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TOPIC: Blacres

Walter the baker Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #1

Walter the baker
Blacres is having a very solid year with Carlton and played a particularly good first final last week. He’s no superstar but he gives plenty each week.
I just went back to see what we got for him when traded to Carlton. I remember being surprised by the deal but have forgotten what a lopsided result it was. We picked up Carlton’s third round pick in this years draft! Based on current positions, that will be somewhere around pick 55!
If there was a prize for best trade of 2022 (or worst, depending on which side of the trade you are on) this would have to be it.
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number 2 Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #2

number 2
We don't think you are worth more than $180k a year and we don't think you are worth more than a third round pick Blake - look outside that door mate. There's plenty of others who can take your spot on the wing.
Oh hi Liam!
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exceed Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #3

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There is no doubt the dockers get a few things right when it comes to drafting.

However, we certainly undo A lot of our good work with some absolutely disastrous trades.

Until we can get those disastrous trades to below what other footy clubs do , we will be as unsuccessful as we have been.

As the west unfortunately pointed out the other day , we are only more successful than one other club in finals wins and that was Gold Coast.
Even GWS with the short history has more finals wins.

As for The Blake acres trade , well , it is freo in spades!!!
We over think and outsmart ourselves!
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fradonjan Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #4

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Of course the Worst had a dip as well.Blake Acres: The under-the-radar trade that has come back to bite Fremantle Dockers
In his own words, Blake Acres was “not a high priority” at Fremantle.

A low-ball offer, reportedly worth only $180,000, was offered to the winger after a career-best season at the Dockers in 2022.

It prompted Acres to start looking for a third club, having started his career at St Kilda before returning west, when Carlton came knocking with a much better offer.

“Contract talks weren’t going the way I would’ve liked at Freo so I wanted to see what was out there and if there were any other potential good fits for me,” Acres said at the time.

“The conversations I had with Carlton were really positive and I felt like I could continue to grow my career there and keep building on the season I just had.”
In his own words, Blake Acres was “not a high priority” at Fremantle.

On the first day of the AFL trade period, Fremantle allowed Acres to walk in exchange for nothing more than a future third-round pick (pick 52 this year
The ink was barely dry on his three-year, $350,000 deal when attention shifted back to the high-profile acquisition of star ruck Luke Jackson from Melbourne.

There was also the noise around the controversial departures of Rory Lobb to Western Bulldogs and Griffin Logue to North Melbourne, which drowned out any conjecture about Acres’ move.

The Dockers brought in three players in Jackson, Jaeger O’Meara (Hawthorn) and Josh Corbett (Gold Coast), and lost five; Lobb, Logue, Acres and fringe players Darcy Tucker (North Melbourne) and Lloyd Meek (Hawthorn).

As a result of Lobb’s inconsistent season and Logue’s knee injury, while Tucker and Meek - as expected - aren’t regulars for their respective teams, Acres has had the best season of those to depart Fremantle in the off-season.

From 2022 to 2023, Acres improved across four key areas, according to Champion Data.
His groundball gets increased by, on average, 40 per cent, while his intercept disposals upped by 20 per cent.

He also improved his average disposals by four percent (to 23.5 per game), intercept disposals by three per cent (to 16) and his score involvements by four percent (to 4.8).

At the time, Dockers list boss David Walls said it was “unfortunate” to lose Acres but the club was “well positioned to cover his departure on the wing”.

Former first-round pick Liam Henry seamlessly filled that role but 12 months on, he too has requested to leave Fremantle, with St Kilda his destination of choice.

Meanwhile, Acres was monumental in Carlton’s elimination final victory over Sydney.

The midfielder pushed deep into defence late in the nail-biting six-point win to get fingertips on two separate shots at goals by the Swans in the last quarter.
Not only that, Acres also kicked the sealer to send the Blues to a semifinal.

