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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby Jim05 » Wed Dec 15, 2021 10:06 am

Spargo wrote:
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Spargo wrote:Dylan Landt & Brodie Newman have left Glenelg, heading interstate.
Where is Dylan off to?

Playing in Darwin this weekend.
Essendon had approached him about returning to the VFL but I think it fell through
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby whybother » Wed Dec 15, 2021 10:16 am

Given the AFL clubs are always looking for an advantage, is this a strategy to not use up lower-down picks, wait and see what is available that haven't been used?
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby goddy11 » Wed Dec 15, 2021 11:06 am

Does anyone know if these train on players receive any allowance or pay while they are away from their current jobs? Its a big move to go interstate for a few months with no guarantees and money just to chase a dream.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby JK » Wed Dec 15, 2021 11:30 am

Naish announced at the Parade
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby am Bays » Wed Dec 15, 2021 11:56 am

JK wrote:Naish announced at the Parade


Does he know Norwood is a high risk Covid area, obviously chose the cash....
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby southernbulldog » Wed Dec 15, 2021 12:53 pm

Looks like a good get for Norwood they have appeared to recruited pretty well .
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby southernbulldog » Wed Dec 15, 2021 1:14 pm

Hopefully we might still get a couple more recruits we are going to need them .
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby westcoastpanther » Wed Dec 15, 2021 2:18 pm

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Mr Fuller wrote:I had thought that the Eagles were in a very strong position only losing Stengle and Burgoyne in the draft.

I didn't think we needed to do much recruiting but now we could potentially lose our two best players - Tsitas and Hayes! Powell may have to dust off those '50 applications' and review who may still be available!

The fact that AFL clubs can still sign up players following the wrap up of two drafts in December is ridiculous. If St Kilda & Gold Coast were going to sign up Hayes and Tsitas you'd think they would be doing so based on what they have done in their most recent seasons in the SANFL not based on 7-8 weeks of running and footy drills over Summer. This really mucks the Eagles up because we are unlikely to seek to replace them until such time as the AFL clubs make a decision and by then it will be too late.



With Hayes and Tsitas gone, that's a 1/4 of our GF side out. 3 good replacements coming in. Sheedy must know the strength of the kids coming up.


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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Dec 15, 2021 3:55 pm

southernbulldog wrote:Hopefully we might still get a couple more recruits we are going to need them .


We have some interstate lads training with us at the moment.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby goddy11 » Wed Dec 15, 2021 4:13 pm

westcoastpanther wrote:
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Mr Fuller wrote:I had thought that the Eagles were in a very strong position only losing Stengle and Burgoyne in the draft.

I didn't think we needed to do much recruiting but now we could potentially lose our two best players - Tsitas and Hayes! Powell may have to dust off those '50 applications' and review who may still be available!

The fact that AFL clubs can still sign up players following the wrap up of two drafts in December is ridiculous. If St Kilda & Gold Coast were going to sign up Hayes and Tsitas you'd think they would be doing so based on what they have done in their most recent seasons in the SANFL not based on 7-8 weeks of running and footy drills over Summer. This really mucks the Eagles up because we are unlikely to seek to replace them until such time as the AFL clubs make a decision and by then it will be too late.



With Hayes and Tsitas gone, that's a 1/4 of our GF side out. 3 good replacements coming in. Sheedy must know the strength of the kids coming up.



Did you complain when it happened to South for the last three years? MAY have cost us a flag....


I don't think my comment was a complaint at all. I actually think Sheedy has identified juniors that will make a step up from our U18 premiers. Loosing players is a fact of the SANFL. We lost many more last season and still won the GF.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby am Bays » Wed Dec 15, 2021 4:17 pm

goddy11 wrote:We lost many more last season and still won the GF.


All things considered it was a bloody great win by The Eagles this year considering who you lost from 2020 and the ultimate quality of your performance on Oct 3.

