• England’s top four a shambles: Gideon Haigh

    The ideal scenario for each team on Wednesday at Edgbaston will be to win the toss and bat, however given the recent performances of England’s top four Australia will not fear taking the ball.

  • AFLPA to meet with Goodes

    The AFL Players’ Association has released a statement expressing their extreme disappointment with the on-going treatment directed at Sydney star Adam Goodes.

  • Sydney in a horrible place right now

    Hawthorn great Dermott Brereton admits he did not see Sydney's struggles coming but the Swans are now showings some worrying signs.

  • Schwarz: Dees have no guts

    Melbourne’s playing list has improved since coach Paul Roos arrived at the club, however the effort is still lacking according to former club champion David Schwarz.

  • McLachlan: Campaign against Goodes hurts

    AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan has called upon all supporters across the country to stop booing Adam Goodes and pointed out that it is hurting a number of people.

  • Robbo on Tigers, Goodes booing & Freo

    Richmond let four points in their disappointing loss to Fremantle on Saturday night and it’s not Bachar Houli’s fault, says Mark Robinson.

  • Robert Allenby a rude sideshow: Marko

    The unacceptable way in which Robert Allenby has treated people during his career has come back to haunt the Australian as those around him start to turn on the fiery golfer, says Mark Allen.

  • KB's Take: Malthouse perfect fit for Crows

    It occurred to me on the weekend broadcasting Adelaide’s win over the Gold Coast that the person the Crows should get to coach the club following the death of Phil Walsh is Mick Malthouse.

  • Patrick Smith blasts ordinary Carlton

    Carlton as a club is ordinary and at the moment are not capable of performing at any level to a standard required in the AFL, says Patrick Smith.

  • Tim Watson on Lewis Jetta gesture

    Lewis Jetta aboriginal-inspired war dance goal celebration at Domain Stadium on Sunday night will not stop crowds from booing Adam Goodes, says Tim Watson.

  • Gaze can’t understand Cambage at Splendour

    Opals star Liz Cambage has rightfully been suspended by the team for failing to attend a national team training camp because she was at a musical festival in Byron Bay, says Andrew Gaze.

  • Franchise Four Raises A Great Debate

    If you watched the MLB All Star Game pre-game ceremony you would have seen the Franchise Four announcements. SEN’s MLB Podcast host Craig Kernick did and he isn’t happy.