(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Are we seeing the first signs of decline in the magnificent career of Chris Judd or at this stage of his football life can he only get himself up for the big games
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IT’S an exciting time if you’re a Port Adelaide supporter. It may not seem like it, but it definitely is.
As a Collingwood supporter, I would know. What is happening at Alberton now is almost a carbon copy of the change that swept through Victoria Park towards the end of the previous century
(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
(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
(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.
NEW Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley has said he will use the next few months to assess the players on his squad as he looks towards building a leadership group and, ultimately, announcing the captaincy for
CARLTON is seriously looking at snaring Port Adelaide star midfielder Travis Boak if he decides to return home to Victoria at the end of the season. Boak is out of contact and there is speculation that he may wish to return to his home state. “If he was prepared to come home, we’d be very
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