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Title: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 15, 2014, 06:46:15 AM
28 trades left & $3100


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright McDonald Langdon  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Tyson Polec Dunstan Ellis  (Aish Crouch)

Sandilands Leuenberger  (Thurlow King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Caddy  (Rohan Kennedy-Harris)


Thinking...

Caddy > Fasolo
Leuenberger > Cox

Only leaves with a lousy $1000 though. Or should I downgrade to a Hampson, West, McIntosh, Simpson, etc. to make a little cash?

I'd love your thoughts guys!
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: tor01doc on April 15, 2014, 06:52:33 AM
This team seems to have very few problems - a rarity indeed.

Don't worry about the cash stash - your rookies are all making for you.

Lloyd is a great target if he performs this week.

Cox or maybe Jacobs - I personally couldn't do Jacobs again though. Also his round 8 bye is a worry if you add both Fasolo and Lloyd over the next two weeks.

What are you ranked?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 15, 2014, 08:47:14 AM
Cheers Doc, not ranked great mate, only early 20s at this stage.


Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ringo on April 15, 2014, 09:41:03 AM
Nice Team with not a real lot wrong.

Wait for teams to be announced but I would do Berger to Hampson - Has a low B/e and will make cash for you till Maric comes back.
I would then go Thurlow to Currie for extra ruck coverage.  Currie will also make cash for you.

Next Week Rohan to Lloyd and Caddy to a prem forward that you can afford

Leaves you with 24 trades to watch cows mooooooo and then upgrade.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 15, 2014, 01:34:41 PM
Thanks Ringo, makes sense, I've been worried about the rucks/ backup.

I have a sneaking suspicion your boys will knock us off this week, up there on your home turf.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 15, 2014, 02:48:44 PM
Bit worried mate, the 'Berger to Hampson and Thurlow to Currie trade' only leaves me with $57,000.

Won't both, Rohan and Caddy, lose money this week?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ringo on April 15, 2014, 03:10:05 PM
That is the risk you have to decide get rid of 2 falling players or strengthen rucks. Not easy but go with gut as to what is best long term for team.  Remember the saying short term pain for long term gain.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 15, 2014, 04:21:54 PM
Ah, you're a wise man Ringo (hence the title of Veteran Coach ha ha.)
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 21, 2014, 08:13:26 PM
2177, ok. Played Aish instead of Crouch, probably should have grabbed Fasolo. Oh well, that's footy!

26 trades left & $57,000


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright McDonald Langdon  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Tyson Polec Dunstan Aish  (Ellis Crouch)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Kennedy-Harris  (Rohan Caddy)


Quite a few headaches this week ha ha!
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Keeper27 on April 22, 2014, 07:29:16 AM
2177, ok. Played Aish instead of Crouch, probably should have grabbed Fasolo. Oh well, that's footy!

26 trades left & $57,000


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright McDonald Langdon  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Tyson Polec Dunstan Aish  (Ellis Crouch)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Kennedy-Harris  (Rohan Caddy)


Quite a few headaches this week ha ha!

leave ellis, they said he might play.
and Tyson should be ok.
Caddy/Rohan/ is a main issue.

how bout, Caddy to Lloyd and Tyson/Aish to Gray/Roberston.
you'll have a lot of money for upgrades.

check out my team (http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,88757.msg1354064.html#msg1354064)
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 24, 2014, 04:55:30 PM
Cheers Keeper.

I'll have a look mate, but there's not a lot I a training scout can say to a coach.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Keeper27 on April 24, 2014, 05:29:37 PM
Any advice is welcome mate
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 24, 2014, 05:44:16 PM
How about...

Caddy > Lloyd
Ellis > Swan
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Keeper27 on April 24, 2014, 05:50:46 PM
Swan will only go up about $10k so if you need the money for future upgrades upgrading to swanny can wait
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 24, 2014, 06:09:50 PM
I just figure why not get him now, I don't really care about the byes...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 27, 2014, 10:16:40 PM
2066, not good. Played Crouch instead of Tyson, Lloyd not Kennedy-Harris, however, Aish was great!

