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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  • Andy Maher on putrid Eagles & contenders

    It will take some time for the majority of the West Coast playing group to come to terms with their heavy loss in the Grand Final against Hawthorn, says Andy Maher.

  • 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.

  • Andy Maher slams Buddy marriage advice

    A piece written in the Daily Telegraph advising Lance Franklin and Jesinta Campbell to postpone their wedding is putrid journalism, says Andy Maher.

  • Andrew McKay on Henderson, Yarran & Giants

    Lachie Henderson does want to be traded to Geelong but that does not mean Carlton will be held ransom to accepting a less than fair offer for the forward.

  • Dees mega offer for Paddy likely real: Watson

    The reports of a mega deal offered to Patrick Dangerfield by Melbourne are likely somewhere around the mark but it will not be enough to change his mind, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson: Cats offer seems a bit light

    The reported deal put to Paddy Dangerfield seems to come up a bit short considering the midfielder is considered a top-five player in the league, says Tim Watson.

  • Fair for Crows to match Danger offer: Watson

    No one should expect Adelaide to simply let Paddy Dangerfield walk out of the club for pick 13 in the draft if the Crows believe they can do better by matching Geelong’s offer, says Tim Watson.

  • Wallsy takes swipe at selfish Malthouse

    Mick Malthouse was selfish and disrespectful to Carlton during his final months of coaching the club because he could not handle the pressure of not receiving a contract extension, says Robert Walls.

  • Hawks not sweating on Crowley: Fagan

    Hawthorn will not be wasting any energy at all worrying about whether Fremantle tagger Ryan Crowley will play his first game in over a year on Friday night, says Chris Fagan.

  • Tim Watson on Dons job, Buddy & Danger

    It is not surprising at all that Essendon has decided to include Brendan McCartney in the interview process as they search for a new senior coach, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson on Jack Watts, Buddy & Lake

    It is unsurprising and even expected that Melbourne coach Paul Roos has chosen not to make any guarantees to Jack Watts regarding his future at the club, says Tim Watson.

  • Tim Watson on Dogs future & Tigers loss

    They played in what many described as the game of the season, but unfortunately for the Western Bulldogs it was the last game of their season.

  • It’s still awkward seeing Carey: Archer

    Glenn Archer admits it is sad that the chemistry within the team he won premierships with as a player will never be the same after Wayne Carey had an affair with Anthony Stevens’ wife.

  • Daniel Cross talks Dees and Bob Murphy

    Recently retired Daniel Cross will look back on the final two years of his career at Melbourne fondly and is thankful to the club for extending his career.

  • Sheedy on Woosha, Stevie J & Caroline Wilson

    Essendon did nothing wrong by travelling to Adelaide in a bid to secretly convince Crows director of coaching John Worsfold to apply for the Bombers job, says Kevin Sheedy.

  • Thommo: More to footy than getting a kick

    It will not be easy for Harley Bennell to simply move to another club and change his undisciplined ways if he is given a second chance in the AFL, says Nathan Thompson.