Morning Glory

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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.

Latest Audio

  • Browny on ugly footy and early success

    Former Brisbane Lions star forward Jonathan Brown does not want to see the AFL make any overzealous knee-jerk rule changes to stop congestions but concedes something must be done.

  • If Cats land three, contenders: Tim Watson

    If Geelong were somehow able to lure their three main recruiting targets this year they would immediately become premiership contenders, says Tim Watson.

  • Goodes considering immediate retirement

    Swans superstar Adam Goodes walking away from the game prematurely due to a torrent of abuse from AFL crowds would be devastating, according to AFL Players’ Association CEO Paul Marsh.

  • Tim Watson on Lewis Jetta gesture

    Lewis Jetta aboriginal-inspired war dance goal celebration at Domain Stadium on Sunday night will not stop crowds from booing Adam Goodes, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson: Suns should keep Bennell

    Gold Coast midfielder Harley Bennell has shown genuine remorse for his bad behavioural issues off the field and the Suns should keep him, says Tim Watson.

  • Saints have faith in Richo: Finnis

    St Kilda has proven how much faith they have in their senior coach Alan Richardson by extending his contract to the end of 2018, says Matt Finnis.

  • Watson: Push for female field ump fantastic

    It is a great initiative by the AFL to make it a priority that women are given every opportunity to participate in the sport at an officiating level, says Tim Watson.

  • Crows are fit and ready to play: Jenkins

    Adelaide is physically ready to make a run at a finals spot and have made it through the worst of the emotional struggles associated with the tragic death of their former coach Phil Walsh, says Josh Jenkins.

  • Rodney Hogg: Warner’s shot crazy stuff

    If David Warner really wants to be in the top echelon of Test batsmen in the world then he cannot flagrantly throw his bat at second-rate bowlers, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Tim Watson on stoppages, Riewoldt & Tomic

    It is very important that the lawmakers of the AFL do not make a drastic change as a knee-jerk reaction to the rising number of stoppages in the game, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson on Friday night & Boomer as sub

    It is a very lucrative opportunity for a team to play football on Friday night and it ought to be made available to a wider scope of teams in the competition, says Tim Watson.

  • How I would fix footy: Malthouse

    Mick Malthouse believes it is essential that the AFL keeps tinkering with the rules to improve the game and there are a number of things he would like to see changed.