• Newbold talks Clarko, Hartung & Ratten

    Hawthorn president Andrew Newbold has credited much of their success to the support team that the club has been able to put around coach Alastair Clarkson.

  • Eagles chairman rubbishes Chick claims

    West Coast chairman Alan Cransberg has unequivocally dismissed claims by former Eagles player Daniel Chick that the drug culture was much worse at the club in their 2006 premiership season.

  • We loved Chicky, he wouldn’t lie: Derm

    All Hawthorn people will fondly remember Daniel Chick as a player who gave everything he had for the club and he would not publicly lie about his past, says Dermott Brereton.

  • Tim Watson: Toumpas for a low pick, ouch!

    It is huge blow for Melbourne that they are looking to offload former number four pick Jimmy Toumpas to Port Adelaide for just a second-round selection, says Tim Watson.

  • Fevola finally over Clarko denying his ton

    Former Carlton forward Brendan Fevola has finally gotten over the night when Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson prevented him from kicking 100 goals in a season.

  • Robert Walls: SOS was devastated in ‘86

    Carlton great Stephen Silvagni knows exactly how Hawthorn speedster Billy Hartung feels after he was dropped from the side to play in the Grand Final.

  • Robbo: Dons have already chosen Woosha

    Essendon has already decided that John Worsfold will succeed James Hird as coach of the club despite the Bombers claiming their search is still ongoing, says Mark Robinson.

  • Nic Nat looks out of sorts: David King

    The chances of West Coast beating Hawthorn on Saturday in the Grand Final may rest on whether Nic Naitanui is anywhere close to full fitness, says David King.

  • Embley, Harf & Gossage on Daniel Chick

    Former West Coast player Andrew Embley has unequivocally dismissed claims from ex-teammate Daniel Chick that the drugs problem at the Eagles was much deeper than first thought.

  • Jon Ralph stings Gillon, Chick & Patrick Smith

    Gillon McLachlan made a serious blunder when he accidentally revealed on national television that he knows the result of the Brownlow Medal before the count even starts, says Jon Ralph.