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« on: March 19, 2011, 03:57:45 AM »

I'm guessing a few people are interested in what Meow Meow's team would look like ... well i was bored so i decided to compile a list of players he's made recommendations for. Below is a list of quotes regarding each player :

Walters?
This guy looked really good in the finals last year, and has had a good preseason. Anyone considering him as an alternative to Knights, Vez, Gamble etc?

Fyfe Kennedy or Anthony
Martin plays a style of game that is unstoppable. He'll get better due to having had another preseason under his belt. The difference between him and Selwood is that Martin is Richmond's number 1 midfielder. Selwood wasn't.
 

Foley vs Kennedy
Martin

I can't help it if people think it's cool to bash me for not having a sheep opinion. Just because i like Dustin Martin over Liam Anthony, these people think im the antichrist.

I think Martin is a lock? :P

6th and 7th backman (rookies)
I wouldn't be surprised if Brodie Smith and Bryce Retzlaff did well this year. But you've pretty much covered the lot.

Michael Johnson
Retzlaff could be the key to this. Keep your ears open.

Retzlaff looks like a lock  :)

Which Premium Mid?? Brett Peake or Andrew McQualter
Sewell.

Pendlebury & Sewell Vs Swan & Foley ?
Option A. Sewell has been tearing it up in the preseason, and he'll need to if he's going to keep his spot in the Hawks midfield. But i can't realistically see him getting dropped. He is a tackling machine so that equals big points. Hawthorn may be a lot like the ultra dominant Geelong teams of late, where they have had the whole midfield with 100+ averages. This guy averaged 111 a couple of years ago so its not beyond him. Foley won't reach those highs or anywhere near it. Pendlebury may match Swans average though, so nothing is lost there.

Sewell for Lock?  ;D

Warnock?
He will go well in the early rounds with not having to compete with Jacobs for time on ground this year. Kruezer won't be back for a while, so Warnock is the man.

SWAN & BOYD or PENDLEBURY & SELWOOD?
Selwood was the number one mid for ages last year when Bomber decided Ablett is a forward. His scores improved despite the tag. Hard ball winners like Selwood, Cross and Judd are unstoppable.

2011 Scoring Averages, Midfield Estimates!
Cross is a hard ball winner, tackling machine. A hardball get and a handball scores more than a handball received and a kick usually. Selwood. Pendlebury and Ablett are the same, and it's no coincidence that they are some of the highest scorers. Contested possessions are where the big scores are. Think Judd. Think Priddis. Think Andrew Swallow. Think Jobe.

Cross is a tick?  8) Or is it Cooney?  :-\

Cross v Boyd v Cooney
Cross had his best season SC-wise last year and might drop back a bit this year due to the emergence of Callan Ward. He'll still be good for a 105 average though.

Boyd doesn't have much improvement in him at all, but I can't see him dropping off.

Cooney is a bargain at that price. His price is a little reduced due to his score of 6 when he did his hammy effecting his average. He'll play forward in spurts this year, much like he did in his brownlow year, so he might bag a few goals in addition to his 25-30 touches each week. Might see some repeats of his 35 touches and 5 goals which he pulled off against Sydney. He has the highest upside so he gets my vote.

Can't really go wrong with any of them though.

Coondog for Brownlow number 2. Let's hope Swan actually cries this year. He was on the brink last year.

Or even Jobe ..........

I might take him anyway and just have faith in Libba (or whichever downgrade i select) to cover him in round 24. He could very well be in the top 5 mids for the year, and the unique part is appealing.

judd vs selwood
Selwood or Marc Murphy

Got wood for Selwood?  ;)

Murphy played 2010 with OP, which he is free of now. Top notch ball user. Get on him.

Judd is going to be an injury prone old man soon, with the distraction of his soon to be milf wife having a baby.

Gibbs is Gibbs. If there is some cheap possessions on offer then he'll be all over them.

Murphy and Gibbs maybe?

Leon Davis
And Garlett.

When questioned about Garlett the reply came

We'll see.

Jeff Garlett is the man for around that price. People should pay attention.

Davis vs dangerfield
I'm not buying all the Dangerfield hype. Not last year, not this year.

