Make us your home page.

/ : [Ctrl] [D]
: [Ctrl] [T]

News from Google News

More Footy News:
Google | AFL | Realfooty | ABC | Fox Sports | NineMSN | Sportal | Essendon Club News

Sydney Morning Herald

Essendon Bombers players could face 12-month bans following Federal Court ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Any hope that Essendon players would receive the same deal, or even better, than the month sanctions given to past and present Cronulla players evaporated on Friday when Justice John Middleton handed down his judgment in the Federal Court.
Finally, D-day for the Essendon BombersThe Australian
Federal Court decides ASADA/AFL investigation into Essendon was lawful ...Herald Sun
Bombers to consider appeal after Federal Court finding on ASADA probeThe Age -ABC Online -fanatix
all 152 news articles »

The Age

Essendon plays hard ball on Paddy Ryder trade
Herald Sun
But the Bombers have scoffed at suggestions they could be forced to accept a second-round draft pick or fringe player in exchange for Ryder, claiming it is grossly disproportionate to his career-best performance this year. The quality of this year's ...
Essendon players ready to listen to ASADA deal offersThe Age
Essendon coach James Hird must go, says former Collingwood captain and ...ABC Online
Brisbane denies it will use first draft pick in trade to gain services of ...Courier Mail
TripleM Sydney
all 31 news articles »

Former WADA boss John Fahey believes Essendon Bombers players may serve ...
The Age
Former World Anti-Doping Agency boss John Fahey believes the likelihood of Essendon footballers serving longer suspensions for banned drug use has increased due to "certain people with big egos and fat wallets". While the former NSW premier, who left ...

Essendon Bombers lose bid to clip ASADA
The Australian
In a vindication of ASADA's decision to conduct a joint investigation with the AFL into the club's 2012 supplement regime and provide an “interim'' report to the league to take disciplinary action against Essendon, Hird and other club officials, judge ...

The Age

Essendon's Brendon Goddard calls rival AFL clubs unethical
The Age
Prominent player agent Peter Jess says clubs should do anything in their power to tempt the best players to join them, as Essendon star Brendon Goddard branded the approaches to top Bombers as "unethical". Jess, a player manager for more than 30 years, ...
Essendon are adamant Paddy Ryder would only leave the club if it were ...Herald Sun
Bomber says he's likely to stay at
Bomber Thompson to step into strategic role at EssendonThe Australian
ABC Online
all 66 news articles »

The Age

ASADA case against Essendon Bombers at risk of collapse
The Australian
The Australian has confirmed there are two key pieces of evidence common to every current and former Essendon player accused of taking a banned peptide during the 2012 season: all 34 signed consent forms to be administered with a Thymosin peptide ...
Dons would have missed finalsThe Age
Essendon board rejects AFL 'soft bans' deal for players over supplements probeHerald Sun
Hird wants Thompson to stay at BombersSydney Morning Herald
all 62 news articles »

Paddy Ryder's exit from Essendon Bombers a one-off or part of stampede?
The Australian
IT seems almost unfair to talk about it. As if the Essendon players have not had two years of their footy lives ravaged to the point of ruin by the ASADA inquiry. Now, just days away from a finals game of which the Bombers were deprived last year ...
Essendon players told by ASADA that drugs could harm unborn babiesHerald Sun
Essendon coach Mark Thompson says Paddy Ryder's future is 'Hirdy's problem'The Age
Thompson Not Distracted By RyderTripleM Sydney -The Australian Financial Review
all 80 news articles »

Eddie: Ryder Move Would Have Huge Ramifications
TripleM Sydney
Ryder, who still has two years to run on his contract with Essendon, reportedly met with Brisbane Lions officials in Queensland on Tuesday for a barbecue. The much-improved ruckman is seriously considering leaving the Bombers due to the club breaching ...

The Age

Bombers face a tough fight to appeal, say lawyers
The Age
Essendon and James Hird could face an almost impossible task to successfully appeal their decisive loss in the Federal Court, lawyers claim. The Bombers and Hird are weighing up whether to challenge Justice John Middleton's decision that the joint ...

Neil Balme would be amazed if Paddy Ryder departs Essendon for Brisbane Lions
Herald Sun
Ryder is considering a lucrative move north to the Brisbane Lions due to the impact the supplement scandal has had on his family. Balme said Ryder's form on the field would suggest he is happy at Essendon. But the Cats' veteran footy manager said the ...

and more »

Discussion @

Bombers Board

Aussie Rules Boards

Bombers Directory

Player Sponsorship

Talk to the BigFooty Bombers Board moderators if you are interested in chipping in to sponsor a player in 2007.

Bombers Membership

Support the Bombers in 2014 - get your membership today! News

Copyright © 2014 Big Interest Group LLC

For Nan.