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  • Gresham: Belief rising at St Kilda

    Saturday night’s heart stopping three point victory against Geelong in which the Saints had to come from behind late on, shows the team is beginning to gain belief, says Jade Gresham.

  • Robert Walls talks Blues, Bolton & Silvagni

    Carlton senior coach Brendon Bolton has done so much right in his first season at Princes Park including the care to embrace everyone involved at the club past and present, says Robert Walls.

  • Walsh anniversary unpredictable: Rucci

    It will be impossible to predict how most of the Adelaide team will react when they take the field against Melbourne at the MCG on Sunday one year after losing their coach, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • Bartlett is losing faith in poor Tigers

    The ever confident Richmond great Kevin Bartlett has conceded that his beloved Tigers are unlikely to keep their hopes of playing finals this season alive with a win away to Port Adelaide.

  • Third axe would destroy Travis: Malthouse

    If Collingwood senior coach Nathan Buckley decides to again drop Travis Cloke to the VFL for the third time this season it will destroy any confidence he has left in himself, says Mick Malthouse.

  • Rockliff asking for big bucks: Hamilton

    It is hard to blame Brisbane captain Tom Rockliff for wanting a hefty long-term contract extension given the recent deals handed out by the Lions to halt the mass exit from the club.

  • Kosi: Saints’ win made me excited for footy again

    Justin Koschitzke has explained how he witnessed his former side’s surprise victory over premiership contenders Geelong on the weekend, saying the win made him excited for AFL footy again.

  • Katie Brennan all in on the Bulldogs

    Growing up in Brisbane young football star Katie Brennan was a keen Lions supporter, but since pulling on the red, white and blue things have changed.

  • "What right do England have to think they are any good?"

    Iceland’s shock 2-1 victory over England in the Round of 16 at the Euro 2016 tournament is not too surprising for football expert Carlos Albert Diego, who believes last night’s loss is just another chapter in England’s long history of being disappointing on the big stage.

  • Warnie would’ve been a great skipper: Chuck

    The excitement of one-day international cricket is often largely reliant upon the aggressiveness of a captain and there is no doubt Shane Warne would have been a great one, says Darren Berry.

  • KB: Time to toughen up and ditch the bye

    Kevin Bartlett has called upon the AFL to eliminate bye rounds completely, saying that the amount of money that goes into sports science at clubs should allow for the players to play every week.

  • Ex-coach on Jade: Shy, quiet & small

    St Kilda youngster Jade Gresham wowed the home crowd on Saturday night with a dazzling side-step before snapping a goal from the boundary late in the game, but it did not surprise Andrew Shakespeare.

  • On The Fringes – Round 14

    Want to know who played well in the state leagues for your club? Here is how every listed player who didn't feature in the AFL fared at the weekend ...

  • Saints closer to flag than Tigers: Waldron

    Brian Waldron believes that by making a bold move and trading multiple senior players in recent years St Kilda is now far closer to winning a premiership than Richmond.

  • We got tip-offs in 2006: Brad Hardie

    A number of people at the West Coast Eagles during the time leading up to their most recent premiership hold some responsibility for the drug culture at the club, says Brad Hardie.