End of season Retirements and move ons

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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Magellan » Mon Oct 28, 2019 5:11 am

Big Phil wrote:He was from Brinkworth Spalding Redhill.

Sounds like a law firm.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby MJP1993 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 6:42 am

Big Phil wrote:
ferret wrote:
Booney wrote:Eagles Jack Hayes goes bush.


Most probably gone to visit the parents on the farm.


Going to Broughton Mundoora.

He was from Brinkworth Spalding Redhill.


Seeing it’s a hoax look who posted it online and it was taken down an hour later
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby wedgetail » Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:06 pm

Booney wrote:Eagles Jack Hayes goes bush.


As Donald Trump would say "FAKE NEWS!"
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Panther Pack » Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:56 pm

Any truth Irra is leaving South to sign for Norwood?

If true what's going on at South why are our players leaving?
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby southee » Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:32 pm

Panther Pack wrote:Any truth Irra is leaving South to sign for Norwood?

If true what's going on at South why are our players leaving?


Haven't heard that one :shock:
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby blood bath » Tue Oct 29, 2019 8:34 am

southee wrote:
Panther Pack wrote:Any truth Irra is leaving South to sign for Norwood?

If true what's going on at South why are our players leaving?


Haven't heard that one :shock:


https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/messenge ... 5fb2b90546

"REDLEGS EYE EX-ROO, FORMER PANTHER

An experienced AFL player and a former Power rookie look set to join Norwood this off-season.

Ex-North Melbourne and Brisbane midfielder Ryan Bastinac and South Adelaide speedster Emmanuel Irra are understood to be close to being confirmed as Redlegs signings.

Bastinac, 28, has played 164 games at the elite level but Norwood is waiting to see if he lands at another AFL club as a delisted free agent.He is friends with the Redlegs’ former Kangaroo Brad McKenzie and been on Norwood’s radar for a few years.

Irra, 25, spent two seasons on Port’s list before being cut at the end of last year and returning to South for this past campaign.

He played 14 matches for the Panthers in 2019.

Norwood has lost a swag of experience during the off-season following the SANFL retirements of Jace Bode, Alex Georgiou, Brady Dawe and Ed Smart."
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby gazzamagoo » Tue Oct 29, 2019 9:44 am

Tim Auckland has left Centrals & joined Clarence.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby am Bays » Tue Oct 29, 2019 10:01 am

gazzamagoo wrote:Tim Auckland has left Centrals & joined Claremont.

Choice.

So he’s Wellington move that far? Christ! churchy is he? Hey Bro, Do you think he Dunedin-ough for the Dogs?
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Magellan » Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:42 am

am Bays wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:Tim Auckland has left Centrals & joined Claremont.

Choice.

So he’s Wellington move that far? Christ! churchy is he? Hey Bro, Do you think he Dunedin-ough for the Dogs?

Hope he Rotorua(l) good explanation for his shift to the coach.

Should do well over in WA, punters should Whakatane dosh on him to take out the Sandover. Hear he likes Mexican food, plenty of good places to grab Otago or three in WA.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby JK » Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:44 am

Does it really Matamata?
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Magellan » Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:33 pm

JK wrote:Does it really Matamata?

Probably not, but Waikato-ver it so soon when there's still some puns to be made? To be honest, Ardern know if there's a Lange way to go.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby am Bays » Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:48 pm

Centrals fans All’ve Black mark against his name now
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Booney » Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:50 pm

Give it a rest, wanaka's.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Barracker1 » Wed Oct 30, 2019 7:57 am

Lets get back to business!! Go through every club from top to bottom and look at the players that are departing the SANFL for country footy and $$$$ for the third year in a row, and then look at the ins at clubs. Very few ins and massive outs. Some clubs have grabbed a few disenchanted players from other SANFL clubs but the comp gets weaker by the year. Do yourself a favour and scroll back over the past 3 years and see the decay we call the SANFL.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Barracker1 » Wed Oct 30, 2019 7:58 am

Sorry!! Typically the SANFL administration simply allow it to happen and do F***all to address it.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby stan » Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:00 am

Barracker1 wrote:Lets get back to business!! Go through every club from top to bottom and look at the players that are departing the SANFL for country footy and $$$$ for the third year in a row, and then look at the ins at clubs. Very few ins and massive outs. Some clubs have grabbed a few disenchanted players from other SANFL clubs but the comp gets weaker by the year. Do yourself a favour and scroll back over the past 3 years and see the decay we call the SANFL.
Not just country clubs although they make up a large percentage but the ammos get a few as well.

Also with Jack Trengrove going straight from an AFL list to an ammo club should probably raise a few eyebrows as well
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Booney » Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:22 am

How much would Edwardstown be paying Pearce?
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby JK » Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:46 am

Booney wrote:How much would Edwardstown be paying Pearce?


12 beer tickets per game
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby Booney » Wed Oct 30, 2019 9:52 am

JK wrote:
Booney wrote:How much would Edwardstown be paying Pearce?


12 beer tickets per game


I ******* love beer tickets.
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Re: End of season Retirements and move ons

Postby am Bays » Wed Oct 30, 2019 10:05 am

This issue always come up every year.

IMO there is nothing new to this I can recall players leaving SANFL clubs for the Country and "Amateur"/Metro leagues in the 80s and 90s.

Players in their prime and at the end of the end of their league careers chasing $$$ and one night of training a week.

The reality is the SANFL is more of a commitment than it ever was, Three nights a week training, play and recovery session on the weekend 5/7 days

Not to mention training 3-4 nights a week from Mid Nov to March, pre-season, SANFL players spend every 2nd day of the year at their club.

Older players who've done it for 10 + years, Grigg, Pearce, Trengove, Lewis, etc get to the pint when footy becomes less of a priority and they want to go off play a less serious brand of footy and concentrate on their carers that will sustain them for their next 4 years.

Takes a special breed of person to dedicate themselves to the SANFL for the minimum chips that they get paid.

Currently, what we also don't know as the clubs keep them to themselves, that for every player they've lost/cut there has at least one other invited to do pre-season which isn't publicised or if it is not until December.

Also Clubs are also actively talking to recruits or have signed recruits pending the outcome of the two drafts. These "in's" will be announced at a later date.

Has the SANFL lost it's prestige compared to 20-30 years ago, yep
Does it lose arguably more good players than what it did 20-30 years ago, yep
Will it continue to attract good players who want to test themselves sat the highest level outside of the AFL (WAFL/VFL not that far behind), yep

Still a damn good competition
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