Sport Beveridge explains Bulldogs' decision to trade Stringer

01:36  14 september  2017
01:36  14 september  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge has broken his silence on the shock decision to trade away boom forward Jake Stringer .

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  Beveridge explains Bulldogs' decision to trade Stringer © Sporting News Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge has broken his silence on the shock decision to trade away boom forward Jake Stringer.

The news the Dogs were considering offloading one of their stars sent shockwaves through the AFL world last week and even came as a surprise to some of his teammates.

But Beveridge has confirmed speculation the 2016 premiers are actively seeking a trade deal that is in the best interests of both player and club.

“Jake’s management and the club got together and both agreed we’d explore alternatives to him playing at the club and explore what’s right for his long-term future and the club’s,’’ Beveridge told the Herald Sun.

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“It’s as simple as that ... I’m not going into details.”

The former All-Australian managed 24 goals in 16 games and averaged a touch over 12 disposals per outing.

Stringer’s issues were not confined to his modest onfield performances, with concerns over his commitment to training and injury rehabilitation also a cause of increasing tensions with Beveridge.

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Should the Western Bulldogs trade Jake Stringer ? “I’m a huge fan of Luke Beveridge . Stringer ’s teammate Mitch Wallis says he has some tough decisions to make over coming weeks and has not denied there has been some disconnect between the premiership forward and the club.

Bulldogs players after losing their round 21 match against the Greater Western Sydney Giants.© Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Bulldogs players after losing their round 21 match against the Greater Western Sydney Giants. Essendon are the current front runners to snare the 23-year-old’s signature, with Geelong also reportedly in the hunt.

While Beveridge confirmed the Bulldogs are prepared to make a trade, he made it clear Stringer could still remain at the club in 2018 if a fair deal can’t be reached.

“Ultimately, he’s still a contracted player,” Beveridge, who insists the relationship is not ‘irretrievable’, said.

“We’re not going to just say, ‘Here you go, you can have Jake Stringer’.

“We’ve said to him, you’re going to play here mate if no one is going to treat you with the respect you should have as far as what you have achieved, because we need to do what’s right for the club as much as you as well.

“We’ll try to work it out together.”

Stringer was taken by the Dogs with the fifth pick of the 2012 National Draft and has played 89 games with the club, including the 2016 grand final.

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