Season 2020

Trade: Tyson Stengle a Crow

The Crows are preparing for a future without classy small forward Eddie Betts with the inclusion of former Tiger Tyson Stengle. Ty’s an exciting small forward forward who has speed to burn, is composed in tight traffic and adds class and goal sense.  Under the mentoring of Eddie, Crows fans

Trade: George Horlin-Smith

Depending on what fantasy footy communities you are part of you may already have landed at a decision on the hyphen.  Some believe he could be one of the underpriced breakout stars of next year who’ll take the opportunity and be massive for us, while others believe he’ll continue to

Trade: Jack Scrimshaw a Hawk

The former draft top 10 pick is a developing rebounding defender who is a classy ball user with a reliable left foot. He brings some fantastic agility for a player over 190cm and makes good decisions with ball in hand and is clean in the marking contest.  While his few

Trade: Aaron Hall a Roo

While North Melbourne missed out on the big free agency fish in Andrew Gaff you’ve got to give some credit to the list management team. They identified several key issues and targeted players who could add some speed, outside run and carry and some class finishing and the inclusion of

Trade: Sam Lloyd a Bulldogs

I (MJ) normally like to take plenty of time on players and evaluate their potential fantasy footy relevance and not just quickly dismiss them. However, for Sam Lloyd I won’t be spending much time on him. Across his 5 year career at Richmond he’s never averaged over 70. Outside of

Trade: Will Setterfield a Blue

Depending on which side of the fence you sit on you think this trade is a massive win for either the Blues or Giants. As a former top 5 draft pick at the cost of a future 2nd round pick and 3rd round pick this could be a HUGE win

Trade: Dom Tyson a Kangaroo

This isn’t the first time I (MJ) have penned a trade article about Dom Tyson. After spending 2 seasons and playing 13 games at GWS, Tyson was traded to Melbourne.  In his first year at Melbourne (2014) he was incredibly fantasy relevant, in part due to his pricing that year

Trade: Braydon Preuss a Demon

Some trades just don’t make sense, and not just from a biased SuperCoach or AFLFantasy footy perspective. For the past few year Braydon Preuss aka The Prius has been the replacement in waiting for Todd Goldstein and with Goldy turning 31 midway through the upcoming season his time as the

Trade: Dean Kent a Saint

Dean Kent is an astute pick up for the club and will add some speed and also some defensive pressure inside forward 50, something St Kilda will need with the delisting of Mav Weller, but how much will we see him on the park? Last year (2018) he played just

Trade: Dan Hannebery a Saint

Much has been made over the injury history of this once former premium midfielder. He’s fallen far from the dizzy heights of his 2015 & 2016 where he averaged 110 & 108 in AFLFantasy and 113 both seasons in SuperCoach.  Ever since injury ended Grand Final back in 2016 we’ve