• Beveridge: We still believe

    Despite the ever increasing injury list at the Western Bulldogs, coach Luke Beveridge still believes his side is capable of pushing deep into September.

  • Neil Balme understands Bomber’s claim

    Collingwood director of football Neil Balme understand why Mark Thompson has revealed that he felt betrayed when Geelong moved on multiple premiership players.

  • Greg Denham gives a whack to Richmond

    After a very disappointing season that will see the club miss out on finals football Richmond has received a hefty spray from Greg Denham who believes they have made some very poor decisions of late.

  • KB: The game is proud of you, Boomer

    Richmond great and fellow 400-game player Kevin Bartlett has tipped his hat to Brent Harvey who will break the game’s all-time matches played record on Saturday night.

  • We don’t die wondering: Matt Finnis

    St Kilda supporters would agree with club chief executive Matt Finnis that watching the team play this year has been an exciting experience given the intensity they have brought on game day.

  • Burgoyne is the most clutch: Tim Watson

    Hawthorn veteran Shaun Burgoyne is the most clutch player in the AFL right now and is somehow playing some of his best football fourteen years into his career, according to Tim Watson.

  • Robbo talks Tom Lynch & Jobe’s medal

    Gold Coast key forward Tom Lynch was exceptional against Hawthorn and the youngster played extremely well particularly given he was the Suns’ only real target, says Mark Robinson.

  • Draftees are told what’s what: Scott Lucas

    Teenagers entering the AFL are given clear examples of how associating with the wrong people or embracing a reckless lifestyle as a professional athlete can quickly ruin a career, says Scott Lucas.

  • Patrick Smith: Sam’s rant vile, sack him

    The comments made by Sam Newman during an extended rant directed at Caroline Wilson on The Footy Show last week were foul, vile and offensive to all women, says Patrick Smith.

  • KB: Danger won’t be cited, trust me

    There is no chance that the Match Review Panel will classify Paddy Dangerfield’s knee to the head of St Kilda defender Jarryn Geary as anything that may get him suspended, says Kevin Bartlett.

  • Hard to judge Bucks now: David King

    It is nearly impossible for anyone to fairly decide if Nathan Buckley is a senior coach capable of developing a squad into a premiership contending team, says David King.

  • Ben Cousins taken to hospital by police

    Former West Coast Eagles star midfielder Ben Cousins has reportedly been taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital by police for a health check-up after an incident.

  • Lucas: Media ban hurts your fans the most Richmond

    Richmond’s reluctance to allow their players and staff to talk to the media in the wake of last week’s controversy surrounding comments made by Eddie McGuire about Caroline Wilson is hurting fans of the club the most, says Scott Lucas.

  • Jack Newnes on the Geelong upset and Seb Ross

    St. Kilda’s dramatic surprise victory over premiership favourites Geelong is among the greatest victories Jack Newnes has been involved in, and also believes fellow young midfielder Sebastian Ross’ game on superstar Patrick Dangerfield was the best game he has played.