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So the AFL Trade week is upon us already and we have seen some very interesting trades so far.

OFFICIAL TRADES

Shaun Hampson, Carlton to Richmond Swap for pick 28 overall

Lance Franklin, Hawthorn to Sydney $10 million over 9 years Restricted Free Agent Hawks recieve pick 19 as compensation

Colin Sylvia, Melbourne to Fremantle Unrestricted Free Agent

Dale Thomas, Collingwood to Carlton $700,000 a season for 4 years Restricted Free Agent

Eddie Betts, Carlton to Adelaide $2 million for 4 seasons Restricted free Agent

Shane Mumford, Swans to Giants

Matt White, Richmond to Port Unrestricted Free Agent

Luke McGuane, Tigers to Brisbane

Ben McEvoy, Saints to Hawthorn Swap with Savage

Shane Savage, Hawks to Saints plus pick 17

Viv Michie, Fremantle to Melbourne for Pick 54

Xavier Ellis, Hawthorn to West Coast

Latest

Nick Del Santo, Saints to North On a 3 year deal

James Podsiadly, to Adelaide Geelong receive pick 64

Heath Shaw, Magpies to GWS Swap for Adams on a 5 year $4 million contract (reportedly)

Taylor Adams, GWS to Magpies Swap for Shaw

Luke Delaney, North to Saints North receive pick 77

Kurt Aylett and Shaun Edwards, GWS to Essendon GWS receive pick 48

Elliott Yeo, Lions to WCE Lions receive pick 28

Jed Lamb, Swans to GWS

Daniel Cross, Bulldogs to Melbourne

Jesse White, Swans to Magpies via a 3 way trade also nets pick 6

Paul Chapman, Cats to Essendon

Dom Tyson, GWS to Melbourne plus pick 9 and 53, GWS receives pick 2, 20 and 72

Bernie Vince, Adelaide to Melbourne for pick 23

More trades

Andrejs Everitt, Swans to Blues and pick 39, Blues receive pick 32

Sam Daley, GWS to Bulldogs, Giants receive pick 78

Trent West, Geelong to Lions, cats receive pick 41

Scott Gumbleton, Essendon to Fremantle, Bombers receive pick 55

Josh Hunt, Geelong to GWS, Geelong receive pick 75

Josh Bruce, GWS to Saints, GWS receive pick 48

Billy Longer, Lions to Saints and pick 48, Lions receive picks 25 and 41

Patrick Karnezis, Lions to Magpies

Jackson Paine, Magpies to Lions clean swap

Elliott Yeo, Lions to Eagles, Lions receive pick 28

Stewart Crameri, Essendon to Bulldogs, Bombers receive pick 26

Sam Docherty, Lions to Carlton, Lions receive pick 33

Plus some pick exchanges between various clubs.

Other Signings

Jason Holmes to St Kilda (International Rookie)
Patrick Mitchell to Sydney (International Rookie)
Daniel Flynn to Port Adelaide (International Rookie)
Lloyd Perris to Sydney (NSW Scholarship Rookie)
Jonathon Freeman to Brisbane (Academy Player, #59)
Luke McDonald to North Melbourne (F/S Selection, #8)

Adelaide

Graham Johncock (ret)
Tim Klaosen (del)
Tim McIntyre (del)
Dylan Orval (del)

Brisbane Lions

Callum Bartlett (del)

Niall McKeever (del)
Stephen Wrigley (del)
Richard Newell (del)

Carlton

Eddie Betts (FA)

Andrew Collins (del)
Fraser Dale (del)
Marcus Davies (del)

Shaun Hampson (trd)
Aaron Joseph (del)
Patrick McCarthy (del)
Luke Mitchell (del)
Rhys O'Keeffe (del)

Collingwood

Alan Didak (del)

Michael Hartley (del)
Ben Johnson (ret)
Darren Jolly (del)
Andrew Krakouer (del)
Ben Richmond (del)
Jordan Russell (del)

Essendon

Luke Davis (del)
David Hille (ret)
Hal Hunter (del)
Nathan Lovett-Murray (ret)

Fremantle

Jesse Crichton (del)

