(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Richmond ruckman Ivan Maric has made a promising recovery from an ankle injury and is considered a chance to face Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on Saturday
Posts Tagged ‘Brenton Sanderson’
THE Adelaide Crows have taken to Twitter to reveal that promising youngster Brad Crouch will miss at least two games after straining a hamstring at training this afternoon. “Unfortunately, we lost Brad Crouch today to a hamstring injury at training. We won’t know until he has scans but it doesn’t look too bad” read the
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Decorated Brisbane champion SIMON BLACK is set for his highly anticipated comeback in what could be his final AFL season
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: JACK ZIEBELL admits North Melbourne needs to make major improvements in its use of the football if it’s going to be competitive against Geelong.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Melbourne co-captain JACK TRENGOVE and goalkicking forward Mitch Clark remain in the mix to play in Melbourne’s opening match of the season
THE Adelaide Crows will be without talented young defender Brodie Smith after the club today confirmed that he had indeed broken his collarbone during the club’s late game against Port Adelaide. Smith is set to be out of action for eight weeks and the club does not expect that he will require surgery. Smith came
JOSH Jenkins was the stand-out in Adelaide’s NAB Cup campaign and his bid to replace Kurt Tippett perhaps has run more smoothly than expected. He kicked two goals for the Crows in their win over Port Adelaide yesterday, but moreso he provided that lynch-pin up forward in the absence of not only Taylor Walker –
THE Crows want to win it, the Saints aren’t interested and the Power want to test their best squad out on the park during the NAB Cup round one series tonight. Three different scenarios show the different methods clubs come to the line to play with in the NAB Cup. Adelaide is an interesting one.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Tigers coach Damien Hardwick has quashed social media rumours surrounding DUSTIN MARTIN and denies the young midfielder is on the verge of being sacked
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Suns defender SEB TAPE is confident his knee will recover fully and is focused on assisting recently recruited defenders Tom Murphy and Greg Broughton settle in to a strengthened and miserly backline
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: With the Swans ruck stocks going from strength to strength in last year’s trade period, premiership ruckman Mike Pyke says he is looking forward to some more healthy competition in
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Matt de Boer has warned that competition for spots in the Dockers’ deepening midfield is hotting up, with pressure to perform increasing on even the club’s leading engine room lights as a group of young runners come through.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Young gun Trent Cotchin is the early favourite to win next year’s Brownlow Medal but punters believe the club will yet again miss the top eight in season
FRESH from a come-from-behind 10-point win over Fremantle at AAMI Stadium last night, Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson was buoyant about his clubs’ chances of causing an upset against the hot favourites Hawthorn next Saturday night in a preliminary final. The Crows have made it through to the final four and like their prospects next week.
FIRST of all a confession: We liked the Adelaide Crows a lot last year.
Yes that’s right, we liked the team that finished with only seven wins on the season, got coach Neil Craig fired (they say he stepped down) and couldn’t get interim coach Mark Bickley the fulltime gig
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