggesting he might benefit from getting an assistant, or if he could try to get on at least once a week" wasn't "gunning for his head" either

Well done JB for making it public and something out of nothing, the absolute opposite of what I suggested  ::)



Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: meow meow on October 06, 2020, 12:59:12 PM
I'm the new assistant coach at Beijing. Send your enquiries my way.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on October 07, 2020, 11:44:20 AM
Ben Brown look on his way out if anyone wants to make an offer.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: meow meow on October 07, 2020, 02:50:08 PM
Ben Brown look on his way out if anyone wants to make an offer.

This year was a write off, but he's a 75-80 average forward, has 4 years left and looking to change clubs so he'll bounce back. Good enough for a starting position, especially next year which is looking thin for forwards. Get your offers in now!
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on October 07, 2020, 04:33:21 PM
Ben Brown look on his way out if anyone wants to make an offer.

This year was a write off, but he's a 75-80 average forward, has 4 years left and looking to change clubs so he'll bounce back. Good enough for a starting position, especially next year which is looking thin for forwards. Get your offers in now!
This man understands 8)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 08, 2020, 08:42:50 PM
Quote
Trade 8
New York trade: Pick 39 + Trey Ruscoe
Mexico City trade: Pick 26

Trade 9
New York trade: James Harmes, Jake Aarts + Pick 26
New York receive: Isaac Quaynor + Pick 46

Berlin trade: Isaac Quaynor, Pick 17 + Pick 46
Berlin receive: George Hewett, James Harmes + Pick 26

Moscow trade: George Hewett
Moscow receive: Jake Aarts + Pick 17

Trade 10
New York trades: Harry Jones + Pick 46
Moscow trades: Pick 31 + Pick 59

Trade 11
New York trade: Ronin O'Connor + Pick 31
Tokyo trade: Jamie Cripps + Pick 60

Trade 12
New York trade: Eddie Betts
New Delhi trade: Pick 56

Trade 13
Dublin trade: Cody Weightman + Pick 49
Tokyo trade: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Trade 14
Pacific trade:  Bailey J Williams + Callum Jamieson
Mexico City trade:  Charlie Constable

Trade 15
Moscow trade: Tom Liberatore + Pick 22
Tokyo trade: Jason Johannisen, Pick 24 + Pick 31

Trade 16
Moscow trade: Sam Petrevski-Seton, Ryan Clarke + Sam Sturt
Mexico trade: James Worpel + Kysaiah Pickett

Trade 17
Moscow trade: Jack Sinclair + PSD Pick 5
New Delhi trade: Pick 20, Pick 21 + Pick 38

With one team left (London), since the above trades have received 2 votes or less, they all auto-pass.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 15, 2020, 08:30:54 PM
Quote
Trade 18
New York trade: Dan Houston, Kyle Langford, Pick 2 + PSD Pick 3
New Delhi trade: Jake Lloyd + Jack Sinclair

Trade 19
Christchurch trade: Pick 37
Cairo trade: Jake Pasini + Pick 45

Trade 20
Cairo trade: Ben Brown + Pick 37
Rio de Janeiro trade: Jeremy Finlayson, Josh Walker, Sam Philp + Pick 25

Trade 21
Buenos Aires trade: Kamdyn McIntosh
Rio de Janeiro trade: Aaron Francis

3 teams still to vote (London, Christchurch, Beijing)\

Trades 19-21 have received either 0 or 1 votes. Even if those trades with 1 votes get another 3, I won't be overturning the pass decision, so they pass.

Trade 18 - subject of much debate today on Discord - has received 6 votes, which moves it to the 'rejected - but can be overturned by admin' category.

Coaches comments: *paraphrasing* Believe NDT are not receiving ample compensation for losing its best player - one that averages 30 points more than its next highest averaging player. Considering that the substantial loss (-30 pts) is amplified by no captain option going the other way (so another -30 points), it is felt that New York may need to revise what it's trading, whereby the variance between Lloyd's average and any player New York give in return is reduced.

Admin comments: I've seen these trades go either way, but it appears the key factor here is the circumstances of New Delhi, whereby trading Lloyd leaves it without a player averaging more than 92 in 2020 (a solo game by Hinge aside). The resultant loss to New Delhi's best XV is therefore bigger than most teams, and I don't disagree enough with the coaches when they say this loss is inadequately covered, at least in a best XV sense, by what New York is trading.

