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Actually I take that back, I just looked at his price and his cheap, he could make $150k and score well quickly.

He did average 100 over 5 games in 2018 when Houli missed rounds 11-16 so definately worst options.
2018:
With Houli: 82 from 13
Without Houli: 91.22 from 9

2019:
With Houli: 67.4 from 10
Without Houli: 49 from 2 (91 and 7 (from 5%TOG))
 
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Short is the safer bet given the kick in duties just hopefully he plays on
Thought that would happen last year, but Shorts average dropped from 83 in’18 to 65 last year, after the rule change, but did only play 15 games. Doesn’t play on a lot. Prefers to kick long.
Richmond had 200 behinds scored against them last year,with Houli taking 70 kick-ins, and playing on 49 of those kick-ins. His scoring improvement (+31SC) came more from general play.
 

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Luckless Dee to miss three months
Liam Twomey
Jay Clark
LUCKLESS Melbourne forward Aaron vandenBerg has suffered another serious foot injury which is set to keep the hard nut out for another three months.
The gun Demon broke his foot kicking the shin of an opposition player in the club’s last preseason game against Hawthorn in Launceston.
He is likely to be sidelined until the second half of the season.
VandenBerg, 28, has endured a horror run of foot and ankle problems, playing only seven games in the past three seasons.
He stopped playing golf and gave away his dog to help keep off his feet and get on top of his foot problems last year.
But vandenBerg, who resisted overtures to go home to Sydney, has gone down again, albeit with an unrelated foot problem.
The Demons rate his toughness and goal nous highly and will support him through his latest setback.
 
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Luckless Dee to miss three months
Liam Twomey
Jay Clark
LUCKLESS Melbourne forward Aaron vandenBerg has suffered another serious foot injury which is set to keep the hard nut out for another three months.
The gun Demon broke his foot kicking the shin of an opposition player in the club’s last preseason game against Hawthorn in Launceston.
He is likely to be sidelined until the second half of the season.
VandenBerg, 28, has endured a horror run of foot and ankle problems, playing only seven games in the past three seasons.
He stopped playing golf and gave away his dog to help keep off his feet and get on top of his foot problems last year.
But vandenBerg, who resisted overtures to go home to Sydney, has gone down again, albeit with an unrelated foot problem.
The Demons rate his toughness and goal nous highly and will support him through his latest setback.
So October then?
 
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Magpies gun suffers minor setback
Collingwood star Adam Treloar is doubtful for a round two return from a hamstring injury.
Treloar injured his hamstring in the Marsh Community Series game against Richmond, but illness has kept him off the track which is likely to mean he'll miss next week's blockbuster with the Tigers.
"He had a little bit of a setback, not so much with the hamstring, but he had a stomach virus for four or five days which kept him off the track. So, while we were looking for a round two return, right now, that probably looks doubtful, more so because of the missing training through his stomach virus than the hamstring," Collingwood head of football Geoff Walsh told the club's website.

Well there goes my round 2 plan
 
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Luckless Dee to miss three months
Liam Twomey
Jay Clark
LUCKLESS Melbourne forward Aaron vandenBerg has suffered another serious foot injury which is set to keep the hard nut out for another three months.
The gun Demon broke his foot kicking the shin of an opposition player in the club’s last preseason game against Hawthorn in Launceston.
He is likely to be sidelined until the second half of the season.
VandenBerg, 28, has endured a horror run of foot and ankle problems, playing only seven games in the past three seasons.
He stopped playing golf and gave away his dog to help keep off his feet and get on top of his foot problems last year.
But vandenBerg, who resisted overtures to go home to Sydney, has gone down again, albeit with an unrelated foot problem.
The Demons rate his toughness and goal nous highly and will support him through his latest setback.
Not good, kept him in my keeper league team just before salary cap deadline, then literally a day or two after that injury happened. The guy cannot take a trick.
 
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