Luckily, Ridley was back the following week in round 7 where I, as well as so many others, expected him to continue where he left off and regain the small price-drop. However, instead, Ridley’s output of 87 was disappointing and his price fell further. “Not to worry,” I thought to myself. He’s just getting back to the rhythm of things.
Sadly, I was a little too optimistic, as in round 8 Ridley’s 84 point disappointed me further and other SuperCoach players as well, as his price also fell to a mere $488,200. A price lower than what he started the 2021 season at and a price that I’m sure other SuperCoach players without him in search for a premium discounted defender, will be licking their lips over.
Without a shred of doubt, Jordan Ridley is my biggest mistake of the 2021 AFL SuperCoach season. But I’m far too deep into this investment to get out now. I may as well hold and hope that the long-term game prevails and Ridley can get back to the form that made him worth a price tag of almost $615,000 in round 4.
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