End of an era. How many times have we heard that in the past few days? The past few years, even? It’s an annual tradition now to say Geelong’s run is finally over.
AFL vs the MCG, ex-ASADA boss in court, Steve Johnson, Buckley’s whack and Dustin Fletcher’s future…
Richo admits memory loss, Chris Scott to re-sign, court day for Essendon and ASADA, plus all the morning’s other AFL news…
This is Part Two of an experimental numbers-based series looking at which AFL clubs are set to improve and which are set to decline. Your constructive feedback is definitely welcome. Part One is here.
The NAB Cup gets underway tonight, and practice matches are being played all over the country, which means the footy conversation is set to take an overdue turn towards, well, actual footy.
With the 2012 Brownlow Medal count just days away, it’s time to have a look at which players are in contention for the game’s most prestigious individual honour.
All of us have at some point in the last six years written Geelong off. For some, the “end of the era” was after the 2008 Grand Final.
News surfaced yesterday that Richmond CEO Brendon Gale had last month attempted to get his club’s Round 4 clash with Geelong shifted away from Simonds Stadium.
It’s that time of year once again. The time where many an AFL journalist wants to tell you who they think will win the flag and why.