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Wallabies and NSW Waratahs fullback Israel Folau has confirmed he will stay with rugby union for the foreseeable future, signing a three-year flexible contract through until at least the end of 2018.
It may be one of the smallest bones in the body, but the navicular is the reason we are seeing several players go down with foot injuries, says Dr Bridie O’Donnell.
Brian Waldron says the Gold Coast Suns need to increase their profile in southern Queensland, or could risk costing the AFL nearly $1 billion.
Senior AFL players have almost zero respect for the AFL's substance abuse policy says Jon Ralph.
With the allegations of drug use at the Gold Coast Suns in full flight, KB thinks it’s better to do drugs in the AFL than to drink.
Carlton CEO Steven Trigg has reaffirmed his side did not ask Fremantle coach Ross Lyon if he would be interested in coaching the Blues next season.
The re-signing of Jack Riewoldt and Alex Rance shows Richmond are ready for finals football, however they need a few more pieces to become a top four side says David King.
Former AFL umpire Derek Humphery-Smith has bemoaned the one week suspension handed to Sydney forward Lance Franklin, labeling the decision laughable
A day-night test is a good sign that international cricket is not getting bogged down in tradition, says Greg Chappell.
Richmond key forward Jack Riewoldt has reaffirmed his passion for Tigerland, signing a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2019.
Former Gold Coast Suns coach Guy McKenna has slammed his former playing group, saying any player who is using illicit substances has no one to blame but themselves.
The Gold Coast Suns players that were allegedly involved in heavy cocaine use last year have no excuses for their behaviour says Richard Champion.
Nick Kyrgios has already become a polarising figure in the sporting world with a flagrant on-court attitude and his support will quickly diminish if he starts losing, says Dr Turf.
It was weak of Karmichael Hunt to implicate a number of his ex-teammates in a drugs scandal by giving their names to authorities, says Cameron Mooney.
Usually critics only truly rate a team when they have proved they can beat the best in the competition, but it is the opposite case with Richmond, says Dermott Brereton.
Essendon coach James Hird has easily won Patrick Smith’s gibberish of the week award for claiming that the reporting of the club’s supplements saga has been propaganda.
You get three gut punches before a week’s penalty - it’s called the AFL’s three strike policy. The AFL in trying to protect harming the image of the Brownlow, has harmed the image of the game.
The drugs scandal that has rocked the Gold Coast Suns has highlighted how ineffective the AFL’s current illicit drugs policy is and how poor the culture is at the new franchise, says David King.
Essendon have a right to feel aggrieved by Sam Mitchell's doping gesture on the weekend, however it wasn't propaganda, says Rohan Connolly.