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Isaac Smith: A Risk v Reward Analysis

Isaac Smith: A Risk v Reward Analysis

Before we get cracking on Isaac today I want to inform the community of a legal stoush over the JR Risk or Reward – O – Meter ..which you’ll remember was definitely not a dreamtime™ stock photo I found on Google from my last Risk v Reward article on Zac Williams. In between flying all […]

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Steele Sidebottom Supercoach 2017

Steele Sidebottom Supercoach 2017

Steele Sidebottom: the ‘Forgotten’ Pie There has been plenty of chat this pre-season about various SuperCoach significant Collingwood players. As always there is Scott Pendlebury (do you start him or bring him in – either way he’ll probably end up in your team). There is also Treloar, Taylor Adams with DPP, Scharenberg, the return of […]

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Sam Docherty Supercoach 2017

Sam Docherty Supercoach 2017

by TRIGGER HAPPY Indeed. What is up Doc? What happened in 2016 to go from an average of 88 (which is pretty good for a defender) to increase that by a massive 20 points to an average of 108 (this is outstanding for a defender) to become the number 1 ranked SuperCoach defender by year […]

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Kayle Kirby Supercoach 2017

Kayle Kirby Supercoach 2017

Fat bastards can get drafted. by Pieman Just about every draft that Derek Hine (Collingwood recruiting chief) goes to, he makes a ballsy pick. The best one without doubt was plucking a basketballer with a very limited footballing background called Scott Pendlebury. At the previous draft the only one that hasn’t played yet was Brayden […]

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Tom Stewart Supercoach 2017

Tom Stewart Supercoach 2017

Local to listed in 12 months. When Stephen Wells heads to the draft I get aroused. The master recruiter or “the Cat burglar” as I like to refer to him as, is well known for plucking guns from anywhere in the draft. Wells rarely bothers with first round picks. He’s had the Cats so successful […]

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Jake Lloyd Supercoach 2017

Jake Lloyd Supercoach 2017

Rocky MK II? No not Tommy Rockliff , this Rocky When Jake Lloyd was just 13 his father Tony started him in fitness training with former South Sydney and Parramatta conditioning coach Jimmy Wright. And we’re not just talking a few light jogs here. Workouts included squats, push ups, Jock Reynolds burpees, speed ball work and sprint […]

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Zac Williams: A Risk v Reward Analysis

Zac Williams: A Risk v Reward Analysis

G’day community. Look, lets be honest here, every fantasy coach worth his or her salt can identify a rolled-gold SuperCoach premium. Head on over Jock’s excellent analysis on blokes we’re keen on early in the season and you’ll see that the Dangerfield’s, Pendlebury’s, and Docherty’s of the world are all in a lot of teams. […]

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Willie Rioli Supercoach 2017

Willie Rioli Supercoach 2017

Nomcoc V2.0 Going through my rookie research I was staggered to find yet another Nomcoc. Albeit for one different reason. This one has forward thinking visionary parents that named him Willie. Right here we have: Nephew Of Maurice Cousin of Cyril How many bloody cousins does Cyril have! I’m hearing 630 & growing daily. Back […]

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Darcy Cameron Supercoach 2017

Darcy Cameron Supercoach 2017

Is this the guy for your R3 spot? Ruck bench (R3) is an interesting position to me. The $10m starting salary cap never seems to stretch as far as we need it to. It makes sense to back your rolled-gold premium R1/2 combination and plonk a 102k rookie on your bench who either has a […]

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Jarrod Witts Supercoach 2017

Jarrod Witts Supercoach 2017

New team, New Opportunity to Rise from the Ashes? by Jambo Starved of opportunities and overtaken by Brodie Grundy at Collingwood, Jarrod Witts has a great opportunity to resurrect his AFL career at the Gold Coast Suns. In his second and third year of AFL, he looked pretty good and showed potential of being great. […]

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Jack Gunston Supercoach 2017

Jack Gunston Supercoach 2017

Jack GUN-ston – What’s in a name? 4 x Grand Finalist to go along with 3 flags. Jack Gunston must be loving life since he walked out on the Crows in 2011. With everyone’s favourite ginger out of action in 2016, Gunston became the top dog in Hawthorn’s forward line. It was a funny old […]

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Jasper Pittard Supercoach 2017

Jasper Pittard Supercoach 2017

Is The After-Thought of Port Gaining Some Traction? by Nicki Boy The Port Adelaide Football Club once glistened with the hope of a new and bright future. A dramatic three-point loss to Hawks in the 2014 preliminary final made us all feel assured that the Power would be a force to be reckoned with in […]

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