Having PODs (Point of difference players) can be so important in getting your team ahead of the pack and set you apart from the rest. Pick them right and you could be on the road to glory, pick them wrong and you could be in all sorts of trouble. PREMIUMS DEFENDERS Dylan Roberton, $509,000 Ownership: … More Josho’s PODs
He’s been a strong SuperCoach scorer in the past, and now former Fremantle skipper David Mundy has been handed forward eligibility. Is he worth a punt?
After a brief hiatus the SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine is back and it is becoming more important than ever with popular captain options letting us down in recent weeks. So let’s look at who has historically performed well against their opponents this week. Cats v Dogs It is fair to say that Patrick … More SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine – Round 9
The journey we took last week in the SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine didn’t disappoint with Nick Riewoldt, Dustin Martin and Patrick Dangerfield all continuing their superb recent form against their opponents. Who will be this weeks big performers? Let’s get ready to go back in time and find out! Eagles v Swans Round 5 … More SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine – Round 4
With some big names returning for Fremantle this season it is possible we could see a return to the Top 8 for the Dockers. Those players plus a few other choices are discussed below and could improve your SuperCoach performance in 2017. Blue Chip Investment Nathan Fyfe – MID – $573,500 – Player Ownership: 63.9% … More Last Drinks – Fremantle 2017 Preview
Fremantle’s 2016 SuperCoach Preview Blue Chip Investment Nat Fyfe – MID – $670,600 Even with niggles surrounding this man; he looks like an unstoppable force. Despite playing less than half the game against Richmond, he gathered 18 touches and five clearances. Deserved the Brownlow last season and it’s important to remember he scored over 120 … More Last Drinks – Fremantle 2016 Preview
Well, the time has come that we have to trade Gary Ablett out. I bet those who didn’t get him are sitting back with a cheeky grin. Although we want Gaz in our sides, we want to see him playing and we’d never wish injury upon any player, there are two positives from this situation … More Who Replaces Gaz? A POD Perspective