‘Less is more’. It’s such a well-known proverb. Whether you’re writing an article, designing a website, or hosting a wedding reception, content seems more efficient when it’s produced succinctly. Now the AFL must employ the same approach to its home-and-away season structure.
Attending an AFL match at Patersons Stadium as a supporter of a visiting team is an intimidating experience. When either the Dockers or Eagles steal momentum from your team, you feel helpless.
Forget tanking. Forget State of Origin’s possible return. Forget on-field vilification. The Port Adelaide Football Club is a mess. And its rectification needs the highest priority.
The inaugural Q-Clash in Round 7 this season was a cracking contest, filled with a plethora of spectacular marks and goals. Expect more of the same when Brisbane and Gold Coast play for bragging rights at the Gabba tonight. Join us from 7.00pm AEST for a live blog.
It’s Round 11. Richmond is hoping to play finals for the first time in nine years and sits half a game outside the top eight. Disaster strikes. First-choice ruckman Angus Graham goes down with a season-ending knee injury. He joins fellow ruckman Andrew Browne on the Tigers’ injury list.
He’s a charismatic media personality, a wonderful ambassador for the game and an insightful footy analyst. But above all, Garry Lyon is a legend of the Melbourne Football Club. And it desperately needs him back – now.