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Re: COVID

Postby Reddeer » Mon Feb 15, 2021 10:02 am

tipper wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.


better than the sample size the crows used when they claimed they would get 4k crowds to their reserve games

and better than the sample size used when the reserve sides were introduced and we were told it was going to be a good thing...

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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Mon Feb 15, 2021 2:26 pm

tipper wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.


better than the sample size the crows used when they claimed they would get 4k crowds to their reserve games

and better than the sample size used when the reserve sides were introduced and we were told it was going to be a good thing...


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Re: COVID

Postby Pseudo » Mon Feb 15, 2021 5:48 pm

Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.

By god you're right, we need more data! Better keep them out for another decade or two so we can collect a decent sample...
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Re: COVID

Postby RB » Mon Feb 15, 2021 6:17 pm

Agreed, Pseudo. In the interests of science, if nothing else.
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:14 am

Pseudo wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.

By god you're right, we need more data! Better keep them out for another decade or two so we can collect a decent sample...


And break the contract? I don't think so.
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Re: COVID

Postby bulldogproud » Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:16 am

Booney wrote:
Pseudo wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.

By god you're right, we need more data! Better keep them out for another decade or two so we can collect a decent sample...


And break the contract? I don't think so.


Isn't the contract already broken? By changing their logo, haven't Port Magpies already admitted they have changed to being Port Power Reserves?
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:19 am

bulldogproud wrote:Isn't the contract already broken? By changing their logo, haven't Port Magpies already admitted they have changed to being Port Power Reserves?
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The Port Adelaide Football Club logo?
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Re: COVID

Postby Jimmy_041 » Tue Feb 16, 2021 11:15 am

Booney wrote:
bulldogproud wrote:Isn't the contract already broken? By changing their logo, haven't Port Magpies already admitted they have changed to being Port Power Reserves?
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The Port Adelaide Football Club logo?


I get confused with all of these Port Adelaides
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 16, 2021 11:21 am

Jimmy_041 wrote:
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bulldogproud wrote:Isn't the contract already broken? By changing their logo, haven't Port Magpies already admitted they have changed to being Port Power Reserves?
Cheers


The Port Adelaide Football Club logo?


I get confused with all of these Port Adelaides


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Re: COVID

Postby bulldogproud » Tue Feb 16, 2021 11:32 am

Booney wrote:
bulldogproud wrote:Isn't the contract already broken? By changing their logo, haven't Port Magpies already admitted they have changed to being Port Power Reserves?
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The Port Adelaide Football Club logo?


They have ditched the magpie in favour of the Power's logo indicating they are no longer Port Adelaide Magpies. They contracted with the SANFL as the Port Adelaide Magpies.
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Re: COVID

Postby Pseudo » Tue Feb 16, 2021 12:55 pm

Booney wrote:
Pseudo wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.

By god you're right, we need more data! Better keep them out for another decade or two so we can collect a decent sample...


And break the contract? I don't think so.

They've broken it before; I'm sure they can break it again, especially for the sake of due diligence.
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 16, 2021 1:00 pm

Pseudo wrote:They've broken it before; I'm sure they can break it again, especially for the sake of due diligence.


So long as our compensation is adequate I guess we could consider it.
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Re: COVID

Postby Pseudo » Tue Feb 16, 2021 1:13 pm

Booney wrote:
Pseudo wrote:They've broken it before; I'm sure they can break it again, especially for the sake of due diligence.


So long as our compensation is adequate I guess we could consider it.

Still waiting on the compensation for last year's breach. Tell you what, we'll consider it even.
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Tue Feb 16, 2021 1:14 pm

Pseudo wrote:
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Pseudo wrote:They've broken it before; I'm sure they can break it again, especially for the sake of due diligence.


So long as our compensation is adequate I guess we could consider it.

Still waiting on the compensation for last year's breach. Tell you what, we'll consider it even.


That's quite favourable to you, we'll consider this and come back. Literally. We'll. Come. Back.
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Re: COVID

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Feb 17, 2021 8:19 am

Booney wrote:
Pseudo wrote:
Booney wrote:
southernbulldog wrote:Last season showed we dont need them


Good sample size you've used to support your argument.

By god you're right, we need more data! Better keep them out for another decade or two so we can collect a decent sample...


And break the contract? I don't think so.

broken already,
didn't play last season & haven't paid their bill.
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Wed Feb 17, 2021 8:29 am

gazzamagoo wrote:broken already,
didn't play last season & haven't paid their bill.


