(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: The Lions’ young midfielders are set to benefit from the presence of recruit BRENT MOLONEY as the group sets out to challenge the AFL’s best in
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AFTER a listless first half against Hawthorn during which they managed to score just three lonely points, the Lions got hot and started kicking goals like they were going out of style. In three halves of football the Lions kicked two supergoals and 10 goals as they efficiently dispatched the Hawks and the Suns. Also
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Gun recruit Brent Moloney says Brisbane’s young midfield brigade is ready to join the AFL’s elite
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Collingwood is set to welcome highly-respected former Adelaide recruiting manager Matthew Rendell to its scouting ranks
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Western Bulldogs: Former New York Jet and Geelong powerhouse Ben Graham has been linked with a possible move to the Western Bulldogs as an assistant coach
Football Nation’s Trade Week feature providing our readers with a complete summary of player movements and signings for every team
UPDATE: 25/10/12 – NORTH MELBOURNE is now confident of reaching a deal for Melbourne midfielder Jordan Gysberts, who may be used in a swap for Cameron Pedersen. The Demons were banking on the Brisbane Lions giving them a second round draft pick for Stefan Martin but the Lions will only pass a third round selection.
The inaugural free agency has come and gone with ten players successfully taking advantage of the system to change clubs.
Here is the breakdown of who went where and when as well as the compensation picks that were issued by the
THE inaugural AFL free agency period has now drawn to a close and we will no doubt be asking questions about what it achieved in the weeks and months to come. Adding fuel to that debate will be the compensation picks that have been awarded to clubs that suffered a net loss of players through the free
MELBOURNE’S Brent Moloney is the latest player to take advantage of the new free agency rules accepting an offer today from the Brisbane Lions on a two-year deal. The deal is subject to Moloney passing a physical which he is expected to undergo tomorrow. Moloney’s agent Bruce Kaider confirmed the news to Gillette AFL Trade
MELBOURNE midfielder Brent Moloney found some form at VFL level with 20 touches for Casey yesterday to suggest that he may earn a recall against Port Adelaide, according to Scorpions coach Brett Lovett. “I think he was solid. I think he won 10 or 12 clearances throughout the day. He won about 20 odd possessions.
AFTER the completion of the 2012 AFL season the league will be revolutionised by the introduction of free agency. For eligible players this will give them the ability to leave their current club, bypassing the draft and trade periods, and essentially pick their next employer themselves. For the AFL, this will be an unprecedented change. In the lead