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 first four Irishmen’s prospects for the coming year and included
2012 could be viewed in many ways as a watershed year for the so-called “Irish Experiment” and the numerous Irish players playing with AFL clubs. With 2011 having seen the
After two long weeks, the first round of the NAB Cup has finally finished and footy fans all over have been asking themselves one question: Do we really have to
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
Sure, every team has their star. Their B&F challenger, their Brownlow medallist, the player (or players) who draw in their fans. However, there are also a lot of unheralded heroes
Mick Malthouse whiles away the long, lonely hours at home.
After going A to G, we turn our focus to the remaining nine teams to put the spotlight on a
We go through every team to put the spotlight on a key player and their fight for fitness in season
4 New Rules for NAB Cup 2012 Suggest your own in the comments.
While the ultra-professional nature of the draft now means it’s virtually impossible to not succeed on at least some level
Every spring without fail, private hospital beds across the country, and particularly in Melbourne, fill with healthy people. People not
There was a story last week in the papers featuring Dogs player Shaun Higgins where the undeniably talented ball player