Armitage up for trade

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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby The Peanut » Mon 18 Sep 2017 11:03am

saintsRrising wrote:"Home" is Mackay and no AFL club is based there. No AFL team for 1000km in fact. So he is not going to go "home" and play at AFL level.


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Perhaps not at the highest level, but there are AFL teams right up the coast of QLD. Mackay even has an AFL woman's team.
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby To the top » Mon 18 Sep 2017 5:01pm

What a bunch of nut cases "contribute" to this site.

Get rid of Armitage, Gilbert, Acres, Dunstan, Mc Cartin, Billings et al ............. and keep Geary, Meatball, Templeton, Longer et al

Nuff said!!!!!!
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby whiskers3614 » Mon 18 Sep 2017 6:15pm

spert wrote:
cwrcyn wrote:Can't believe people are writing off David Armitage. The same people who wrote off Sam Gilbert, I suppose. Seriously, go back and look at his form before he got injured. It's been an unlucky couple of seasons, but Armitage is a very fine player.

At one stage, a very good player, but unless he develops more pace and can stay injury free at this late stage in his career- he will struggle.


Who is the last player to "develop more pace" in their late 20's and after multiple injuries? :oops:
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby Trev from the Bush » Mon 18 Sep 2017 7:42pm

Still a good player Spert. Hope he comes back and rubs a few noses in the dirt.
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby The Recruit » Mon 18 Sep 2017 8:48pm

Armitage and pick 8 for Tom Lynch

Can imagine being told your being traded in your exit interview would ever go down well.
We would pay some of armos contrwct next year.

Our forward line would be fantastic

In a sneaky one
If you secure Lynch trade Paddy and 7 to Lions for Rockliff and pick 1.

So with pick 7-8 and Mcartin (pick 1)

We would get
Lynch
Pick 1 in draft
Rocky

Not bad
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby Bernard Shakey » Mon 18 Sep 2017 8:51pm

The Recruit wrote:Armitage and pick 8 for Tom Lynch

Can imagine being told your being traded in your exit interview would ever go down well.
We would pay some of armos contrwct next year.

Our forward line would be fantastic

In a sneaky one
If you secure Lynch trade Paddy and 7 to Lions for Rockliff and pick 1.

So with pick 7-8 and Mcartin (pick 1)

We would get
Lynch
Pick 1 in draft
Rocky

Not bad


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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby Jacks Back » Mon 18 Sep 2017 11:01pm

The Recruit wrote:Armitage and pick 8 for Tom Lynch

Can imagine being told your being traded in your exit interview would ever go down well.
We would pay some of armos contrwct next year.

Our forward line would be fantastic

In a sneaky one
If you secure Lynch trade Paddy and 7 to Lions for Rockliff and pick 1.

So with pick 7-8 and Mcartin (pick 1)

We would get
Lynch
Pick 1 in draft
Rocky

Not bad

Doesn't sound too bad at all.
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby minneapolis » Tue 19 Sep 2017 3:02am

DWOODROW wrote:Gooooooone.................................................................................


On a fishing trip in the territory.


Anyone up there looking after his groin?
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby HitTheBoundary » Tue 19 Sep 2017 3:37am

Every year we get this thread. Groundhog day.
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Re: Armitage up for trade

Postby Proph3t of egan » Wed 20 Sep 2017 6:55pm

HitTheBoundary wrote:Every year we get this thread. Groundhog day.

It's become a tradition for me

This time every year, you remind everyone that he comes from no where near Brisbane

Couldn't imagine life without it
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