Who's Better?

Written by Motts on May 21 2010

Which two players should be traded OUT this week? (two choices)

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18 thoughts on “Who's Better?”

  1. you can’t really compare they are both equally good in the midfield, while Goddard is better up front IMO, but Hodge is better down back

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  2. Hodge, because he holds up the team and leads by example be it getting the ball out of the center or dropping back and taking game saving marks in the back line. I’ve noticed he hasn’t kicked many goals this year unlike Godds who is piling them on.

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    1. I would suggest that Dane Swan will score the highest total score from here on in out of these guys. He scored more points than any other player last season, you can’t go wrong with him IMO

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  3. Trade talk for this week:
    Sitting on 12 trades left with $34 500 in the bank.

    Going to make the move
    Nason > Webberley

    Second trade options:
    1. No trade, save ’em
    2. Medhurst > Podsiadly (its a little late, but don’t wont to miss this train ride completely, still a -70 BE!! He’s in 48.52% of teams, I can’t afford to get left behind)
    3. Medhurst > Goodes

    In the upcoming weeks I want to bring in Goodes & Dal Santo

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  4. Everyone should be buying Goodes next week at least… he should have bottomed out by then at around $400 000 (which at that price you’d an 80.00 averaging player) and he is playing Hawthorn (producing scores of 183 and 166 in Sydney’s two games against them last year!!)

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  5. Why trade Nason to Webberly?
    From what I understand, both are going to give you around 50-60pts a game & will play most games.
    If it is to finance another trade then fair enough, otherwise I can’t see the benefit.
    Medhurst to Pods is a good trade. Not so sure about a Goodes trade, he may be coming good, but I think there are better, more reliable options at the moment.

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    1. Well the other alternative is to trade Silvagni > Webberley, leaving the two Richmond boys warming the pine. It’s purely to make $$ for future upgrades.

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  6. Tony Armstrong is not in Adelaide’s selected side, but is on the Emergencies… would hate to have already pressed that trade button.

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  7. motts its dream time round this week , who is the best aboriginal player you have ever seen play this great game ?..could you make a list of the great indigenous players who ever played ?…

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18 thoughts on “Who’s Better?”

  1. you can’t really compare they are both equally good in the midfield, while Goddard is better up front IMO, but Hodge is better down back

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  2. Hodge, because he holds up the team and leads by example be it getting the ball out of the center or dropping back and taking game saving marks in the back line. I’ve noticed he hasn’t kicked many goals this year unlike Godds who is piling them on.

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  3. Trade talk for this week:
    Sitting on 12 trades left with $34 500 in the bank.

    Going to make the move
    Nason > Webberley

    Second trade options:
    1. No trade, save ’em
    2. Medhurst > Podsiadly (its a little late, but don’t wont to miss this train ride completely, still a -70 BE!! He’s in 48.52% of teams, I can’t afford to get left behind)
    3. Medhurst > Goodes

    In the upcoming weeks I want to bring in Goodes & Dal Santo

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  4. Everyone should be buying Goodes next week at least… he should have bottomed out by then at around $400 000 (which at that price you’d an 80.00 averaging player) and he is playing Hawthorn (producing scores of 183 and 166 in Sydney’s two games against them last year!!)

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  5. Why trade Nason to Webberly?
    From what I understand, both are going to give you around 50-60pts a game & will play most games.
    If it is to finance another trade then fair enough, otherwise I can’t see the benefit.
    Medhurst to Pods is a good trade. Not so sure about a Goodes trade, he may be coming good, but I think there are better, more reliable options at the moment.

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  6. Tony Armstrong is not in Adelaide’s selected side, but is on the Emergencies… would hate to have already pressed that trade button.

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  7. motts its dream time round this week , who is the best aboriginal player you have ever seen play this great game ?..could you make a list of the great indigenous players who ever played ?…

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