Davis hasn't impressed me that much either. Sure, he has been getting a lot of it, but his disposal isn't as good as it should be. If he can work on that then he will be great.

If Fyfe is in their price range then i'd be looking at him. Absolute gun of a player who will only improve.

But Jeff Garlett is the man in the 300-350 range.

Lock him in son :)

Swan & Danger or Montags & Missy Higgins
The one with Swan in it, because it's got Swan in it.

Pendlebury & Corey or Swan & Anthony
Swan and Anthony. Because it's got Swan in it.


The real risk takers are the ones who aren't starting with Goddard, Swan AND Sandilands.

Or whoever has Chappy. CRAZY.

I don't get the extreme love for Grimes, while bashing Drummond. They are as bad as each other and i am staying well away from Grimes.

As for risks - Bob Murphy, Higgins, Jeff Garlett, and Dustin Martin to defy the 2nd year rule, much like Jeff did last year. This kid is a STAR.

So Swan and Garlett ?  ::)

Buckley
Maverick Weller. Jasper Pittard.

Lower moving higher!
I would have preferred to go with "Lock him in Eddie"

Subtle?

I'd go with Adcock. Not too many other backs have averaged 110 in a season like this guy has. The potential is still there.

Adcock is popular for a reason.

For your team to Up Up Up you need to add co .. yeah lame joke never mind  :'(

2011 Countdown: Brett Deledio
Nah man. Newman will be just as good, perhaps even better than Deledio this year.

Starting Toy to save some cash?
If you want to save an easy 45K then get Newman instead of Deledio. Look at his stats for last year, and you'll notice that there is a major anomaly in one of his scores. He was in the top 7 backs in 2009 and should do so again in 2011. and it's not like the ball won't be in Richmonds backline much again this year.

anyone else coping a ruck donut rnd 1??
Haha, hell no. I've got Sandilands, Cox, Fraser and Petrie as my rucks. If Sandilands gets a rest, and Fraser gets injured, then i'll still be able to have 2 rucks who will produce decent scores. Having a strong ruck bench is vital if you ask me.

Jolly Vs Cox
I've got Sandilands and Cox, so I am confident that those 2 should help me get to the GF. Fraser and Petrie are only backups. Not gone at all old chap.

Rucks Sorted !!!! That was too easy?  :o

Rookies...enough to do your head in
Darling is doing just fine. A lock for round 1. Matera is killing it. Richardson is a certaintly. There's for forward bench, no worries. Stress less buddy, everything will be okay.

backline rookie???
I like the idea of both Watson and Duigan. At least you know one of them will be playing, so they are guaranteed to be your 7th defender.

Last Midfield bench spot?
wait until the teams come out i'd say.

With Mzungu gone who to put on the bench for same value???????????
The secret weapon named Luke Rounds. 7 times emergency last year, not spotted in the pre season.

Tendai Mzungu
Mzungu out. Darling in by the sounds of that review.

Go Fyfe.

Guessing the rookies isnt that important ... as stated ... when the teams come out .. pick then  8)

Mid-Priced Midfielder!!
Power will be played across half forward this year, and with his efficient ball use he will be lethal. He'll only need 20 possessions to score 100-110. Hitting targets inside 50 = big scores.

2 mid price midfielders?
Ahh i think it's a better idea than 3 prem/3 rookies. The rookies wont score as much, so they'll be a fair bit behind when they get upgraded. If you can have 13-14 keepers in the whole team then it's a viable option.

a bit of feedback fellas
You don't want to rely on rookies this year.

Explain to me how it's stupid?

I've got 3 premiums/keepers + Martin, Ward, Krakouer + Mzungu, Harris, Hibberd in reserve.
Once Mzungu has made enough, i'll sell him for a rookie and upgrade Martin to a premium. I'll have enough money left over to upgrade Ward to a premium the next week. What's so bad about that? The advantage of doing this is that Martin and Ward will score a lot more in the weeks that i have them, than players like Conca/Gaff will. I can do an upgrade on Krak by selling Harris. My midfield will be complete having used 5 trades, and i don't even need one reserve to play/increase in value. The advantage of this is that Martin wont miss any games due to byes, and he will score a lot more than rookies will while i have him.