24 trades left & $408,000


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright McDonald Langdon  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Polec Dunstan Aish Crouch  (Tyson Robertson)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Lloyd  (Kennedy-Harris Rohan)


Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 28, 2014, 08:36:56 AM
Dunstan > Watson/ Zorko
Suckling/ McDonald > Swallow

Only leaves me with $65,000 max.

What do ya' reckon guys?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 28, 2014, 04:29:26 PM
Or, should I be considering Cutler, Gardiner, etc...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Carn on April 28, 2014, 04:46:54 PM
i like dustan > watson
Swallow is fully priced. So can wait but it is killing me not having him too. You could downgrade Laidler to cutler to free up some more cash for the bye upgrades. Team looks in good shape though. Aish will make a heap over the next 2 so could upgrade him through the byes.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on April 28, 2014, 05:55:47 PM
Cheers Carn, you wouldn't downgrade McDonald?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 01, 2014, 07:40:12 PM
McDonald/ Laidler > Cutler
Dunstan > Watson

Any suggestions guys?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: AaronKirk on May 01, 2014, 07:45:21 PM
McDonald/ Laidler > Cutler
Dunstan > Watson

Any suggestions guys?

McD to Cutler
Dunstan to Watson are good trades.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 01, 2014, 08:03:11 PM
Thanks mate, it'll leave me with 22 trades and $346,000, so fingers crossed, I should be right ha ha...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 02, 2014, 06:00:05 PM
Or should I go...

Laidler > Cutler/ Gardiner
McDonald > McVeigh

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 03, 2014, 08:23:33 AM
Ha ha, I'm now looking at:

Dunstan > Hallahan
Rohan > Zorko

What do you think guys?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ringo on May 03, 2014, 08:35:19 AM
Sounds OK Just ensure Hallahan suits you bye structure though if you plan on maximising his price rise.

Zorko is a good trade but I am biased about him if you have followed all my posts on him.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 03, 2014, 08:52:30 AM
Thanks Ringo, gathered you love Zorko.

Who would you trade out of McDonald (should make BE) vs Laidler (still a bit of money to make) this week, real toss of the coin....
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ringo on May 03, 2014, 09:37:59 AM
McDonald is closer to ceiling than Laidler  and with the bye next week as well I would trade McDonald.  Just check to make sure it suits your bye situation though.  Need to consider the byes now for the next 3 weeks to ensure you have 18 players.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 03, 2014, 09:59:06 AM
Thanks again Ringo, to be honest, I'm not too fussed about the byes.

I just can't decide on which line to fix?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 05, 2014, 06:02:24 PM
2441, very happy, apart from Mitchell.

22 trades left & $346,000


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright Langdon Cutler  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Watson Polec Tyson Aish  (Crouch Robertson)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Kennedy-Harris  (Lloyd Rohan)
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 08, 2014, 04:46:24 PM
Does Mitchell have to go this week (McVeigh, Hibberd, etc.) or how about getting Swallow next week?

Should I keep Hampson? Crouch has to go... Acres, Hallahan or Hartung?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Gords on May 08, 2014, 04:52:31 PM
Well if you have the cash to go for Mcveigh then go for it. Also look at Birchall, since Smitch is gone, Birchall might have a better run and could score better. I'd look at Crouch to Hartung Which will free up alot of cash. Then with the cash left might upgrade one of your rookies.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 08, 2014, 07:32:02 PM
Thanks mate. Thinking...

Crouch > Acres
Mitchell > Swallow
Rohan > Zorko

Leaves me with $200,000


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright Langdon Cutler  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Watson Polec Tyson Aish  (Crouch Robertson)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Kennedy-Harris  (Lloyd Rohan)
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 13, 2014, 09:19:55 AM
Didn't make any trades, was away and left it too late.


Simpson Suckling Mitchell Enright Langdon Cutler  (Laidler Georgiou)

Ablett Pendlebury Beams Rockliff Watson Polec Tyson Aish  (Crouch Robertson)

Sandilands Hampson  (Currie King)

Parker Martin Roughead Dangerfield Higgins Kennedy-Harris  (Lloyd Rohan)


This week:

Robertson > Acres
Mitchell > Swallow
Laidler/ Suckling > Bartel

Rohan is a big worry!

