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    Post by No Worries on Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:49 am

    @mattnz wrote:Thanks Milchy, knew I would find it here from you. Team planning starts now.

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    Post by Milchy on Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:01 am

    @mattnz wrote:First shot at putting a team together assuming that all players get the right starting roles. Looking like another guns and rookies season:

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    Haas (C) James
    Tevaga Williams D. Fifita
    Brimson Luai
    Bateman Ben Turbo
    Turbo Papenhuyzen Rookie

    Fainu Rookie Rookie Rookie
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    $9.52M spend (likely a bit more as some will be higher priced)

    There is almost 0% chance Bateman will be available at CTR next year.
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    Post by robelgordo on Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:52 am

    I’d say Burbo is only marginally higher chance than Bateman of playing CT R1 next year. I think this might be a bit early.
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    Post by Camo123 on Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:00 am

    Way too early to be asking this, but how do they usually price incoming SL players relative to their average in the ESL (overprice them or underprice them??). Was looking at George Williams' (incoming Raiders' half) statistics in ESL and they're pretty good

    In WCC v Roosters: 62 points with quality base stats (335 KM, 13 tackles, 130m) and 1 TA + LBA, 3 TBs

    In ESL this year he has 13 tries & 18 TA this season (26 games) and averages around 94m, 17 tackles (KM not shown on season stats) https://www.superleague.co.uk/player/23/george-williams
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    Post by No Worries on Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:25 am

    In years gone by it was a bit hit and miss and you could usually pick up an under priced ESL player. If anything of late they seem to have swung the other way in my opinion and they are over priced. No doubt someone will point to Bateman, but he would be the exception not the rule.
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    Post by Milchy on Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:32 am



    Sam Burgess's first year in the NRL he was ridiculously underpriced

    Since then its been harder to find a bargain (Sia Soilia was cheap and selectable at CTR his first year)

    My assumption is Williams won't be cheap. Its possible he'll be value - but I don't think he'll score tries at the same rate as he dd in ESL

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