(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
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CARLTON coach Mick Malthouse is likely to give forward Jarrad Waite at least two weeks in the VFL before he makes his AFL return ahead of his comeback match for the Northern Blues against Port Melbourne at Preston City Oval on Sunday. Waite has recovered from the calf injury that derailed his pre-season yet again
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Greater Western Sydney CEO David Matthews says the club is ‘obliged’ to consider luring Hawthorn superstar Lance Franklin to the Giants when he is out of contract at the end of
CARLTON’S Jeremy Laidler has been transformed from a defender to a forward and is slowly adjusting to the move according to Blues development coach Luke Webster. Laidler is one of new coach Mick Malthouse’s projects in attempting to play players in different positions. Malthouse has already notably changed the games of Andrew Walker (from forward
ALTHOUGH winless to start their 2013 campaign, the West Coast Eagles won’t be taking Carlton lightly in their match at Patersons Stadium on Saturday night. The Blues have lost to Richmond, Collingwood and Geelong in the first three rounds by a total of 38 points and have been in each contest well into the final
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Decorated Brisbane champion SIMON BLACK is set for his highly anticipated comeback in what could be his final AFL season
WHEN will the ball bounce Travis Varcoe’s way? After missing all but one game last year to stress fractures in his foot, the hard-working Geelong playmaker now faces more time out of the game after he dislocated his shoulder during the first quarter of the Cat’s 16 point win over Carlton last night. Ironically Varcoe
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: The Swans know the key to their round two AFL match will be taming Gold Coast’s GARY ABLETT
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Hyped Gold Coast teenager JAEGER O’MEARA will make his senior debut against St Kilda at Metricon Stadium on Saturday night
IT seems like we are constantly writing posts about Jarrad Waite, injuries and delays to his return. So it comes as almost no surprise that we are doing so again with the news emerging this morning that the Carlton forward had sustained a second calf tear last month and will miss more time. Obviously the
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Saints defender James Gwilt believes youngster ARRYN SIPOSS has what it takes to fill the void left by the departure of Brendon Goddard
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Collingwood’s DALE THOMAS could make a last-ditch bid for Round 1 selection if he returns in the VFL tomorrow night
AFTER a long and somewhat drawn out process the Carlton Football Club has settled on star midfielder Marc Murphy as the new team captain. The announcement was made this morning at a press conference at VISY Park that was also streamed from the club’s website. While the press conference was conducted by Stephen Kernahan and Mick Malthouse, it was
EARLIER this week Brisbane coach Michael Voss said that “he (would) take a round one win over a NAB Cup Final” now he at least has a chance at having both after the Lions dispatched Collingwood by 34 points and, in so doing, secured a berth in the pre-season grand final. In what will be
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: After providing Melbourne supporters with a thrill on Friday night some have speculated that the Demons should try to find a loophole that would allow Jesse Hogan to play in
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Michael Voss wants to win the NAB Cup and his Brisbane Lions are in a good position to do just that after round one of the pre-season competition
WITH a team that was missing Chris Judd, Matthew Kreuzer and Jarrad Waite, the Blues performance in their first game of the night against Greater Western Sydney was less than what was expected. Indeed for a long stretch they trailed the Giants and it was only a late goal by Levi Casboult that got the Blues
THE biggest personnel change for the Blues won’t kick any goals, take a mark or win a single contested possession this year but his presence will be felt everywhere.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Swans speedster LEWIS JETTA is hoping to inspire Swans fans both on and off the field this season
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Gun recruit Brent Moloney says Brisbane’s young midfield brigade is ready to join the AFL’s elite
CARLTON coach Mick Malthouse has declared that his team has the ingredients to win the flag this season. In a match program handed out prior to Carlton’s second intra-club match today, Malthouse said his team had worked intensely over the pre-season and was evidently planning to change the game style into his own. “Having been
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Seventeen-year-old Gold Coast recruit Jack Martin has been given permission to play in the NAB Cup
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Six months after turning down a lucrative offer from Geelong, star midfielder Travis Boak has been appointed as the new Port Adelaide captain
MICK Malthouse’s right hand man Rob Wiley says Carlton will be a much more defensive team this season given Malthouse’s coaching history at West Coast and Collingwood. Wiley said already the Blues players have been challenged to have a more defensive mind-set and will be challenged to work as one, rather than relying on premium
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: The Suns have abolished their leadership group and have appointed Gary Ablett as the club’s skipper for the third consecutive season, with two deputies.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Speedster Chris Yarran has lifted the lid on the Blues’ recipe for success under new Carlton coach Mick Malthouse
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Geelong draftee Jackson Thurlow has emerged as a dark horse to make his debut in the Cats’ round one blockbuster against Hawthorn.
CARLTON’S Jaryd Cachia is looking to make amends from previous efforts at the Blues and could thrive in a new half back role under new coach Mick Malthouse. Cachia, who won a reprieve on the Blues list in the draft after being delisted by the Blues at the end of the 2011 season, spent the
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Bombers assistant coach Matthew Egan believes key forward Michael Hurley will benefit from shedding some weight during the pre-season
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Lachie Whitfield has set his sights on a round one debut with Greater Western Sydney but says he is far from being a walk-up start
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Greater Western Sydney’s Jeremy Cameron proved himself a Giant in more ways than one in
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Nathan Buckley has hit out at suggestions of an emerging drug culture in the AFL, and admitted he had spoken to his star midfielder Dane Swan about claims he was a bad influence on his Magpie teammates.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Indigenous educator Gerard Neesham says AFL clubs should keep faith with talented Aboriginals, pointing to Sydney star Lewis Jetta as the poster boy for second chances
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Most players would be happy with 300-plus games and two premierships, but Sydney Swans veteran Jude Bolton isn’t satisfied
AFTER spending the first few weeks of the off-season shedding assistant coaches, the Carlton Football Club has reversed the recent trend by announcing today that former Melbourne player Brad Green has joined the Blues as an assistant coach. Green, 31, was at point captain for the Demons and he now joins seniors coach Mick Malthouse as the midfield development coach for the Blues.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Port Adelaide: John Butcher says he likes the idea of combining with troubled forward Liam Jurrah next season in the Power’s forward line
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Greater Western Sydney: Kevin Sheedy and his GWS Giants have another top 30 pick in the draft after a trade with Port Adelaide which will see two young guns move to South Australia
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Geelong: The club has delisted mature-aged recruit Orren Stephenson, but the 30-year-old is hopeful of another AFL opportunity.
