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  • Dangerfield

    46 68.66%
  • Martin

    26 38.81%
  • Titch

    38 56.72%
  • Ablett

    1 1.49%
  • Kelly

    26 38.81%
  • Oliver

    8 11.94%
  • Zorko

    5 7.46%
  • M Crouch

    20 29.85%
  • Sloane

    1 1.49%
  • Duncan

    1 1.49%
  • Zerrett

    12 17.91%
  • Neale

    3 4.48%
  • Fyfe

    47 70.15%
  • Pendles

    14 20.90%
  • Bont

    14 20.90%
  • JPK

    0 0%
  • Jelwood

    3 4.48%
  • Treloar

    2 2.99%
  • Hannebery

    7 10.45%
  • Rockliff

    6 8.96%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lgndhen23 View Post
    Starting midfield at the moment

    Dusty, titch, Zerret, beams, Cripps, coniglio, redden and Rayner

    Very pricy but should last
    However leaves my backline with 3 rookies
    OShea, finlayson and ballenden

    Good or not?
    No problems in theory with fielding three DEF rookies (although impossible to know yet if they'll show up) but is the plan for Coniglio and Redden to be keepers?

    If they are, and your last MID spot goes to Danger, you're going to be lining up Cogs & Redden v Pendles & Fyfe against most teams by the time they've upgraded, and I reckon that might hurt a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen View Post
    No problems in theory with fielding three DEF rookies (although impossible to know yet if they'll show up) but is the plan for Coniglio and Redden to be keepers?

    If they are, and your last MID spot goes to Danger, you're going to be lining up Cogs & Redden v Pendles & Fyfe against most teams by the time they've upgraded, and I reckon that might hurt a bit.
    Definitely looking to upgrade redden and depends on coniglio
    At the moment I have changed to my old mid field plans as I feel my defence isn’t strong enough
    Redden could be good or ****
    So it will be a big decision to go with him

    Thanks for response m8

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    Researching the talk about Redden has drawn my eye to Dom Sheed. Looks to be building nicely and should continue to get opportunity to keep developing in new look WC midfield. Could he be a better mid price risk than Redden? Id be interested in LITS or any other WC supporters thoughts.
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    so many options for the Top 10 mids , might be easier just to start 2 of them and find 4 value picks.

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    Ablett , Fyfe , Pendlebury , Selwood , Rockliff , Cripps + 5 Rookies looks so so tempting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbie66 View Post
    Ablett , Fyfe , Pendlebury , Selwood , Rockliff , Cripps + 5 Rookies looks so so tempting
    I currently only have Cripps of those. Pending mid rookies bobbing up during the JLT of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santoz View Post
    I currently only have Cripps of those. Pending mid rookies bobbing up during the JLT of course.
    let's hope Cripps has a great season.

    curious as to no Fyfe ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post
    Researching the talk about Redden has drawn my eye to Dom Sheed. Looks to be building nicely and should continue to get opportunity to keep developing in new look WC midfield. Could he be a better mid price risk than Redden? Id be interested in LITS or any other WC supporters thoughts.
    pretty sure LITS had very strong opinion on Duggan and Sheed and expected them to benefit from Mitchell and Priddis gone.

    Their is a number of players around that Prestia/Coniglio/Redden price that could do the job early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbie66 View Post
    let's hope Cripps has a great season.

    curious as to no Fyfe ?
    50% of the comp will have him & I'm a Lachie Neale fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santoz View Post
    50% of the comp will have him & I'm a Lachie Neale fan.
    Thumbs up for this, I've been looking at him as well lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santoz View Post
    50% of the comp will have him & I'm a Lachie Neale fan.
    fair enough.

    does that mean no Danger as well ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbie66 View Post
    fair enough.

    does that mean no Danger as well ?
    I'm not concerned about ownership with Danger. He's a must have, after the first month and he drops 100k
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diabolical View Post
    Researching the talk about Redden has drawn my eye to Dom Sheed. Looks to be building nicely and should continue to get opportunity to keep developing in new look WC midfield. Could he be a better mid price risk than Redden? I’d be interested in LITS or any other WC supporters thoughts.
    Sheed is one I definitely expect to step up big time in 2018. The time is now for Sheed... Fresh opportunity to lead the midfield with the departure of Priddis & Mitchell, He is a prolific ball winner who is entering his 5th season of AFL footy... A great time to have a break out year!! There was a slight query on his tank last year as he tended to fade out in the last qtr of matches at times, but you would think he has worked on that this off-season with the opportunity that is in front of him. Will also benefit from having Nic Nat back in the ruck.

