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« Reply #30 on: March 05, 2019, 11:15:57 PM »

defenders taking kickins are expected to do better which b smith will take especially with luke brown out, Smiths long kicking will be pretty useful with playing on to

he is a better stepping stone option then Collins

i wouldn't have Clark on the bench tho i probs trade collins to hore and put clark onfield

don;t think 3 rookie fwds onfield is the way to go either rather cousins/gray onfield opposed to b crouch/balta etc

Collins no certainty, he's there in case I want to grab some high priced rookies like LDU who I rate very highly. Clark I'm very bullish on, best kick in this year's draft,
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« Reply #31 on: March 05, 2019, 11:17:12 PM »

yeah i meant clark to good to be on the bench
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« Reply #32 on: March 05, 2019, 11:29:25 PM »

yeah i meant clark to good to be on the bench

As a Tiger I'm very confident with Balta, big misconception he's a lumbering tall, can see him playing a Cam Pederson role & spending a fair bit of time on the ball. Setterfield & Balta should be non negotiable in the forward line.
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« Reply #33 on: March 05, 2019, 11:36:14 PM »

well then cavarra would be the fwd id drop for a premo and put drew on bench

not confident about cavarra playing now after him not being in the jlt game with a strong squad
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« Reply #34 on: March 05, 2019, 11:46:57 PM »

btw u dont rate butters/hately?
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« Reply #35 on: March 05, 2019, 11:53:59 PM »

well then cavarra would be the fwd id drop for a premo and put drew on bench

not confident about cavarra playing now after him not being in the jlt game with a strong squad

If Cavarra doesn't make the cut then Burgess can be swung forward, Drew I think is a good player to start on the field given he's a contested beast. Perfect opportunity for him to replace Wines & Wingard. Obviously need to wait on some more data to flow through but this will be his third year & I suspect he'll be given ample opportunity.

btw u dont rate butters/hately?

Love Butters as a footballer but he's light & very outside, I actually see shades of Zach Merrett in the kid but job security an issue. Hately I'm not as keen on but he is a big bodied lad so should see plenty of football this year. For SC purposes he's solid & not too pricey, he's definitely in the frame. I've placed Bailey Scott in there for the moment because North are rebuilding & his dad is a club legend, Scott also racked up plenty of possessions at state level. Very similar to Zaharakis in style.
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« Reply #36 on: March 05, 2019, 11:56:47 PM »

hope u dont mind me bugging you


but do u think bewley will overcome the ross not picking kids factor?
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« Reply #37 on: March 06, 2019, 12:14:55 AM »

hope u dont mind me bugging you


but do u think bewley will overcome the ross not picking kids factor?

Really don't know when it comes to Freo, Ross plays favourites & isn't shy to play first year guys but will drop them if they don't pull their weight. I'm picking Bewley on the grounds his VFL form has been outstanding, not confident I'll start him on the field but a bench spot validated. Thinking it will be LDU at M7 & possibly Hind or Hately at M8. Constable another to consider but Geelong are overflowing with mids at the moment. Parfitt & Kelly makes it tough for Constable, his endurance still needs work so could be peripheral this year.
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« Reply #38 on: March 10, 2019, 11:22:06 PM »



Alrighty, almost at the business end and this is how things are shaping up with structure & final rookie selections.

Defence

 On paper it's light & I am slghtly concerned about Robbo but if he's named then he's in, it's as simple as that. The big omission here has been Laird who seems to be facing stiff competition from the likes of Milera & Smith. I suspect he'll be a top 6 defender but may fall back to the mid 90's, at this stage I'm not taking any risks. Scrimshaw comes in on the back of a solid showing against the Tigers & I've kept Collins in the picture because he does bring a sense of security in the event any of the onfield rookies misfire. I may even start him onfield but I'm yet to make that decision.

Midfield

I'm going all guns blazing here because I'm not completely sold on the rookies. I think it's fair to say I've got all the form players with the exception of Fyfe who usually doesn't miss a beat upon returning from injury, reports are good & the shoulder surgery has gone well. If I do need cash to get some rookies up to Walsh then I'll perhaps look at downgrading to another premo mid but Fyfe is Fyfe and he can hit 120 if all goes to plan. I've placed Duursma in the mids to create a link in defence, this may also help if there are limited downgrade targets down back. The big omission is Walsh & to be fair I'd love him in there but I really think Collins is of far greater value to my side. Hopefully Constable & Scott don't get trounced but history tells you that first year rookies tend to come in at the 75 mark so I'm not overly concerned. Think there's only a handful of guys who have hit 80, Heppell, Rich & O'Meara are a few that come to mind.

