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ABC Online

James Hird wants Mark Thompson to stay at Essendon Bombers
ABC Online
Essendon coach James Hird is still hopeful Mark Thompson will stay at the AFL club. Thompson, who coached the Bombers during Hird's 12-month suspension, and Essendon remain in negotiations about his future. Thompson and Hird have been on ...
Hird says he wants Bomber Thompson to stay at EssendonThe Australian
James Hird trumpets Mark Harvey's loyalty to Essendon as coaching keyThe Age
Harvey rapt to be back at his AFL homeThe West Australian
AFL.com.au -3AW (blog) -ninemsn
all 55 news articles »

The Age

AFL fixture 2015: Essendon bombs out on Friday nights
The Age
By not having the Bombers on a Friday night through the opening six rounds, the AFL may potentially have eased the fall-out which could eventuate if the team is weakened through anti-doping breaches. There are about 18 players still at Essendon facing ...
2015 AFL fixture: See all your club's matches here and have your sayHerald Sun
AFL drops dodgy timeslotsSBS
AFL FIXTURE: Weekend day clashes increasedMonash Weekly
Docklands News
all 82 news articles »

The Age

Essendon coach James Hird denies Bombers' recruiting strategy neglects team's ...
The Age
Despite recruiting three players who will each be at least 27 by the time the 2015 season begins, Essendon still has an eye firmly on the future, according to coach James Hird. The Bombers welcomed Adam Cooney, Jonathan Giles and James Gwilt from the ...
Adam Cooney unfazed by Essendon imbroglio as he dons the jerseyThe Australian
Cooney unfazed by Bombers supplements saganinemsn

all 10 news articles »

Herald Sun

Star witness in Essendon doping case Shane Charter faces drug-related charges
Herald Sun
Charter has emails and text messages which ASADA is using in its circumstantial case that the Bombers used Thymosin beta 4 in 2012. His case is due for mention in the Magistrates' Court next Monday. The Essendon case could be heard by an AFL tribunal ...
Essendon case one of the most complex in the world, says ASADAThe North West Star

all 26 news articles »

The Age

Hird could launch contempt-of-court action against Bombers
The Age
UPDATE: James Hird could threaten Essendon with a contempt of court action should the Bombers use his Federal Court appeal as the basis for his sacking. Hird's future as coach could be decided as early as Monday when the Essendon board meets to ...
Jason Winderlich will never play for Essendon again, hoping to continue career ...Herald Sun
Essendon describes Port Adelaide's offer for Patrick Ryder as 'a bag of peanuts'ABC Online
Win for James Hird as Essendon board back down in ASADA stoushThe Australian
TripleM Sydney -Yahoo!7 News -Port Adelaide
all 164 news articles »

The West Australian

Bombers leap from frying pan, beware fire
The Age
The Essendon players say they are expediting the hearing of their cases because they desperately want to remove the weight and the stigma they have carried for 21 months. It is just as likely that it is because their expensively gathered legal advice ...
ASADA rejects AFL players' requestThe West Australian
AFLPA confirm Bombers won't respond to ASADA 0:40Herald Sun
Essendon players want doping charges hearing expeditedThe Australian
The New Daily -Yahoo!7 News
all 62 news articles »

Herald Sun

Essendon appoints triple Bombers premiership player Mark Harvey as assistant ...
Herald Sun
But a deal could not be reached, so the Bombers delisted the 26-year-old, who has played 65 games in five seasons, with only eight this year. Sean Gregory and Johnny Rayner were also told they would not be receiving new contracts. Essendon's general ...
Kyle Hardingham one of three cuts at EssendonThe Age
Essendon: Hird will coach Bombers next yearThe Roar
Hardingham among three axed by the BombersAFL.com.au
TripleM Sydney -Rippa.com -fanatix
all 38 news articles »

The West Australian

Essendon coach James Hird leaves is Toorak home yesterday. Picture: Nicole ...
The Australian
THE Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority has resumed its pursuit of 34 current and former Essendon footballers for the suspected use of a banned peptide amid mounting calls for a broad inquiry into its performance, governance and investigative ...
ASADA issues amended show-cause noticesThe West Australian
ASADA issues Essendon players with fresh show-cause noticesHerald Sun
ASADA issues 12000 pages of evidence against 34 Essendon playersThe Age
Yahoo!7 News -The Guardian
all 106 news articles »

Herald Sun

James Gwilt to join Essendon as delisted free agent as Bombers look for ...
Herald Sun
Connors said there was no chance of Ryder staying at Essendon, warning if he didn't end up at Alberton he could be lost to football. The Bombers are chasing a replacement ruckman although the Giants are expected to happily send Jon Giles to Adelaide as ...
Bombers confirm signing of ex-Saint defenderAFL.com.au
Essendon, Port Adelaide to keep talking on Paddy RyderThe Age
Essendon recruits discarded St Kilda defender James GwiltABC Online
Sportal.com.au (press release) -fanatix
all 36 news articles »

Herald Sun

Mark Thompson to meet key Essendon figures to determine 2015 club involvement
Herald Sun
COONEY HARBOURS BIG BOMBER AMBITIONS. Essendon has been left in the dark by Thompson since he announced his reluctance to step down from the senior coaching position at the Bombers' best and fairest night. In a move that is believed to have ...
Paddy Ryder could be the first Bomber to strike a deal with ASADAThe Age
October 18, 2014, 11:19 amThe West Australian

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