Morning Glory


6:00am - 9:00am Monday to Friday

Wake up to Andy Maher and Andrew Gaze with Tim Watson joining the boys from 7 till 9 each morning. Listen to the hottest sports news and best interviews. Melbourne's 'must listen to' all sport breakfast show.

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  • Kreuzer comments a concern: Tim Watson

    Carlton should be apprehensive about ruckman Matthew Kreuzer’s future at the club after he failed to rule out a move in a recent press conference, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson on Brendon Bolton and Kreuzer

    Carlton is expected to announce the appointment of Brendon Bolton as their next senior coach and supporters should be satisfied with the decision, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson: Pies must play finals next year

    Considering the great expectations already on the young players at Collingwood the club must show significant improvement and play finals football next year, says Tim Watson.

  • What happens in NRL a disgrace: Paul Roos

    The trading system in the NRL is a disgrace and the AFL must be careful they do not allow precedents for similar moves by players to be planned long before their contract expire, says Paul Roos.

  • Tim Watson flogs Barrett for Lions gaffe

    Football journalist Damian Barrett copped a flogging on Morning Glory from Tim Watson for his inaccurate story of a falling out between two Brisbane players.

  • Tim Watson on Hird, Blues & COLA

    Essendon is in free-fall on the field simply unable to compete with most teams for a lengthy period of time but sacking James Hird does not solves their problems, says Tim Watson.

  • Some will presume Cats cheated: Tim Watson

    There will always be some of the football public that will believe Geelong went outside the rules during their recent premiership era thanks to a few exuberant Herald Sun headlines, says Tim Watson.

  • Pies duo highlight drugs paradox: Tim Watson

    It is such a blatant contradiction that AFL players are willing to take illicit drugs, yet spend the rest of their time doing all they can to improve their fitness, says Tim Watson.

  • Herald Sun story load of rubbish: Mooney

    Former Geelong star Cameron Mooney has strongly denied claims in a Herald Sun exclusive that the Cats had a link with disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank.

  • Dons talking to Barrett okay: Tim Watson

    Essendon made a wise decision by offering journalist Damian Barrett the opportunity to exclusively discuss a scheduled football department review, says Tim Watson.

  • Pup done and dusted, sad day: Rodney Hogg

    The Test career of Australia captain Michael Clarke is all but over after he made another uncomfortable and brief appearance at the crease in England, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Watson: AFL does deals

    Essendon legend Tim Watson says claims by former Sydney chairman Richard Colless that AFL commission chairman Mike Fitzpatrick unleashed an expletive-laden tirade on him for recruiting Lance Franklin is evidence the league makes deals behind the scenes.

  • Not much Jobe can do now: Tim Watson

    Essendon captain Jobe Watson has taken an overseas break after undergoing shoulder surgery with the full support of the club, says Tim Watson.