Verdict: REJECTED

Closing remark: I understand having a trade be rejected can be frustrating. In the moment, it's easy to express that frustration hastily, and in language that can irk negative debate. It's just not necessary - from both sides. In the future, I hope these conversations can be more civil going forward, and that coaches can just walk away from debate which is not helpful. It's hard (I get tested all the time), but honestly, WXVs is not worth hanging onto that negative energy. Let it go, move on, and view it as an opportunity to either negotiate a better deal, or see what else is out there. You'll be better for it.

I'll send the reasons provided to New Delhi and New York shortly.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Nige on October 16, 2020, 04:35:15 PM
Happy to package up picks 25 and 27 for something, open to ideas but a defender, mid or even a higher pick would do. 
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on October 18, 2020, 05:29:02 PM
There is a possibility Hopper, Florent and Budarick could all go soon, if you have asked about these please consider this your noticed as all 3 have been asked about a bit and i cant remember who :P
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Urbaninfinnity on October 20, 2020, 12:25:31 PM
Beijing Thunder

(Assuming our trades are passed)

Defenders:
On the table: Jaxon Prior, Francis Watson
Could be moved: Marcus Adams, Tom Jonas
Probably staying: Caleb Daniel, Dan Houston, Bachar Houli, Wil Powell

Midfielders:
On the table: Callan Ward, Tom Cutler, Ed Phillips, Callum Porter
Could be moved: James Aish, Dan Howe
Probably staying: Choccy Neale, Tom Rockliff, David Swallow, Brandon Ellis, Kyron Hayden

Rucks:
On the table: Callum Coleman Jones, Sam Alabakis
Probably staying: Brodie Grundy

Forwards:
On the table: Josh Caddy, Tex Walker, Ned Cahill, Jake Tarca, Callum M Brown
Could be moved: Mason Cox, Kane Farrell, Tyson Stengle
Probably staying: Milo, Dayne Zorko, Kane Lambert, Luke Breust, Dan Butler, Max King, Jy Farrar

Looking for an alright D4 type, and an alright mid. All picks are on the table
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 20, 2020, 08:35:02 PM
3 teams to go

Only trade 22 and 25 has received votes so far, so the rest will autopass.

22 and 25 are still pending
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 21, 2020, 09:34:38 PM
1 team to go

Trade 22 auto-passes.

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Jukes on October 21, 2020, 10:52:09 PM
1 team to go

Trade 22 auto-passes.

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Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 22, 2020, 02:25:24 PM
Trade 25
Christchurch trade: Mark Blicavs + Pick 1
New York trade: Xavier Duursma, Isaac Quaynor, Tom McDonald + Louis Butler

Received 5 votes, with the consensus feeling that Christchurch wasn't receiving enough compensation for Blicavs, where Pick 1 was considered worth Duursma + Quaynor, or at least the bulk of it. Given Blicavs is a genuine premo with chances of R status, the remaining pieces were felt inadequate for his worth.

1 coach thought the exact opposite.

I don't disagree with the coaches enough to overturn, so this trade passes.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on October 22, 2020, 05:36:40 PM
20yo Duursma with 30 matches under his belt and avg. 70+ in his first two seasons.
   NY took him 7th in the 2018 draft.  Even if that was slightly high, he was going in the top 10.
     
If Duurs was available(currently as is) in this draft, fair chance he would be taken in the top 3
   ....Could be a Port bias on my part.

Not sure how NY are not paying enough.  And that's my 1.9 cents

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on October 22, 2020, 06:25:15 PM
20yo Duursma with 30 matches under his belt and avg. 70+ in his first two seasons.
   NY took him 7th in the 2018 draft.  Even if that was slightly high, he was going in the top 10.
     
If Duurs was available(currently as is) in this draft, fair chance he would be taken in the top 3
   ....Could be a Port bias on my part.

Not sure how NY are not paying enough.  And that's my 1.9 cents

This guy gets it  :-* :-* :-*



Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on October 22, 2020, 06:51:05 PM
Surely he's only gained value since being drafted.  A known vs an unknown(given so few under-18 matches).
   It's not like there's a stand out Walsh or Rowell this season.  Anyhow it passed so there ya go.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Koop on October 24, 2020, 12:04:11 AM
I've had a few people ask about Brennan Cox, and while I am very hesitant, I've also found myself with the nice problem of a surplus of starting-quality defenders, so I am open to bringing in someone else to strengthen another line long term.