A bit of Structure strategy?  8)

4th forward for $461,000
Cloke will be in the best 7 forwards this year.

6th def?
Otten. The End.

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After some consideration ... it was too hard to afford all the above mentioned players ... so converting Fraser to Smith just made sense.

McKernan - Retzlaff for MMP cover?

Also keeping Mzungu cause if you read the Midfield upgrade Mzungu should be back by the time all the upgrades are done. And allows for MPP with Pavlich. And saves a trade, which will be important considering i believe this team is League win only ... cause it has too many multi-bye/finals players to overall. Actually prob has to many players out for Finals to be anygood period :P But this is all in good fun :D

Anyway without Further Ado ... Enjoy :

Team Meow Meow

defenders    
1. Gibbs, B
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $508,300
2. Newman, C
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $450,900
3. Duffield, P
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $441,500
4. Grimes, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $428,200
5. Adcock, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $333,000
6. Otten, A
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $185,100
7. Duigan, N
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $103,600
   
23. Lower, N
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $103,600
24. McKernan, S
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $110,200
25. Hunt, K
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $117,700


midfield
    
8. Swan, D
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $617,300
9. Selwood, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $573,200
10. Watson, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $520,400
11. Martin, D
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $379,100
12. Ward, C
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $274,600
13. Krakouer, A
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $200,600
   
26. Harris, D
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $125,700
27. Hibberd, M
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $103,600
28. Mzungu, T
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $110,200

rucks
    
14. Sandilands, A
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $554,700
15. Cox, D
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $428,200
   
29. Smith, Z
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $117,700
30. Petrie, D
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $216,000

forwards
    
16. Riewoldt, N
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $529,900
17. Rioli, C
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $461,500
18. Pavlich, M
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $483,300
19. Cloke, T
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $441,300
20. Garlett, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $348,500
21. Walters, M
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $222,500
22. Richardson, C
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $110,200

31. Darling, J
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $103,600
32. Matera, B
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $110,200
33. Retzlaff, B
Pts: 0 Avg: 0 $110,200



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« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2011, 04:08:55 AM »

Ohh this is the team he posted a month ago:

Goddard, Gibbs, Malceski, Grimes, Otten, Heppell, Puopolo - KHunt, Toy, Duigan

Swan, Judd, Boyd, Hayes, Bartell :o , Mzungu - Gaff, Wallis, Hibberd

Sandilands, Warnock - Bailey, Campbell

Chapman, Roo, Franklin, Goodes, Veszpremi, Krakouer, Richardson - Matera, Darling, Callinan

$7,700  :D
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« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2011, 09:16:51 AM »

Nice work very entertaining read I just hope for your sake meow doesn't come out and win the bloody thing otherwise there might be a little egg on your face
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« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2011, 10:02:13 AM »

Nice work very entertaining read I just hope for your sake meow doesn't come out and win the bloody thing otherwise there might be a little egg on your face

Egg on my face? Why is that?  The above was just an exercise to pass some time ... and i needed to make it at least a little fun to read. Also one does not win Supercoach by selecting a gun Round 1 team ... there are 22 trades ahead that need to be made.

I have no problem with Meow or the players he recommends. If some people actually pay attention to what he writes and how he writes things ... you'll appreciate his style and humour. 


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« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2011, 10:02:30 AM »

the same meow meow that said that fevola and o'helpen should be in the team hahahahah meow man lets rate it


strike 1 .... no goddard!!!
strike 2 .... Mzungu injured
strike 3 .... No D Swallow

overall has had a few gambles that i admire that i reakon will pay off but no "goddard  no good"

 
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« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2011, 12:32:40 PM »

its actually a good team with an interesting structure could pay off and he will be a genius if it does
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« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2011, 01:12:51 PM »

the same meow meow that said that fevola and o'helpen should be in the team hahahahah meow man lets rate it


strike 1 .... no goddard!!!
strike 2 .... Mzungu injured
strike 3 .... No D Swallow

overall has had a few gambles that i admire that i reakon will pay off but no "goddard  no good"

a) Could very easily swap Goddard in for Swan. Home run?
b) If you bothered to read, i put mzungu injured in there for a reason, and ignoring that reason, again if you bothered to read
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"Last Midfield bench spot?
Quote from: meow meow on March 17, 2011, 05:49:40 PM

    wait until the teams come out i'd say.
c) Read b)
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« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2011, 01:54:06 PM »

