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    Lambert - > Kelly done

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    Just went Crouch to Coniglio and built a little chest for next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Young View Post
    Just went Crouch to Coniglio and built a little chest for next week.
    Solid mate, Cogs looks a million bucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Young View Post
    Just went Crouch to Coniglio and built a little chest for next week.
    How did you do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzo View Post
    How did you do that?
    i too, am intrigued!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Young View Post
    Just went Crouch to Coniglio and built a little chest for next week.
    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzo View Post
    How did you do that?
    Quote Originally Posted by psykro View Post
    i too, am intrigued!
    I had the same initial reaction ... I think Mr Young is meaning that this was his "only" trade, rather than one he has just done. I assume the trade was done earlier in the round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkie View Post
    I had the same initial reaction ... I think Mr Young is meaning that this was his "only" trade, rather than one he has just done. I assume the trade was done earlier in the round.
    After reading again I assumed that must have been the case.
    Just meaning only one. Not just then.
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    The english language must be extremely difficult to learn and understand if you are from a different tongue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzo View Post
    The english language must be extremely difficult to learn and understand if you are from a different tongue.
    +1
    I still have difficulties after 46 years in Australia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzzo View Post
    The english language must be extremely difficult to learn and understand if you are from a different tongue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Presto View Post
    +1
    I still have difficulties after 46 years in Australia.
    I have problems, and I'm a 5th generation Aussie. Try explaining it to people who have English as a 2nd language!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkie View Post
    I had the same initial reaction ... I think Mr Young is meaning that this was his "only" trade, rather than one he has just done. I assume the trade was done earlier in the round.
    lol this. But I should have fixed Ryan Burton like I was intending to all week. Bugger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoGeta View Post
    Sorry but i would have to disagree in a Supercoach sense. I would, like i have myself with Bontempelli consider this a mistake from the start and use a connection on this asap.
    Lol lol lol. Bontempelli 116. So who did you trade him to? Martin for 93 or Oliver for 75? Oh dear. Now we have two more under-performing premiums. What do we do now? Trade them?

    Never trade a premium unless you have a very good reason would be my advice. The goal is to upgrade rookies. Not sideways premiums. Most premiums will have one or two weeks off even at the start of the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malbi View Post
    Lol lol lol. Bontempelli 116. So who did you trade him to? Martin for 93 or Oliver for 75? Oh dear. Now we have two more under-performing premiums. What do we do now? Trade them?

    Never trade a premium unless you have a very good reason would be my advice. The goal is to upgrade rookies. Not sideways premiums. Most premiums will have one or two weeks off even at the start of the season.
    Are you ok?

    EDIT: Sorry, forgot to answer your question. I traded Bontempelli to Martin.
    In DT i traded Merrett & Beams to Macrae & Oliver, hehe, more sideways action you will love mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by malbi View Post
    Lol lol lol. Bontempelli 116. So who did you trade him to? Martin for 93 or Oliver for 75? Oh dear. Now we have two more under-performing premiums. What do we do now? Trade them?

    Never trade a premium unless you have a very good reason would be my advice. The goal is to upgrade rookies. Not sideways premiums. Most premiums will have one or two weeks off even at the start of the season.
    For the most part I agree but you can’t blanket all premiums with the statement “never trade a premium” Heath Shaw last year is a prime example and it can be argued Bont is the same this year. A significant negative role change is certainly a very good reason to trade a premium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malbi View Post
    Lol lol lol. Bontempelli 116. So who did you trade him to? Martin for 93 or Oliver for 75? Oh dear. Now we have two more under-performing premiums. What do we do now? Trade them?

    Never trade a premium unless you have a very good reason would be my advice. The goal is to upgrade rookies. Not sideways premiums. Most premiums will have one or two weeks off even at the start of the season.
    Hannerbery last year is a prime example of why you should trade a premium when you notice they're out of sorts.

    Bont playing forward for extended stretches is completely out of sorts.
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    Happy i brought in English this week for the extra cash gen.

    Don’t think he had much influence but pretty easy to score points as a sole ruck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santoz View Post
    Hannerbery last year is a prime example of why you should trade a premium when you notice they're out of sorts.

