(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Decorated Brisbane champion SIMON BLACK is set for his highly anticipated comeback in what could be his final AFL season
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UPDATE: Essendon won by 90 points over Bendigo with Alik Magin kicking a goal right on the siren for the Gold. The Bombers won, 23.9 (147) to 8.9 (57) Jason Winderlich finished with eight goals, only playing the three quarters. Joe Daniher finished with four goals and 10 marks but with an ankle injury. The
Guest contributor RowdyOne continues his series looking at each club’s best 22 players for the upcoming 2013 season. Suddenly we all know far more about “peptides” than we ever thought we would. This off-season for the Bombers has indeed been tough and the recent controversy that has surrounded the club has overshadowed an off-season that saw the
VETERAN midfielder Nathan Lovett-Murray has signed on for his tenth season at Essendon according to a statement released on the club’s website. It’s been a long wait but one that the club is happy to be over with Lovett-Murray back in the fold for next year. “Nathan has been a great servant of the Essendon Football
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.
(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.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Hawthorn: The Magpies appear unlikely to recruit Hawthorn free agent Clinton Young with the Magpies declaring they’re “done and dusted”
THE Western Bulldogs are understood to have shown some interest in recruiting injury-prone Essendon forward Scott Gumbleton. Gumbleton has increased his currency among clubs over the past month and it is understood his return to Essendon’s line-up has impressed some recruiters. The Bulldogs require an established key forward to grow their forward line and Gumbleton
WE take a look at which AFL players have impressed so far in the VFL in their bids for recalls INJURY-prone Essendon forward Scott Gumbleton got through another hit-out for Bendigo. It was his fourth major hit-out since coming back from back and hamstring injuries. However, his chances for a recall for this week’s clash
IS it too early for Essendon forward Scott Gumbleton to return to Essendon’s forward line despite showing encouraging signs in his last three VFL matches? Former AFL coach Robert Shaw took to Twitter yesterday, suggesting that a return too soon could wreck Gumbleton’s career, plagued by back and hamstring injuries, once more. “The gap (from)
ESSENDON forward Scott Gumbleton will make his return from injury yet again for Bendigo against Collingwood in the VFL at Victoria Park on Saturday. The injury-plagued forward is set to perhaps give his body one last roll of the dice after succumbing to a number of injuries since being drafted by the Bombers in 2006.
THE number a player is drafted at is not always a true indicator of their ability or a reflection of what will happen in future years. Ben Carbonaro looks at what has become of players who were top 30 picks five years ago. For too long, recruiters and football fans have salivated over the players