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    Post by my tv broke on Wed May 20, 2020 9:36 am

    @multiple.scoregasms wrote:

    Retired into a cushy job as a club development officer earning over half a mil a year. The same job offer that the Tigers received a cap penalty for offering Farah

    from what i read it was 100k a year?

    anyways
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    Post by my tv broke on Wed May 20, 2020 9:37 am

    pulled this from an article about Foran's return in round 3 on nrl.com, seems that Britt will get the edge spot

    "He has been defending on the left edge alongside second-rower Dean Britt and winger Nick Meaney said Foran's presence lifted the confidence of the entire side."

    Priced pretty awkwardly. In his two starts at 2nd row last year he scored 49 (with a try) and 45
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    Post by StormTrooper96 on Wed May 20, 2020 9:49 am

    @my tv broke wrote:pulled this from an article about Foran's return in round 3 on nrl.com, seems that Britt will get the edge spot

    "He has been defending on the left edge alongside second-rower Dean Britt and winger Nick Meaney said Foran's presence lifted the confidence of the entire side."

    Priced pretty awkwardly. In his two starts at 2nd row last year he scored 49 (with a try) and 45

    So what you're saying is everyone is bound to get hyped by the new kid in class and trade him in at his awkward price for him to produce awkward scores and have people regretting the decision to then sell him after two weeks and he busts out a 60 point game making everyone instantly regret their decision??

    TL;DR those scores were with a much better attacking Rabbitohs squad. Instead of the defence first Bulldogs.
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    Post by Milchcow on Wed May 20, 2020 9:53 am

    @StormTrooper96 wrote:

    So what you're saying is everyone is bound to get hyped by the new kid in class and trade him in at his awkward price for him to produce awkward scores and have people regretting the decision to then sell him after two weeks and he busts out a 60 point game making everyone instantly regret their decision??

    TL;DR those scores were with a much better attacking Rabbitohs squad. Instead of the defence first Bulldogs.

    Dean Britt will definitely put up the scores we wanted from Stimson and be an absolute must have trade in (by my count there are now 7 "must have" trade-ins for our 4 trades, so I hope everyone is ready to be flexible on the definition of '"must have")


    PS Don't ask me to name the 7, I just made up a number. But I do think the term "must have" gets overused on here. Harry Grant is probably a must have, and that is about all I could state with any confidence at this point.
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    Post by my tv broke on Wed May 20, 2020 9:54 am

    @StormTrooper96 wrote:

    So what you're saying is everyone is bound to get hyped by the new kid in class and trade him in at his awkward price for him to produce awkward scores and have people regretting the decision to then sell him after two weeks and he busts out a 60 point game making everyone instantly regret their decision??

    TL;DR those scores were with a much better attacking Rabbitohs squad. Instead of the defence first Bulldogs.

    haha. i dont know.

    in games over 40 mins (6) he has averaged 43 from 54 minutes. That's pretty good, but I don't know how many of those minutes were played in the middle third either. He appears to have a good work rate.
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    Post by Camo123 on Wed May 20, 2020 9:57 am

    @Milchcow wrote:

    Dean Britt will definitely put up the scores we wanted from Stimson and be an absolute must have trade in (by my count there are now 7 "must have" trade-ins for our 4 trades, so I hope everyone is ready to be flexible on the definition of '"must have")


    PS Don't ask me to name the 7, I just made up a number. But I do think the term "must have" gets overused on here. Harry Grant is probably a must have, and that is about all I could state with any confidence at this point.

    Might be below must have territory but firmly in the super POD region Razz
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    Post by mattnz on Wed May 20, 2020 10:02 am

    I think I would prefer Guerra for $40k less than Britt on a better team.
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    Post by my tv broke on Wed May 20, 2020 10:07 am

    @mattnz wrote:I think I would prefer Guerra for $40k less than Britt on a better team.

    why would you want a 25 min interchange player?

    EDIT i realised why, but Sione will get the starting spot

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    Post by filthridden on Wed May 20, 2020 10:13 am

    @Milchcow wrote:

    Dean Britt will definitely put up the scores we wanted from Stimson and be an absolute must have trade in (by my count there are now 7 "must have" trade-ins for our 4 trades, so I hope everyone is ready to be flexible on the definition of '"must have")


    PS Don't ask me to name the 7, I just made up a number. But I do think the term "must have" gets overused on here. Harry Grant is probably a must have, and that is about all I could state with any confidence at this point.