The day after at Sad Monday, the Glenelg players who played the state game spoke very highly of Sheedy
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby ferret » Wed Dec 15, 2021 5:35 pm

westcoastpanther wrote:
goddy11 wrote:
Mr Fuller wrote:I had thought that the Eagles were in a very strong position only losing Stengle and Burgoyne in the draft.

I didn't think we needed to do much recruiting but now we could potentially lose our two best players - Tsitas and Hayes! Powell may have to dust off those '50 applications' and review who may still be available!

The fact that AFL clubs can still sign up players following the wrap up of two drafts in December is ridiculous. If St Kilda & Gold Coast were going to sign up Hayes and Tsitas you'd think they would be doing so based on what they have done in their most recent seasons in the SANFL not based on 7-8 weeks of running and footy drills over Summer. This really mucks the Eagles up because we are unlikely to seek to replace them until such time as the AFL clubs make a decision and by then it will be too late.



With Hayes and Tsitas gone, that's a 1/4 of our GF side out. 3 good replacements coming in. Sheedy must know the strength of the kids coming up.


Did you complain when it happened to South for the last three years? MAY have cost us a flag....


The Eagles would have lost as many as the Panthers over that period, maybe more, but still went back to back.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby DOC » Fri Dec 17, 2021 5:51 pm

Probably it for recruiting as we head into the holiday break.

Tsiatis and Hayes are the only 2 SANFL players still training at AFL clubs. Time will tell.

South are still negotiating with an ex player and a VFL player who is willing to play for next to nothing (still seeking his AFL dream).
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby westcoastpanther » Sat Dec 18, 2021 11:00 am

ferret wrote:
westcoastpanther wrote:
goddy11 wrote:
Mr Fuller wrote:I had thought that the Eagles were in a very strong position only losing Stengle and Burgoyne in the draft.

I didn't think we needed to do much recruiting but now we could potentially lose our two best players - Tsitas and Hayes! Powell may have to dust off those '50 applications' and review who may still be available!

The fact that AFL clubs can still sign up players following the wrap up of two drafts in December is ridiculous. If St Kilda & Gold Coast were going to sign up Hayes and Tsitas you'd think they would be doing so based on what they have done in their most recent seasons in the SANFL not based on 7-8 weeks of running and footy drills over Summer. This really mucks the Eagles up because we are unlikely to seek to replace them until such time as the AFL clubs make a decision and by then it will be too late.



With Hayes and Tsitas gone, that's a 1/4 of our GF side out. 3 good replacements coming in. Sheedy must know the strength of the kids coming up.


Did you complain when it happened to South for the last three years? MAY have cost us a flag....


The Eagles would have lost as many as the Panthers over that period, maybe more, but still went back to back.


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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby ferret » Sat Dec 18, 2021 1:11 pm

It's basically the same, if the Eagles lose J. Hayes and Tsitas, they won't be notified till end of January too late to recruit replacements.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby arcadefire » Sat Dec 18, 2021 3:50 pm

Same thing happened last year with Rhyan Mansell...
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby southee » Sat Dec 18, 2021 4:14 pm

ferret wrote:It's basically the same, if the Eagles lose J. Hayes and Tsitas, they won't be notified till end of January too late to recruit replacements.


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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby Mr Fuller » Sat Dec 18, 2021 5:37 pm

Not sure if it has already been reported but Sam Breuer, son of former WWT Eagle star (and ex Geelong/Power) Shane Breuer, has signed for the Adelaide Crows Reserves.
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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby Spargo » Sat Dec 18, 2021 7:09 pm

Mr Fuller wrote:Not sure if it has already been reported but Sam Breuer, son of former WWT Eagle star (and ex Geelong/Power) Shane Breuer, has signed for the Adelaide Crows Reserves.

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Re: Season 2022 Player Movements

Postby RoosterMan » Sat Dec 18, 2021 7:12 pm

Shane's only claim to fame is being Port's first goalscorer in an AFL game in 1997.

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