GEELONG defender Jared Rivers has been ruled out for at least the next month with a knee injury that is worse than thought according to the Cats today. It means that the club may look to forward James Podsiadly to be transformed into a defender. It wouldn’t be the first time Podsiadly has played in
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GEELONG held off a surging Western Bulldogs team last night to notch their fifth consecutive win of the season but the victory was not without its price. Free agent acquisition Jared Rivers left the game in the first quarter with a right knee injury and prized recruit Josh Caddy exiting in the second quarter with
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Cats forward STEVE JOHNSON is a chance to return against Carlton on Saturday night, while Jared Rivers has been ruled out for up to three more weeks
WITH seconds remaining in the game against West Coast and a supergoal required to snatch a victory, Geelong captain Joel Selwood delivered the goods with a snap shot at goal under heavy pressure. Also on Football Nation: NAB Cup Scores (West Coast v Geelong v Fremantle) And full credit to the whole team for fighting
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
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Carlton: Nick Stevens wouldn’t have made his controversial exit from Port Adelaide had he known “four years of pain” would eventuate at Carlton from 2004.
AFTER an initial flurry of player movements in the AFL’s inaugural free agency period, it had been quiet for a few days until this afternoon when the Geelong Football Club announced that they had signed defender Jared Rivers as free agent from Melbourne. Rivers, 28, was linked to Geelong early in the free agency period
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