Polling Station – Round 18

Written by The Salamander on September 15 2020

Got a poll you’d like to see on SCT? Just request your poll in the comments below, and if the community deems it worthwhile, we’ll have that poll. Easy!

Unlike our more usual TU/TD threads, the thumbs here are for indicating whether or not you think a particular proposed poll is worth having, not voting in said poll.

So, what polls would you like to see over the coming days? Let us know in the comments below!

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6 thoughts on “Polling Station – Round 18”

  1. Who will be the highest scoring fwd this week?
    I need to fill my Riccardi shaped hole to give me a chance of winning LOEC3 GF.

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  2. I have an overall question for the year. Who were the must haves at the start of the year. Where are they placed now at the end of the year? Did they fulfill their placement into a team or fail miserably or perhaps somewhere between….

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  3. What, if any, aspects of this season should the AFL keep for next year?
    The shorter quarters,the compacted rounds, naming the teams the evening before and the shorter season?.
    Should Supercoach continue giving extra trades next year?

    This is purely speculative as we don’t know what 2021 will be like? Lets just assume that a miracle cure for covid 19 was discovered. The game has to still deal with reduce team lists and soft cap reductions.

    All of that aside what do we all want from 2021?

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  4. Would love to see a poll of how many players that were in your team (at round 13 perhaps – end of home & away season) that were there back in round 1. For me, its 10 players – Noble, Macrae, Oliver, Neale, Whitfield, Cripps, Grundy, D Smith, Doc, & D Cameron (traded out R14). Not counting Gawn (as traded out R12 (inj) traded back in R16).

    Also traded out 3 players, then traded them back in – A Brawshaw (Freo) traded out R2, traded back in R12, T Stewart out R5 (inj) back in R10, and Gawn out R12 (inj) back in R16.

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