Leaves me with 19 trades and a minimum of $200,000, depending on the Bartel trade.

Love your thoughts guys...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 15, 2014, 09:04:01 AM
I'm stumped lads, any suggestions?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ringo on May 15, 2014, 09:20:24 AM
Looks good.

As an alternative and not sure whether you have enough to do this.

Mitchell to Bartell
Robertson to Swallow via Langdon
Aish to Acres - (Aish has a high B/e as well and with the bye as well next week).

On the watch list for downgrades Shenton (gives you DPP), Morabito, Claye Beams, Charlie Cameron.

Next week some more upgrades.

BTW you are not alone with this weeks trades doing your head in.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 15, 2014, 10:17:32 AM
Thanks Ringo, really good stuff, I had overlooked Aish's 99. Leaves me $300,000, too.

Looking forward to watching Lennon play soon.

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 20, 2014, 08:03:45 AM
(http://i.gyazo.com/d240779461657a8bc410f759b812c7cc.png)


This week:

JKH > Cameron
Crouch > Selwood
Hampson > Jacobs/ Minson/ Goldstein/ Cox

Leaves me with 16 trades and a measly $88,000.

                      or

JKH > Cameron
Hampson >Jacobs/ Minson/ Goldstein/ Cox
Laidler > Hurn/ Jaensch

Which leaves me with $240,000.

Any suggestions lads?


Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: GoLions on May 20, 2014, 06:23:46 PM
Pic looks good ;)

I reckon I'll be doing JKH to Cameron this week as well
Crouch to Jelwood is a great trade, I got Jelwood last week, very happy with him so far haha
I'm also doing Hampson to Goldy this week (or possibly Minson). I'm just too scared of Jacobs after last year, and also his opposition rucks have been extremely easy this year, and I think he may struggle over the next 2 months

Can you do;
Crouch-->Jelwood
Hampson-->Goldy
Suckling-->Hurn

Then get Cameron next week?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: AaronKirk on May 20, 2014, 06:26:57 PM
Pic looks good ;)

I reckon I'll be doing JKH to Cameron this week as well
Crouch to Jelwood is a great trade, I got Jelwood last week, very happy with him so far haha
I'm also doing Hampson to Goldy this week (or possibly Minson). I'm just too scared of Jacobs after last year, and also his opposition rucks have been extremely easy this year, and I think he may struggle over the next 2 months

Can you do;
Crouch-->Jelwood
Hampson-->Goldy
Suckling-->Hurn

Then get Cameron next week?

Can you do Laidler to Jelwood and the other 2 trades that GL mentioned?

Gives you an extra player this week. Laidler is burning cash now and probably needs to go.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 20, 2014, 06:42:05 PM
Thanks Lions and Kirky.

Unfortunately not boys, $50K short.

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: AaronKirk on May 20, 2014, 07:43:09 PM
Thanks Lions and Kirky.

Unfortunately not boys, $50K short.

JKH to Cameron
Laidler to Jelwood
Hampson to Goldy/Minson

then to Suckling to Hurn next week. You should be able to afford that, means you will have 19 this week if I am correct.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 21, 2014, 06:21:17 PM
Cheers Kirky!

JKH > Cameron
Laidler > Selwood
Hampson > Minson

Great, leaves me with $100,000.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 27, 2014, 08:34:55 AM
(http://i.gyazo.com/c4b6f494d8ac11e7072931767f68dacc.png)


16 trades, $100,000

Thinking...

Crouch (B/E 79) to Shenton
Polec to McVeigh (via Langdon)

Is Suckling good enough for D6 with Enright in defence as well?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on May 27, 2014, 10:32:46 AM
Atm he is mate. Need to upgrade all your onfield rookies first, then look at upgrading Suckling
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 27, 2014, 11:52:06 AM
Thanks Ric, a bit of work to do...


(http://i.gyazo.com/c4b6f494d8ac11e7072931767f68dacc.png)


Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 27, 2014, 06:35:36 PM
Crouch > Shenton
Polec > Fyfe

I reckon Tyson can cement his place at M8...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 30, 2014, 07:24:37 AM
Good trades, guys?

