The move of George Hewett to Carlton is one of the confusing recent free agency moves. Here’s why.
It came as no surprise that Jake Kelly was one of the first deals finalised from the offseason. The former Crow moved seamlessly into the red and black of Essendon and immediately helps bolster an already potent backline.
Mabior Chol gets the award for the first player movement of the offseason. As an unrestricted free agent, he departed Tigerland for the Gold Coast Suns. But is it a fantasy footy relevant move?
This Friday, the AFL offseason goes into full gear, with the free agency period commencing. The following Monday, the trade period officially opens. Excitingly for supporters of every team other than Melbourne, the eyes move quickly to the 2022 season and how their sides can improve and claim premiership success. For AFLFantasy & SuperCoach players, it’s a time where players are coming and going that can create fantastic outcomes for our fantasy footy in 2022. So with the trade period about to open, I decided to look at some of my AFLFantasy & SuperCoach Dream Trade Scenarios.
If Jesse Hogan can get his mind and body right, then he could be a fantasy footy bargain in 2021.
Does Oleg Markov rise to fantasy footy at the Gold Coast Suns?
MJ looks at which players were the big winners and losers from the 2020 AFL Trade period
Is Zac Langdon fantasy footy relevant at his new club?
Zac Williams flew home in 2019. Can he deliver a strong 2021 as a Carlton player?
Is Aidan Corr fantasy relevant at North Melbourne? Click here to find out.