Averaged 80 this year when finally given a good run at it, and 86 post-bye. Less than 50 games into his career as a big man, so has more improvement in him too.

Enquire within! :)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: GoLions on October 24, 2020, 07:26:08 PM
Happy to package N11 with one of Cunnington, Higgins, or Shiels for a younger mid.

Alternatively, can be packaged with any player for an upgrade on that player, or even on its own for a player of any position, for anyone looking to hit the draft.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on October 24, 2020, 11:17:56 PM
Looking for a 70+ defender, doesn't have to be a sexy option but if they're not best 22 I'm not interested. Contact via Discord.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on October 25, 2020, 03:36:09 PM

Want to keep but theres always a price
Tradable but prefer to keep
Tradable for the right deal

D: Jayden Short, Adam Cerra, Nicholas Coffield, Jack Scrimshaw, Lachlan Ash, Riley Bonner, Aaron Francis, Daniel Talia, Jimmy Webster, Jordan Roughead, Jesse Joyce, Conor Glass, Michael Hartley, Riley Grundy, Rory Thompson, Jake Stein, Cian McBride

M: Ollie Wines, Jarrod Berry, Andrew Brayshaw, Tom Green, Caleb Serong, Brodie Kemp, Jeremy Sharp, Joe Atley, Lochie O'Brien,

R: Reilly O'Brien, Kieran Strachan (FWD), Keegan Brooksby

F: Chad Wingard (MID), Jordan De Goey, Patrick Lipinski, Darcy Parish (MID), Cameron Rayner, Will Hayward, Aiden Bonar (MID), Ben Ronke, Jayden Hunt, Nathan Kreuger, Cam Polson, Jacob Heron, Matthew Owies (MID), Ross McQuillan

Picks: N3, N5, N24, N40, N41, N46, N58
Just updating my list preferences

Im quite happy with my position structure until dpps but am happy to discuss deals for anyone not in red but would likely have to involve a guy of the same position

Im also looking for a pick in the 10-16 range, weather that be adding something one of my other picks (N24), directly in a deal or even downgrading N5 to one + something extra (this last option is least preferred).
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Ringo on October 26, 2020, 12:22:01 PM
As most have been aware had a fair bit going on to date.

So advising that there are 2 deals that may be posted today and if you had asked about them and I have not advised apologies as it means PMs have got misplaced in my filing system.

Will be posting this evening as these 2 players look like leaving London Hardwick and Bews.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 26, 2020, 08:11:40 PM
Quote
Trade 28
Cairo trade: Pick 25 + Pick 27
PNL trade: Hayden Crozier + Changkuoth Jiath

Trade 29
Cape Town trade: Sam Collins
Seoul trade: Liam Shiels + Jamie Elliott

Trade 30
Pacific trade: Matt de Boer + Pick 71
Rio de Janeiro trade: Pick 43

Trade 31
New York trade: Jack Steele + Josh Rotham
Seoul trade: Andrew McGrath, Christian Salem + Jake Riccardi

Trade 32
Toronto trade: Nick Larkey
Mexico City trade: Tom Williamson

1 team to go (Toronto)

All trades have received 2 or less votes, so all auto-pass.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 28, 2020, 08:20:51 PM
Following teams yet to vote

Cairo Sands
Christchurch Saints
Moscow Spetsnaz
Rio de Janeiro Jaguars
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on October 29, 2020, 04:26:41 PM
All trades auto-pass
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 08, 2020, 09:04:41 AM
Trade 38
New York trade: Lachie Henderson + Pick 30
Beijing trade: Pick 28 + Pick 34

Following teams yet to vote

Cairo Sands
Christchurch Saints
Mexico City Suns

But, trade has received no negs, so auto-passes
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: DazBurg on November 14, 2020, 01:00:16 PM
Dylan Shiel could sadly be on the move

just letting all know that we have perhaps discussed with
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 15, 2020, 10:20:46 AM
A reminder, there is 3 weeks left of the trade period
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: GoLions on November 19, 2020, 07:17:40 PM
#14 is available for a starting Fwd or Mid.
Brad Ebert is available
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 19, 2020, 08:15:49 PM
Noting that the minimum cap is now $8.3M, the question has come up as to the cap requirements for those flirting with the minimum cap.

