The Western Bulldogs have decided against using the AFL’s new father-son bidding system to bring in potential recruit Darcy MacPherson.
MacPherson is the son of 188-game Bulldog Stephen MacPherson and has been a member of the club’s father-son academy.
The Dogs announced via their website on Tuesday that they would not be seeking to add the 174cm Northern Knights onballer through the father-son scheme but will still consider selecting him if he is available in the draft.
As Victorian clubs play their last games in the state for the foreseeable future, Dogs coach Luke Beveridge wants to the AFL to open hubs to players’ families. Beveridge says players’ mental welfare should be at the forefront of AFL decision-making when it comes to making calls on which family members can join them in […]
Despite a 50-50 result in their ten home-and-away meetings to date, a 50-50 result in their two finals contests and a 50-50 result in their last two meetings, the Giants are short-priced favourites for this Round 3 Friday night fixture.