Where Will Sandi Land?

Written by Motts on May 25 2011

On your bench or on the scrap heap? If you’ve got 211 in your team right now, what are you going to do with him?

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43 thoughts on “Where Will Sandi Land?”

  1. Well as well as Cox, I have Petrie and Smith on the bench… So plenty of cover.

    And while I’m here a quick question, dunno who to downgrade this week to Jacobs and who to keep as D8, so:
    D/G Stanley, Duigan D8 UP (Y)
    D/G Duigan, Stanley D8 DOWN (N)

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  2. I want a 5th mid .. I currently have swan pendles griffen selwood . Who should i get for swallow? I was thinking ablett/mundy/priddis??? Can get anyone

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  3. Out for 4, back for 2, then the bye… that’s 5 out of 7 games not earning points.

    I’ll trade him out then upgrade Smith or Petrie back to Sandi round 18. I was planning to downgrade Smith at some stage after round 16 so I see this as just being a cash advance (and 1 burned trade!)

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  4. He also has a high break-even so when he gets back he will lose money fast if he scores poorly when he is getting match fitness up. Might trade him and get him back when he is back in form.

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  5. i just tthink if ya playing league, it aint worth the extra 20-30pts a week, but if ya in the top 300 than fair enough worth a gamble

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  6. I’ll keep Sandi on the bench. Have Coxy, Petrie & Smithy so between the 3 of them should get by, but must be honest the thought crossed my mine to trade him out but happy to stick with him.

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  7. at what price will petrie peak? might be a consideration at some stage to upgrade petrie > cox, especially with sandilands out..

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  8. Will be benching him. Cox, Smith and Petrie can handle it…

    No point trading out a premium on the fear that he’ll lose money on a high break even… they’re premium players because they virtually guarantee you a ton just for showing up and they don’t cost you a cent once they’re in your side.

    You can get lucky with the Riewoldt’s, Goddard, Ablett, Swan, Didak, Brown and the like who are likely to be severely underpriced for their capabilities at various stages for whatever reason and when you don’t pay full price for them and get to trade them in for a cash cow rookie plus chump change makes some coaches look like geniuses. But even if they don’t reach the price level of a premium again doesn’t make their tons any less valuable once they hit form!

    It’s the most points, not the highest salary cap, that wins at the end of the day.

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  9. Anyone looking to get Swan in? The Hun reports that he is carrying a quad injury and will be going to Arizona midseason. Will only miss The Swans game (ironic huh?) but it does explain his less than usual output.

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  10. Good day to all.

    My conundrum is this:

    My 1st trade for this week is going to be Tapscott โ€“> Lynch. This will leave me with approx. $150K to spend. Unfortunately, this is not enough to upgrade a cow to a premium. The only option would be to upgrade Higgins to a premium (which is not particularly ideal).

    Based on what Iโ€™ve read from this article (and others), Iโ€™d like my 2nd trade to be Sandilands โ€“> J. Tippett (open up link to Petrie). This (along with the Tapscott downgrade) would give me approx. $580K in the bank for next week, at which point I can do a DOUBLE UPGRADE.

    Donโ€™t particularly want to miss out on I. Smith (if heโ€™s named this week), but Iโ€™d want to bring him into my midfield for MID/FWD link (which I can do with Mzungu in a couple of weeks instead).

    Thoughts?

    Thumbs UP to Upgrade Higgins
    Thumnbs DOWN to Downgrade Sandilands

    Thanks in advance.

    P.S. My current ruck setup is Sandilands, Cox, Smith & Fraser

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  11. Upgrading a mid cash cow to Pendles. Got Libba, Swallow, Harris, Heppell

    Thumbs up Libba
    Thumbs down Swallow

    And any thoughts on why for each of them?

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