    This comment is a must read.
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    Post by Verbal Kint on Wed May 20, 2020 10:19 am

    @Milchcow wrote:

    Dean Britt will definitely put up the scores we wanted from Stimson and be an absolute must have trade in (by my count there are now 7 "must have" trade-ins for our 4 trades, so I hope everyone is ready to be flexible on the definition of '"must have")


    PS Don't ask me to name the 7, I just made up a number. But I do think the term "must have" gets overused on here. Harry Grant is probably a must have, and that is about all I could state with any confidence at this point.

    I'm having a look at Britt tbh. I'm stuck for trade ins really. My 4 outs are locked in unless TLT changes things
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    Post by my tv broke on Wed May 20, 2020 10:22 am

    @Verbal Kint wrote:

    I'm having a look at Britt tbh. I'm stuck for trade ins really. My 4 outs are locked in unless TLT changes things

    You punting Williams and Levi?

    At this stage I'll definitely trade Kennedy, Walters & Fifita.

    If I use my 4th trade on Williams or Levi, no doubt whichever one I punt will score 50+
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    Post by Verbal Kint on Wed May 20, 2020 10:29 am

    @my tv broke wrote:

    You punting Williams and Levi?

    At this stage I'll definitely trade Kennedy, Walters & Fifita.

    I'm almost certain that if I use my 4th trade on Williams or Levi then whichever one I punt will score 50+

    Probably keeping Levi. He might pick up some more scoots. I love a scoot. Top of my list to trade out the week after if he stinks

    Out Watkins Fifita Williams* Musgrove* (TLT pending)
    In Grant ? ? ?  Laughing

    Holing Levi and Walters for another week at this point
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    Post by StormTrooper96 on Wed May 20, 2020 10:29 am

    Honestly haven't looked at my squad for ages! Can't bring myself to do so until team lists are made. I don't even know who is a trade out in my squad.... I don't even know who is even in my squad. lol!
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    Post by StormTrooper96 on Wed May 20, 2020 10:30 am

    Is Connor Watson on the trade-in list? Would one Fanatic who has kept up with the news be able to supply a sort of watch list (trade-ins/players of interest vs. trade outs/injuries/suspensions)? Saves me doing the hard work Smile
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    Post by KingTeddy on Wed May 20, 2020 10:53 am

    The warriors have confirmed Keighran will require surgery on his knee and no updated news on Jazz Tevaga but "also faces a period on the sideline" - Nrl physio
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    Post by Iron Mike on Wed May 20, 2020 10:54 am

    Trade in players I would look at are:

    Grant (must have)
    Katoa (probably must have)

    Guler
    JTB
    Flegler
    Magoulias
    Rudolph

    Watson
    Trbojevic
    Yeo

    Any gun

    Players I am considering trading:

    D Fifita
    J Williams
    Z Musgrove
    L Knight
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    Post by Camo123 on Wed May 20, 2020 10:57 am

    @StormTrooper96 wrote:Is Connor Watson on the trade-in list? Would one Fanatic who has kept up with the news be able to supply a sort of watch list (trade-ins/players of interest vs. trade outs/injuries/suspensions)? Saves me doing the hard work Smile

    Trade outs: Fifita (injured 3-4 weeks), Watkins (permanently left NRL due to COVID), Walters (likely to lose spot to Grant, maybe worth keeping 1 week if on bench), Williams/Knight/Levi (either underperforming expectations/not overperforming enough to be worth price), Kennedy (cavalry back for Sharks), Musgrove (not getting enough mins off bench, slow burn)

    Trade ins: Grant (no explanation needed), Twal (2 60+ scores, 2nd purely base), Yeo (if stays at lock will continue to outperform price), Watson (great HOK average, though Randall may take mins away from him), Magoulias/J Hopoate (cheap, -BEs, short term though for JHop), any Origin gun you previously were ignoring as Origin post-season

    Injuries/Suspensions: Cleary (2 match suspension), Ponga (1 match suspension), Fifita (3-4 week knee injury), Tevaga/LAM (knee & pec injuries - benefits Katoa & JTB)
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    Post by StormTrooper96 on Wed May 20, 2020 11:02 am

