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Bob Murphy and James Kelly, the next milestone men

The 2016 season saw the retirement of two of the games longest serving players, and modern day club icons. Firstly North Melbourne and new AFL games record holder Brent Harvey, after 21 years and 432 games was given his marching...

Christmas wishes for your footy club.

As we near Christmas Day and the end of 2016, undoubtedly many people will be giving and receiving some wonderful gifts, while spending time with loved ones. While fans of the Bulldogs variety experienced the ultimate gift with the Doggies' inspiring...

Clark and Geelong part company

This afternoon, the Geelong Football Club decided to part company with forward Mitch Clark after an injury riddled two years at the Cats. For the 29-year-old, Geelong was Clark's third AFL club after stints at the Brisbane Lions, and at Melbourne. Clark...

Farewell to one of Geelong’s all time greats

On Wednesday, October 19, Jimmy Bartel announced his retirement from AFL football. While there was the possibility for Bartel to continue into 2017 at the Cats, with an option for a further 12 months in his contract, he and the club...

The footy review: Round 7

What got us talking: Umpires are not firing AFL umpires. You either love them, or you hate them. When the frees are going in your favour, the umps are like a godsend. But when decisions go against your club, the men...

The mid-week review: Round 6

What got us talking: GWS’ defining moment? It was bound to happen. Since its debut season in 2012, Greater Western Sydney has been thriving with potential. A sleuth of high draft picks and star recruits signaled good things on the way. And...

The mid-week review: Round 5

What got us talking: Contract extensions In recent years, it has been fashionable to extend coaches’ contracts. Club after club have re-signed coaches in an act of ‘faith’, as a way to remove speculation as the contract deadline looms closer and...

The mid-week review: Round 4

What got us talking: North on top For the first time since 1998, North Melbourne will go into round five top of the AFL ladder. The Roos’ start to season has been blinding. With four wins and zero losses to their...

Melbourne prepare to welcome back Trengove

Melbourne fans are waiting in anticipation to welcome Jack Trengove back into the fold after an injury nightmare that saw the former co-captain come close to calling it quits. Set to make his first competitive appearance in almost two years,...

The mid-week review: Round three

What got us talking: A tale of two clubs… Collingwood and Richmond. Two clubs. A strikingly similar story. During the off season, both were touted as certain finals contenders. Top four was even in some predictions. Big name recruits were sought after...