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« on: July 25, 2016, 08:23:11 PM »

Player movements made will obviously NOT count for this 2015 season's finals.
Trades with different amounts of players/picks changing hands are allowed (i.e. 2-for-1 trades).
Future picks for the 2017 draft can be traded.
There is no trade voting for approval unless I receive an official complaint via message about a trade, after which it will be put to a vote. Please only complain if you really feel one team is winning by far too much - not just for slight inbalances.
As usual, one coach posts the trade and the other team/s coach/es will confirm it.

Team lists: http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,99246.0.html
Trade Talk: http://forum.fanfooty.com.au/index.php/topic,107793.0.html

List of Confirmed Trades

First Trade Period (No Restrictions)
1. Santiago trade: 2016 NAT First Rounder
Houston trade: Chris Masten


2. New Brooklyn trade: Joe Daniher
Carolina trade: Angus Brayshaw

3. Ottawa trade: Jason Johannisen and Wayne Milera
New Brooklyn trade: Mark Blicavs and Jake Kolodjashnij

4. Houston trade: Ed Langdon and NAT Draft Pick #18
Ottawa trade: David Zaharakis

5. Boston trade: Second and Fifth Round NAT Picks
New Brooklyn give: Jack Grimes and Jack Sinclair

6. Colorado trade: Lachie Hunter
San Francisco trade: Jamie Elliott and NAT Pick #8

7. Colorado trade: Darcy Parish
New Brooklyn trade: Maverick Weller and James Frawley

8. Colorado trade: Sam Menegola, NAT Pick #27 (R3), and Rookie Pick 39 (R4)
Carolina trade:  Jed Lamb and Michael Hartley

9. Santiago trade: David Armitage and Pick 31
Anaheim trade: Caleb Daniel and Darcy Tucker

10. Anaheim trade: Mason Wood, Jesse White, and NAT Second Round Pick
Colorado trade: David Mundy and Rookie Draft Third Round Pick

11. Santiago trade: Josh Jenkins
San Francisco trade: Kade Kolodjashnij

12. Ottawa trade: Marley Williams and NAT Draft Pick #40
Houston trade: Paul Puopolo

13. San Francisco trade: Cam Guthrie, Allen Christensen, Jonathan Ceglar, and NAT Pick 20
Boston trade: Jack Watts, Sharrod Wellingham, Josh Smith, and Aaron Young

14. Ottawa trade: Pearce Hanley, Billy Hartung, and Dylan Buckley
Boston trade: Jonathan Ceglar, Ryan Davis, and N20

15. Anaheim trade : Jack Hombsch and Billy Stretch
Las Vegas trade : Jordan Lewis

16. San Francisco trade: Tom Doedee, and NAT Picks 32 and 44
Houston trade: Bradley Hill and NAT Pick 40

17. Houston trade: Chris Masten
Colorado trade: NAT Picks 15 and 51 and RD Pick 15


18. Quito trade: Shane Savage, Corey Ellis, Jared Polec, and NAT Pick 14
Colorado trade: Ed Curnow, Adam Tomlinson, and NAT Pick 39

19. Houston trade: Chris Masten
Colorado trade: NAT Picks 15 and 51

20. Anaheim trade: Oleg Markov and Nathan Drummond
Ottawa trade: Luke Breust

21. Quito trade: Brendon Goddard
San Francisco trade: Josh Smith

22. Colorado trade: Dean Kent
Carolina trade: Matt Scharenberg

23. Houston trade: Darcy Moore + NAT Draft Picks 15 + 54
Las Vegas trade: Jack Ziebell + NAT Draft Pick 37

24. Quito trade: Toby McLean
Ottawa trade: National Pick #28

25. Boston trade: Connor Blakely and their Third Round Pick
Colorado trade: Jimmy Bartel and NAT Pick 8


26. Ottawa trade: James Aish and Mark Blicavs
Colorado trade: Alex Fasolo, Mason Wood, and NAT Pick 3

27. Ottawa trade: Jake Kolodjashnij
Carolina trade: Connor Menadue

28. Carolina trade: Mitch Brown + ND Picks #27 (Rd 3) + RD #39 ( Rd 4)
Colorado trade: Lin Jong + Brad McKenzie

29. Santiago trade: Ben Sinclair
Ottawa trade: Jack Lonie

30. Boston trade: Connor Blakely, Billy Hartung, and NAT Pick 36
Colorado trade: Jimmy Bartel and NAT Picks 8 and 27

31. Santiago trade: Sam Frost and Rookie Draft Pick 7
Colorado trade: Rookie Draft Pick 3

32. Houston trade: Tom Doedee
New Brooklyn trade: Kyle Langford

33. Boston trade: Matthew Wright and Ryan Bastinac
Quito trade: Chad Wingard


34. Anaheim trade: Paul Seedsman, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, and Aaron Vandenberg
Anaheim receive: Sam Mitchell and NAT Picks 36 and 39

