• Duff here to win, not for the money

    Melbourne City FC recruit Damien Duff says that he’s not out here in pursuit of a pay day instead he still has the competitive streak in him to chase success.

  • Clark chooses Cats over Pies

    “Mitch Clark has nominated Geelong as his club of choice that he wants to go to which now means that the Dees and the Cats have to come together and get a deal done. So, there’s a fair bit of discussion about what Mitch Clarks value would be."

  • Gorringe requests trade home, Port his preference

    After managing just 20 senior games in four seasons at the Gold Coast Suns, South Australian ruckman Daniel Gorringe has requested a trade back to his home state, with Port Adelaide his preferred destination.

  • Contracted Patfull open to Sydney move

    “If there was an opportunity of getting to a Sydney club next year we would look at it but again it would have to be with the total consent of the Brisbane Lions."

  • Hayne and Thurston share the Dally M

    It was a historic night on Monday night, with the Dally M medal shared for the first time. North Queensland Cowboy Jonathan Thurston and Parramatta Eel Jarryd Hayne were announced as joint-winners at the NRL’s night of nights at the Star.

  • Hawthorn looming as likely home for Frawley

    “[Geelong] They are genuinely scratching their heads about Frawley and yes all signs point to Hawthorn at the moment which is a little bit scary to think that the reigning premier can get one of the best key backs in the competition and maybe put Brian Lake under the pump, he might be feeling a little bit nervous."

  • Pick four not enough for Pies

    “I think it’s got to be more than pick four to be honest. He’s an absolute superstar in the prime of his career, 24 years old… he’s totally fit. I’m with Collingwood on this one, I think they’re entitled to a bit of a sweetener and I reckon they’ll get that."

  • van't Schip confident after winter of change

    Melbourne City coach John van’t Schip says the clubs alignment with the City Football Group will prove invaluable moving forward. There has been a lot of change over the pre season period at the club including major signings and training camps overseas.

  • Carlton not trying to lure Mitchell out of Sydney

    Carlton football operations manager Andrew McKay revealed on Monday that the Blues would not be actively pursuing opportunity starved Swans midfielder Tom Mitchell who appears set to remain in the harbour city in 2015.