Peter Faulks (del)
Alex Forster (del)
Alex Howson (del)
Jayden Pitt (ret)
Haiden Schloithe (del)

Geelong

Ryan Bathie (del)

Paul Chapman (del)
Joel Corey (ret)
Cameron Eardley (del)

Josh Hunt (del)
James Podsiadly (del)

Gold Coast

Jared Brennan (ret)

Jacob Gilbee (del)
Kyal Horsley (del)
Liam Patrick (del)
Mav Weller (del)
Joel Wilkinson (del)

GWS Giants

Dean Brogan (ret)
Chad Cornes (ret)

Josh Growden (del)
Setanta O'hAilpin (del)
Joe Redfern (del)
Bret Thornton (del)
Gerald Ugle (del)

Hawthorn

Max Bailey (ret)

Andrew Boseley (del)
Amos Frank (del)
Lance Franklin (FA)
Brent Guerra (ret)
Michael Osborne (ret)

Melbourne

Tom Couch (del)

Aaron Davey (ret)
Troy Davis (del)
Tom Gillies (del)
Joel Macdonald (ret)
David Rodan (ret)
James Sellar (del)
Colin Sylvia (FA)
Josh Tynan (del)

North Melbourne

Cameron Richardson (del)

Ben Speight (del)

Port Adelaide

Nathan Blee (del)
Danny Butcher (del)

Brett Ebert (ret)
Justin Hoskin (del)
Darren Pfeiffer (del)

Nick Salter (del)
Daniel Stewart (del)
Matt Thomas (del)

Richmond

Shane Tuck (ret)

Matthew White (FA)

St Kilda

Jason Blake (ret)

Justin Koschitzke (ret)
Tom Ledger (del)
Jay Lever (del)
Stephen Milne (ret)

Jordan Staley (del)

Sydney Swans

Jude Bolton (ret)

Alex Brown (del)
Martin Mattner (ret)
Mitch Morton (ret)

est Coast Eagles

Brad Dick (ret)
Andrew Embley (ret)
Ashton Hams (ret)
Mark Nicoski (ret)
Adam Selwood (ret)

Western Bulldogs

Daniel Cross (ret)
Nick Lower (del)
Lukas Markovic (del)
Patrick Veszpremi (del)

del = delisted

ret = retired

trd = traded

FA = Free Agency Transfer

AFL Free Agency works like this:

A player has served seven seasons or fewer of AFL football at one club, and is now out of contract.
The player is not eligible for free agency if his club wishes to retain him. He may only move clubs via a trade or the draft. If he delists himself, he is subject to the draft, and may be selected by any club.


A player has served seven seasons or fewer of AFL football at one club, and has been delisted by his club.

The player is a free agent and is eligible to field offers from all rival AFL clubs.
The player must decide on the best offer of his choice from one rival club.
The player can move AUTOMATICALLY to the new club of his choice.
His original club, which chose to delist him, does not receive any compensation pick for the loss of the player.

A player has served eight or more seasons of AFL football at one club, is one of the top 25 per cent highest-paid players at his club, and is now out of contract for the first time since reaching eight seasons of service. (restricted free agent)

The player is eligible to field offers from all rival AFL clubs.
If he wishes to change clubs, the player must decide on the best offer of his choice from one rival club.
His club has the right to match the presented offer.
If the club matches the offer, he may choose to remain with his original club, seek a trade or enter the Draft.
If the club does not or can not match the offer, the player can move to the new club of his choice.
His original club will receive a compensation pick for the loss of the player, on an AFL-determined formula to apply where clubs lose more free agents than they gain in any single transfer period.

A player has served eight or more seasons of AFL football at one club, is NOT one of the top 25 per cent highest-paid players at his club, and is now out of contract for the first time since reaching eight seasons of service. (unrestricted free agent)

The player is eligible to field offers from all rival AFL clubs.
If he wishes to change clubs, the player must decide on the best offer of his choice from one rival club.
His club does NOT have the right to match the presented offer, and the player can move AUTOMATICALLY to the new club of his choice.
His original club will receive a compensation pick for the loss of the player, on an AFL-determined formula to apply where clubs lose more free agents than they gain in any single transfer period.

