I’m going to level with you community.
I’m not in the mood.
I reversed my trades last night, thinking the games started at 7.50pm, when they actually started at 7.20pm.
What time did I reverse my trades? Why, I reversed my trades at 7.15pm.
This left Zak Butters on the bench with no purple Emergency tag on him.
In a round you need all the players you can get, I went and done f**ked up.
So now I only have 17 for the round.
Not only that, I can’t swing Butters to my forward line so I can’t do my proper trades that I had done five minutes before lock out.
I hate myself.
As a result for my dumbness, there’s going to be a lot of discontent in this Panic Room.
Newz you can Uze
Jordan Boyd is back in the Carlton side. Caleb Marchbank plays his first game in a while and Jesse Motlop got dropped. Darcy Parish will have 35 touches and do nothing with it. Fight me Patch I’m not in the mood.
St Kilda dropped Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera. I don’t know if anyone actually owns him as a rookie, but it’s one less rookie running around. Joe Daniher returns for Brisbane.
Jackson Callow will play his third game for the Hawks. He averages 33, but that’s 33 points more than what Butters will score for me this weekend. Nat Fyfe is returning for Fremantle, he’s 541k but I’d want to see what he does and how he fits.
I want Leon Cameron back. What is McVeigh doing, leaving Preuss out of the side. Who does he think he is?
Lachie Whitfield returns and Jacob Wehr holds his spot. Aaron Hall plays his first game in a while and Tarryn Thomas gets dropped.
Daniel Turner will debut for the Dees on Monday, but he’s only in the side because he’s got a thug for a teammate who goes around trying to start fights when he’s been drinking beers. Collingwood has brought Finn Macrae into the squad and might debut Isaac Chugg, so let’s see what happens there.
George Hewett is a gun, so is Pat Cripps, so is Sam Docherty, and don’t forget Sam Walsh. Essendon on the other hand, is trash. I know, Hawks lost to them. Whoop-de-doo. We are also trash. Pick a Carlton mid.
Clayton Oliver is also a gun, and is in great nick at the moment. 108, 137 and 114 against the Pies in his past three. Lachie Neale could go well against St Kilda, but hasn’t got the history. Josh Kelly put up 147 against North Melbourne last season and is playing full-time midfielder now. Max Gawn against Darcy Cameron could be large, he has scored 123, 99 and 153 against the Pies in his past three.