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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Panther Pack » Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:33 am

It's funny how people say that Adelaide & Port always have injuries and this could be a reason to justify a Marquee player.
What happens when an SANFL club loses one of it's best players to an injury? They have to bring someone up from the reserves who clearly won't be as good as player as the player who is injured.

No tapping into marquee players for the 8 SANFL clubs just deal with the injury.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby LMA » Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:00 pm

Panther Pack wrote:It's funny how people say that Adelaide & Port always have injuries and this could be a reason to justify a Marquee player.
What happens when an SANFL club loses one of it's best players to an injury? They have to bring someone up from the reserves who clearly won't be as good as player as the player who is injured.

No tapping into marquee players for the 8 SANFL clubs just deal with the injury.


The Marquee was set up for the opposite, not enough injuries. Experienced players missing out over forced youth selections.

You make a good point though, you should be able to replace a LTI player like they do in the AFL.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Dogs64 » Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:17 pm

LMA wrote:
Panther Pack wrote:It's funny how people say that Adelaide & Port always have injuries and this could be a reason to justify a Marquee player.
What happens when an SANFL club loses one of it's best players to an injury? They have to bring someone up from the reserves who clearly won't be as good as player as the player who is injured.

No tapping into marquee players for the 8 SANFL clubs just deal with the injury.


The Marquee was set up for the opposite, not enough injuries. Experienced players missing out over forced youth selections.

You make a good point though, you should be able to replace a LTI player like they do in the AFL.

Does anyone on this site think Steve Sommerton was on a max of $29k a year?
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Brett » Thu Dec 05, 2019 4:07 pm

Only a couple probably
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby LMA » Thu Dec 05, 2019 5:31 pm

Dogs64 wrote:
LMA wrote:
Panther Pack wrote:It's funny how people say that Adelaide & Port always have injuries and this could be a reason to justify a Marquee player.
What happens when an SANFL club loses one of it's best players to an injury? They have to bring someone up from the reserves who clearly won't be as good as player as the player who is injured.

No tapping into marquee players for the 8 SANFL clubs just deal with the injury.


The Marquee was set up for the opposite, not enough injuries. Experienced players missing out over forced youth selections.

You make a good point though, you should be able to replace a LTI player like they do in the AFL.

Does anyone on this site think Steve Sommerton was on a max of $29k a year?


Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Dutchy » Thu Dec 05, 2019 8:03 pm

LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby LMA » Thu Dec 05, 2019 9:19 pm

Dutchy wrote:
LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more


Give me some figures, most I have heard in recent times is $1500 per game in a couple of country leagues. The cap for the Ammos is $54k and I think the country is maybe $15k more than that. Doesn't leave much room for anyone else.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Spargo » Thu Dec 05, 2019 9:38 pm

LMA wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more


Give me some figures, most I have heard in recent times is $1500 per game in a couple of country leagues. The cap for the Ammos is $54k and I think the country is maybe $15k more than that. Doesn't leave much room for anyone else.


Some blokes are on $3k per game in leagues where the cockies cough up the cash.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby LMA » Thu Dec 05, 2019 10:21 pm

Spargo wrote:
LMA wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more


Give me some figures, most I have heard in recent times is $1500 per game in a couple of country leagues. The cap for the Ammos is $54k and I think the country is maybe $15k more than that. Doesn't leave much room for anyone else.


Some blokes are on $3k per game in leagues where the cockies cough up the cash.


:shock: You wouldn't want to have a few bad games in a row. Ridiculous coin.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby blueandwhite » Thu Dec 05, 2019 10:27 pm

Yep plenty of guys in the bush getting 2-3k / game.- cash.
Just to give you an idea...the very top sanfl players have a sign on fee...usually around 20k/year... ..and then are paid on a per game basis...what that amount is ,is negotiable.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby stan » Fri Dec 06, 2019 7:20 am

I feel the salary cap is only a guide and we follow the North and Central Districts model.

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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Brodlach » Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:06 am

Stretch signed at the Bays
July 11th 2012....
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby stan » Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:22 am

Brodlach wrote:Stretch signed at the Bays
Sounds like bit of a log tail to me.
Read my reply. It is directed at you because you have double standards
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby DOC » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:23 am

I had it in my mind he was an Eagles junior.

Good replacement for Josh Koster.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:25 am

DOC wrote:I had it in my mind he was an Eagles junior.

Good replacement for Josh Koster.

Much better player than Koster and will fit in very nicely.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby DOC » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:31 am

Turn your detector on.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Groucho » Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:29 am

stan wrote:I feel the salary cap is only a guide and we follow the North and Central Districts model.

>>> Yes that's sarcasm folks, bit of humour before you all melt down <<<


Which League do Central Districts play in. The team in the S.A.N.F.L. is called Central District. ;)
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby Cash 123 » Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:30 am

LMA wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more


Give me some figures, most I have heard in recent times is $1500 per game in a couple of country leagues. The cap for the Ammos is $54k and I think the country is maybe $15k more than that. Doesn't leave much room for anyone else.


You should know. Your captain left for near on $2K a game for an hour drive.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby JK » Fri Dec 06, 2019 12:08 pm

Hope It doesn’t happen to any of the clubs, but Bays might be nervous about the mid-season draft and other various recruiting windows.
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Re: 2020 Player movement

Postby The Ash Man » Fri Dec 06, 2019 12:15 pm

Spargo wrote:
LMA wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
LMA wrote:
Why not, equates to just over $1600 per game. There wouldn't be too many leagues in this state offering that to entice a player.


No they offer way more


Give me some figures, most I have heard in recent times is $1500 per game in a couple of country leagues. The cap for the Ammos is $54k and I think the country is maybe $15k more than that. Doesn't leave much room for anyone else.


Some blokes are on $3k per game in leagues where the cockies cough up the cash.


Or their missus that plays D Grade netball for the club on a Saturday is paid $1500 a game to get around the cap
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