Rucks

Set & forget, no dramas now that Preuss has done his groin. Gawn was 30% ownership last time I checked so this looms as a decisive edge, new ruck rules will suit Gawn down to the ground. Couldn't squeeze Clarke in there so I've gone with a DPP cheapie, if I cop an injury I'll look at Hoff in the forward line.

Forwards

Very light but something had to give, in fact I really like the rookies on offer here & they are also cheap so this was the obvious place to compromise. It may backfire spectacularly of course but it may also be a masterstroke, I suppose if I lose too many players then it will take some serious trading but that's half the fun.
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« Reply #39 on: March 11, 2019, 06:40:05 AM »

Nice team bully,  interesting to see you fitted in Gawn Grundy by going lite in F4.   love the crouch boys.   how is your team looking for byes or do you expect to have it covered by trading?

Last week or two lots of us have dropped laird due to Milera's role down back.  Certainly hard to see him scoring as consistently with smith milera sharing the ball out of the backline.    Structurally I normally only start 1 player over 500k in def and think it makes for a more balanced team.    Now Fort and Clarke are out of the picture bines is loophole rookie to play with Hoff or Lobb or someone to trade in when needed.   

  If Robbo plays he will score.  The heart arythmia is not going to affect his scoring just whether he plays or not.  If we get six -8 weeks out of him he can upgrade to a keeper.   Main beneficiary of Robbo if he misses will be Ridley as downgrade.
All the best for the season mate.
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« Reply #40 on: March 11, 2019, 10:10:38 AM »

Identical forward and rucks with an almost identical backline and same structure in the mids. Obviously I love the team. Will be good too see how a few little differences can shape the season up.
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« Reply #41 on: March 11, 2019, 10:14:39 AM »

I kid you not your team is almost identical to mine besides I have Lloyd/Burgess over Whitfield/Collins. Thats it...  :o

So therefore your team is shower
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« Reply #42 on: March 11, 2019, 10:31:56 AM »

Just be careful crows and gws share same bye. So starting whitfield,Williams smith and crouch's could be a trap
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« Reply #43 on: March 11, 2019, 10:42:34 AM »

Nice team bully,  interesting to see you fitted in Gawn Grundy by going lite in F4.   love the crouch boys.   how is your team looking for byes or do you expect to have it covered by trading?

Last week or two lots of us have dropped laird due to Milera's role down back.  Certainly hard to see him scoring as consistently with smith milera sharing the ball out of the backline.    Structurally I normally only start 1 player over 500k in def and think it makes for a more balanced team.    Now Fort and Clarke are out of the picture bines is loophole rookie to play with Hoff or Lobb or someone to trade in when needed.   

  If Robbo plays he will score.  The heart arythmia is not going to affect his scoring just whether he plays or not.  If we get six -8 weeks out of him he can upgrade to a keeper.   Main beneficiary of Robbo if he misses will be Ridley as downgrade.
All the best for the season mate.

Haven't really checked the bye situation, my strategy from now will be to use the rookies to balance things out, there's also injuries to consider. As far as Robbo goes, not sure I'll be picking Ridley, will pick Libba instead, in fact I haven't ruled out this as a starting strategy, I just want to get the full story on Robbo's situation. If there's some chance he'll be rested or managed then I'll pass.



Identical forward and rucks with an almost identical backline and same structure in the mids. Obviously I love the team. Will be good too see how a few little differences can shape the season up.

Yep, most teams will be similar I think, no Walsh could be decisive, although if I run with Libba then that maybe mitigated, think he'll will be in the 85-90 range this year. Macrae another make or break selection, fingers & toes crossed he starts strong but his preseason form has been excellent, all KPI's outstanding, particularly DE which has been around the 90% mark.

I kid you not your team is almost identical to mine besides I have Lloyd/Burgess over Whitfield/Collins. Thats it...  :o

So therefore your team is shower

LOL, might have to play Libba then, in fact I'm tilting towards that possibility because Robbo probably not a keeper, but I will wait on a full doctor's report. Think this is the benefit of having Collins & why I wanted him instead of Walsh.

Just be careful crows and gws share same bye. So starting whitfield,Williams smith and crouch's could be a trap

Not at all, they have the late bye so I have 6 trades to get the balance right. One thing I've learnt with the byes is it's always better to stack the first two rounds and then use some crafty trading to get the house in order. 2018 a perfect case in point, that was my saving grace last year.
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« Reply #44 on: March 13, 2019, 10:46:00 AM »

Just a quick update with the Carlton match behind us, have decided to get Walsh in, he's actually the second most popular player behind Danger which is probably telling a bit of a tale. Fyfe the fall guy & is replaced by Dusty. Roberton also firming for round 1 so some good news there.

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