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.
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.
AboutMichael DiFabrizio is a journalism student at the University of Wollongong. As an AFL writer, he has been an expert columnist at The Roar since 2009 and has appeared in The Age and on ABC television and radio.