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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby oldman » Mon Feb 28, 2022 11:23 am

What are the planned numbers for SANFL squads this season??
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Hazydog » Mon Feb 28, 2022 11:35 am

gazzamagoo wrote:
Hazydog wrote:And the two struggling are? From my outsiders view I would rule out (in no particular order) North, Sturt, Norwood, Eagles, Centrals, Glenelg and South.
That leaves just West.

It was inferred that We are struggling as well.


Not necessarily - but given our rattling of the tins when Covid hit, that would be a reasonable assumption.

My understanding is that the $2M mortgage that was hanging over us for quite a few years has now been fully paid (courtesy of the footy park dividends) which leaves us with minimal debt which is a healthy financial situation to be in.
Good plans in place for facility upgrades which I assume is largely covered by various grants.. along with the long term vision to relocate the licenced premises…and after last Saturday we surely must be top 3 certainties this year!!
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Mon Feb 28, 2022 12:22 pm

oldman wrote:What are the planned numbers for SANFL squads this season??


There is no limit (that I am aware of).
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Ronnie » Mon Feb 28, 2022 12:48 pm

In terms of finances all the clubs are facing increasing costs to fund expanded football programs. Most, if not all, are looking at second training ovals to cope with the demands. This will involve expenditure on facilities. Talk of Glenelg at Morphetville, Sturt at Urrbrae.
Hopefully the SANFL recognize this.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby gazzamagoo » Mon Feb 28, 2022 1:29 pm

Hazydog wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Hazydog wrote:And the two struggling are? From my outsiders view I would rule out (in no particular order) North, Sturt, Norwood, Eagles, Centrals, Glenelg and South.
That leaves just West.

It was inferred that We are struggling as well.


Not necessarily - but given our rattling of the tins when Covid hit, that would be a reasonable assumption.

My understanding is that the $2M mortgage that was hanging over us for quite a few years has now been fully paid (courtesy of the footy park dividends) which leaves us with minimal debt which is a healthy financial situation to be in.
Good plans in place for facility upgrades which I assume is largely covered by various grants.. along with the long term vision to relocate the licenced premises…and after last Saturday we surely must be top 3 certainties this year!!


Yes, We are finally debt-free, plus We now have council approval to build a second pokies venue on Main North Road.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby whufc » Mon Feb 28, 2022 1:45 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
Hazydog wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
Hazydog wrote:And the two struggling are? From my outsiders view I would rule out (in no particular order) North, Sturt, Norwood, Eagles, Centrals, Glenelg and South.
That leaves just West.

It was inferred that We are struggling as well.


Not necessarily - but given our rattling of the tins when Covid hit, that would be a reasonable assumption.

My understanding is that the $2M mortgage that was hanging over us for quite a few years has now been fully paid (courtesy of the footy park dividends) which leaves us with minimal debt which is a healthy financial situation to be in.
Good plans in place for facility upgrades which I assume is largely covered by various grants.. along with the long term vision to relocate the licenced premises…and after last Saturday we surely must be top 3 certainties this year!!


Yes, We are finally debt-free, plus We now have council approval to build a second pokies venue on Main North Road.


I'm out of the loop up here, we only have one pub with pokies in it and its the worse pub in the region so I never go there BUT are pokie venues still the gold mine they once were especially on the back of the current covid situations???
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby southernbulldog » Mon Feb 28, 2022 1:54 pm

Pity we cant get lights suitable to play under
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby gazzamagoo » Mon Feb 28, 2022 2:26 pm

southernbulldog wrote:Pity we cant get lights suitable to play under

The globes cost a fortune to replace.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Wedgie » Wed Mar 02, 2022 4:50 pm

whufc wrote:
whybother wrote:Does anyone know the status of Jack Hayes at St Kilda. He is not listed on their website as a "current player"


Will be signed by the end of next week.....all but a done deal, he has moved over there 'permanently' now.

Officially signed today.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Eagles Nest » Thu Mar 03, 2022 1:42 pm

I'm out of the loop up here, we only have one pub with pokies in it and its the worse pub in the region so I never go there BUT are pokie venues still the gold mine they once were especially on the back of the current covid situations???[/quote]

Not that I play the Pokies (prefer watching replays of the Eagles Premiership Years, Q2 2020 especially) but I believe on line gambling has impacted on revenue. Still a good income stream for the Clubs but they may not be considered the cash cow they once were.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby whufc » Thu Mar 03, 2022 5:03 pm

Eagles Nest wrote:I'm out of the loop up here, we only have one pub with pokies in it and its the worse pub in the region so I never go there BUT are pokie venues still the gold mine they once were especially on the back of the current covid situations???