A player has served ten or more seasons of AFL football at one club, has already come out of contract once in the period after serving his first eight or more seasons at his club, and is now out of contract. (Unrestricted free agent)

The player is eligible to field offers from all rival clubs.
If he wishes to change clubs, the player must decide on the best offer of his choice from one rival club.
His club does NOT have the right to match the presented offer, and the player can move AUTOMATICALLY to the new club of his choice.
His original club will receive a compensation pick for the loss of the player, on an AFL-determined formula to apply where clubs lose more free agents than they gain in any single transfer period.

Anybody else got any rumours or news?

I'll update the op as often as i can.

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ADELAIDE
Has Carlton's Eddie Betts locked away to improve a forward line that will also feature Taylor Walker back next year. Shot down speculation on Monday that it wanted to lure GWS ruckman Jonathan Giles. Keen to get back into the early rounds of the draft — the Crows picks were stripped in the Kurt Tippett fiasco – and Ricky Henderson's name has bobbed up in that commentary, while Shaun McKernan could also be leaving. Say they are up for the fight to secure Lion Jared Polec, but Port Adelaide is better placed with draft picks at the trade table. Keen to get a third party involved to get the Polec deal over the line.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 42, 60, 78, 96, 114

BRISBANE LIONS
Maybe has the most at stake. Jared Polec wants to go home to South Australia, and ruckman Billy Longer is keen on joining reigning premier Hawthorn. The Lions could demand the Hawks first-round pick for Longer. It seems they will pick up one returning Queenslander, though, in Richmond utility Luke McGuane. Sam Docherty and Patrick Karnezis will be seeking trades to Victorian clubs, and Elliott Yeo is poised to join West Coast on a three-year deal. Big decisions on Jonathan Brown and Simon Black. Committed on Monday to taking Jono Freeman as an Academy pick with its fourth-round selection (currently 59).
Free agents: Simon Black and Jonathan Brown
Draft picks: 7, 25, 41, 59, 77, 95, 113

CARLTON
Has been busy. Lodged the paperwork to ship out-of-favour ruckman Shaun Hampson off to Richmond for a second-round draft pick. Have also tabled a four-year deal worth almost $3 million for free agent Dale Thomas and Collingwood are not expected to match. Is one of a number clubs with their eye on Heath Shaw, too, with the Mick Malthouse connection possibly a factor. Hawks small forward Shane Savage and Paul Chapman are also being considered to act as a replacements for Eddie Betts, who has gone to Adelaide.
Free agents: Heath Scotland
Draft picks: 12, 28, 29, 47, 65, 83, 101, 119

COLLINGWOOD
Major change was promised at Collingwood and coach Nathan Buckley has acted. Veterans Alan Didak, Darren Jolly and Andrew Krakouer have all been told their time is up, and Jordan Russell is again on the move. Then the two big calls - set to let Dale Thomas walk to Carlton for a compensation pick, and Heath Shaw is also on the way out: the only question is where? Sydney's Jesse White would be a great get, but Ricky Henderson (Adelaide) is also an option. Speaking of great gets, the Pies are also a contender for emerging GWS midfielder Taylor Adams, and that would be massive.
Free agents: Dale Thomas
Draft picks: 10, 27, 45, 63, 81, 99, 117

ESSENDON
Not even close to a deal with the Bulldogs on Stewart Crameri. But the Bombers leading goal-kicker has already made up his mind to join the Dogs on a four-year deal worth up to $1.8 million. Expect the deal to go through eventually. Are handicapped because of the draft sanctions handed down after the drugs drama.Scott Gumbleton's name also comes up this time of year. Has declared David Myers off limits, and says it wants Heath Shaw but knows a deal will be hard with no high draft picks to offer. Seems to have missed out on Nick Dal Santo. Travis Colyer has virtually agreed to a new deal.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 44, 62, 80, 98, 116

FREMANTLE
All the talk centreing on James Podsiadly. The former Cat could be just what the Dockers need to launch its premiership challenge next year. Could take the second tall forward burden of Chris Mayne and act as a strong twin tower to Matthew Pavlich. For now, it's a wait-and-see. Colin Sylvia, too, seems a perfect fit, having been locked away last week on a three-year deal. Alex Silvagni tipped to leave. Hawk Xavier Ellis could be another potential target.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 16, 33, 51, 69, 87, 105, 123

