Hawthorn left-footer Xavier Ellis is falling out of the frame for a trade to Adelaide in the impending Jack Gunston deal.
While Brendan Fevola is technically still a Brisbane player, the Lions do not expect to reap any benefit as the wheeling and dealing
continues at AFL Trade Week.
Marty Clarke has revealed that a heart-to-heart with incoming coach Nathan Buckley in June paved the way for his AFL return.
The club has no interest in recruiting St Kilda pair Farren Ray and Brett Peake despite speculation the Saints will have to off-load players due to salary cap constraints.
Club hard nut Paul Chapman recounts the turning point in the Cats’ fortunes, both as a football club and as a culture.
Greater Western Sydney:
The complex GWS deal to snare Jaeger O’Meara has been rejected by the AFL.
Departing Adelaide youngster Jack Gunston has been given virtual assurance he will continue his blossoming career with Hawthorn.
Yesterday the Demons participated in the opening of Asia’s first purpose built AFL ground in Melbourne’s Chinese sister city, Tianjin.
The Kangaroos have dismissed reports that they are interested in St Kilda’s Jason Gram.
The Power is moving on from contracted Fremantle ruckman Jon Griffin, and is now working on using a third club to seal a “come-home” trade for West Coast midfielder Brad Ebert.
With Steven Morris’ arrival at Richmond on the first day of the 2011 trade period, Tony Greenberg takes a look at the Tiger life and times of the 22-year-old’s father, Kevin Morris.
Just weeks after being appointed caretaker coach following Ross Lyon’s shock departure, club legend Robert Harvey may now turn his back on the club after failing to make the Saints’ senior coaching shortlist.
The opening match of the 2012 season is expected to be the inaugural Sydney derby between the Swans and GWS at ANZ Stadium, which could be played a week prior to the other round one games.
West Coast are still in the frame of snatch Brisbane tall Mitch Clark from under the noses of Fremantle, according to a report today.
The Bulldogs have posted the video of CEO Simon Garlick’s address to attendees at the 2011 Charles Sutton Medal.