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The Age

D-Day looms for Bombers on ASADA
ESSENDON players issued with infraction notices are likely to learn their fate within a month after a timetable to resolve their case was set at the AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal. All closing submissions – from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority ...
Dons supplements saga closer to resolutionThe West Australian
Essendon players could boycott NAB Challenge games if AFL don't backdate ...Herald Sun
Essendon supplements saga: James Hird loses Federal Court appealThe Age
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Herald Sun

Mark Thompson asked by Paul Little to coach Essendon 2015 if James Hird was ...
Herald Sun
Disputing claims by Essendon that James Hird's job was not under threat late last year, Thompson has claimed Little asked in the event the club did sack Hird would he consider continuing in the senior coaching role. He had been interim coach while Hird ...
'I never said to them I would coach':

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Fox Sports

Bombers seek AFL ban reprieve
Fox Sports
Bombers chief executive Xavier Campbell and AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan will discuss the matter this week. Campbell indicated Essendon's intention to have the suspensions lifted for the pre-season games. “We appreciate there are a number of ...
Coach James Hird hopeful provisional Essendon suspensions are liftedThe Age
Business as usual for Bombers

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Essendon coach James Hird to find out his Federal Court fate on Friday
The Age
Hird broke ranks and launched his own appeal in November, angering the Bombers after they had opted to let Justice John Middleton's decision stand. Despite Middleton finding the joint 2013 investigation by the AFL and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping ...
D-day in Hird drug challengeHerald Sun

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AFL year in review: Hawthorn Hawks' heroics overshadowed by Essendon ...
The Age
Hawthorn claimed back-to-back flags but for the second year running the Hawks' on-field heroics were overshadowed by Essendon's supplements scandal. And the controversy is set to spill into early 2015 when the case before the AFL's anti-doping tribunal ...

The West Australian

Hird loses court doping appeal
The West Australian
Essendon coach James Hird has lost his second bid to have the ASADA/AFL doping probe into the club ruled illegal. Federal Court Justice Susan Kenny said there was nothing illegal in the way ASADA and the AFL carried out their joint investigation.

Herald Sun

Dyson Heppell inks new deal with Essendon Bombers, locked up until end of ...
Herald Sun
“And we certainly want to push deep into finals, as a lot of teams and other people outside the club say that Essendon are a fantastic team at their best. “We just want to be super-consistent and play at our best for most of the year.” DYSON HEPPELL.
Heppell signs five-year contract extensionABC Online
Dyson Heppell signs five-year contract extension with EssendonThe Age

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The Age

Essendon star Dyson Heppell wants Bombers to have long-term success
The Age
Essendon's Dyson Heppell says the culture of the club, and an ambition for sustained success, were the key reasons for signing a lucrative five-year deal. Heppell, who turns 23 in May, was always going to be offered an extended deal when discussions ...

Three-game Bomber a pre-season standout
ESSENDON defender Ariel Steinberg has come from the shadows to win a mini triathlon held by the Bombers on Saturday morning, underlining his determination to break into the team this year. With midfielder Dyson Heppell and forward Patrick Ambrose ...
Essendon keen to kick more goals and improve forward efficiency in 2015, says ...Herald Sun
Steinberg leads way in Bombers' triathlonThe Age

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Essendon players could boycott NAB Challenge games if AFL backdates anti ...
Herald Sun
Key ASADA evidence — including transcripts and recordings of joint interviews with Bombers players — could be ruled inadmissable. Justice Susan Kenny, who heard the appeal along with Justices Besanko and White, will read the appeal verdict at 2.15pm.

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