I like the thread just the way I read it I thought you were having a laugh at meows expense no probs with me I enjoy reading meows input I reckon the majority of it is pot stirring but it is all in good fun
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« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2011, 01:57:22 PM »

10/10 thread

onto the T. Cloke bandwagon now.
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« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2011, 02:02:58 PM »

LOL nice read Marstar!

-Consider PM-ing him this link :P
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« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2011, 02:52:46 PM »

T. Cloke could be a viable option if he could kick and didn't drop every 2nd mark that came his way
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« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2011, 10:09:47 PM »

I predict that most people will be taking the wrong injury prone Dog this year. Higgins Higgins Higgins.
 
Harbrow gone, Hargrave injured, Gilbee maybe on the decline. All signs point to Bob Murphy being the number 1 rebounding defender at the Dogs. He'll have a bigger input into matches this year, and with his ball use and ability to find space he is a bargain at his current price.

History is almost repeating itself.
2006- ravaged by injury.
2007 - 17 games @ 71.
2008 - 21 games @ 93

2009 - ravaged by injury
2010 - 18 games @ 71
2011 - 22 games @ 95

methinks R.Murphy? lol

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« Reply #12 on: March 20, 2011, 01:06:11 AM »

Someone has too much time on their hands. Amusing read though, and i am flattered that you care so much about my team.

Team Meow Meow

defenders    
1. Gibbs, B
2. Newman, C
3. Duffield, P
4. Grimes, J
5. Adcock, J
6. Otten, A
7. Duigan, N
   
23. Lower, N
24. McKernan, S
25. Hunt, K


midfield
    
8. Swan, D
9. Selwood, J
10. Watson, J
11. Martin, D
12. Ward, C
13. Krakouer, A
   
26. Harris, D
27. Hibberd, M
28. Mzungu, T

rucks
    
14. Sandilands, A
15. Cox, D
   
29. Smith, Z
30. Petrie, D

forwards
    
16. Riewoldt, N
17. Rioli, C
18. Pavlich, M
19. Cloke, T
20. Garlett, J
21. Walters, M
22. Richardson, C

31. Darling, J
32. Matera, B
33. Retzlaff, B
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« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2011, 04:17:09 AM »

Gibbs, Deledio, H.Shaw, B.Smith, Batchelor, Duigan, Hibberd - Stanley, Toy, Lower/Watson
Goddard, Swan, Judd, Selwood, Cooney, Krakouer - Swallow, Bennell, Harris
Sandilands, Cox - J.Tippett, Z.Smith
Riewoldt, Franklin, Brown, Cyril, Garlett, Richardson, Darling - Petrie, I.Smith, Matera/Dixon

Screw the backline I say. They score the least of any position, and the only defenders worth picking are mids in disguise. Except H.Shaw who is too good to pass up at that price. I'm confident of ALL of them playing regular early games, but if I cop a 0 then so be it. I'm only going to assume that they would have scored 50 anyway, so it's not devastating.

OR you could look at it in a less frightening way:

Goddard, Gibbs, Deledio, Shaw, Stanley, Duigan, Smith - Batchelor, Toy, Lower
Swan, Judd, Selwood, Cooney, Swallow, Harris - Bennell, Smith, Hibberd
Sandilands, Cox - Smith, Tippett
Roo, Franklin, Brown, Cyril, Garlett, Petrie, Krakouer - Richardson, Darling, Dixon

If i really needed to, i could drop Bennell for a 110K mid and Get Otten into the backline. Or Cooney>Martin to get Otten and Swap Garlett to Higgins. Decisions Decisions.

Still, 14 players who are capable of 120+ scores is a decent start. That count doesn't include Garlett, who did it 3 times last year, and will do it at least 20 times this year.
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« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2011, 10:48:10 AM »

why would you want to swap Garlett to higgins he is going to score 120+ 20 times this year  ;)
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