GEELONG
Have cleared the decks, moving on Paul Chapman, James Podsiadly and Josh Hunt, while Joel Corey is still weighing up his future. Corey Enright has confirmed he will play on. Seems to be one of the front-runners to pick up highly-rated GWS midfield youngster Taylor Adams, along with Collingwood. He would be perfect for the Cats. The other interesting one is Heath Shaw. Travis Varcoe is reportedly being shopped around to feature in any possible deal for Adams or Shaw.
Free agents: Joel Corey
Draft picks: 15, 32, 50, 68, 86, 104, 122

GOLD COAST
Has denied having any interest in Heath Shaw, despite the fact experienced bodies would help the Suns and his presence could release David Swallow to play in the midfield. Have hardly been mentioned throughout the trade and free agency circus. Sustained improvement of talented crop of youngsters the main priority. Have two picks in the top 20 that must seem attractive to rival clubs looking to deal.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 5, 18*, 23, 39, 57, 75, 93, 111

GWS
Taylor Adams would be a huge loss. Could deal him to a club for an experienced player, which the Giants desperately need more of to get competitive next year. Heath Shaw could be one such player, and the Pies are keen on Adams. Shane Mumford will also help. He has agreed to sign on a three-year deal. Say they are open to dealing pick No.1, and thus the rights to key forward Tom Boyd. Could pick up a pair of Bulldogs, Daniel Cross and Dylan Addison to help bolster the list for 2014. Dylan Shiel is a required player, the club says.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 1, 9*, 19, 35, 53, 71, 89, 107

HAWTHORN
No Buddy, no worries Hawks say. But the true value of Franklin to Hawthorn might not be felt until the games start next year, provided his deal with Sydney is legitimate. How much opposition focus did he take away from the likes of Jarryd Roughead and Jack Gunston. Billy Longer is the Hawks main target after No.1 ruckman Max Bailey retired over the weekend. The former No.8 pick has officially nominated Hawthorn as his preferred destination and the Hawks are confident. Are shopping around Xavier Ellis and Shane Savage has up to six clubs interested in him while the Hawks are open to trading Brad Sewell.
Free agents: Xavier Ellis
Draft picks: 17, 34, 52, 70, 88, 106, 124

MELBOURNE Have said pick No.2 is on the table and that must be tempting for rival clubs. Paul Roos knows the club might need another high-quality player that can make an impact now to regenerate hope at the Demons. Have lost Colin Sylvia, so that is another spot that needs filling in the midfield, which is the club's main problem area. West Coast's Luke Shuey is out of the picture, now, and they have expressed interest in Dylan Shiel and David Myers, but both are unlikely to happen. Another experienced ruckman might be handy, so Darren Jolly, a former Demon, comes into the frame.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 2, 20, 36, 54, 72, 90, 108

NORTH MELBOURNE
Have committed its No.8 pick to taking father-son draftee Luke McDonald. The son of Donald McDonald comes as a ready-made flanker. The Roos are very keen on luring star Saint Nick Dal Santo. That would be a potential game changer for North, who are expected to surge up the ladder again next season. He would be an ideal player to complement Brad Scott's running game. He can trigger a clause in his contract to make himself free agent. Key defender Luke Delaney could move to St Kilda, while midfielder Liam Anthony is also testing the waters.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 8, 26, 42, 61, 79, 97, 115

PORT ADELAIDE
Wants to find a key forward and could throw up its first round pick to get it. The vibe around Ken Hinkley's Power is good, and that was underscored last week when Richmond's Matt White agreed to a three-year deal. Appears to be ahead of Adelaide in fight for homesick Lion Jared Polec.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 13, 30, 48, 66, 84, 102, 120

RICHMOND
The Tigers policy of addressing weak points in their list and being bold enough to address them became clear again on Monday when it handed over its second-round draft pick for Carlton big man Shaun Hampson. He will give No.1 ruckman Ivan Maric more support and allow Ty Vickery to stay as a key forward and hopefully develop his game further next year. Paul Chapman is not in the Tigers plans, apparently, with the club confirming as much on Monday. Not interested in Heath Shaw, either. Lost Luke McGuane but could yet pick up Lion Patrick Karnezis.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 11, 46, 64, 82, 100, 118

