(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Western Bulldogs great Brad Johnson says ADAM COONEY is back to his 2008 Brownlow Medal form
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WHETHER you love them or loathe them you have to admire the fact that Collingwood is always working hard to improve it’s prospects both on and off the field
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Rejuvenated Suns defender MAVERICK WELLER has moved to end speculation about his long-term future by declaring he wants to become a one-club player
(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: A move further up the field could be the perfect stepping stone towards a debut for North Melbourne’s Majak Daw
(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.
IN this off-season Collingwood have addressed their short and long term problems and Derek Hine has given Nathan Buckley everything he identified at the end of the 2012 season
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
WITH less than a day to go in free agency Clinton Young has surprised many (especially us) with news emerging that he has signed a three year contract to play with Collingwood. The move is a surprise for a number of reasons not least because just two days ago after they had traded Chris Dawes
FOOTBALL NATION OPINION AFTER spending much of the 2012 season waiting for him to play well, the Collingwood Football Club has decided that it’s future prospects will be better served by going in another direction from that of Chris Dawes. And that direction is former West Coast Eagle Quinten Lynch. And maybe some else. Lynch
TWO days ago Magpies coach Nathan Buckley officially denied that Collingwood had negotiated a deal for former West Coast Eagle Quinten Lynch. Today it is widely being reported that a deal is done. It’s all just a matter of timing. Lynch, 29, is an unrestricted free agent and had informed the Eagles last week that he would be
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