Discussion Re-Signings, Retirements, Delistings, Trade & Drafting

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Another reason to get the job done next weekend.

Some-times maligned, but was at the club in some dark days in the past and deserves some credit for where the club is at now.

Champion of the club, hard as nails and 300 games and 3 B&F's, pity he is retiring when there is real light at the end of the tunnel and won't be playing next weekend, but he has made a huge contribution to the club and I am sure will be happy for the club if they can get the job done next weekend.
 
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Another reason to get the job done next weekend.

Some-times maligned, but was at the club in some dark days in the past and deserves some credit for where the club is at now.

Champion of the club, hard as nails and 300 games and 3 B&F's, pity he is retiring when there is real light at the end of the tunnel and won't be playing next weekend, but he has made a huge contribution to the club and I am sure will be happy for the club if they can get the job done next weekend.
My favourite player for many years. Even when he was young, he was just so good in heavy traffic. Loved watching him play.
 

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FOUR SWANS RE-SIGN, FOUR DELISTED AS OFF-SEASON MOVES CONTINUE
BY NIC NEGREPONTIS 36 MINUTES AGO

Sydney has re-signed a quartet of players, including top five draftee Dylan Stephens.

Stephens was linked with a reported move out of the club as the Swans dealt with a salary cap squeeze, but he has recommitted for a further two seasons.

Sydney has also re-signed Hayden McLean, Robbie Fox and Will Gould.

McLean for two seasons, while Fox and Gould for one further year.

The Swans still have a number of out of contract players to consider, including George Hewett, Sam Wicks, Colin O’Riordan and Sam Reid.

They recently locked in co-captain Luke Parker on a lengthy contract as well.

Sydney has also delisted first-round pick Matthew Ling, former Port forward Sam Gray, former Hawk Kaiden Brand and Malachy Carruthers.
 
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