Shows how much you want / need us then, doesn't it?
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Re: COVID

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Feb 17, 2021 9:50 am

something tells me we've digressed somewhat :D :D
Booney, what are your thoughts on this matter,
do you think, with all these borders opening & closing all the time & with the constant threat of Covid outbreaks all the time, is it wise for the 2 clubs in question to field their teams in the SANFL? And I'm actually being serious lol
What would happen if we start the footy season, only for an outbreak to occur & travel bubbles are once again imposed?
What happens if we're 3 or 6 round into the season?
Do Port & Crows forfeit the remaining matches, resulting in their opponents winning by default?
Interesting stuff!
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Re: COVID

Postby whufc » Wed Feb 17, 2021 10:32 am

gazzamagoo wrote:something tells me we've digressed somewhat :D :D
Booney, what are your thoughts on this matter,
do you think, with all these borders opening & closing all the time & with the constant threat of Covid outbreaks all the time, is it wise for the 2 clubs in question to field their teams in the SANFL? And I'm actually being serious lol
What would happen if we start the footy season, only for an outbreak to occur & travel bubbles are once again imposed?
What happens if we're 3 or 6 round into the season?
Do Port & Crows forfeit the remaining matches, resulting in their opponents winning by default?
Interesting stuff!


Sportsbet odd on favourite the answer is 'do whatever Port needs us to do', let them play until it happens then forfeit if they cant, There 'reserves' players must get a game so we have no choice but to cater for what they need.
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Re: COVID

Postby Booney » Wed Feb 17, 2021 10:37 am

gazzamagoo wrote:something tells me we've digressed somewhat :D :D
Booney, what are your thoughts on this matter,
do you think, with all these borders opening & closing all the time & with the constant threat of Covid outbreaks all the time, is it wise for the 2 clubs in question to field their teams in the SANFL? And I'm actually being serious lol
What would happen if we start the footy season, only for an outbreak to occur & travel bubbles are once again imposed?
What happens if we're 3 or 6 round into the season?
Do Port & Crows forfeit the remaining matches, resulting in their opponents winning by default?
Interesting stuff!


I think we now have 16 SANFL listed players. We have 42 on our AFL list.

If, by chance, another Queensland based hub was to eventuate ( I don't think this will given the nature of COVID response in Australia is completely different in mid-2021 than it was in early / mid 2020 ) then we would probably do what we did last year, take 30 or 32 players into the hub leaving 10-12 players here + the 16 SANFL listed = 26-28.

Allow for some injuries or quarantine etc ( 4-6 ) then we would have 20+ here in Adelaide with potentially only 4-6 of them AFL listed.

Given the situation I'd say the SANFL would rather us add to our SANFL list via local talent than remove us from the season.

Keep in mind the AFL removed the SANFL sides last year as it was all a complete unknown, in the end it was probably an over reaction but what were they to do? I'd imagine 2021 has far more planning and contingency plans in place if there were to be another AFL hub situation.
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Re: COVID

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Feb 17, 2021 2:00 pm

Booney wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:something tells me we've digressed somewhat :D :D
Booney, what are your thoughts on this matter,
do you think, with all these borders opening & closing all the time & with the constant threat of Covid outbreaks all the time, is it wise for the 2 clubs in question to field their teams in the SANFL? And I'm actually being serious lol
What would happen if we start the footy season, only for an outbreak to occur & travel bubbles are once again imposed?
What happens if we're 3 or 6 round into the season?
Do Port & Crows forfeit the remaining matches, resulting in their opponents winning by default?
Interesting stuff!


I think we now have 16 SANFL listed players. We have 42 on our AFL list.

If, by chance, another Queensland based hub was to eventuate ( I don't think this will given the nature of COVID response in Australia is completely different in mid-2021 than it was in early / mid 2020 ) then we would probably do what we did last year, take 30 or 32 players into the hub leaving 10-12 players here + the 16 SANFL listed = 26-28.

Allow for some injuries or quarantine etc ( 4-6 ) then we would have 20+ here in Adelaide with potentially only 4-6 of them AFL listed.

Given the situation I'd say the SANFL would rather us add to our SANFL list via local talent than remove us from the season.

Keep in mind the AFL removed the SANFL sides last year as it was all a complete unknown, in the end it was probably an over reaction but what were they to do? I'd imagine 2021 has far more planning and contingency plans in place if there were to be another AFL hub situation.


As each AwFuL linked club would have approximately half a full squad of SANFL players, is it possible that the Crows and Power reserves form into the one team, giving us a nine-team competition if Covid does intervene?
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