Thanks for the input mate! On the contrary, what would your team look like?What is critical for mine when reviewing any team is assessing the amount of risk you are willing to take.
There is low level, medium level and high level. To break it down for you, here is how I see the 3 categories:
Low level - Generally players who are being talked about or hyped up to play FG. Tend to be nuffies, and more often then not, end up getting game time (Players in this space include Niu, Averillo etc)
Medium level - Quite often players joining new clubs and their use by a new coach is unknown, Players who have "hype" that do not always equate into stats. Think Hetherington, AFB, Tino.
High level - Players with consistent injuries (but whose price can trap you into thinking its good value). Moylan.
I think your team is a bit top heavy in this space- you've got Moylan (plethora of soft tissue injuries), Schuster (vying for a spot with Foran and Cust and you would think he is at the bottom of that pecking order), Hetherington (whose minutes will increase, but he isn't a SC or Tolman-like prop.. he is just another Napa-type). Saab and Dylan Walker are "wait and sees", given the plethora of backline options at Manly. Turbo going down probably has this in your favour (for now).
I also think you are too light in your hookers. I'd go with one of them, and then get a gun for the other. Nikora I am expecting to drop off with SJ feeding him for a good portion of the season. You could probably save some money there.
Just some thoughts I had.
Also a lot of the “wait and sees” are subject to change on TLT.
If Moylan stays fit (big if I know) I think he makes good early dough at 5/8. I wouldn’t run him after SJ gets back. And if shuster doesn’t make the cut I’ll drop him and put Moylan at 5/8 and look at bringing in someone like Tex hoy to fullback or isaako.
As for the hookers I know running 2 cheapies is risky, but with Watson named at 13 and Liddle almost guaranteed the 9 at tigers I think they can both average 50 at a reduced price.