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Gords on May 30, 2014, 07:59:14 AM
Crouch > Shenton
Polec > Fyfe

I reckon Tyson can cement his place at M8...


Solid trades with Fyfe and Shenton (DPP). Forward line needs tweaking but good. Are you going to trade Acres, he's out for a month?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on May 30, 2014, 08:18:15 AM
Cheers Gords, yeah, forward line needs some work.

I can't really afford to waste a trade on Acres until the need arises, how about you mate?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on May 30, 2014, 08:38:49 AM
Yeh Donnie they are both nice trades
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 02, 2014, 05:20:13 PM
(http://i.gyazo.com/5ceb25ae1e38e7f37fdf335eb2e991e1.png)


14 trades, $82,000

Time to remove Roughie?

Keep Tyson a couple more?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 03, 2014, 08:19:11 AM
Tyson > Beams
Rohan > Zorko/ Pav/ Buddy/ Tex

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 03, 2014, 08:47:48 AM
You could hold for a week mate. Tyson's BE is only 78 and then you can look at O'Brien when he is on the bubble
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 03, 2014, 09:39:34 AM
Thanks again Ric, just worried Macaffer might get him...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 03, 2014, 09:57:16 AM
Yeh true. Surely teams will start looking to tag him soon
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 03, 2014, 10:21:57 AM
Any other thoughts/suggestions Ric, you're the legend coach after all, ha ha...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 03, 2014, 10:32:45 AM
haha doesn't mean I'm always right though man


How about Langdon to Jaensch and Cutler to Litherland.

IF Litherland is named he has a BE of -58 and expected to jump 46k next week.

Then next week Acres to O'brien and Lloyd to Zorko


That will leave just Tyson to upgrade which is nearly a sideways trade anyway

In fact... In 2 weeks time, Steve Johnson could cost the same as Tyson
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 03, 2014, 02:17:31 PM
Nice Ric, I like Jaensch and Litherland.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 05, 2014, 09:13:53 PM
Georgiou/ Cutler > Litherland
Acres > Beams/ O'Brien

My bench is really weak...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 06, 2014, 07:22:14 AM
Or, how about...

Cutler > Litherland
Lloyd > Tex

Would leave me with 12 trades, $20,000
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 06, 2014, 07:39:57 AM
yeh good trades mate
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 06, 2014, 08:06:35 AM
Cheers Ric. I figure Tex is risk worth taking at that price for Lloyd, who's killing me on the bench and then my forwards are kinda' finished...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 06, 2014, 08:21:44 AM
Yeh and then you can just upgrade Langdon next week which shouldn't be too hard
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 06, 2014, 09:09:13 AM
Thanks again mate, yeah, you would assume he'd have a solid game against Melbourne...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 10, 2014, 07:48:16 PM
(http://i.gyazo.com/c995766b09ca19ec51340bdaf4f11b8d.png)


A lot to worry about.

I guess:

Acres > O'Brien
Tyson > Stevie J

10 trades, $40,000

I'd really love your thoughts guys...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 11, 2014, 08:32:01 AM
Watson to SJ and Tyson to Sloane/MMurphy/Prestia/Redden/Goddard/Barlow
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Keeper27 on June 11, 2014, 08:55:46 AM
Watson to SJ and Tyson to Sloane/MMurphy/Prestia/Redden/Goddard/Barlow

Agreed. Finish that midfield
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 11, 2014, 06:05:32 PM
Cheers Ric and Keep.

A few of the other guys have also suggested some good options too, such as:

Watson > Stevie J
Tyson > Zorko

Next week, move Zorko forward, Higgins to premium...

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 15, 2014, 08:44:26 PM
(http://i.gyazo.com/c892ff909377bcb437e5babd16641552.png)


Rohan > Honeychurch ($590,000)
Higgins > Sloane/ Barlow/ Ebert/ Jack/ Goddard/ Gray
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 16, 2014, 08:16:19 PM
I'm stumped, what do you reckon lads?

Now looking at...