Colorado trade: NAT Picks 14 and 36
Colorado receive: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti and Aaron Vandenberg

Quito trade: Sam Mitchell and NAT Pick 39
Quito receive: Paul Seedsman and NAT Pick 14

35. New Brooklyn trade: NAT Picks 5, 29, and 41
Quito trade: Jack Steele, Jackson Thurlow, and Lachie Weller

36. Houston trade: NAT Picks 30 and 42
Chicago trade: Stewart Crameri and NAT Pick 33

37. Ottawa trade: Karl Amon
Carolina trade: David Myers

38. Houston trade: Dylan Roberton and Sean Lemmens
Carolina trade: Matthew Boyd and Will Hoskin-Elliot

39. Quito trade: Aaron Sandilands
Anaheim trade: David Swallow

TRADES UP TO THIS POINT INPUTTED TO OFFICIAL TEAM LISTS

40. Ottawa trade: Jake Melksham
Colorado trade: Sam Naismith

41. Colorado trade: RD Pick 7
Chicago trade: Sam Gibson

42. San Francisco trade: Oscar McDonald, Jed Anderson, Jarrod Garlett, and RD Pick 8
Chicago trade: Andrew Gaff, Josh Gibson, and Eric Hipwood


43. Houston trade: Rhys Stanley
Carolina trade: Shane Edwards and NAT Pick 23

44. Ottawa trade: Josh Hill and Jarryd Blair
Anaheim trade: NAT Picks 31 and 34

45. Carolina trade: Tom Bellchambers, and NAT Pick 35
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen, Harry McKay, and NAT Pick 46

46. Ottawa trade: NAT Pick 34
Anaheim trade: Ben McKay

47. Houston trade: NAT Pick 32
Chicago trade: Andrew Phillips

48. Boston trade: Mitch Robinson, Zac Clarke, and NAT Picks 8 and 27
Houston trade: Jack Darling and NAT Picks 6 and 33

49. Boston trade: NAT Pick 33
Anaheim trade: Kayne Turner

50. Boston trade: NAT Pick 12 and Jack Trengove
Santiago trade: NAT Pick 7

51. Santiago trade: Paul Ahern and NAT Pick 55
Colorado trade: NAT Pick 22

51. Boston trade: M. Wright and Nat picks 6 and 48
Quito trade: C. Wingard and T. Garner

52. Houston trade: Tom Phillips, Mitch Grigg, NAT Picks 8 and 51, and Rookie Pick 6
Quito trade: Michael Barlow and Kade Simpson

53. Colorado trade: Jobe Watson and Luke Hodge
Anaheim trade: Levi Greenwood, Jarryd Blair, and Bailey Williams


54. Boston trade: Nat Pick 7
New Brooklyn trade: Josh Schache and Brendan Ah Chee

55. Quito trade: Joel Smith and RD Pick 14
Chicago trade: RD Pick 9

56. Quito trade: Chris Yarran and NAT Pick 29
Santiago trade: NAT Pick 19

57. Quito trade: Garrick Ibbotson and NAT Pick #50
Anaheim trade: RD Pick #10

58. Boston trade: J.Wagner and RD Pick 24
Quito trade: E.Hughes and NAT Picks 28 and 38

59. Carolina trade : Luke Brown
Anaheim trade : Tom Bell

60. Santiago trade: RD Pick 31
Colorado trade: Will Minson

61. Anaheim trade: Levi Greenwood, Jarryd Blair, Luke Breust, Bailey Williams
Anaheim receive: Luke Hodge, Jobe Watson, NAT Pick 19

Colorado trade: Luke Hodge, Jobe Watson, Dean Towers
Colorado receive: Jarryd Blair, Levi Greenwood, Ryan Griffen

Quito trade: Pick 19, Ryan Griffen
Quito receive: Luke Breust, Dean Towers, Bailey Williams

62. Las Vegas trade: Nick Haynes
Quito trade: NAT Pick 14

63. Carolina trade:  NAT Pick 11
Las Vegas trade: NAT Picks 13 and 25

64. Las Vegas trade: Christian Salem and NAT Pick 15
Chicago trade: NAT Pick 9

65. Anaheim trade: NAT Pick 19
Chicago trade: NAT Picks 30 and 32

66. Las Vegas trades: NAT Pick 14 and RD Pick 1
Las Vegas receives: NAT Pick 12 and RD Pick 3

Chicago trades: Liam Duggan
Chicago receives: RD Pick 1

Santiago trades: NAT Pick 12 and RD Pick 3
Santiago receive: Liam Duggan and NAT Pick 14

67. Carolina trade: RD Pick 51
Ottawa trade: Jake Neade

Second Trade Period (One-for-one trading only)
68. Chicago trade: Joel Selwood, Shane Kersten, and RD Pick 45
Boston trade: Mitch Wallis, Shannon Hurn, and Josh Schache
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« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2016, 06:27:46 PM »

First trade to kick the period off

Santiago Give: 2016 NAT First Rounder
Houston Give: Chris Masten

I have huge doubts about Masten, but he provides immediate midfield depth for our side and we have already had 3 first rounders over the last two seasons (our 2014 off-season rebuild means that junior talent isn't a priority at this point).

