• Brereton on Adelaide and Fremantle

    Adelaide have raised the bar after their outstanding first quarter against West Coast on Sunday, according to former Hawthorn legend Dermott Brereton.

  • Cameraman edges Lingy for Goose of the Week

    The infamous cameraman who bowled over Usain Bolt after his 200m win in the Bird’s Nest while driving a Segway has edged out Cameron Ling for goose of the week.

  • Day playing unexplainable golf: Marko

    Jason Day is on some kind of form streak and is playing golf at a level that is largely unexplainable when you look at the statistics, says Mark Allen.

  • Ironic if Dogs denied Etihad final: Wallace

    It would be stunningly ironic if the Bulldogs were declined their supposed right to play a home final at Etihad Stadium given how much the arena deal has cost them in recent years, says Terry Wallace.

  • Tim Watson talks Ross Lyon & Bombers

    Fremantle should do all it can to maximise their chances of winning a premiership but the AFL must protect the integrity of the final round, says Tim Watson.

  • Andy Maher on Kreuzer, Blues & Treloar

    Carlton does want to keep ruckman Matthew Kreuzer at Princes Park but they understand it will not be all so bad if he decides to leave, says Andy Maher.

  • Mike Sheahan: Signs are there Stevie J

    The warning signs are clearly there that Steve Johnson should retire after this season finishing his career a one-club player, says Mike Sheahan.

  • Essendon need a complete club rebuild - Connolly

    Rohan Connolly has taken aim at the Essendon Football Club, saying the poor attendance for Saturday night's game against Richmond was a sign that many supporters were fed up and that the club requires a complete rebuild.

  • Bart Cummings passes away

    Bart Cummings, the legendary trainer of 12 Melbourne Cup winning horses, has passed away at the age of 87 surrounded by family at his homestead in north-western Sydney.

  • Just be honest with old Cats: Brereton

    It is absolutely imperative that Geelong be honest with the large group of veteran stars that may need to be told their careers cannot continue at the club, says Dermott Brereton.

  • Not many want the big jobs: David King

    The group of prospective senior coaches for Essendon and Adelaide to choose from is worryingly small and features even fewer untried men, says David King.

  • Buckley disregards typical Magpie hate

    All the misquoting, finger pointing and doubting from the media after Collingwood were belted by Richmond last weekend did not surprise coach Nathan Buckley.

  • Robbo: Bolton starting at ground zero

    The task set before new Carlton coach Brendon Bolton is a big one because if just some of the rumours are true about the Blues he will not have much to start with at Princes Park, says Mark Robinson.

  • Cats are average, face brutal cull: Scott

    Geelong is an average team of the competition and deciding the playing futures of a number of ageing stars will be a brutal challenge, says Chris Scott.

  • History says Dixon will leave: Rocket

    Gold Coast forward Charlie Dixon will likely leave the club at the end of the season and the Suns will not offer anything more to tempt him to stay, says Rodney Eade.

  • Pies should re-sign Bucks: David King

    Collingwood should not even consider holding out on giving coach Nathan Buckley a contract extension despite having a second consecutive mid-season collapse, says David King.

  • Neil Balme: Menzel story fantastic thing

    Collingwood director of football Neil Balme is hopeful that Daniel Menzel can have a good game at the MCG tonight, despite playing against the Magpies.