A bounce, a boost, whatever you want to call it …. it is commonly believed that teams immediately improve after changing coaches before the end of a season. In a
Tony Shaw isn’t the brightest bulb in the illustrious display that is the footy media. Any man comprehensively outsmarted by a tree is unlikely to be asked to give a
This article concludes our two-part analysis of all the Irish players in the AFL in 2012. Part 1 previewed the
2012 could be viewed in many ways as a watershed year for the so-called “Irish Experiment” and the numerous Irish
After two long weeks, the first round of the NAB Cup has finally finished and footy fans all over have
It has been a horror run for knee injuries this pre-season, and that was only after Round 1 of the
Sure, every team has their star. Their B&F challenger, their Brownlow medallist, the player (or players) who draw in their
Mick Malthouse whiles away the long, lonely hours at home.