We've calculated the new cap based on the average of the top 738, effectively excluding almost 100 players with a cap of $100k.

So, I'll now assume that your 'effective' trade period starting point was your original starting point, minus however many players you had excess of 41, times $100k.

This only really appears to effect Christchurch, whom have now started the trade period 'below' the minimum cap. As such, they just need to submit a list lodgement of 41 with a cap over 8,074,000, rather than strictly above $8.3M.

TeamNormal                Excess players over 41          Effective starting point
Beijing Thunder 11,076,000 3 10,776,000
Berlin Brewers 10,197,000 4 9,797,000
Buenos Aires Armadillos 10,037,000 6 9,437,000
Cairo Sands 10,097,000 6 9,497,000
Cape Town Cobras 10,758,000 5 10,258,000
Christchurch Saints 8,574,000 5 8,074,000
Dublin Destroyers 10,455,000 3 10,155,000
London Royals 9,975,000 5 9,475,000
Mexico City Suns 9,996,000 6 9,396,000
Moscow Spetsnaz 10,719,000 5 10,219,000
New Delhi Tigers 9,479,000 4 9,079,000
New York Revolution 9,720,000 5 9,220,000
Pacific Islanders 10,995,000 5 10,495,000
PNL Reindeers 10,649,000 5 10,149,000
Rio de Janeiro Jaguars 10,752,000 5 10,252,000
Seoul Magpies 10,786,000 3 10,486,000
Tokyo Samurai 11,054,000 5 10,554,000
Toronto Wolves 10,603,000 4 10,203,000
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on November 19, 2020, 08:26:43 PM
Happy to look at any last minute trade ideas!

N5 is movable for those interested. Also happy to package up 2 of my later picks for a slightly earlier one for those need list sizes

Wingard also movable for the right deal (may need Atleast a lesser fwd involved back)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on November 21, 2020, 04:27:49 PM
Updating this as a few pieces have changed hands since,

Toronto Wolves

Defenders
On the Market: Taylin Duman, Leo Connolly
Could be Moved: Wayne Milera, Ryan Burton, Michael Hibberd, Tom Williamson, Tobe Watson, Jack Buckley
Probably Staying: Alex Witherden, Damon Greaves, Lachlan Sholl, Justin McInerney

Midfielders
On the Market: Marlion Pickett, Rupert Wills, Harry Jones
Could be Moved: Jack Macrae, Travis Boak, Dion Prestia, Tim Kelly, Luke Shuey, Tom Phillips, Dan Hannebery

Rucks
Could be Moved: Paddy Ryder

Forwards
On the Market: Jesse Hogan, Tom Atkins, James Bell, Sam Wicks, Josh Corbett, Josh Morris, Atu Bosenavulagi
Could be Moved: Tom T Lynch, Sam Weideman, Boyd Woodcock
Probably Staying: Rowan Marshall, Isaac Heeney, Jack Darling

NAT: 21, 29, 61, 65



Looking for a 65+ defender, otherwise pretty settled. Happy to move N21, N29 or both for the right defender.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 22, 2020, 08:14:47 AM
Cairo, Christchurch and London still to vote.

Trades 39, 41 and 42 auto-pass.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 22, 2020, 03:42:32 PM
Preuss.

Come get him.

I don't mind an offer I've got.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 22, 2020, 07:50:03 PM
Quote
Trade 40
Dublin trade: Marc Pittonet, Trent Cotchin + Ned Reeves
PNL trade: Dylan Shiel + Pick 50

Trade received 4 negs.

Which mean it has passed, but I have the power to overturn.

The feeling was that PNL may be inadvertently paying for a false R1, given the expected competition TDK will present going forward. As such, the price of Dylan Shiel was deemed too much to pay.

Whilst this might end up being the case, I don't think I could justify overturning a trade result based on a speculative 21yo ruckman whose played 9 career games, featuring 1 score above 71. The trade is passed.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on November 27, 2020, 06:57:36 PM
for people asking about Finn

he is gettable but like we wont be selling him cheap like most who ask are hoping, we took him with pick 16 and think he will get games next year

it will take a first round player or pick to get us interested in trading him
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on November 28, 2020, 09:39:16 PM
Quote
Trade 43
Rio de Janeiro trade: Pick 21 + Pick 61
Toronto trade: Charlie Comben + Pick 47

