Discussion in 'ORFFL' started by stkildathunda, May 29, 2012.
Just letting you know I may not be fielding a team this week. Not that I'm not trying to select one.
I'm looking for forwards, mids, defenders. Can't fill 15; have only done so twice this year, it's like that and that's the way it is.
For those needing a ruck back-up Orren Stephenson has expressed his wishes to entertain other offers. As such Queenstown are disappointed with him and will listen to offers for mid-season trade picks.
The Popanyinning Pyrite board do not wish to continue with this theme of "not for sale" and "for sale". They feel arbitrary assessments just compartmentalises players which is an inaccurate assessment of those player's worth in today's market. Practicality and a sound basis in fact dictates that any player is for the sale, it is of course all about the price and sacrifice the customer wishes to spend to get their desired product. At Pyrite especially, you can be assured they know value when they see it.
So all players are on the table, they will be sorted from top to bottom in terms of their value to the club and how likely it is for the club to part with them, the higher they are, the more compensation the club requires to part with that player. The board hopes that this openness to all trades is attractive to all prospective business partners.
Popanyinning Pyrite Football Club
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Popanyinning Players Ranked by Value
Red equals potential delistment
On which players the club is after,
As everyone is well aware, the PPFC midfield is second to none. Unfortunately due to injuries and circumstances beyond our control our other lines have been lacking. The emergence of Richards, McPharlin, Grima and Mackenzie as solid 75+ avg defenders has helped in recent weeks but the board feel that another defender is needed to compliment these stocks. Forward line is also a worry with only the 2012 Coleman medalist the only focal point, a long way down in highlights is the promotion of Kosi from to "below average" player. So a forward is likely the #1 option coming into trade week for the team. Rucks are still causing a lot of cotton-wool sales and wincing at the club, despite this the club is happy with their ruck stocks but remain open to the possibility of bringing in a new ruckman if the chance opportunes.
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