ST KILDA
Into North Melbourne's Luke Delaney as the Saints continue their search for a badly-needed key defender. Nick Dal Santo seems likely to follow Brendon Goddard's lead from last year and leave the Saints for a shot at a premiership at another club. Has already met with North's leadership group, and is believed to be keen. The Saints have hosed down speculation that two of their other champions, captain Nick Riewoldt and Leigh Montagna, could be released to do the same. They will stay put. However defender Sam Fisher might be on his way to GWS.
Free agents: Nick Dal Santo
Draft picks: 3, 21, 37, 55, 73, 91, 109

SYDNEY
So far the biggest winners out of free agency, landing the biggest fish in the ocean for the second year in a row. Although the massive nine-year contract to Lance Franklin still needs to be ratified by the AFL's investigative unit. Buddy at Sydney will probably makes the Swans premiership favourites by the time March rolls around next year. Although there is a cost. Shane Mumford is gone and Jesse White looks certain to do likewise. And there is speculation even more Swans could depart if the club makes a play to off-load again to secure a high first-round draft pick.
Free agents: nil
Draft picks: 14, 31, 49, 67, 85, 103, 121

WEST COAST
New coach Adam Simpson says Luke Shuey is not for sale. Andrew Gaff did not come on as expected this year, but has also drawn suitors. How does Simpson play his cards in his first trade period? The Eagles had plenty of injurie s last season and that, in part, held them back from achieving the success many predicted they would. Much like the Blues in 2012. Does he take the Mick Malthouse approach and have a look for a year, or does he get aggressive straight away? Brisbane's Elliott Yeo looks to be one pick up already up his sleeve.
Free agents: Dean Cox
Draft picks: 6, 24, 40, 58, 76, 94, 112

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Made a relatively bold play for Stewart Crameri, if the reported four-year, $1.8 million offer is accurate. It is typical of the Dogs, who have long sort medium-sized forwards during the trade period. Still work to do with the Bombers, but Brendan McCartney's relationship with Crameri has proved crucial. Does McCartney, a former assistant at Geelong, have any pull with former Cats Paul Chapman or Josh Hunt, as well? Have moved on Daniel Cross and Dylan Addison's future is unclear, although he finished the season strongly.
Free agents: Dylan Addison
Draft picks: 4, 22, 38, 56, 74, 92, 110


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Funny, I saw the Grand Final on late night TV a couple weeks ago and starting getting to AFL again (I'm from the US). I'm not familiar with many individual players, so I think I'll follow this thread closely to further my knowledge of this league. Love footy

Welcome to the wonderful world of the fast paced game mate.

What clubs or club are you following atm and which players or player intrests you the most?

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Funny, I saw the Grand Final on late night TV a couple weeks ago and starting getting to AFL again (I'm from the US). I'm not familiar with many individual players, so I think I'll follow this thread closely to further my knowledge of this league. Love footy

Welcome to the wonderful world of the fast paced game mate.

What clubs or club are you following atm and which players or player intrests you the most?

A few years ago me and some buddies in Junior High School found out about AFL on the internet and all chose teams, and I chose Carlton because I liked their logo haha so you could say I follow them. I know that Eddie Betts just signed on with Adelaide, though. I also remember back then that Brendan Fevola was very good but had plenty of off-the-field issues. What became of him? Is he out of the game entirely now?

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Funny, I saw the Grand Final on late night TV a couple weeks ago and starting getting to AFL again (I'm from the US). I'm not familiar with many individual players, so I think I'll follow this thread closely to further my knowledge of this league. Love footy

Welcome to the wonderful world of the fast paced game mate.

What clubs or club are you following atm and which players or player intrests you the most?

A few years ago me and some buddies in Junior High School found out about AFL on the internet and all chose teams, and I chose Carlton because I liked their logo haha so you could say I follow them. I know that Eddie Betts just signed on with Adelaide, though. I also remember back then that Brendan Fevola was very good but had plenty of off-the-field issues. What became of him? Is he out of the game entirely now?

