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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

  • Rodney Hogg’s Ashes preview

    Missing dynamic fast bowler Ryan Harris for the entire Ashes is a big blow for Australia as they look to win their first Test series against England since 2001, says Rodney Hogg.

  • David King on illicit drugs, Swans & Walsh

    The AFL Players Association should stop wasting their time trying to use meaningless statistics to downplay the league’s drug problem, says David King.

  • A great footy man, a great man: Rucci

    It is a horrible tragedy that Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh has been allegedly murdered by his 26-year-old son and there is no chance his team will play on the weekend, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • We didn't ask Lyon the question: Trigg

    Carlton CEO Steven Trigg has reaffirmed his side did not ask Fremantle coach Ross Lyon if he would be interested in coaching the Blues next season.

  • Richmond close to a top four side - King

    The re-signing of Jack Riewoldt and Alex Rance shows Richmond are ready for finals football, however they need a few more pieces to become a top four side says David King.

  • David King on Suns, drugs policy & Buddy

    The drugs scandal that has rocked the Gold Coast Suns has highlighted how ineffective the AFL’s current illicit drugs policy is and how poor the culture is at the new franchise, says David King.

  • David King on Karmichael, Hird & Mitchell

    Former Gold Coast player Karmichael Hunt has revealed in testimony that cocaine use was widespread at the Suns and the AFL is expected to instigate an independent investigation.

  • Warriors play and party together: Bogut

    Usually teams in the NBA have more of an office-like atmosphere amongst the players, you go to work and rarely spend time with your colleagues outside of business hours.

  • Tim Watson: Pies very close to top four

    After losing away to ladder leaders Fremantle by just seven points Collingwood has proved they are awfully close to being a top four team, says Tim Watson.

  • Hawks won’t kowtow to AFL, want pure draft

    Hawthorn president Andrew Newbold has called upon other clubs in the AFL to join his club’s stance in a demand for a pure draft and salary cap amid equalisation reforms.

  • Matildas don’t fear anyone: Alen Stajcic

    Matildas manager Alen Stajcic believes his players do not fear any opponent in the World Cup after they defeated Brazil 1-0 in Canada to reach the quarterfinals of the tournament.

  • Tim Watson on Danger/Campo and Hawks pressure

    Hawthorn showed why they are still many people’s flag favourites this season by defeating Adelaide by 29 points, but the biggest talking point out of the game happened on the bench.

  • Watson: lay off Dangerfield

    Tim Watson has leapt to the defence of Patrick Dangerfield, saying most of the criticism aimed at the Crows star is due to an unfortunate choice of words.

  • Rowdy State of Origin fans a disgrace: Maher

    New South Wales' thrilling 26-18 win over Queensland at the MCG last night has been overshadowed by the rowdy behavior of members of the crowd during a minute silence for legendary Olympian Ron Clarke.