How the sales pitch from Gale and Hardwick might have gone down. Hardwick: Brett, look you’re a really important part of the side, we’re desperate to keep you. Gale: Whatever
The Sydney Swans will welcome back Josh Kennedy, Ryan O’Keefe, Shane Mumford and Gary Rohan, but will be without dual Brownlow Medalist Adam Goodes for their round 2 NAB Cup
It has been a horror run for knee injuries this pre-season, and that was only after Round 1 of the NAB Cup. Some have come in-game, others before the first
Welcome to the final part in the seven-part series of 120 Years of Collingwood. Here we meet our top five players who are all champions in their own right. Any
Grinners Port Adelaide They should have really knocked off the Blues by more, and only got beaten by the last kick against the Crows. However, it wasn’t just that they
Adelaide is loving its new-found freedom under first-year coach Brenton Sanderson after it went undefeated in today’s Round 1 pool matches against Carlton and Port Adelaide. The Crows join Collingwood
Welcome to Part 6 of 120 Years of Collingwood. Today’s part reveals the lower half of the top ten players. We have 14 Premierships, 11 Copeland Trophies, eight goal-kicking awards
Match Review – Gold Coast, Brisbaine, Melbourne Three of the AFL’s youngest teams took to the field at Metricon Stadium for their first public hit out last night, and the
The first triple-header of the season began on a steaming Friday night and with temperatures up around 30⁰C, it proved
I copped some magnificent flack over the piece I wrote about the Suns last week. Called these franchises heartless; and
After what was mostly a season to forget for South Australian football fans, Sunday will give us our first glimpse
For everybody but Essendon fans, the first week of the NAB Cup fixtures were a welcome return to AFL football.
Whilst the identity of many professional sporting clubs is defined by geography, that hasn’t been relevant to Melbourne-based AFL clubs
Welcome to part five of the 120 Years of Collingwood series. Today we are looking at the some of the
With the 2012 season almost upon us, die-hard fans everywhere face one of their greatest guilty pleasures. Inner demons must
Now back to your regularly scheduled BigFooty News…
Welcome to part four of the 120 Years of Collingwood. In this part we now start to unearth some Team
Sure, every team has their star. Their B&F challenger, their Brownlow medallist, the player (or players) who draw in their
Welcome to part three of the 120 Years of Collingwood. It’s starting to get down to the best of the
Jeff Kennett, whether he likes it or not, is a gay icon. He possesses such dramatic flair with his hairstyle
Mick Malthouse whiles away the long, lonely hours at home.
BigFooty.com Thread Latest: ‘Despite speculation the site was hacked, the AFL was forced to admit this afternoon that the message
Here is part two of the series which lists the top 120 players, in this part there are premiership captains,
On February 12 1892, football changed forever. The Collingwood Football Club was formed in earnest at the Collingwood Town Hall.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsCEg_JS0EU Continuing the Pies vs The Rest theme of recent years. Like it?
The AFL last week released its annual report showing a deficit of $23.6m – its first loss in a decade