The finals are upon us, and the Wolf and Crawf go through all you need to know heading into week 1. Huge news as the Wolf has declared that Paul Chapman is likely to be a late withdrawal due to a thigh injury for the game against the Eagles! Wolf goes over what to do if you have Buddy Franklin, and gives you advice on who you need to draft in if Chappie was in your plans. Wolf goes over some really good buys in the ruck, up forward, and in the defence. There are still some great bargains out there that will stand up come finals, and the Wolf is all over these. No money to upgrade to Beams, Nic Nat, Cox or Ablett? Don't worry - the Wolf has you covered. Also, Wolfie's Wagers gets its usual run, and there is value again this weekend.
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Crawf goes through the ins and outs of SuperCoach relevance ahead of Round 18; Wolf joins us via the phone and goes through the best defenders, and mentions Jack Grimes in particular; plenty of midfielders, with Wolf declaring Sam Mitchell a certainty and Craw plumping for Shane Tuck; the ruck is where the problems have been, and Wolf has the inside running of what you need to do; plenty of forwards to choose from as well; and Wolf and Crawf are excited about one rookie in particular ahead of Round 18 (31 minutes).
The Wolf is back in the studio and joins Crawf for a huge 45 minute edition this week. Wolf is up and about over the Kangaroos, and Crawf gives Wolf some stats on his performance from last Friday night; Wolf alienates Carlton supporters with his assessment of Marc Murphy, then in an about-face backs Murphy in as a lock number 6 midfielder; the defence gets a going-over, with Carrazzo, Scotland and Yarran also closely scrutinised; the midfield battle looms as another good done this year and the Wolf gives us his views on why Scott Thompson from the Crows is a must get at any cost; the rucks are again a source of frustration and Wolf continues to promote Jon Grffin, while Craw talks up a forgotten Swan and why it makes sense to hold off on trading him in just yet; and the forward line picks are also discussed, with one pick standing out over the others. Plus Wolf is all over his Wolfie's Wagers this weekend, and there is a diamond in the rough that you need to get on immediately. All that and more in the preview to Round 17 (45 mins).
The Wolf and Crawf go through a pivotal Round 16. Crawf takes you through the best defenders including what to do with some spare cash; Wolf analyses Chris Judd and Gary Ablett, and the boys talk about Ablett's likely score against the Tigers this weekend; the rucks are reviewied and Wolf continues his love for Griffen and Big Boy McEvoy; and find out which forward is the buy of the week. Wolfie's Wagers is discussed in detail, and Wolf takes you through his likely bets for Round 16 (25 mins).
Thanks to Croc Media, Crawf joins Tony Leonard and Terry Wallace on Sports Day Victoria through the Ace Radio Network. Crawf and Terry are again up and about ahead of Round 15. Terry poses the question about trading Goddard, Martin and Walker who are all out suspended, and Crawf talks upgrades in defence, including one bargain that is owned by only 9% of AFL coaches. Tune in to find out!
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The Wolf decided to front, via the phone, for a really vital Round 15 podcast. Wolf talks defensive upgrades to target, including the debate around whether Andrew Carrazzo is better value than Chris Newman; the Wolf gives BlueBloods a touch-up over Sam Fisher; do you get Shane Tuck into your midfield or is Scott Thompson better value? The Wolf tells it like it is; there is some great value in the forward line and through the ruck, and the Wolf goes over the best of the best ahead of Round 15; and the rookies are also analysed, with the Tigers attracting some interest. Sam Gibson is also worth a really good look. Finally, Wolf spruiks Wolfie's Wagers, which returned to the money last week, and Wolf goes over his bets (and bad analogies) ahead of a huge weekend of AFL action (29 mins).
The Wolf is back, and Crawf has him under the hammer ahead of Round 14. The Wolf goes through his defenders to keep an eye on - do you grab Waters, Enright and Carrazzo (among others) for this round? Wolf also has some crucial advice on the Marty Clark situation thrown in, so listen up! The midfield best buys also get a run, and Crawf brings up some good points of difference, and Wolf states the case for Ablett; "Don't touch Mumford just yet", says the Wolf; and is Chris Newman worth the punt? Dayne Zorko is scrutinised as well. Wolfie's Wagers finishes off a good weekend of punting options. (30 mins 20 secs)
Thanks to Croc Media, Crawf joins Tony Leonard and Terry Wallace on Sports Day Victoria through the Ace Radio Network. After the bye, both Crawf and Terry are up and about and talk speculative purchases for the round ahead, how many trades you should have left, and whether you should look at shedding an excess ruckman.
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Round 12 - 14th June 2012
The Wolf is back! With a partial lock out and a 3 trade weekend, it is a huge SuperCoach weekend coming up. Wolf takes you through week 1 of the 3 week bye period, and the analysis you need to do if you are looking to trade, key upgrade targets and why ahead of this round, and players you should leave alone for another week; got Sandilands? Wolf and Crawf go over the best trades to cover him; Wolf talks captains, and locks in three great potential choices; and Wolfie's Wagers is on the agenda heading into the Eagles and the Blues at Subiaco (40 mins).