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Demetriou to leave proud of his legacy

4 Mar 2014

Andrew Demetriou is proud of the AFL’s transformation under his watch and insistent his legacy should not be tarnished by the Essendon supplements scandal. He will step aside as AFL chief executive at the end of the 2014 season, with current deputy Gillon McLachlan the early favourite to fill some of the biggest shoes in […]

Five goals for Westhoff in Port win

26 Feb 2014

Justin Westhoff got Port Adelaide going with a rare double goal and finished with a game-high five majors as the Power beat Essendon by 25 points in their AFL pre-season match at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night. But the news was nowhere near as good for fellow Port key forward Jay Schulz, who was subbed […]

Dogs, Saints coaches see some positives

Dogs, Saints coaches see some positives

21 Feb 2014

Rival coaches Brendan McCartney and Alan Richardson both saw quite a lot to like, mixed with one dreadful quarter apiece, from their teams’ NAB Challenge clash at a rain-sodden Simonds Stadium. In a match delayed by half an hour and played over shortened quarters following a torrential pre-match downpour on Wednesday night, the Western Bulldogs […]

Star Cats duo will be missed: Scott

20 Feb 2014

Two top-eight finishes in the best and fairest award last year. A combined 67 goals from 45 games in 2013 and highlights reels the envy of just about every other player in the competition. It’s stating the bleeding obvious to say that Geelong will miss injured pair Allen Christensen and Steven Motlop when the AFL […]

Narrow win for Victory in ACL qualifier

16 Feb 2014

Melbourne Victory did it the hard way before scraping past Thai team Muangthong United and into the group stage of the Asian Champions League with a 2-1 win at Kardinia Park on Saturday night. The Victory went behind to a bizarre goal scored directly from a corner, had skipper Mark Milligan’s penalty saved on the […]

Muscat insulted by Thai club accusation

15 Feb 2014

Coach Kevin Muscat is insulted that Melbourne Victory have been accused of engaging in a dirty tricks campaign by their Asian Champions League opponents from Thailand. Muangthong United’s English coach Scott Cooper initially claimed he was leaving the club after Saturday night’s one-off playoff tie against the Victory in Geelong, only to perform a complete […]

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