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Subject: Re: That'd be right - A mid-year Carey draft

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Date Posted: 12:03:38 03/14/02 Thu
In reply to: Vi 's message, "Re: That'd be right - A mid-year Carey draft" on 11:09:05 03/14/02 Thu

>I noticed Flash was mentioned in the article as well.
>It would be good for him after being caught out just
>days before the draft, but still you have to wonder if
>it's a good thing to change the rules as you go. There
>was no thought of doing this when it was just Flash,
>but now Carey has to sit out the season they are
>thinking of changing their rules.

That article is a complete beat-up. Ashley Browne used to write really dumb articles for Sportal Footy - it looks like he's still on Telstra's books. Wayne Jackson clearly explains the impracticalities of bringing in a mid-year draft in this very article.

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