Not that I play the Pokies (prefer watching replays of the Eagles Premiership Years, Q2 2020 especially) but I believe on line gambling has impacted on revenue. Still a good income stream for the Clubs but they may not be considered the cash cow they once were.[/quote]

Yeah that’s what I was thinking. Surely on line gambling is only going to have a greater impact as time goes on.

Have also seen some AFL clubs in recent years refuse to take money from pokies eg I believe North Melbourne are one.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Hazydog » Mon Mar 07, 2022 5:05 pm

Still no announcement on how Port and Crows will compile their “supplementary” list? 20 players they need to have nominated isnt it?
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Eagles Nest » Mon Mar 07, 2022 8:30 pm

Hazydog wrote:Still no announcement on how Port and Crows will compile their “supplementary” list? 20 players they need to have nominated isnt it?


They make their own rules up as they go - Alberton and Chris Davies especially
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby Wedgie » Tue Mar 08, 2022 4:31 pm

After being part of the consultation phase in developing an AFL Top Up Players COVID contingency plan, SANFL is supportive of the model released by the AFL today.

SANFL General Manager Football Matt Duldig today said:

“SANFL has worked closely with the AFL, Adelaide and Port Adelaide football clubs and SANFL Clubs to find the best solution to these potential challenges we continue to face at all levels of football with the pandemic.

“Importantly, we believe the model ensures the strength and integrity of our competition will be protected should the need arise for AFL COVID Contingency Top Up Players to be activated.

“The COVID pandemic continues to present challenges for football, however, ultimately, the regulations of this model ensure continuity of our Hostplus SANFL League in season 2022 and minimise the impact on SANFL team lists.

“We would like to acknowledge AFL General Manager Football Brad Scott for working collaboratively with both SANFL and the AFL clubs in the development of the guidelines under this model.

“Pleasingly, we have been able to minimise any potential impact on our competition by being involved in the consultation process.”

Key points of the AFL COVID Contingency Top Up Players model are:

AFL Clubs can register up to 20 additional players to make up their ‘Top Up COVID Contingency Pool’, with a maximum of four players from each NGA aligned*
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Clubs may only select an activated player if there is less than 28 AFL listed players available, and it is not reasonable in the circumstances to play an AFL Listed player.
The number of ‘COVID Contingency Players’ a club activates must not exceed the number of ‘Protocol Players’ (those positive to COVID-19 or a close contact) that the Club has at any point in time.
If not selected for AFL, the SANFL player will always play for their SANFL Club.
SANFL Clubs with be financially compensated for each SANFL match a player misses, or if a long-term injury is sustained, under these guidelines.

*Central District, Glenelg, North Adelaide and Sturt are aligned to Adelaide Football Club under an existing Next Generation Academy (NGA) program. Norwood, South Adelaide, West Adelaide and Woodville-West Torrens aligned to Port Adelaide Football Club.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby gazzamagoo » Tue Mar 08, 2022 4:51 pm

What happens if a SANFL club has the same issues.
Will the AFL help us out, by letting us borrow players from either the power reserves or Crows reserves?
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby TDJ44 » Tue Mar 08, 2022 5:04 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:What happens if a SANFL club has the same issues.
Will the AFL help us out, by letting us borrow players from either the power reserves or Crows reserves?

They don't care,the AFL is shit.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby gazzamagoo » Tue Mar 08, 2022 5:29 pm

I suppose we get f**k all notice too, I'm thinking that if Sloan wakes up Saturday morning feeling shithouse, they will just pluck a player in an "aligned club", that suits his style of game, leaving a big hole in the SANFL side. (or up to 4 holes!)
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby am Bays » Tue Mar 08, 2022 5:34 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:I suppose we get f**k all notice too, I'm thinking that if Sloan wakes up Saturday morning feeling shithouse, they will just pluck a player in an "aligned club", that suits his style of game, leaving a big hole in the SANFL side. (or up to 4 holes!)


Not quite

Wedgie wrote:Clubs may only select an activated player if there is less than 28 AFL listed players available, and it is not reasonable in the circumstances to play an AFL Listed player.

If not selected for AFL, the SANFL player will always play for their SANFL Club.
Let that be a lesson to you Port, no one beats the Bays five times in a row in a GF and gets away with it!!!
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby DOC » Tue Mar 08, 2022 6:21 pm

The players can say no.
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Re: SANFL 2022 Season

Postby whybother » Tue Mar 08, 2022 6:33 pm

Maybe true SANFL followers should establish a go-fund-me type of slush fund to pay any potential fill in AFL players a "tidy sum" to stay true to the local comp
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