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Re: Carlton

Postby Rik E Boy » Sat Aug 31, 2019 5:00 pm

Booney wrote:
Brodlach wrote:Now that’s a bet I got to take


Are you willing to seek some counsel prior to committing to this wager?


Poor predictable Bart, always picks Rock. :D

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Re: Carlton

Postby marbles » Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:53 pm

Already 9 delistings...

Tom Bugg (ret)
Alex Fasolo (ret)
Jarrod Garlett (del)
Pat Kerr (del)
Kym LeBois (del)
Matthew Lobbe (del)
Jarrod Pickett (del)
Angus Schumacher (del)
Dale Thomas (ret)
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Re: Carlton

Postby gadj1976 » Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:40 pm

marbles wrote:Already 9 delistings...

Tom Bugg (ret)
Alex Fasolo (ret)
Jarrod Garlett (del)
Pat Kerr (del)
Kym LeBois (del)
Matthew Lobbe (del)
Jarrod Pickett (del)
Angus Schumacher (del)
Dale Thomas (ret)


And this is a 'quiet' year? What's that 50 odd in 5 years?

End of 2015
Chris Judd (retired)
Andrew Carrazzo (retired)
David Ellard (retired)
Matthew Watson (delisted)
Cameron Giles (delisted)
Blaine Johnson (delisted)
Fraser Russell (delisted)
Lachie Henderson (Geelong)
Tom Bell (Brisbane)
Troy Menzel (Adelaide)
Chris Yarran (Richmond)
Robbie Warnock (delisted)
Nick Holman (delisted)
Tom Fields (delisted)
Brad Walsh (delisted)

End of 2016
Andrew Walker (retired)
Michael Jamison (retired)
Cameron Wood (retired)
Matthew Dick (delisted)
Jayden Foster (delisted)
Clem Smith (delisted)
Zach Tuohy (traded - Geelong)
Andrejs Everitt (delisted)
Dillon Viojo-Rainbow (delisted)
Jason Tutt (delisted)
Mark Whiley (delisted)
Andrew Galluci (delisted)
Billy Gowers (delisted)

End of 2017
Denis Armfield (retired)
Daniel Gorringe (retired)
Matthew Korcheck (retired)
Kristian Jaksch (delisted)
Liam Sumner (delisted)
Dylan Buckley (delisted)
Ciaran Sheehan (delisted)
Rhys Palmer (retired)
Andrew Gallucci (delisted)
Bryce Gibbs (trade, Adelaide)
Blaine Boekhorst (delisted)
Simon White (delisted)
Billie Smedts (delisted)

End of 2018
Alex Silvagni (retired)
Aaron Mullett (delisted)
Cameron O’Shea (delisted)
Matthew Shaw (delisted)
Jesse Glass-McCasker (delisted)
Matthew Wright (retired)
Nathan Kreuger (pre-listed state league player traded to Geelong)
Ciaran Byrne (retired)
Cillian McDaid (retired)
Shane McAdam (pre-listed state league player traded to Adelaide)
Sam Rowe (delisted)
Jed Lamb (delisted)
Sam Kerridge (delisted)
Nick Graham (delisted)
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Re: Carlton

Postby Booney » Mon Oct 14, 2019 2:48 pm

PAFC. Forever.

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Re: Carlton

Postby Brodlach » Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:07 pm

That’s pretty cool
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Re: Carlton

Postby DOC » Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:26 pm

Steven Silvagni to leave Carlton after the draft.

Silvagni on the outer over the recruiting of Betts (not part of the youth resurgance) and for not wanting Butler or Ellis despite the club chasing them all season.

Too many cooks.
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Re: Carlton

Postby Armchair expert » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:47 pm

Butler and Ellis are hacks so no great loss in not getting them

Betts is worth it purely for the off field benefits
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Re: Carlton

Postby beef » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:57 am

i was under the impression SOS didn't actually want Betts and was over ruled by the footy dept and now relationship is shit.
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Re: Carlton

Postby Booney » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:50 am

beef wrote:i was under the impression SOS didn't actually want Betts and was over ruled by the footy dept and now relationship is shit.


