Collingwood has made incredible claims that Adam Treloar would still play for the Magpies in 2021 if his wife hadn’t made the decision to continue her netball career in Queensland.
Treloar’s wife Kim Ravaillion is an Australian gamer who previously played for the Collingwood netball team but took the 2020 season off to give birth to the couple’s daughter, Georgie.
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She made offers to several clubs after deciding to return to the sport before signing with the Queensland Firebirds.
It wasn’t an easy phone call as it would mean getting Georgie onto the Treloar interstate, and asking Collingwood to see if her 27-year-old midfielder, who had big money through the 2025 season, wanted to follow her north.What followed was one of the more chaotic outcomes a star player from an AFL club had.
The names of Treloar and Ravaillion have been in the headlines almost daily since then, and the saga in which he was associated with the Gold Coast Suns for a while before he was sent to the Western Bulldogs only ended on the last day of the AFL Trading period.
But to make matters worse, Magpies list manager Ned Guy has claimed the club wouldn’t even have considered moving Treloar if Ravaillion hadn’t played for the Queensland Firebirds.
“We had a few conversations with Adam and (his manager) Tim (Hazell) that were originally about whether his family was going to move to Queensland and whether he wanted to, and it grew from that conversation to the idea that he’d look at another opportunity, ”Guy said to Fox Footy.
When asked directly whether Collingwood would have tried to trade Treloar if Ravaillion had decided to continue her career in Victoria, Guy said, “That was the catalyst for the discussion. We would not have looked for this discussion … it would not have developed from it, I would not have thought, no. ”
Guy’s statements – that Treloar “thought he was considering another opportunity” and the Magpies didn’t consider trading him until his family situation changed – contrast with the snippets we got from the Treloar camp have heard.
Treloars manager Tim Hazell said his customer was disappointed to “get the tap on the shoulder”.
As the last day of the trading period began and Treloar’s future was not yet assured, Herald Sun’s Jon Ralph said, “People around him say he is heartbroken.”
After the magpies sent him to the dogs along with picks 26, 33 and 42 in the draft against pick 14, Treloar’s close friend and former GWS teammate Sam Darley tweeted: “One day everything will be revealed, but everything I can say , Ads are is a lucky man to be a western bulldog but as much as it’s a business the way he was treated was embarrassing. Understand it’s a business but I hope one day it’s all told. ”
Treloar will hold a press conference at the Whitten Oval on Friday.
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