NEW Carlton coach Mick Malthouse has identified the prospect of re-uniting with gun Pies forward Travis Cloke as soon as next season. And it would make for a fascinating encounter that is touted for round two next season if Cloke was to become a Blue. Cloke, who is set to become a free agent, is
Carlton Football Club President Stephen Kernahan today officially announced that Mick Malthouse has been signed as the new senior coach of the Blues to replace Brett Ratten. Malthouse, 59, has been signed to the club for the next three seasons.
MICK Malthouse today admits that he will meet with Carlton about its vacant coaching position but wasn’t in a hurry to do so. While Carlton has been on the front foot to suggest that Malthouse would be its No.1 man to replace Brett Ratten, Malthouse has been sketchy at best about whether he would take
AFTER a long year of high expectations and poor results the Herald Sun has reported that the Carlton Football Club has pulled the plug on the Brett Ratten era, reporting today that this Sunday’s game against St Kilda will be his final as coach of the Blues. After playing 255 games for the club between
JUST hours after further speculation mounted on Brett Ratten’s coaching future at Carlton, the man in waiting for the Blues top job – Mick Malthouse – says he has the energy to coach once again. Speaking on 3AW radio, Malthouse said he has renewed passion to return to coaching which puts him in the frame
FORMER Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse believes there are worrying signs about the way his former team are playing and has cast doubts about whether its depth is strong enough entering September. This is despite the likes of Alan Didak, Andrew Krakouer and Brent Macaffer running around in the VFL yesterday looking to push for senior
CARLTON’S season is on the slide and the pressure on coach Brett Ratten will only intensify over the coming days after another disastrous loss to North Melbourne by 53-points at Etihad Stadium last night. Ratten, despite being contracted until the end of next season, is under the microscope and although the Blues hierarchy maintain that
THE longer Collingwood forward Travis Cloke puts off contact negotiations, the more interesting the script becomes. Just imagine this scenario: Carlton sack coach Brett Ratten at the end of the season and in comes Mick Malthouse. Wouldn’t that just throw a spanner in the works of Cloke’s plans? Malthouse would no doubt attempt to entice
A SUBSTANTIAL loss on Friday night could result in the end of Carlton coach Brett Ratten’s career as unfortunate as it may sound. The doomsayers are predicting president Stephen Kernahan and the Blues board may have no choice but to cease with Ratten by the end of the weekend if they were to see a
THE more Carlton loses, the more Mick Malthouse comes into the picture. Brett Ratten is signed but effectively the more pressure that heaps upon him and the club, the more it appears something has to give at the end of the season. And in most cases, it is always the coach. The 50-point loss to
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BACK in early February we wrote that it was going to be a challenging year for the Magpies.
Now it looks as if it will be bitter as well.
ON the eve of the 2012 season, Nathan Buckley’s ascension to the head coaching position of the Collingwood Football Club will be one of the most scrutinised changes in the AFL.
WELL we know one thing for sure, “retirement” hasn’t mellowed Mick Malthouse. Late yesterday afternoon the former Collingwood coach was on radio station FiveAA (Adelaide) for a regular segment
Collingwood’s midfielders singled out for what Mick Malthouse considers an inept display against St Kilda
Collingwood players set to learn that Mick Malthouse re-appointed as senior coach until the end of 2011, and former captain Nathan Buckley secured as senior assistant
Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse has accepted in principle a deal that would see him work next season with Nathan Buckley
Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse has accepted in principle a deal that would see him work next season with Nathan Buckley
RICHMOND has left the door ajar to snare unsigned Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse
Mick Malthouse receives ringing endorsement from one of his most respected former bosses
Nathan Buckley reveals he would consider working under Mick Malthouse as an assistant coach with the Pies
Form outweighs experience at Collingwood, says Magpies coach Mick Malthouse
Will we look back on Dean Laidley’s resignation as the moment that triggered a full-on bout of AFL coaching musical chairs
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The most surprising omission from the team veteran coach Mick Malthouse nominated yesterday – based on the performances of players he has coached – was that of Brad Hardie, the 1985 Brownlow medallist
Pies to bolster attack for Queen’s Birthday clash, a match Mick Malthouse says will be “a helluva fight”
Speculation that veteran Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse will leave the club at the end of 2009 has continued after confirmation his manager has been in talks with with club officials
Collingwood has opened contract talks with Mick Malthouse with a view to renewing the most controversial coaching contract in football
Mick Malthouse has dipped his lid to the Crows who caused an upset at the MCG yesterday to sour the Magpies’ start
Scott Burns brings knowledge of Mick Malthouse and Nathan Buckley to the Eagles’ brains trust
Mick Malthouse and Nathan Buckley may work together in 2010 as current and future coach
Robert Walls The Collingwood president wants a flag, Nathan Buckley wants a coaching job. Mick Malthouse is under pressure
The Magpies were a balanced, well-drilled unit in 2008, but perhaps lacked a superstar in either the midfield or the forward line to really challenge the big guns of the competition. Master coach Mick Malthouse seems to get the best out of his young players, and a swathe of new recruits could take the field