I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again now with justifiable venom, “curse those SC Gods”. They’ve struck our gun mid down at the peak of his powers. I say “our” because more than 100,000 coaches owned Clayton Oliver going into round ten and I’m assuming that an astute community such as ours will be majority shareholders.
What could be a few weeks, maybe four if you count the bye, will present different challenges to different coaches. 56% of all coaches own him, but that number increases to over 62% of coaches ranked in the top 5% of SC. That increase in ownership will pose harder questions to that group as they consider whether to hold their rank or stick fat with the plan. What do you do with Clarry in the light of his medical sabbatical?
Depending on the results of the poll, there may be enough of a push to run a further poll on his replacement if the decision is to trade. This will not necessarily be an easy poll given the diversity of ownership of midfielders, ie who has whom, and the fact that we currently have fourteen players sitting on averages of 110+ and a further twelve outside that group with a three round average of 110+, but if need be, we shall pose the question.
Second simple poll today is in response to Natopatato’s request for a season ranking after round ten. Rankings can be found on the SC group tab, eg top of the group is Rehab’s CollinGood with an overall ranking of 35. Randomly the number ten in the group is Lachlan’s Half Back Seagulls with an overall of 557. A top 4,000 ranking can be seen at number 50 in the group with Tom’s TJ’S Thunder and so on down the list. However this can be a tedious way of grouping the rankings so the following poll does it for us and lets us know off the bat how many coaches are in each particular mix.
If you are up amongst it, all the best for staying there, and if you are not quite there yet, good luck with climbing the rankings. Thanks for reading and participating in the polls..
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