    Sheed is priced at $459,500 as opposed to Redden at $437,900. I like Sheed and think he should improve a lot this year, But of the two, I Prefer Redden who that little bit cheaper, had a great finish to last season and already has 5 consecutive years of between 95-105 SC avg. I think Redden will finally get that clear shot free of injury and free to dominate the midfield and return to or exceed his great years in Brisbane.

    As others have said, there are some great options around the same price as Redden & Sheed. Those 2 are just the most likely to step into the available roles for West Coast in 2018. Of the 2 Redden is my pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost In The Sky View Post
    Sheed is one I definitely expect to step up big time in 2018. The time is now for Sheed... Fresh opportunity to lead the midfield with the departure of Priddis & Mitchell, He is a prolific ball winner who is entering his 5th season of AFL footy... A great time to have a break out year!! There was a slight query on his tank last year as he tended to fade out in the last qtr of matches at times, but you would think he has worked on that this off-season with the opportunity that is in front of him. Will also benefit from having Nic Nat back in the ruck.

    Sheed is priced at $459,500 as opposed to Redden at $437,900. I like Sheed and think he should improve a lot this year, But of the two, I Prefer Redden who that little bit cheaper, had a great finish to last season and already has 5 consecutive years of between 95-105 SC avg. I think Redden will finally get that clear shot free of injury and free to dominate the midfield and return to or exceed his great years in Brisbane.

    As others have said, there are some great options around the same price as Redden & Sheed. Those 2 are just the most likely to step into the available roles for West Coast in 2018. Of the 2 Redden is my pick.
    Thanks For your detailed response LITS. Ill keep him and Redden on my watch list.
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    Surely Shuey is the one from WCE that can now really push that premium scoring range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NT.Thunder View Post
    Surely Shuey is the one from WCE that can now really push that premium scoring range.
    Interesting. I can hear Rowsus' digital voice in my head saying that if a player hasn't had a breakout by now, the percentages say they're not in the future. But still - I agree wholeheartedly in theory. Priced at only 96 last year as well...

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    Would hate to contradict anything Rowsus says :-) - but there are plenty of reasons for an increase in scoring. Shuey has had his break-out, just hasn't hit the ultra premium status needed to warrant selection. One issue that I see with Shuey is consistency and attention with the latter not working in his favour this year with the loss of some good midfielders around him.

    What he does have is opportunity - more opportunity. Only 2 seasons ago he went an average of 105 so there's no arguing he has the scoring potential. He has a massive ceiling but his differential between good and poor games is too high. He needs to take those 50-70 range games out. Can he do it, probably not.

    I like Sheed, but pretty ambitious thinking he might pull a Kelly/Oliver style season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NT.Thunder View Post
    Would hate to contradict anything Rowsus says :-) - but there are plenty of reasons for an increase in scoring. Shuey has had his break-out, just hasn't hit the ultra premium status needed to warrant selection. One issue that I see with Shuey is consistency and attention with the latter not working in his favour this year with the loss of some good midfielders around him.

    What he does have is opportunity - more opportunity. Only 2 seasons ago he went an average of 105 so there's no arguing he has the scoring potential. He has a massive ceiling but his differential between good and poor games is too high. He needs to take those 50-70 range games out. Can he do it, probably not.

    I like Sheed, but pretty ambitious thinking he might pull a Kelly/Oliver style season.
    Perhaps I should have rephrased .... I'm pretty sure Rowsus views Shuey in the Boak, Gaff, Shiel, Mundy, Cunnington etc. mould of being permanently "almost" good enough, but never enough to justify a Mid spot.

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    Yep and that's true, but there's a **** load of points up for grabs in the WCE midfield and I don't see them all going to Sheed just yet, I like Sheed but still not sold this is his year to warrant selection. For the record, I wouldn't be going near Shuey either, just think he has a good chance of going back to a 105+ average.
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    Don't look for Shuey to be exploding this season... Well early on anyway. He picked up a hip injury this off-season and it has restricted him to just walking laps and light work. He is working his way back from it but it might impact his early scores.

    He is clearly our best midfielder (And my fav player as well) and in a lot of cases will get the hard tag when that happens. But teams have also being tagging Gaff as well when he racks up big numbers. He has in last 2 years learned to deal with the tag quite well and will only get better at it under Mitchell's guidance. Shuey's SC numbers took a dip last year due to the absence of Nic Nat. Shuey more than any other player benefits from having Nic there as Shuey can be way more offensive at the taps knowing Nic will find him.

    Once he gets going he should be over 100, but he's not going to be one of the super elite mids SC wise.
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