Players Under The Microscope – Sydney v Carlton

Written by Motts on February 19 2010

Next game I’ll be looking at closely this weekend is the clash between Sydney and the Blues, i have very little interest in either team other than reviewing players performances …. unlike my mate Motts who is a one eyed Blue boy. I’ll barrack for the Blues in support of him.

So far i have these blokes listed in the starting 30 squad …. all are on notice and at risk of losing their positions if they don’t perform.

BACKS

T Kennelly – $320,700 and didn’t play last season

J Dare – $83,400 Rookie currently on my bench

MIDS

M Murphy – $599,500 and averaging 112

FORWARDS

J Waite – $407,500 and averaging 96

T Dennis-Lane – $94,200 Rookie currently on my bench

With the exception of Murphy there’s no other premium players from Carlton or the Swans. At this stage I’ve left Judd and Gibbs, despite solid performances in my MID last year.

Who’s a lock in your team from Carlton and Sydney?

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  1. What about Goodes? can play mid or forward, averaged 114 last season. Is gonna play forward nore this year so that means more points as he did score over 200points in one game last year playing in the forward line for most of the game.

    Ryan O’Keefe is another who can play both forward and mid. averaged 108 last year, and could be an option as your second mid or forward at $576’000. he can be inconsistent, but is capable of massive scores.

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    1. The last few years i’ve had a heavy Blues mid field ….. Gibbs, Murphy and Judd ….. all proven to be great players and point getters. If $$ permit then Judd will get a run.

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  2. Seaby is a smokey for your ruck this year, can’t wait to get a look at Rohan, Currie and TDL. For my boys the ones I’ll be keeping an eye on will be McLean, Warnock, Henderson, Lucas, Davies, and Carrazzo. Gibbs, Murphy, and Judd are just a given.

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  3. T Kennely is a lock. Money for jam, I think.
    RO’K starts rather slowly to the year, so I’ll try and hold off until his price drops (got down to around $420k last year, before going gangbusters) and hopefully upgrade someone.
    Robbie W is in mine, but only due to the hype, so will be interested to see how he goes.

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    1. Agreed pieman, but remember that for the first 3 rounds you’re not competing with other teams in your league so while its a big loss to not have him on the field, its not a major major loss. You miss out on the percentage early but you save the trade later.

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Players Under The Microscope – Sydney v Carlton

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Next game I’ll be looking at closely this weekend is the clash between Sydney and the Blues, i have very little interest in either team other than reviewing players performances …. unlike my mate Motts who is a one eyed Blue boy. I’ll barrack for the Blues in support of him.

So far i have these blokes listed in the starting 30 squad …. all are on notice and at risk of losing their positions if they don’t perform.

BACKS

T Kennelly – $320,700 and didn’t play last season

J Dare – $83,400 Rookie currently on my bench

MIDS

M Murphy – $599,500 and averaging 112

FORWARDS

J Waite – $407,500 and averaging 96

T Dennis-Lane – $94,200 Rookie currently on my bench

With the exception of Murphy there’s no other premium players from Carlton or the Swans. At this stage I’ve left Judd and Gibbs, despite solid performances in my MID last year.

Who’s a lock in your team from Carlton and Sydney?

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9 thoughts on “Players Under The Microscope – Sydney v Carlton”

  1. What about Goodes? can play mid or forward, averaged 114 last season. Is gonna play forward nore this year so that means more points as he did score over 200points in one game last year playing in the forward line for most of the game.

    Ryan O’Keefe is another who can play both forward and mid. averaged 108 last year, and could be an option as your second mid or forward at $576’000. he can be inconsistent, but is capable of massive scores.

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  2. Seaby is a smokey for your ruck this year, can’t wait to get a look at Rohan, Currie and TDL. For my boys the ones I’ll be keeping an eye on will be McLean, Warnock, Henderson, Lucas, Davies, and Carrazzo. Gibbs, Murphy, and Judd are just a given.

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  3. T Kennely is a lock. Money for jam, I think.
    RO’K starts rather slowly to the year, so I’ll try and hold off until his price drops (got down to around $420k last year, before going gangbusters) and hopefully upgrade someone.
    Robbie W is in mine, but only due to the hype, so will be interested to see how he goes.

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