News

  • Dangerfield in a very tough spot: Maxwell

    It is almost heartless to consider the on-field ramifications following the tragic death of Adelaide coach Phil Walsh, but it has put Paddy Dangerfield in a tough position, says Nick Maxwell.

  • Taylor Adams glad Crows aren’t playing

    Collingwood youngster Taylor Adams is thankful that the Adelaide players do not have to play football this weekend after he took to the MCG just hours after the Crows coach was tragically killed.

  • Robbo: Thank you Clarko and Bucks

    The AFL community should be thankful that Alastair Clarkson and Nathan Buckley came together to make a special moment at the MCG on Friday night after their teams competed fiercely for four points, says Mark Robinson.

  • Bucks: We’re good, belief the last step

    Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley believes his team can match the level of any side in the competition, but the group still needs to let themselves believe they can be great.

  • Rosberg pips Hamilton in opening British practice

    Nico Rosberg has edged out Lewis Hamilton to finish fastest in opening practice for the British Grand Prix, despite a gearbox problem - but Mercedes is under investigation for an alleged rule breach.

  • Coaches Box: Beveridge on Libba & finals

    Injured Western Bulldogs midfielder Tom Liberatore took his season-ending knee injury hard and needs time away from the club to refresh his body and mind, says Luke Beveridge.

  • Formula One set for radical 2017 overhaul

    Formula One's Strategy Group has met ahead of the British Grand Prix and announced that the sport is set for a shake-up, outlining rule changes to improve the show for fans.

  • Balme confident in two Pies debutants

    Two highly touted teenagers will play their first game of league football for Collingwood at the MCG against reigning premier Hawthorn and they are ready for the challenge, says Neil Balme.

  • David King on illicit drugs, Swans & Walsh

    The AFL Players Association should stop wasting their time trying to use meaningless statistics to downplay the league’s drug problem, says David King.

  • A great footy man, a great man: Rucci

    It is a horrible tragedy that Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh has been allegedly murdered by his 26-year-old son and there is no chance his team will play on the weekend, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • Robbo: Bennell had chance to explain last night

    Harley Bennell was offered an opportunity to explain the photos of him with illegal drugs that were published in the Herald Sun on Thursday but declined to speak, says Mark Robinson.

  • Mooney puts Ablett, Reid & Port in focus

    Gary Ablett has no option but to play for the Gold Coast Suns this weekend regardless of whether he believes his shoulder is ready, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Strange Lyon gave Blues advice: Gossage

    The football community in Perth was surprised that Fremantle coach Ross Lyon was happy to meet with a Carlton representative to give advice in their search for a coach, says Tim Gossage.