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PostSubject: pricing advice   Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:05 am

Hi guys

I am debating whether to sell this chap and wondered if it would be worth it. He is a DN chap from the wrong season, so should not impact on the U20 at all.

How much do you think he is worth?

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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:20 am

Difficult one, usually 17 year olds around that CSR on the market are forwards so the fact he is a back with good skill distribution should increase his price. If you are going to sell, sell whilst he's still 17 as that brings a premium.

I would guess between 300k and 500k depending when you list but due to the rarity of the player it could be more if a couple of teams really want him or if he could make the US U20s squad for S18
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Sat Sep 01, 2012 6:47 am

Cheers SH

300-500 is an interesting amount. I am not sure its enough to sell him automatically though. he is only getting 5 sessions but in 2-3 seasons he will be 100+ and very decent. Unless anyone here is wanting to pay more for him he could turn out to be a stalwart
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Sun Sep 02, 2012 12:36 am

Flintoff wrote:
Cheers SH

300-500 is an interesting amount. I am not sure its enough to sell him automatically though. he is only getting 5 sessions but in 2-3 seasons he will be 100+ and very decent. Unless anyone here is wanting to pay more for him he could turn out to be a stalwart
well if he's 100K at 20yo you can get easily 1M+

then for such a guy, I agree on the price said by SH, more is overpaid, but could happen.

Also consider wisely when you sell him (day, time, starting price) could change alot of things (failed to sell an old dude 1M twice, then he goes for 1.3M Very Happy )
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:41 am

im think of selling too guys but want a few opinions on what there worth and if anyone wants them when will i put them up

zeus san antonio is the first one couldnt put him all in


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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:54 am

I'd say the 1st one if you wait for next season would go for somewhere around 1mil. The 2nd one would prob go for a bit more so somewhere around 1.5mil
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:58 am

Safe Hands wrote:
I'd say the 1st one if you wait for next season would go for somewhere around 1mil. The 2nd one would prob go for a bit more so somewhere around 1.5mil
why wait for nest season? the zec has siad he like both and would put a starting bid of 280k for the scrummie and 400k for the lock
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:01 am

seanand wrote:
Safe Hands wrote:
I'd say the 1st one if you wait for next season would go for somewhere around 1mil. The 2nd one would prob go for a bit more so somewhere around 1.5mil
why wait for nest season? the zec has siad he like both and would put a starting bid of 280k for the scrummie and 400k for the lock
Start of season rush
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:55 am

seanand wrote:
Safe Hands wrote:
I'd say the 1st one if you wait for next season would go for somewhere around 1mil. The 2nd one would prob go for a bit more so somewhere around 1.5mil
why wait for nest season? the zec has siad he like both and would put a starting bid of 280k for the scrummie and 400k for the lock

Prices are low at the moment and after the prize money is given out there will be more cash floating around. If you plan to spend the cash before the prize money is handed out then selling now might be a decent option but for me you'd get more cash either in round 16 or in rounds 1 to 4 of next season
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:22 am

Safe Hands wrote:
seanand wrote:
Safe Hands wrote:
I'd say the 1st one if you wait for next season would go for somewhere around 1mil. The 2nd one would prob go for a bit more so somewhere around 1.5mil
why wait for nest season? the zec has siad he like both and would put a starting bid of 280k for the scrummie and 400k for the lock

Prices are low at the moment and after the prize money is given out there will be more cash floating around. If you plan to spend the cash before the prize money is handed out then selling now might be a decent option but for me you'd get more cash either in round 16 or in rounds 1 to 4 of next season
im not planning on buying im just trying to get as much cash as i can was thinking of putting them up for 2 weeks starting week16
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 5:29 am

How much do ye think this guy will go for?

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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:20 am

i would say 200-500k corbally but then the tm is weird atm
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:57 am

seanand wrote:
i would say 200-500k corbally but then the tm is weird atm

I hope anything less i will be gutted affraid
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:43 am

Corbally-Man wrote:
seanand wrote:
i would say 200-500k corbally but then the tm is weird atm

I hope anything less i will be gutted affraid
anything less and hell be mine muhahahaha
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 7:23 pm

seanand wrote:
Corbally-Man wrote:
seanand wrote:
i would say 200-500k corbally but then the tm is weird atm

I hope anything less i will be gutted affraid
anything less and hell be mine muhahahaha

That's what you think Wink
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PostSubject: Re: pricing advice   Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:04 pm

muzza wrote:
seanand wrote:
Corbally-Man wrote:
seanand wrote:
i would say 200-500k corbally but then the tm is weird atm

I hope anything less i will be gutted affraid
anything less and hell be mine muhahahaha

That's what you think Wink
muzza your broke haha
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