    Bont playing forward for extended stretches is completely out of sorts.
    I started with Hannebery last year and first 2 rounds were 52 and 71 , so I traded him out as you think at the time the injury from granny affected him .
    Then his average up to the byes after the first 2 rounds were 115 and I brought in Bontempelli and his avg was 109 same amount of games , so if you have to sideway trade do it with a calm head and give the premos a chance . ( IN saying that I did trade Hibberd to Simpson because it suited my bye structure ) and the rest of it is pure luck .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedys Crop View Post
    I started with Hannebery last year and first 2 rounds were 52 and 71 , so I traded him out as you think at the time the injury from granny affected him .
    Then his average up to the byes after the first 2 rounds were 115 and I brought in Bontempelli and his avg was 109 same amount of games , so if you have to sideway trade do it with a calm head and give the premos a chance . ( IN saying that I did trade Hibberd to Simpson because it suited my bye structure ) and the rest of it is pure luck .
    This raises an interesting point - you want to be confident you are nailing the trade-in option if you do decide to go sideways. This is often the most difficult part as the players you may trade to may bolt out of the gates but slow down in the future (ie Sloane/Bont last year). You are really making an educated guess based off your gut feel and research and as with most things, you will only know in hindsight whether you took the right option. In the meantime, you need good luck on your side.

    I held Hanners till about round 15 or 16 when he slowed down again and traded him to Ross, which didn't work out but my season was on its last legs so I threw a Hail Mary POD attempt.

    Think there are strong arguments on both sides. A lot of players from the 24 trade era would be wary of sideways trading but I think with 30 trades, and especially if you have got the right rookies, there is a lot of merit in trying to fix premiums who may be out of form, hampered by injury or being played out of their best position. Every season throws up its own curveballs so I think you should tailor how you play accordingly. Having looked over the moves made by recent winners, they weren't scared to make the early sideways trade if they felt it would better their team and were fortunate enough to take a good option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santoz View Post
    Hannerbery last year is a prime example of why you should trade a premium when you notice they're out of sorts.

    Bont playing forward for extended stretches is completely out of sorts.
    This and also Rowsus stats on Bontempelli averaging under 100 in games the Bulldogs are not within 14 points either side of their opposition. The Dogs must be competitive as well as Bont maintaining high midfield time to score well, i am still happy with trading him to Martin, I knew Martin was in for some lower games after a 150 average start, same thinking with Oliver in DT, i knew Jacobs would tag him, granted, i was thinking more 95-100ish but 88 isn't far off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 30BucketsofRo View Post
    This raises an interesting point - you want to be confident you are nailing the trade-in option if you do decide to go sideways. This is often the most difficult part as the players you may trade to may bolt out of the gates but slow down in the future (ie Sloane/Bont last year). You are really making an educated guess based off your gut feel and research and as with most things, you will only know in hindsight whether you took the right option. In the meantime, you need good luck on your side.

    I held Hanners till about round 15 or 16 when he slowed down again and traded him to Ross, which didn't work out but my season was on its last legs so I threw a Hail Mary POD attempt.

    Think there are strong arguments on both sides. A lot of players from the 24 trade era would be wary of sideways trading but I think with 30 trades, and especially if you have got the right rookies, there is a lot of merit in trying to fix premiums who may be out of form, hampered by injury or being played out of their best position. Every season throws up its own curveballs so I think you should tailor how you play accordingly. Having looked over the moves made by recent winners, they weren't scared to make the early sideways trade if they felt it would better their team and were fortunate enough to take a good option.
    A lot of things changed for my team early on when Libba went down, i had organised quite a bit around fitting in a few extra possible premos in Libba and Lobb.
    Both have failed so it's cost me extra trades early on to slightly restructure, i decided it best to not muck around and bought in Danger & Martin and now Lobb to Coniglio.
    I also had no luck bringing in Ryan for an injury, the cost of burning trades so early is i have to hold Langdon & Ryan. Still averaging 2,275ish and have climbed from 18,000 to 8,5k.

    In hindsight Libba to Coniglio was the obvious move but i wasn't sure (Courtesans advised me to get Cogs). So i agree with much of what you have said.
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