• Griffen will cop abuse from Dogs: Mooney

    GWS midfielder Ryan Griffen will be under a lot of pressure to perform this weekend against his former team and should expect to hear it from opposition supporters, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Laid-back Fletch wants win in 400th game

    Dustin Fletcher is more concerned about helping Essendon earn four points on Saturday night than get too caught up in the occasion of playing in his 400th game of league football.

  • The media can influence weak clubs: Balme

    A club that is disjointed, under pressure and generally weak can be influenced by the media when it comes to making important decisions, says Neil Balme.

  • Tim Watson on Caro’s Adam Goodes story

    It is unfair and arrogant of Caroline Wilson to make a broad assessment on the reason why Hawthorn fans booed Adam Goodes last Saturday night, says Tim Watson.

  • KB's Take: Sydney v Carlton will be one to watch

    With the dismissal of Mick Malthouse as coach during the week, Kevin Bartlett believes Carlton has a huge opportunity against the Swans tonight, and that the game will be compelling viewing.

  • Robbo: Mick has back flipped on Betts call

    Recently sacked Carlton coach Mick Malthouse has backtracked on comments he made regarding the contract negotiations between former Blue Eddie Betts and Adelaide, says Mark Robinson.

  • Blues must play & decide on seven: Terry Wallace

    It is essential that Carlton use the rest of this season to determine which players they want to keep for the future and those that can be traded or delisted, says Terry Wallace.

  • Jon Ralph on upset Dimma, Mick interview & 3 stings

    It is hypocritical of Richmond coach Damien Hardwick to walk out on a press conference in a huff because he is unhappy with media speculation surrounding the future of Alex Rance, says Jon Ralph.

  • Gale on Motlop and Rance

    Richmond CEO Brendon Gale has not denied reports that Richmond are chasing Geelong speedster Steven Motlop.

  • Blues caretaker keeping it simple

    Interim Carlton coach John Barker said he is not putting high expectations on his team ahead of tomorrow night’s game against Sydney at the SCG.

  • KB's Take: Polly gets my vote

    This weekend's AFL round celebrates the invaluable contribution of indigenous people to the game, and Kevin Bartlett nominates Polly Farmer as his favourite indigenous player of all time.