He earned top coaches votes for the clash, earning nine, putting him behind only GWS’ Josh Kelly (10) and Brisbane’s Hugh McCluggage (10) in the race for the Gary Ayres Award.

Carlton predicted Acres would “add to the group straight away” having just missed out on finals in 2022.

“His experience, he’s 26, which fits our demographic of our list from an age profile,” Blues list manager Nick Austin told Trade Radio.

“Our group is really starting to mature and play footy together so he’ll come straight in. He’s a big body, he’s had nine years in the system. He knows what it takes, he’s a professional.

“We’re really comfortable with Blake’s addition and we think he’s going to help us straight away.”

Acres and Carlton will continue their finals campaign in the semifinal clash with Melbourne on Frida
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Bizkit Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #5

Bizkit
You can go back to the trade threads last year and see me screaming at how stupid the Acres deal was. Throwing him away for a useless pick and then doing similarly for Logue and Lobb who were being taken on big $$$, it was a horrible trade period. The only good thing was we landed Jackson but he was guaranteed and we paid far too much for him. It was an atrocious effort at the trade table, finished off with a dumb trade for O'Meara who wasn't needed at all.

People praise the likes of Bell for his work getting deals done but I don't see it, he failed terribly last year.
Nathan: When did you get balls?
Simon: I've always had balls you've just never seen them.
Nathan: That's the gayest thing I've ever heard.
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Noddy Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #6

Noddy
He may have failed last year, but on balance I’m not sure who else got us to the point of having the best list we’ve ever had and are likely to have for a long time. Any failure going forward won’t be Peter Bell’s fault, he’s not the coach.
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Morgan Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #7

Morgan
Does anyone praise Bell around here?

As a one-off transaction, I understand Bell not wanting to pay Acres too much. That doesn't excuse low-balling him, but you also don't want to overpay role players. It left a bit of a hole, but I honestly thought that between Noddy, Henry, Aisha and Freddy we had enough players to step into that role.

That report said Henry slotted in 'seamlessly', but he was pretty average to start the season. Noddy never really got of the starter's blocks this year, Aish is fine as a stop gap (but not when you had Hughes on the other wing), and Freddy was never really given a run there.

The problem was the number of players who walked out the door. In this case Tucker would have been a perfectly fine placeholder winger but he had been around. On the other hand, we had pretty good availability in defence, but if Pearce, Cox or Ryan had gone down for the season I reckon we would have been missing Logue.

But if you talk to any Carlton fan about Blacres they have the same reaction as Freo fans. It's real close-your-eyes stuff when he has the ball, but his gut-running goal square to goal square is valuable. Some games he looks great, and others he looks like he's going to single-handedly cost you the game. Last week it was both, and while his goals square heroics were valuable, didn't he kick it out on the full three times in the last quarter?

Still, on balance, we would have been better with him in the team. A fair bit better at the start of the season I reckon.

You know who we don't miss? Lloyd Meek. What a spud.
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Raglan Matt Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #8

Raglan Matt
Acres went reasonable in his first and last year at Freo, and his first at Carlton. Watch what happens next year when he feels comfortable in the Blues side. Then judge the trade.
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teasea Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #9

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Bell not the only one, Pav wasn’t all that impressed with Acres’ attitude - interview on SEN at the time. I didn’t like losing him and Logue, the rest I wasn’t bothered and apart from Lobb wished them well. Whatever happened to Connor Blakely?
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jezzaargh Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #10

jezzaargh
Blake is a one-armed bandit
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FD1016 Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #11

FD1016
So how little did we offer him to stay!!?
Shot ourselves in the foot…again.
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docbert Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #12

docbert
He’s been worth every cent for Carlton, could have a norm smith to his name in a couple of weeks.
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slammen Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #13

slammen
Blacres played great footy tonight, we should have payed up.

well played Blake , great win.
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freo00 Blacres 9 months 3 days ago #14

freo00
Kicked the winning goal .

The money was on Carlank tonight !
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