    @Iron Mike and @Camo123 ... LEGENDS
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    Post by Milchcow on Wed May 20, 2020 11:09 am


    Its not just your personal team that is a dumpster fire - come and help out the community team too

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    Post by Milchcow on Wed May 20, 2020 11:10 am

    No Worries put this list together - we'll have it on first page of the next thread

    INJURY & SUSPENSION UPDATE


    Brisbane Broncos
    Corey Oates (ribs, round three)
    Alex Glenn (hamstring, round three)
    Brodie Croft (AC joint, round three)
    Matt Lodge (knee, round 3-4)
    David Fifita (knee, mid-June)
    Tevita Pangai jnr (suspension, round six)
    Jordan Kahu (shoulder, mid-season)
    Sean O'Sullivan (knee, mid-season)
    Keenan Palasia (knee, late season)
    Jack Bird (ACL, season)

    Canberra Raiders
    Siliva Havili (hamstring, round three)
    John Bateman (shoulder, round three)
    Hudson Young (suspension, round six)
    Sebastian Kris (extended sick leave)

    Canterbury Bulldogs
    Kerrod Holland (knee, round three)
    Marcelo Montoya (hamstring, round 9-11)
    Kieran Foran (shoulder, round 3-4)
    Chris Smith (knee, June)
    Joe Stimson (shoulder, October)

    Cronulla Sharks
    Wade Graham (foot, round three)
    Briton Nikora (shoulder, round three)
    Josh Dugan (knee, round three)
    Chad Townsend (thumb, round three)
    Bronson Xerri (shoulder, round three)
    Matt Moylan (calf, round three)
    Cameron King (ACL, season)

    Gold Coast Titans
    AJ Brimson (back, indefinite)
    Shannon Boyd (shoulder, round three)
    Kevin Proctor (hamstring, round three)
    Tyrone Roberts (ankle, round three)
    Dale Copley (ribs, round three)
    Beau Fermor (knee, mid-season)
    Keegan Hipgrave (repeated concussions, round three)
    Ryan James (knee, season)
    Kallum Watkins (left NRL)

    Manly Sea Eagles
    Taniela Paseka (ankle, round three)
    Albert Hopoate (knee, June)
    Jack Gosiewski (back disc infection, June)
    Manase Fainu (stood down/shoulder)

    Melbourne Storm
    Brandon Smith (facial fracture, round three)

    Newcastle Knights
    Herman Ese'ese (ankle, round three)
    Sione Mata'utia (knee, round three)
    Phoenix Crossland (groin, round three)
    Bradman Best (fractured foot, round three)
    Kalyn Ponga (suspension, round four)
    Mitch Barnett (shoulder, July)
    Jayden Brailey (knee, season)

    North Queensland Cowboys
    Michael Morgan (shoulder, round three)

    Parramatta Eels
    Nathan Brown (suspension, round five)
    Reed Mahoney (foot, June)

    Penrith Panthers
    Dylan Edwards (ankle, round three)
    Kurt Capewell (quad strain, round three)
    Spencer Leniu (knee, round three)
    Jack Hetherington (suspension, round four)
    Nathan Cleary (suspension, round five)
    Tyrone May (Suspension)

    South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Patrick Mago (pectoral, June-July)
    Cody Walker ??
    James Roberts ??

    St George Illawarra Dragons
    Mikaele Ravalawa (quad, round three)
    Cameron McInnes (knee, round three)
    Korbin Sims (arm, round three)
    Tariq Sims (suspension, round three)
    Jack de Belin (stood down)

    Sydney Roosters
    Boyd Cordner (rested, round three)
    Nat Butcher (round three)
    Sitili Tupouniua (knee, indefinite)
    Billy Smith (knee, season)

    Warriors
    Gerard Beale (knee, round three)
    Jazz Tevaga (knee, indefinite)
    Leeson Ah Mau (pectoral, September)
    Nathaniel Roache (knee, mid-season)
    Taane Milne (knee, season)
    Jackson Frei (knee, season)
    Bunty Afoa (knee, season)

    Wests Tigers
    Moses Mbye (knee, round three)
    Thomas Mikaele (knee, round three)
    Luke Brooks (calf, round three)
    Jacob Liddle (knee, indefinite)
    Russell Packer (foot, indefinite)
    Shawn Blore (knee, round three)

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