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The Crows will not contest a three-match AFL ban for key forward Taylor Walker for his spear tackle on Richmond’s Steven Morris.
The most pleasing thing for Brisbane this year has got to be the opportunity to develop their player depth.
Carlton powerbroker and pokies king Bruce Mathieson has called for sweeping change at Visy Park, including a top-to-bottom review of every job.
Veterans Chris Tarrant and Alan Didak may face Carlton this Friday night if they train strongly over the next few days.
Banished Essendon staffer Dean Wallis has not been given his old job back as his 14-match suspension for betting on footy ends.
The privilege of wearing a club legend’s number is a driving force for Chris Mayne, who hopes to emulate the feats of its previous owner, Shane Parker.
Star player Mathew Stokes was pulled from the water at the notorious Kurrawa beach on the Gold Coast as the team’s decision to travel north early almost turned deadly.
Malcolm Blight is returning to the coaching box, taking up a role as Director of Coaching with the Gold Coast Suns.
Greater Western Sydney:
GWS have received good news on the injury front, with Luke Power and Dylan Shiel set to miss only a handful of AFL games.
Brent Guerra will miss the next three matches after accepting the three-match ban handed down by the Match Review Panel on Monday.
Forward line development coach Paul Satterley looks back on the Melbourne-listed players who played in Casey’s loss to Werribee on Saturday
Taking red-hot West Coast out of their comfort zone could be the key to keeping North Melbourne out of theirs.
Nathan van Berlo will play, Dom Cassisi maybe.
Defender Steven Morris has been rewarded for his efforts in his debut season of AFL football with a one-year contract extension, binding him to the Club at least until the end of the 2014 season.
The club’s hopes of staying in the finals hunt have copped a setback with star on-baller Brendon Goddard accepting a two-match ban.
John Longmire believes the early season loss of Adam Goodes and Shane Mumford may be a bonus for the high-flying Swans.
Explosive midfielder Daniel Kerr is poised to sign what could be the final contract of his West Coast career as early as next week.
Defender Robert Murphy is unlikely to play against Fremantle on Sunday due to a hamstring problem while Dylan Addison could miss up to a month with a fractured jaw.
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