Trade 44
PNL trade: Jarrod Brander + Pick 25
Mexico City trade: Tom Hickey + Pick 39

Trade 45
Berlin trade: Braydon Preuss, George Hewett, Josh Thomas, Pick 9 + Pick 26
Berlin receive: Jeremy McGovern, Tom J Lynch, Cameron Zurhaar, Pick 8 + Pick 19

Cairo trade: Jeremy McGovern, Rory Lobb, Tom J Lynch + Pick 8
Cairo receive: Braydon Preuss, Kieren Briggs, Brennan Cox + Pick 9

Christchurch trade: Brennan Cox, Cameron Zurhaar, Kieren Briggs + Pick 19
Christchurch receive: Rory Lobb, George Hewett, Josh Thomas + Pick 26

Trade 46
Toronto trade: Sam Wicks
New Delhi trade: Nathan Broad

Trade 47
Beijing trade: Sam Alabakis
Beijing receive: Jack Hombsch

Cairo trade: Travis Colyer
Cairo receive: Patrick Ambrose

Cape Town trade: Zach Guthrie
Cape Town receive: Leo Connolly

Christchurch trade: Patrick Ambrose
Christchurch receive: Jack Silvagni

Mexico trade: Jack Silvagni
Mexico receive: Zach Guthrie

Moscow trade: Jack Hombsch
Moscow receive: Shaun McKernan

Rio de Janeiro trade: Shaun McKernan
Rio de Janeiro receive: Travis Colyer

Toronto trade: Leo Connolly
Toronto receive: Sam Alabakis

All votes are in

All trades autopass
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on November 29, 2020, 07:59:11 AM
if any contenders want ruck depth we will take a late 1st rounder for stef and can maybe package something else
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on November 29, 2020, 08:40:57 AM
if any contenders want ruck depth we will take a late 1st rounder for stef and can maybe package something else
That's a bargain
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Holz on November 29, 2020, 01:41:16 PM
if any contenders want ruck depth we will take a late 1st rounder for stef and can maybe package something else

Don't have a 1st but would my first pick be fine?
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on November 30, 2020, 03:33:49 AM
a deal involving stef is looking likely to be done

no not for pick 50 holz
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Holz on November 30, 2020, 12:20:18 PM
a deal involving stef is looking likely to be done

no not for pick 50 holz

no problem, thanks for keeping me in the loop.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: PowerBug on December 01, 2020, 08:13:16 PM
Rio de Janeiro Jaguars

do not ask
standard player
Jack Ziebell
Awaiting trade confirmation
AFL de-listed

Def: Brayden Maynard, Daniel Rich, Hamish Hartlett, Will Day, Reece Conca, Luke Brown, Isaac Cumming, Levi Greenwood, Joel Hamling, Changkuoth Jiath.

Mid: Nat Fyfe, Jack Viney, Elliot Yeo, Tim Taranto, Karl Amon, Kamdyn McIntosh, Matt de Boer, Oskar Baker, James Jordon.

Ruck: Callum Sinclair, Andrew Phillips, Hayden McLean, Tom De Koning, Sam Hayes.

Fwd: Eric Hipwood, Jeremy Cameron, Ben Brown, Todd Marshall, Gary Rohan, Steven Motlop, Travis Colyer, Tarryn Thomas, Bradley Close, Mitch W Brown, Will Kelly, Charlie Comben, Bailey Dale.

Draft Picks: N6, N37, N47, N55, N71, PSD7, PSD25, PSD43

Current cap: $9,439,000

Others: Jordan Gallucci, Will Schofield, Mason Wood, Ben Jacobs, Matthew Kreuzer, Corey Wagner, Michael Knoll, James Parsons
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Ringo on December 01, 2020, 09:18:41 PM
I owe everyone in Worlds an apology due to my not keeping adequate track of offers during my busy 5 week work period and a number of personal issues as well.

In the midst of all this had a computer rebuild where I lost a fair bit of information including a trade monitoring sheet I was keeping and have just manged to recover it.

So basically that means that due to these unfortunate circumstances both the Hore and DeKonning trades have been autonegged.

As the trade period is drawing to a close I am now putting both players up for offers and the period will expire Thursday evening.

Bear in mind this will be subjective on my part and I may value offers differently to you to suit Royals. 

Picks or mid depth will be what I would be looking for.