The marketing department and board would have had a fair say in it too, I'd imagine.
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Re: Carlton

Postby gadj1976 » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:16 pm

I've been thinking about the SOS situation and realistically we had little chance of getting Papley. So going into the trade period we would've had (in my order)

Papley > Betts > Ellis > Butler > others I may have missed

Ellis was always gone. We needed a crumbing forward and he was a high floating forward which worked well for Richmond because of their structure but not for us. Butler, not sure. We could've used him but I'm not sure he would've been as good as Papley or Betts.

Papley would've been the 'bomb'. However, what do you pay? Do you bend over or do you wait and see. For me, it's a situation of 'get them now' but you also don't want the club to be seen as an easy target going forward. So I'm happy with our stance. Let's have a look at the end of 2020.

Betts is the happy medium. You know what you're going to get - and for a really high pick, I'm happy with that. If the ball is moved quickly he'll be more likely to get goals rather than Adelaide's stagnant ball movement. And he will bring players into the game. He'll also provide on field leadership for McKay and C Curnow (if he gets on the ground). He has history with McGovern too, so I am not sure if that helps or hinders us!

I'm really disappointed that SOS might not see our success but I know he'll be responsible for it going forward, no matter what. He's had to shuffle deck chairs to get us 22 on the field each week but overall he's moved us forward which is all any list manager can be asked of!
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Re: Carlton

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Thu Nov 21, 2019 2:04 pm

Charlie Curnow to miss 3-4 months after slipping at home and fracturing his right Patella.
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Re: Carlton

Postby whufc » Sat Nov 23, 2019 12:21 pm

Booney wrote:
beef wrote:i was under the impression SOS didn't actually want Betts and was over ruled by the footy dept and now relationship is shit.


The marketing department and board would have had a fair say in it too, I'd imagine.


The marketing department would not be involved in a single football list decision, they wouldn’t have even been close to getting a calendar meeting request for such a decision.

Their role would be purely to maximise the cards they are dealt.
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Re: Carlton

Postby Armchair expert » Wed Nov 27, 2019 4:55 pm

After embarrassing the crows last year I wonder what SOS has in store for us tonight
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Re: Carlton

Postby DOC » Wed Nov 27, 2019 6:05 pm

Refresh my memory
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Re: Carlton

Postby gadj1976 » Sat Nov 30, 2019 10:55 pm

So we finished up getting Martin and Newnes for nothing, Betts, Pittonet and then added Kemp, Philp, Ramsay and Honey.

Can't complain!
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Re: Carlton

Postby Turbo » Sun Dec 01, 2019 9:23 pm

gadj1976 wrote:So we finished up getting Martin and Newnes for nothing, Betts, Pittonet and then added Kemp, Philp, Ramsay and Honey.

Can't complain!


Very happy with what we’ve gained


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Re: Carlton

Postby valleys07 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:38 pm

gadj1976 wrote:So we finished up getting Martin and Newnes for nothing, Betts, Pittonet and then added Kemp, Philp, Ramsay and Honey.

Can't complain!


I was desperate for Port to nab this bloke with our Bergman pick - has all the traits to be an outright star.

My only solace right now, is the fact that Gawn aside (no one else comes to mind), no player who has done an ACL at junior level has gone on to become a star at AFL level.
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Re: Carlton

Postby Ron Burgundy » Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:51 pm

Dont know that hes a star - but i think Lever did an ACL at junior level
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Re: Carlton

Postby valleys07 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:25 pm

Ron Burgundy wrote:Dont know that hes a star - but i think Lever did an ACL at junior level


Was a good to very good intercept defender prior to doing it again at the Dees, but not yet a star.
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Re: Carlton

Postby Bum Crack » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:51 pm

valleys07 wrote:
gadj1976 wrote:So we finished up getting Martin and Newnes for nothing, Betts, Pittonet and then added Kemp, Philp, Ramsay and Honey.

Can't complain!


I was desperate for Port to nab this bloke with our Bergman pick - has all the traits to be an outright star.

My only solace right now, is the fact that Gawn aside (no one else comes to mind), no player who has done an ACL at junior level has gone on to become a star at AFL level.

I thought Joel Selwood did an ACL the year before he was drafted.? He goes ok
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