The Crows will decide whether to challenge the two-match suspension which threatens to rock its AFL season.
Angry Brisbane chairman Angus Johnson has questioned the commitment of some Lions players and declared that heads will roll if the team
do not turn around their fortunes in 2012.
Courageous defender Jeremy Laidler has begun his road to recovery, after having knee surgery three weeks ago.
Nathan Brown and Collingwood finally received some good news on the injury front, with the key defender set to miss just two to four
weeks with a left medial ligament strain.
Bombers coach James Hird wants Crows midfielder Patrick Dangerfield.
Clancee Pearce vowed to “bash the door down” after being given a second chance by Fremantle.
In what is shaping as a remarkably even AFL season, Geelong coach Chris Scott believes the Cats have the capacity to buck history if
required and win the premiership from outside the top four.
A defiant Guy McKenna remains convinced he is the right man to take the Gold Coast Suns beyond this year.
Greater Western Sydney:
Comparisons between the AFL’s two expansion sides are fraught with danger, but the early signs are Greater Western Sydney have gotten a
lot more right.
Utility Shaun Burgoyne has defended his star teammate Lance Franklin, describing him as a “one-off” who will fix his goalkicking
Jack Watts appeared to be a much happier figure after an impressive 25-possession game for the Casey Scorpions yesterday.
Ruckman Hamish McIntosh is likely to only miss a week after being subbed off against the Western Bulldogs.
Port Adelaide players feel responsible for the plight of embattled coach Matthew Primus, according to Power captain Domenic Cassisi.
Beating the team it wants to be was perhaps Richmond’s greatest prize from itsr 29-point AFL win over Sydney at the MCG today.
The club is quietly eyeing a return to Moorabbin. In a move certain to be embraced by players, coaches and supporters, the club has begun
talks with the City of Kingston that could lead to the club splitting its training time between its old home and the Linen House Centre
Co-captain Jarrad McVeigh is not sure why it is happening but he knows the recent spate of slow starts from his team must stop now, or
the benefits of their 5-0 start to the season will be wasted.
Midfielder Matt Rosa says the West Coast Eagles can’t use injuries as an excuse for their 10-goal loss to Essendon on Saturday because
they’ve beaten teams with a host of stars absent in previous weeks.
Club legend Doug Hawkins believes Ryan Griffen is now comfortably among the AFL’s elite midfielders, and could become a Western Bulldogs
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