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Roos veteran open to West Coast move

Delisted Roo Drew Petrie has confirmed his interest to play on with the Eagles.

Read 11 minutes ago, Zero Hanger, West Coast Eagles

Why the Bulldogs won’t get near Sydney on Saturday

Why the Bulldogs won’t get near Sydney on Saturday

ANALYSIS It feels as though the Western Bulldogs are an accident waiting to happen in Saturday’s grand final showdown against Sydney. They’ve been up for four weeks, have had two tough road trips, knocked...

Read 36 minutes ago, The New Daily, Western Bulldogs

Port ruckman set to seek fresh start

Port ruckman set to seek fresh start

Power ruckman reportedly set to leave Alberton.

Read 59 minutes ago, Zero Hanger

AFL Predictions: Sydney vs Western Bulldogs

We head off to the big dance on Saturday, with minor premiers Sydney taking on the red-hot Western Bulldogs in what promises to be an enticing encounter. Will it be the consistency of the Swans or the...

Read 1 hour ago, Blindside Sport, Western Bulldogs

‘No doubt it set the club back’

FORMER Port Adelaide midfielder Kane Cornes says the Power’s 119-point loss to Geelong in the 2007 AFL Grand Final set the club back five or six years.

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Bevo won’t put leash on Dogs’ emotion

LUKE Beveridge refuses to contain 55 years of overflowing emotion from his club’s supporters, adamant it is powering his side’s premiership charge.

Read 1 hour ago, Herald Sun, Western Bulldogs

Kieren Jack’s parents won’t be at the MCG for their son’s grand final

Kieren Jack’s parents won’t be at the MCG for their son’s grand final

The parents of Sydney Swans co-captain Kieren Jack will not attend the 2016 AFL grand final on Saturday, after the midfielder reportedly decided to offer allocated family tickets to his girlfriend’s parents...

Read 2 hours ago, The New Daily

Alberti hopes fans’ heartaches ends

FOR Susan Alberti - a lifelong Western Bulldogs fan, the club’s vice-president and benefactor - it’s been an exhausting and exhilarating week.

Read 2 hours ago, Herald Sun, Western Bulldogs

‘The difference between tears and beers’

FLASHBACKS still haunt Ross Lyon. They haunt Cameron Mooney as well. Kicking for goal is never more crucial than in the big dance.

Read 2 hours ago, Herald Sun, St Kilda Saints

‘You just have to deal with it yourself’

‘You just have to deal with it yourself’

SYDNEY premiership player Barry Hall says players under injury clouds for the grand final need to ensure they don’t affect their teammates’ preparations.

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Ex-Dons coach joins Dees

Development boost for Dees as Goodwin reunites with ex-colleague

Read 3 hours ago, AFL, Essendon Bombers, Melbourne Demons

Former Essendon caretaker joins Melbourne

MELBOURNE has made a key appointment to its coaching panel, with former Essendon caretaker coach Matthew Egan joining as head of player development.

Read 3 hours ago, Fox Sports, Essendon Bombers

Petrie sees future in coaching

DELISTED North Melbourne spearhead Drew Petrie wants to coach should a potential move to West Coast not happen.

Read 3 hours ago, Herald Sun, North Melbourne Kangaroos

Swans duo firming to play

Optimism over co-captain and young gun after Swans training

Read 3 hours ago, AFL

Egan joins Demons

FORMER Essendon assistant coach Matthew Egan has joined Melbourne as head of player development. Egan, who worked with new Demons coach Simon Goodwin at the Bombers, will fill the role made vacant by Brendan...

Read 3 hours ago, K-Rock Football, Melbourne Demons

Picken carrying on the family tradition

LIAM Picken almost gave up on his dream of carrying on a family tradition of playing in VFL/AFL Grand Finals, but he could never quite let it go.

Read 3 hours ago, Herald Sun, Western Bulldogs

Macca deserves credit for Dogs’ run: JJ

WESTERN Bulldogs speedster Jason Johannisen believes former coach Brendan McCartney deserves some credit for his side’s stunning Grand Final run.

Read 3 hours ago, Herald Sun, Western Bulldogs

Longmire a coaching genius without plaudits

JOHN Longmire is a coaching genius. Almost without plaudits, he has elevated a team few believed in into the Grand Final, writes Jon Ralph.

Read 3 hours ago, Herald Sun, Sydney Swans

Swans’ depth will win the day: Hall

SWANS premiership captain Barry Hall says it’s not your best six players that win premierships but the worst six — and that’s why Sydney will win on Saturday.

Read 3 hours ago, Herald Sun, Sydney Swans

Grand Final down to bottom six: Hall

Grand Final down to bottom six: Hall

SWANS premiership captain Barry Hall says it’s not your best six players that win premierships but the worst six — and that’s why Sydney will win on Saturday.

Read 3 hours ago, Fox Sports