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« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2016, 07:37:04 PM »

First trade to kick the period off

Santiago Give: 2016 NAT First Rounder
Houston Give: Chris Masten

I have huge doubts about Masten, but he provides immediate midfield depth for our side and we have already had 3 first rounders over the last two seasons (our 2014 off-season rebuild means that junior talent isn't a priority at this point).

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Confirm. Masten not a huge part of our long-term plans so happy to move him on for a draft pick.
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« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2016, 11:25:40 AM »

Hawks Give: Joe Daniher.

Panthers Give: Angus Brayshaw.

Panthers needs a forward, I've got 20 of them, and Daniher will be a gun, but i've already got like 10 tall forwards... And Brayshaw is going to be a beast.
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« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2016, 01:56:04 PM »

Hawks Give: Joe Daniher.

Panthers Give: Angus Brayshaw.

Panthers needs a forward, I've got 20 of them, and Daniher will be a gun, but i've already got like 10 tall forwards... And Brayshaw is going to be a beast.

Confirm: Daniher fills out the Panthers Forward needs.
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« Reply #5 on: August 04, 2016, 02:33:38 PM »

Otters give: Jason Johannisen + Wayne Milera
Hawks give: Mark Blicavs + Jake Kolodjashnij

Looking to cash in on JJ's good season (before and after the injury). I rate him, but I really need a decent mid and Blicavs as a 90avg mid is perfect. Milera is surplus to requirements in my forward line and JKolo softens the blow of losing JJ and I think his scoring can improve a bit more when the older Cats move on.

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« Reply #6 on: August 04, 2016, 02:50:57 PM »

Houston give: Ed Langdon + NAT Draft Pick #18
Otters give: David Zaharakis

We were looking to gain some more quality in our midfield and Zaha fits the bill. He's had a down year but we're backing him to bounce back once his proper team returns. Langdon is a good young prospect and pick 18 should net the Otters a solid player.

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« Reply #7 on: August 04, 2016, 02:54:05 PM »

Houston give: Ed Langdon + NAT Draft Pick #18
Otters give: David Zaharakis

We were looking to gain some more quality in our midfield and Zaha fits the bill. He's had a down year but we're backing him to bounce back once his proper team returns. Langdon is a good young prospect and pick 18 should net the Otters a solid player.

Nige to confirm. :)
Confirmed!

This is a somewhat linked to the other trade in that getting in Blitz allows me to part with Zaha. Ed Langdon's a good young player who I think should be a really good future F/M type that will score well once he's firmly best 22 whether that's at Freo or somewhere else. With a good portion of my list being on the younger side, Pick 18 slots into my plans nicely.
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Crazy Diamond Time

« Reply #8 on: August 04, 2016, 03:18:15 PM »

Otters give: Jason Johannisen + Wayne Milera
Hawks give: Mark Blicavs + Jake Kolodjashnij

Looking to cash in on JJ's good season (before and after the injury). I rate him, but I really need a decent mid and Blicavs as a 90avg mid is perfect. Milera is surplus to requirements in my forward line and JKolo softens the blow of losing JJ and I think his scoring can improve a bit more when the older Cats move on.

Marlon to confirm.

Confirmed. Got plenty of gun Midfielders coming up. Need good defenders.
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« Reply #9 on: August 04, 2016, 04:06:52 PM »

Boston give: Second Round Nat Pick + Fifth Round Nat Pick
Hawks give: Jack Grimes + Jack Sinclair

Seems a lot to pay for a bloke who can't get a game at Melbourne and an inconsistent small forward but punts must be taken.

Pk to confirm.
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Crazy Diamond Time

« Reply #10 on: August 04, 2016, 05:31:59 PM »

Confirmed. Will find a beast at pick 24 when Ele wins it all
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« Reply #11 on: August 04, 2016, 05:37:19 PM »

when Ele wins it all

rude  :P
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Big Trav gone..I might move on..not sure yet

« Reply #12 on: August 04, 2016, 08:55:51 PM »

Colorado give: Lachie Hunter
San Francisco give:  ND Pick #8 + Jamie Elliott

Colorado looking for a remodel obviously. Happy to take a punt on Elliott coming back strongly and a 2nd 1st Rd ND pick very handy. Hunter a star but will be reshaping the team.

Jukesy to confirm.
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Big Trav gone..I might move on..not sure yet

« Reply #13 on: August 04, 2016, 09:08:20 PM »

Colorado again.

Colorado gives: D.Parish
New Brooklyn gives: M.Weller + James Frawley

Another link in the Colorado makeover. Both players best 22 so very usefiul. Parish a gun in the making for New Brooklyn.

PK to confirm
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« Reply #14 on: August 04, 2016, 09:19:39 PM »

D FRAWLEY?!

GOLLLLDEN FIST
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