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  • Robbo: Don’t do it like last time Dons

    Essendon cannot undertake the process of searching for a coach as they did when they were looking for a replacement for Matthew Knights, says Mark Robinson.

  • Cam Mooney on Chappy and Stevie J

    Paul Chapman will always be remembered as a Geelong player by Cameron Mooney and he finds it bitter sweet that the star veteran will walk off the field for the last time in a Bombers jumper.

  • Wallace: What is Treloar worth to Tigers?

    It will cost Richmond at least their next two first round draft picks to capture young star midfielder Adam Treloar from the GWS Giants, says Terry Wallace.

  • Tigers would regress with Stevie J: Denham

    Richmond would be crazy to go after Geelong veteran Steve Johnson who may be squeezed out of Kardinia Park as the club looks to develop their young talent, says Greg Denham.

  • Jon Ralph stings Pies bashers & Commission

    Collingwood supporters who are starting to doubt Nathan Buckley as a coach and how he is developing the list should have more faith in the club, says Jon Ralph.

  • Watson: Does Worsfold have the passion?

    Essendon legend Tim Watson says John Worsfold would have to be passionate about returning to senior AFL coaching, and he shouldn’t have to be talked into doing the job.

  • Kerry Stokes talks AFL rights

    Billionaire businessman and chairman of Channel Seven, Kerry Stokes, has given a rare radio interview, in which he spoke about the network’s huge investment in AFL.

  • KB: Adam Treloar picks Richmond

    My understanding is that GWS Giants jet Adam Treloar has told the Tigers that Richmond is his preferred club of choice for 2016 and beyond, not Collingwood.

  • Tom Rockliff addresses rumours

    Brisbane Captain Tom Rockliff has spoken about the difficulties of leading a young group and has strongly denied reports he has fallen out with team-mate Dayne Zorko.

  • Giants hold all the aces

    The newest franchise won’t be disappointed if Victorian clubs come poaching – it’s how they planned it.

  • Gossage: Nat Fyfe injury serious

    Fremantle star Nat Fyfe will miss the last two matches of the home and away season with an injury to his left leg.

  • Schwarz: Dees fans not copping blame

    Melbourne champion David Schwarz has slammed Demons coach Paul Roos for having a go at supporters for creating an “air of negativity” around the club.

  • Victorian Premier talks Bombers

    Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has paid tribute to the service James Hird has given to the Essendon football club, and has also endorsed former Federal Minister Lindsay Tanner as a possible candidate for chairman of the Bombers