Won 16 Lost 5, 140.98% Position: Premiers The Sydney Swans were unexpected winners, and underrated by almost everyone in the AFL except themselves in claiming the 2012 premiership. The club
Ladder position: 11th Win/loss: 11 wins, 11 losses, 100.05% Season More so than any in living memory, Essendon’s 2012 was a season of two halves. The Bombers were the talk
With the demons of Fevola buried, the Brisbane Lions are showing signs of life once again. Ladder Position: 13th Win-Loss and Percentage: 10-12, 91.01% The Season In a season that surpassed
Ladder Position and Percentage: 15th – 5 wins, 17 losses, 67.01% 2011 Finish: 10th – 9 wins, 13 losses, 95.59% After three consecutive years around the highest point of the ladder, the
It couldn’t get much worse for Melbourne in 2012. The death of Jim Stynes, the Aaron Davey-Mark Neeld-Jason Mifsud racism scandal, EnergyWatch, the Liam Jurrah issues as well as a
It’s been a tough ride for Guy McKenna and Gold Coast in 2012. Questions have swirled about McKenna’s coaching ability and questions about a contract renewal. There have been both
Before the start of the 2012 season, this writer tipped that Greater Western Sydney would go winless. A bunch of near-retired players, a few younger uncontracted players, and then kids?
After round 12, all 18 clubs in the competition will have played at least 11 games of footy, marking the midway point of the year. This is the perfect opportunity