Coaches have given 27 responses.
It occurred to me during discussion in a post a couple of weeks back that everyone should go into SC with a goal… an end-game. Where do you want to be, and who do you want in your team come finals? There is a good chance if you have a clear understanding of where you want to go, it will assist defining what you start with. So here are my two Dream Teams following the two main defining theory’s kicking around:
Theory 1: I don’t care if I have players that have a bye during finals (but will limit).
Coaches have given 20 responses.
Put some thought into a decent mid-pricer team this afternoon. What do you think of this?
DEF: B. Goddard, B. Deledio, G. Broughton, P. Duffield, J. Grimes, M. Hurley, A. Otten (D. Heppell, N. Duigan, P. Puopolo)
MID: C. Judd, J. Kennedy, S. Higgins, R. Sloane, L. Anthony, D. Swallow (D. Harris, S. Buckley, J. Irons)
RUC: A. Sandilands, M. Jamar (D. Petrie, B. McCauley)
FWD: N. Riewoldt, L. Franklin, C. Knights, P. Dangerfield, C. Yarran, P. Veszpremi, A. Krakouer (B. Matera, S. McKernan, C. Richardson)
CASH LEFT: $102,200 (plenty for that first upgrade)
Yes it has some guns in it but you’re not going to win games without them.
Coaches have given 31 responses.
Your first 2 midfield guns are sorted and you’re now looking at the M3 position. You’re looking for someone that’s going to set you apart. Someone that is a proven performer. Someone that will play for you in the finals. Someone that is valued relatively cheaply.
I’m struggling to pick these 2 apart. How about you?
Coaches have given 15 responses.