Archive for July, 2009
RICHMOND says Matthew Richardson is still a chance to play for the Tigers despite lasting just 10 minutes in his return with Coburg.
IT was somehow fitting that Brad Johnson and Lindsay Gilbee combined exquisitely to set up the Western Bulldogs’ first goal.
RICHARD Pratt was outraged. t was the first year of his presidency at Carlton and Pratt was filthy with the club’s poor stadium deal.
THE only cause for celebration in the Blues’ rooms was that a bullet had been dodged.
RELIEF was the overwhelming emotion Adam Simpson felt last night as he came to terms with the end of his stellar career.
IN THE end, Carlton had to dig deep to replicate the spirit that is its opposition’s admirable trademark.
ADELAIDE coach Neil Craig says the Crows need to enter their fifth consecutive finals series with a genuine scalp.
GROWING up in country Victoria, Troy Chaplin is happy to admit he knew nothing of the great tradition of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
HAWTHORN people were publicly coy this week when addressing the departure of chief executive Ian Robson.
THE Darren Milburn story is quite simple. He is a high-class footballer with a strong family ethic and a fascination with major sport in the US.