Acres > Hunt (DPP)
Higgins > $618,000 midfielder

Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 17, 2014, 08:16:41 AM
Thoughts on Currie to Thurlow and CCameron or Rohan to SMartin? Then you have cover on both lines and it can push Higgins to the bench? Or look to upgrade one of your F7 or F8 to Wingard, again pushing Higgins to the bench to give you cover
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 17, 2014, 08:32:07 AM
Cheers Ric, very interesting...

So, don't finish my midfield yet?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 17, 2014, 08:52:35 AM
How many trades do you have left man? Just think you need some decent cover on that fwd bench
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 17, 2014, 09:15:34 AM
10 trades, $158,000

Thanks mate.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 17, 2014, 09:21:44 AM
Yeh ok still enough trades there. You also need to look to either upgrade Langdon, or upgrade Georgiou and push Langdon to the bench as cover. Infact that would probably be my main priority.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 17, 2014, 09:33:39 AM
Ha ha, I don't have much cash mate, any suggestions...

Downgrade Higgins, I guess? McGovern, Martin?
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 17, 2014, 09:46:06 AM
Ok, how about:

Higgins > McGovern
Georgiou > McVeigh/ Smith/ Burgoyne/ Hibberd/ Hanley/ Mackie

Higgins > Martin
Georgiou > $516,00 defender

Still waiting for S. Mitchell to return soon, too...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 17, 2014, 09:49:38 AM
Haha fair enough. How about the Cameron to SMartin and Currie to Thurlow this week, giving you ruck and fwd coverage. Then next week you can look at Litherland to Hibberd who has a big BE and should drop a bit.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 19, 2014, 07:08:38 AM
Cheers Ric, makes sense, will do...

Rohan/ Cameron > Stefan Martin
Currie > Thurlow

leaves me 8 trades, $88,000 - 138,000 (depending on Rohan/ Cameron)


Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 23, 2014, 05:43:55 PM
(http://i.gyazo.com/0eda4306a3e4085c9f8dacc4b83fe636.png)


8 trades, $88,000
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: GoLions on June 23, 2014, 05:56:02 PM
Higgins-->Kersten
Langdon-->McVeigh/Eski/Hurn etc

Then look at finishing your mids next week by dropping Walker and perhaps Cameron to a premo mid and Honeychurch
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 24, 2014, 08:11:40 AM
Cheers Lions, great stuff, much appreciated.

Kersten looks good and it seems it's his spot to lose...

Also mate, what are your thoughts on, next week:

Litherland > Z. Jones (if named for 3rd match)
Cameron > Gray
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on June 24, 2014, 08:40:36 AM
Personally I'd just go Langdon to Jaensch mate and then have a look at Kersten next week. Although I think Geelong will give him a good run so you should be fine even if you jump on early.

Probably aim to have Higgins as F7 though if you can. He'll be great cover for the rest of the year
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 26, 2014, 08:22:42 AM
Thanks again for your advice Ric.

Decisions, decisions... ha ha
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on June 30, 2014, 07:27:07 PM
2618, very happy this week, like most people.


(http://i.gyazo.com/9a2f0965f109f6dca4b46523dd328809.png)


Cameron > Honeychurch
Walker > JPK/ Ward/ Libba/ Sloane/ Dal Santo

4 trades, $18,000 - $100,000

Love your thoughts and suggestions guys, gotta' make it count this week!
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on August 05, 2014, 08:40:37 AM
Finished 2nd in both of my leagues, 5082 overall.


(http://i.gyazo.com/f8082966a14b670d58a7139f04cfa6b7.png)


3 trades left, $129,000

Hoping Geelong appeal and Stevie gets off...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on August 05, 2014, 08:52:04 AM
Could go Shenton to Caddy if SJ doesn't get off mate.
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Donnie Brasco on August 08, 2014, 07:49:08 AM
Cheers Ric, thanks again mate.

Now, should I just hold this week guys?

Love your thoughts...
Title: Re: A wise guy's always right; even when he's wrong, he's right.
Post by: Ricochet on August 08, 2014, 08:34:01 AM
Do you think you'll win your first final? I'd look into the matchups and see if you look like winning without making any trades