• KB's Take: A-League fan turmoil

    Soccer is in fan turmoil. Last weekend we had Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers fans leave the ground in mass. They were protesting on the naming and shaming of 198 banned supporters.

  • Bombers fan engagement

    Essendon Chief Executive Xavier Campbell says the club is keen to thank its members for their support throughout the ugly supplements saga that has engulfed the Bombers for the last three years.

  • Susie O'Brien defends A-League column

    Morning Glory hosts Andy Maher and Andrew Gaze have had a fiery debate with Herald Sun columnist Susie O'Brien, after she labelled a section of A-League fans as little more than "suburban terrorists"

  • Boland 20kg lighter and ready for a Baggy Green

    Victorian paceman Scott Boland has been added to the Test squad as cover if any injuries strike during the West Indies series and he has worked hard to be close to realising a dream.

  • Jobe & Roo don’t have to be captain: Marko

    Veteran duo Jobe Watson and Nick Riewoldt do not need to officially be the captain of their clubs and should consider relinquishing their positions, says Mark Allen.

  • Andy Maher on Cripps captaincy call & Buddy

    There is no chance that new Carlton coach Brendon Bolton could possibly see any good reason to give the captaincy to emerging star Patrick Cripps, says Andy Maher.

  • AFL money warning propaganda: Greg Denham

    It is misleading of the AFL to try and present the latest financial figures in a way that suggests clubs are overspending and running the league into debt, says Greg Denham.

  • Coulter-Nile named in Test squad

    Un-capped fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile has been called up to the Australian Test squad as a replacement for the injured Mitchell Starc for the opening match in the upcoming Test series against the West Indies.

  • Dal Santo: We're a long way off Hawthorn

    Veteran North Melbourne midfielder Nick Dal Santo says the Roos are still a long way off Hawthorn, despite playing off in two straight preliminary finals.

  • Windies matches will be very short: Haigh

    The three Test series against the West Indies will not be a great spectacle and will unlikely see any of the games go longer than three days, says Gideon Haigh.

  • Buddy hungry to get back and see mates

    Lance Franklin has spoken publicly about his recent troubles with a mental issue and revealed that he is eager to get back to playing football with Sydney next year.