Ben Rutten has brushed off the prophets of doom, personally as Adelaide’s full back.
Triple-premiership player Chris Johnson says the current Lions players are letting down the AFL club’s coach Michael Voss.
Brett Ratten says alarm bells are ringing over the ease with which St Kilda pierced the Blues’ defence on Monday night.
Midfielder Sharrod Wellingham admits the AFL grand final loss will be a spur for Friday night’s blockbuster against Geelong.
Midfield gun Brent Stanton has set out after Sydney tough nut Josh Kennedy for an early Brownlow Medal lead.
Former Fremantle hard man Troy Cook has compared the Dockers to Sydney’s 2005 premiership team and urged supporters to accept the unfashionable playing style which has given them one of their best starts to a season.
James Kelly, who plays his 200th game against Collingwood Cats on Friday night, has today staunchly defended coach Chris Scott.
Queenslander Alex Sexton will make his much-anticipated AFL debut for the Gold Coast Suns on Saturday in Darwin.
Greater Western Sydney:
Stephen Coniglio is GWS’s third Rising Star nomination for the season, as the AFL newcomers chase Essendon and Fremantle’s record of five nominees.
Hawks superstar Lance Franklin has admitted he has been frustrated by the inaccuracy in front of goal which has plagued him through the early part of the season.
Coach Mark Neeld said he was “positive” Jack Watts would become a long-term player for the club.
The Kangaroos have re-signed Aaron Black for the next two years, confident that the exciting tall forward can become a key part of its attack.
Club legend Gavin Wanganeen has urged the Power to trade its way out of trouble by adding more experience to its list in October.
Jack Riewoldt is playing at an ”acceptable” standard, with the key forward yet to put on his ”kicking boots” this season, Richmond coach Damien Hardwick says.
Carlton defender Lachie Henderson has declared St Kilda a genuine premiership contender after the revitalised Saints pressured and tackled his own side into submission last night.
Four quarters of consistent football is what Swans big man Mike Pyke is aiming for this season.
West Coast fans are used to seeing tough on-baller Daniel Kerr physically worse for wear after games – but not quite like this.
The Bulldogs will be without star midfielder Adam Cooney for another week after he was ruled out of Saturday night’s match against Gold Coast in Darwin.
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