From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Dayne Beams’ one-word response said plenty.
Veteran onballer Brock McLean has blasted Carlton over the lead-up to his AFL delisting.
AFLPA chief executive Paul Marsh had announced on Thursday morning that there would be no response to ASADA’s show cause notices.
The Essendon players facing potential anti-doping charges want to go before an AFL tribunal as soon as possible.
How many people really know what went on at Essendon through the supplements saga? Millions, apparently!
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Melbourne have delisted Sam Blease and James Strauss after they failed to make an impact in the AFL this season.
Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley remains bullish about his team, warning the Magpies’ return to AFL power can come quicker than expected.
Senior Essendon official Neil Craig is adamant that James Hird will be their AFL senior coach next season.
Essendon great Mark Harvey will return to the AFL club as an assistant coach, completing their match-day staff under James Hird.
The fixtures for Round 1 of the 2015 AFL season have been released, with the round set to span from Thursday April 2 to Monday April 6.
Michael Voss’ dreams of becoming an AFL premiership coach are on hold while Ken Hinkley tries to realise his.
The AFL career of Josh Simpson could be over after the troubled midfielder was delisted by Fremantle on Tuesday.
The “Paddle Pop Lion” guernsey design has been ditched by a new-look Brisbane – but the AFL club is not presuming they finally have all their troubles licked.
GWS coach Leon Cameron has sympathised with cross-town rivals Sydney over the trade ban thrust on them by the AFL.
ASADA has issued amended show-cause notices to the 34 players embroiled in AFL club Essendon’s supplements saga.
Most seasons in the AFL’s trade period, there are some big names that are traded to other clubs. But this year there has been more than ever.
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It’s late October and I’m still thinking about footy. It’s tragic, but let’s face it – so are you.
Being top dog is never easy. The climb to the top is steep and protracted, so when you finally arrive, there is a tendency to relax, become complacent, and forget that tenacity, hard work and dedication got you there in the first place.
After taking a breath and letting the overly lengthy draft period wash over me, I want to have a closer look at the drawn-out, five-club ‘mega-deal’ completed to get Dayne Beams to his desired destination.
With the AFL’s 2014 Trade and Free Agency period done and dusted, I’ve put together my report cards for each of the eighteen clubs.
Welcome to the new AFL, in which players hold all the power and coaches are merely pawns in the players’ games.
We know who won the flag and the Norm Smith, but that doesn’t mean there are no more winners in the AFL until first bounce next year. Here are some of the big winners of the off season, along with some honourable mentions.
The 2014 AFL Trade and Free Agency period reached a climax yesterday with a string of big name trades being finalised. Today is the last opportunity for clubs to make their moves, up until the deadline of 2:00pm (AEDT).
Collingwood’s Dayne Beams has finally flown the coop, leaving the Magpie nest and flying north to join his brother Clay at the Lions.
The 2014 AFL Trade and Free Agency period was set on fire on Wednesday, with six trades completed and a number of big names crossing clubs, including Dayne Beams, Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd.
Fremantle’s patient approach to the silly season may leave a few holes unplugged as the end to the 2014 AFL Trade Period looms without a single deal done.
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The AFL Commission’s decision to ban the Sydney Swans from trading players until 2017 shows the game’s administrators are completely out of touch with the state of the game in non-traditional AFL states.
The 2014 AFL Trade and Free Agency period is expected to take off today, with the expected movement of Dayne Beams to the Brisbane Lions early in the morning likely to set off a cascade of further trades as clubs scramble to get their work done before the 2pm Thursday deadline.
The 2014 AFL Trade and Free Agency period has taken yet another unexpected twist today as 2013′s no 1 draft pick Tom Boyd has requested a trade to the Western Bulldogs after just nine games and eight goals in a single year at Greater Western Sydney.
Tuesday seemed to be the start of a new era down at Whitten Oval with the Western Bulldogs unveiling their new logo and launching their 2015 campaign #BeMoreBulldog.
As we all know it’s trade season in the AFL. So far this season big names such as Paddy Ryder, Patrick Dangerfield, Dayne Beams and Jonathon Griffen have been bandied about with no apparent respect for contracts.
What exactly is James Frawley being paid now, and how does that compare to other defenders and other players in the competition?
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