So over to you all and I will be on discord most of both days to discuss. (Out Thursday Morning though)
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Ringo on December 01, 2020, 10:10:06 PM
Further to the above just advising that N12 is possibly on the move again.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 02, 2020, 08:56:56 AM
Bruce is probably gone today but in a different deal basically we getting Snelling ourselves so if you think you can beat him

kilbluff#3625 on discord if you wanna discuss will give until tonight to post it

koop i dont have u blocked and sent a friend request


 
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on December 02, 2020, 07:11:20 PM

D: Jayden Short, Adam Cerra, Riley Bonner, Nicholas Coffield, Jack Scrimshaw, Lachlan Ash, Aaron Francis, Daniel Talia, Jimmy Webster, Jordan Roughead, Michael Hartley, Riley Grundy, Rory Thompson, Jake Stein, Cian McBride

M: Jarrod Berry, Ollie Wines, Andrew Brayshaw, Tom Green, Caleb Serong, Brodie Kemp, Brayden Sier, Jeremy Sharp, Lochie O'Brien

R: Reilly O'Brien, Kieran Strachan (FWD), Keegan Brooksby

F: Chad Wingard (MID), Darcy Parish (MID), Cameron Rayner, Jordan de goey, Patrick Lipinski, Will Hayward, Aiden Bonar (MID), Ben Ronke, Jayden Hunt, Nathan Kreuger, Matthew Owies (MID), Ross McQuillan
N3, N5, N40, N41, N46, N49, N58

Revised list preferences
Happy to do some last minute deals
Both Lipinski and Wingard can be traded would prefer a lesser fwd involved with Wingard though

Am intereted in another pick in the 7-15 range whether it be direct for player or a player downgrade (or even adding to it for N5)
Otherwise happy to discuss all kinds of deals :)


Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 04, 2020, 09:17:09 PM
Cairo, Christchurch still to vote.



Trades 48, 51* and 52 auto-pass

*51 is contingent on 50.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 04, 2020, 10:22:20 PM
Quote
Trade 53
London trade: Pick 12
London receive: Stef Martin + Pick 24

New Delhi trade: Stef Martin + Brayden Sier
New Delhi receive: Pick 12

Buenos trade: Pick 24
Buenos receive: Brayden Sier

Trade received 7 votes, and thus fails although overturnable by me.

Coaches overwhelming felt Stef doesn't get in the Pick 12 ballpark, and that New Delhi were hence winning this trade by too much. I agree with the coaches.

Trade is rejected.

Reasons will be sent to the coaches in the morning.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 04, 2020, 10:24:37 PM
Quote
Trade 50
Cape Town trade: Pick 33
Beijing trade: Callum Coleman-Jones + Pick 70

Trade received 4 votes.

This means it passes, although overturnable by me.

The coaches felt that CCJ is worth more. Whilst that may be the case, I'm not overturning the trade because a 1-gamer, developing ruckman is worth too much.

Trade passes.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 04, 2020, 10:52:10 PM
Quote
Trade 49
Beijing trade: Max King, Tom Jonas, Pick 16 + Pick 30
Moscow trade: Blake Acres + Pick 20

Trade received 5 votes.

This means it passes, although overturnable by me.

The coaches felt that Acres is not worth what's being given up for him, and that he may falsely be assumed to be a fwd next year.

I confess, this has been a tough one to deliberate on. I must stress here, that my role is to see whether the coaches reasonings are compelling enough for me to overturn the result from a PASS to a FAIL.

The key arguements were:
 - Acres will be a MID only;
 - Acres and King have comparable value; and
 - 1 or 2 elements need to be dropped by Beijing, namely Jonas + 30, Jonas + the pick upgrade or the pick upgrade + 30

1) I think we all accept Acres is a mid only next year. So tick.

2) This is an interesting one. King averaged 61 this year and it is accepted he is on an upward trajectory. Historically, Acres has fluctuated between 70 and almost 90, having been interrupted by injuries along the way. Whilst he does have upside, I think based on history this can reasonably be expected to temper or discount any expected upside, for the purposes of evaluating the trade. As such, I'm inclined to view this as a 61 fwd + expected improvement (5 years younger) FOR an 85 mid. I think they are reasonably around the mark, but I do lean slightly towards Acres, but only slightly.

3) Given my conclusions in 1) and 2), I also subscribe to the argument that there is 1 too many beads on the side of the scale, given I think it is reasonable to value King and Acres around the same mark.