Well Carlton defeated my team in the first final then went on to lose themselves.

Brendan Fevola does not play in the big leagues anymore but still plays for money at various local clubs, also he has declared bankruptcy with debts reported at close to $2 million.

They have signed Daisy Thomas from Collingwood which may not seem like much but if you take the NY Knicks/ Nets or NY Rangers/ Islanders rivalry it's just the same.

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Found this

Restricted Free Agents:

Dale Thomas – Is officially a Carlton player
Lance Franklin – Is officially a Sydney Swan
Eddie Betts – Is officially an Adelaide player

Unrestricted Free Agents:
Simon Black - needs to decide whether he retires or plays another year, rumoured to be set to retire.
Jonathan Brown – Signed new one year deal
Heath Scotland - 50-50 on whether he plays another year
Alan Didak - delisted from Collingwood, hopeful of playing in the AFL in 2014
Paul Chapman – not offered a contract by the Cats, wants to play on
James Podsiadly - not offered a contract by the Cats, wants to play on.
Joel Corey - Retired
Corey Enright - Would be surprised if he didn't play on in 2014
Josh Hunt - not offered a contract by the Cats, wants to play on
Max Bailey - Retired
Xavier Ellis - Has left Hawthorn, linked to Fremantle, West Coast and Adelaide
Michael Osborne - Retired
Colin Sylvia – Officially a Fremantle player
Matt Thomas - won Magarey Medal but was delisted by Port Adelaide, seeking opportunities elsewhere
Luke McGuane – Has left Richmond, wants to join Brisbane
Matt White – Officially a Port Adelaide player.
Dylan Addison - Yet to sign a new contract with the Bulldogs.
Daniel Cross - Gone from Bulldogs, attracting interest from GWS, Melbourne and Carlton.

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Funny, I saw the Grand Final on late night TV a couple weeks ago and starting getting to AFL again (I'm from the US). I'm not familiar with many individual players, so I think I'll follow this thread closely to further my knowledge of this league. Love footy

Welcome to the wonderful world of the fast paced game mate.

What clubs or club are you following atm and which players or player intrests you the most?

A few years ago me and some buddies in Junior High School found out about AFL on the internet and all chose teams, and I chose Carlton because I liked their logo haha so you could say I follow them. I know that Eddie Betts just signed on with Adelaide, though. I also remember back then that Brendan Fevola was very good but had plenty of off-the-field issues. What became of him? Is he out of the game entirely now?

Well Carlton defeated my team in the first final then went on to lose themselves.

Brendan Fevola does not play in the big leagues anymore but still plays for money at various local clubs, also he has declared bankruptcy with debts reported at close to $2 million.

They have signed Daisy Thomas from Collingwood which may not seem like much but if you take the NY Knicks/ Nets or NY Rangers/ Islanders rivalry it's just the same.

Yeah I've read that Carlton-Collingwood is AFL's biggest rivalry, comparable to Red Sox-Yankees here. Aren't Carlton, Collingwood, Richmond and Essendon kind of all rivals with each other? And I do remember reading Thomas' name a few years ago!! Isn't he supposed to be pretty good?

*excuse my lack of knowledge, lol*

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Yeah I've read that Carlton-Collingwood is AFL's biggest rivalry, comparable to Red Sox-Yankees here. Aren't Carlton, Collingwood, Richmond and Essendon kind of all rivals with each other? And I do remember reading Thomas' name a few years ago!! Isn't he supposed to be pretty good?

*excuse my lack of knowledge, lol*

No it's all good i don't mind talking about Footy.

They call them the big 4 as they are the most followed in the Melbourne area, when they are all up the supporters are some of the most ferocious anywhere in the world.

There are a few clips on You tube where you can here the crowd over the commentators, sometimes you can't hear yourself think at a game.

This is Matt Damon showing support for the tigers hopefully the link works.

http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/fg9JpN2qZL8/mqdefault.jpg

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Still not happy about McEvoy being traded. But St Kilda did okay in the end, brought in a younger ruckman, a midfielder, a defender, and 3 top 20 picks I think. Could have made an effort to keep Dal Santo though. Not sure if St Kilda know what they are doing.

Someone asked about Fevola. He's a dick.

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