Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide must be considered a 2020 AFL premiership threat

Last year, the AFL preseason hype centred on teams like Melbourne, Essendon and Carlton, but the surprise packets of 2020 were Brisbane. The Lions did not disappoint from an outstanding start to the season and coach Chris Fagan attributed the change in fortune to the players’ attitude and leadership,...

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1 week ago, The Roar, Port Adelaide Power

Tennis star Halep tours Port Adelaide

World No. 4 ranked women’s tennis player Simona Halep has shared her experiences with the Port Adelaide Football Club.

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1 week ago, Herald Sun, Port Adelaide Power

The three big questions facing Port Adelaide, Richmond and St Kilda

Nick Dal Santo has posed the biggest questions that he is asking of the 18 AFL clubs leading into the 2020 season. These are questions that we hope to have answered and will watch with interest over the course of the year. The former All-Australian midfielder has asked the following of the Power, Tigers...

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1 week ago, SEN, Port Adelaide Power, Richmond Tigers, St Kilda Saints

Port Adelaide AFL Fantasy Classic Prices 2020

Port Adelaide averaged 395.1 Disposals in 2019 (Rank 2) recording 400 Disposals or more in a total of 10 games (Rank 2), the Power averaged 411.4 Disposals from winning games & 378.9 Disposals from losing games. There was a shift in game style controlling the ball more often last season, Port Adelaide...

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2 weeks ago, Dreamteam Talk, Fantasy, Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide’s top 20 players of the decade

Port Adelaide finished the decade in the same position it started it – 10th.

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3 weeks ago, Herald Sun, Port Adelaide Power

Jonas not concerned by Port Adelaide captaincy criticism

Port Adelaide’s Tom Jonas insists he has no issue with criticism directed at him becoming sole captain of the club. The Power last week announced that Jonas will be the stand-alone skipper for 2020 just one year after he and Ollie Wines were appointed as co-captains. Prior to the announcement becoming...

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1 month ago, SEN, Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide scrap AFL co-captaincy model

Port Adelaide have scrapped their co-captaincy model after just one AFL season following a backlash from supporters. Defender Tom Jonas will be Port’s sole captain for the 2020 season after sharing the leadership role last season with Ollie Wines. Port president David Koch says Wines has been “selfless”...

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1 month ago, The Roar, Port Adelaide Power

Captaincy backflip shows people power rules at Port Adelaide

Ten months after making one of the biggest and boldest calls in its history, Port Adelaide no longer has the conviction to stand by it.

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1 month ago, Herald Sun, Port Adelaide Power

Nod for Jonas: Port Adelaide scrap co-captaincy model

Port Adelaide have scrapped their co-captaincy model after just one AFL season following a backlash from supporters.

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1 month ago, The Age, Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide will have just one skipper in 2020. Kane Cornes does NOT like the frontrunner

It is widely expected that Port Adelaide will revert to its tradition of having just one captain in 2020, with Tom Jonas expected to lead the club.

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1 month ago, Fox Sports, Port Adelaide Power

Jonas to go it alone as Port Adelaide captain in 2020

Port Adelaide is poised to confirm reports that it will dump its controversial co-captaincy model by demoting Ollie Wines and have Tom Jonas lead the club in his own right next year.

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1 month ago, Herald Sun, Port Adelaide Power

Who is the right man to lead Port Adelaide?

Kane Cornes has questioned whether Tom Jonas is the right man to captain Port Adelaide. It is being reported that the Power will revert to a sole skipper in 2020, scrapping their co-captaincy model after just one season. Midfielder Ollie Wines will be dumped from the joint leadership role, leaving key...

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1 month ago, SEN, Port Adelaide Power

Report: Port Adelaide to make captaincy change

Port Adelaide is set to go with one captain for the 2020 season. The Power will celebrate their 150th anniversary next year and in doing so, will revert back to their tradition of having a stand-alone skipper. It is being reported that Tom Jonas will be appointed as the sole captain with Ollie Wines...

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1 month ago, SEN, Port Adelaide Power

Power to travel to Sunshine Coast for pre-season camp

For the second year in-a-row, Port Adelaide will travel to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for a pre-season training camp.

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1 month ago, Port Adelaide Power, Port Adelaide Power, Gold Coast Suns

How Tyson Goldsack found his way to Port Adelaide

Tyson Goldsack has revealed how he came to swap the black and white stripes of Collingwood for the black, white and teal of Port Adelaide. The recently retired 2010 premiership player has joined Port in a development and playing role, similar to that of Brett Deledio and Andy Otten at Hawthorn. Speaking...

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1 month ago, SEN, Port Adelaide Power

Westhoff steps up for Big Issue

Power utility joined athletes from around Australia in a bid to help homelesness

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1 month ago, Port Adelaide Power, Port Adelaide Power

Goldsack to embrace the history of Port Adelaide

Former Collingwood premiership player ready for SANFL leadership role

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1 month ago, Port Adelaide Power, Port Adelaide Power

Best 22 projections for 2020: Port Adelaide, Richmond and St Kilda

Best 22 projections for 2020: Port Adelaide, Richmond and St Kilda

Today, we've looked at the potential best 22's of Port Adelaide, Richmond and St Kilda. The post Best 22 projections for 2020: Port Adelaide, Richmond and St Kilda appeared first on Zero Hanger.

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1 month ago, Zero Hanger, Port Adelaide Power, Richmond Tigers, St Kilda Saints

Goldsack joins Port Adelaide

Former Collingwood defender joins Port Adelaide

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1 month ago, Port Adelaide Power, Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide great Kane Cornes believes Geelong can win the flag in 2020, despite losing superstar midfielder Tim Kelly

Geelong may have lost a star midfielder to another premiership contender in October, but Port Adelaide great Kane Cornes believes they have the list to go all the way in 2020.

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1 month ago, Fox Sports, Geelong Cats, Port Adelaide Power

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