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« on: March 15, 2017, 02:18:42 PM »

I've made this poll of 30 players, you can pick up to 8 that you think will be the highest averaging midfielders.

If I have missed anyone important just say who it is and I'll add them to the poll  :)

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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2017, 06:19:54 PM »

Watson?
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« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2017, 11:03:09 PM »

Couple of interesting selections by some in there! Surprised that someone isnt backing Ablett to be top 8  :o
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« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2017, 11:37:31 AM »

M8 in 2015 (15 games minimum, excluding people who were DPP at start of season) was Stanton who went at 106.95
M8 in 2016 (same clauses as 2015) was Pendlebury who went at 106.32

for interests sake, the list was
2015 top 8 mids: Steven, Hodge (excluded due to DEF), Pendlebury, Lewis, Hannebery, Swan (excluded due to FWD), Montagna, JPK, Armitage, Stanton, TMitchell (excluded due to FWD), Dangerfield
how they followed up in 2016: Steven M12, Pendlebury M8, Lewis M17, Hannebery M7, Montagna (FWD eligible, M35), JPK M6, Armitage M60, Stanton (not qualified), Dangerfield M1

2016 top 8 mids: Dangerfield, ZMerrett (excluded due to FWD), Rockliff, Treloar, Neale, Parker, JPK, Hannebery, DMartin (excluded due to FWD), Pendlebury
How they went the year before: Dangerfield M12, Rockliff M15, Treloar M19, Neale M28, Parker M43, JPK M6, Hanners M4, Pendlebury M3

given that FOUR of the people are the same from 2015 to 2016 (Hanners, JPK, Pendles, Dangerfield), it might be worth reconsidering those top-line premiums that you're locking in at M1, M2 and possibly M3

edit: as for Whatmate - in order to qualify as a top 8 mid, then you'd have to go at 106.5[ish]+ (playing 15 games), do you really think Ablett qualifies for that (Ablett was unqualified due to gametime in both 2015 and 2016)
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« Reply #4 on: March 18, 2017, 11:55:57 AM »

M8 in 2016 (15 games minimum, excluding people who were DPP at start of season) was Pendlebury who went at 106.32
M8 in 2015 (same clauses as 2016) was Stanton who went at 106.95

for interests sake, the list was
2015 top 8 mids: Steven, Hodge (excluded due to DEF), Pendlebury, Lewis, Hannebery, Swan (excluded due to FWD), Montagna, JPK, Armitage, Stanton
how they followed up in 2016: Steven M12, Pendlebury M8, Lewis M17, Hannebery M7, Montagna (FWD eligible, M35), JPK M6, Armitage M60, Stanton (not qualified)

2016 top 8 mids: Dangerfield, ZMerrett (excluded due to FWD), Rockliff, Treloar, Neale, Parker, JPK, Hannebery, DMartin (excluded due to FWD), Pendlebury
How they went the year before: Dangerfield M12, Rockliff M15, Treloar M19, Neale M28, Parker M43, JPK M6, Hanners M4, Pendlebury M3

given that THREE of the people are the same from 2015 to 2016 (Hanners, JPK, Pendles), it might be worth reconsidering those top-line premiums that you're locking in at M1, M2 and possibly M3

edit: as for Whatmate - in order to qualify as a top 8 mid, then you'd have to go at 106.5[ish]+ (playing 15 games), do you really think Ablett qualifies for that?
Thanks for the run down mate, Im not sure why I wrote Ablett. At the time I definitely meant Dangerfield (see 18 votes, 19 voted). Even then its a poorly written sentence  :-[

Quite interesting though, at this stage I have Danger, Rocky and Steven with Adams (strategy) Beams and O'Meara who could end up staying.
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« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2017, 03:30:00 PM »

M8 in 2015 (15 games minimum, excluding people who were DPP at start of season) was Stanton who went at 106.95
M8 in 2016 (same clauses as 2015) was Pendlebury who went at 106.32

for interests sake, the list was
2015 top 8 mids: Steven, Hodge (excluded due to DEF), Pendlebury, Lewis, Hannebery, Swan (excluded due to FWD), Montagna, JPK, Armitage, Stanton, TMitchell (excluded due to FWD), Dangerfield
how they followed up in 2016: Steven M12, Pendlebury M8, Lewis M17, Hannebery M7, Montagna (FWD eligible, M35), JPK M6, Armitage M60, Stanton (not qualified), Dangerfield M1

2016 top 8 mids: Dangerfield, ZMerrett (excluded due to FWD), Rockliff, Treloar, Neale, Parker, JPK, Hannebery, DMartin (excluded due to FWD), Pendlebury
How they went the year before: Dangerfield M12, Rockliff M15, Treloar M19, Neale M28, Parker M43, JPK M6, Hanners M4, Pendlebury M3

given that FOUR of the people are the same from 2015 to 2016 (Hanners, JPK, Pendles, Dangerfield), it might be worth reconsidering those top-line premiums that you're locking in at M1, M2 and possibly M3

edit: as for Whatmate - in order to qualify as a top 8 mid, then you'd have to go at 106.5[ish]+ (playing 15 games), do you really think Ablett qualifies for that (Ablett was unqualified due to gametime in both 2015 and 2016)

Thanks for this mate. this was a really good post!
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