• Greg Swann on Tippett, Aish & free agency

    Brisbane Lions chief executive Greg Swann has denied that the club has had any conversations with Kurt Tippett, but admits they very keen to find a tall forward.

  • Wallace wants a team prior opportunity

    The big talking point surrounding the state of the game is stoppages and Terry Wallace has an idea for a minor rule change that can clear the congestion.

  • Mitchell the most important Hawk: Derm

    Sam Mitchell is by far the most important player on the club’s list and will need to be well supported if the club is to win their third consecutive premiership, says Dermott Brereton.

  • We out-hunted the Hawks: Hardwick

    Richmond coach Damien Hardwick applauded his team’s genuine attack on the ball at the MCG on Friday night that allowed them to defeat Hawthorn by 18 points.

  • Nathan Buckley on Pies, Hawks & Goodes

    Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has not accepted his team’s recent run of losses against quality opposition but acknowledges their play has been largely positive.

  • Browny on ugly footy and early success

    Former Brisbane Lions star forward Jonathan Brown does not want to see the AFL make any overzealous knee-jerk rule changes to stop congestions but concedes something must be done.

  • Robbo on defensive Dees & Whateley

    Melbourne coach Paul Roos will not make any drastic changes to his ultra defensive game plan before he hands the team over to Simon Goodwin, says Mark Robinson.

  • Hawks gettable if Buddy returned: Denham

    Greg Denham believes that Hawthorn would be less likely to win a third successive premiership if star forward Lance Franklin returned to his old side this season.

  • If Cats land three, contenders: Tim Watson

    If Geelong were somehow able to lure their three main recruiting targets this year they would immediately become premiership contenders, says Tim Watson.

  • England on brink of crushing victory

    For the second time in consecutive days Australia has failed to adjust to a challenging match situation and thus tonight faces almost certain defeat.

  • Schwarz sick of negative Dees footy

    The boring and negative style of football being played by Melbourne must stop very soon because fans are tired of watching the same defensive struggle every week, says David Schwarz.

  • Jon Ralph stings Steve Smith disciples

    The cricket fans that have been quick to even consider Steve Smith as one of the best ever batsmen should take a breath and properly consider history, says Jon Ralph.

  • Craddock: Australia can't afford to lose Rogers

    Leading cricket scribe Robert Craddock says Australia will desperately miss Opening batsman Chris Rogers if he follows through on his promise to retire following the Ashes series.