Is the imbalance too much to neg the trade?

1 bead tipping the scale? No. 2 beads? In this case, yes. I believe that in a perfect world, Acres + 20 FOR King + 16 is sensible, and that Jonas + 30 are the two beads tipping the scale.

After much consideration, I'm opting to REJECT this trade.

I believe the fix is simple. Beijing is to remove a bead or two.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 05, 2020, 02:55:04 AM
 smfh

its not just 12 for stef its stef and 24 for 12

Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 06, 2020, 08:41:58 AM
Please advise, I've now extended the trade period deadline til tomorrow.

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Finish date: Monday 7 December 8:00 pm AEDST
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: iZander on December 07, 2020, 05:51:56 PM
Hawks number 1 ruck brooksby for a pick upgrade
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on December 07, 2020, 07:39:09 PM
#40+#53  for an upgrade
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 09, 2020, 07:16:39 PM
Christchurch Saints
Mexico City Suns
Moscow Spetsnaz
PNL Reindeers

still to vote
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on December 10, 2020, 06:54:39 PM
But I want to draft now. 
   
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 10, 2020, 09:31:44 PM
All trades auto pass.

Draft won't start till at least Saturday, sorry
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on December 12, 2020, 12:16:36 AM
As most of you know CD/Herald Sun released a bunch of 2021 positions today and I have now updated Lists By Position to reflect all of those changes

AFL Fantasy Twitter also provided a heap of positions, so I have scrolled through all their tweets and made all of those additional updates too

This should help with Trade Period 2 :)

If more tweets are made tomorrow with more positions - let me know
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 12, 2020, 12:21:01 AM
thanks RD
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 12, 2020, 09:38:12 AM
Thanks RD!



I have ambitions to start the draft today, so stay tuned everyone!
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: RaisyDaisy on December 12, 2020, 04:53:44 PM
https://dreamteamtalk.com/2020/12/12/2021-afl-fantasy-positions/

I've just gone through this and made all of the updates. Such a brutal and tedious task lol

I've probably missed a few, so check over your team, and if I have, just PM me

Thanks
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Hellopplz on December 13, 2020, 12:59:01 PM
Beautiful RD, cheers :-* :-* :-*
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Purple 77 on December 20, 2020, 11:58:27 AM
For those playing at home

Beijing was forced to take on players which exceeded the maximum cap.

Given that they submitted a legal list lodgement, the directive I've given them is to reduce their cap to be under the minimum in TP2.

However, if Beijing is unfairly being taken advantage of, then I won't force them to do a trade they're not comfortable making.

This is a gentlemen's agreement, so lets be understanding. We'll see how it lands.

TP2 is now open. Have a nice Christmas everyone.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Urbaninfinnity on December 20, 2020, 01:28:09 PM
The rumours are true  :o

Choccy Neale can potentially be moved to try and alleviate our cap struggles.

If you want him you can make an offer, but it better be good.

Pretty much everyone else is available too, save for Milo, and probably Grundy because rucks.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: fanTCfool on December 20, 2020, 05:44:34 PM
Forwards: One of Tom T Lynch, Tom Phillips and Jack Darling can be moved for an equivalent player on another line, preferably a midfielder, though I would also consider defenders.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: PowerBug on December 21, 2020, 08:44:06 AM
And what happens if they don't go under the max cap?
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on December 21, 2020, 01:21:11 PM
And what happens if they don't go under the max cap?
The complete removal of the bollocks with a rusty bottle top.
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: Holz on December 21, 2020, 01:31:05 PM
And what happens if they don't go under the max cap?
The complete removal of the bollocks with a rusty bottle top.

forced to trade forward line with PI

aka "complete removal of the bollocks with a rusty bottle top."
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: kilbluff1985 on December 21, 2020, 01:53:38 PM
still entertaining offers for Lloyd if anyone wants to try

2 premos we like under 25 or a super premo and a rookie we like

to save peoples time of the rookies this year in the top 10 only really like phillips, perkins, macrae
Title: Re: WXV Trade Confabulation 2020
Post by: upthemaidens on December 23, 2020, 05:18:23 PM
And what happens if they don't go under the max cap?
The complete removal of the bollocks with a rusty bottle top.

forced to trade forward line with PI

aka "complete removal of the bollocks with a rusty bottle top."
Razor sharp wit there.

Dublins youth policy is to select players with the least amount of liver spots.