Archive for October, 2009

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A fierce ‘new’ North

NEW North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has forecast a fierce new game plan for his team as the club seeks to rebrand itself .

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Comments Off on Slap in face for Roy Boys

Slap in face for Roy Boys

MELBOURNE-based supporters of the Brisbane Lions have been let down once again by the AFL with the release of its 2010 fixture.

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Pacific solution to AFL recruitment

FOOTBALL legend Kevin Sheedy is spearheading a recruiting drive into Fiji and New Zealand.

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Lade rejects Hawks

HAWTHORN has failed in a bid to lure Brendon Lade and is set to launch a last- man-standing style competition for a place on its list.

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Comments Off on Blues top up Fev’s salary

Blues top up Fev’s salary

CARLTON’S stormy relationship with Brendan Fevola will continue next year, with the club admitting to paying some of his 2010 salary.

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McDonald defends North

North Melbourne football boss denies club struggling to build credible team around new senior coach Brad Scott.

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Comments Off on Tigers hopeful of re-drafting Polak

Tigers hopeful of re-drafting Polak

2:02pm Richmond is adamant it intends to re-draft tram accident victim Graham Polak.

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Comments Off on Magpies the big winners

Magpies the big winners

Magpies draw seven home games in a row at the MCG in the final seven rounds and travel interstate just four times in 2010.

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League wants to build hype

THE AFL has defended its decision to schedule one Grand Final rematch next season, declaring it is all about building suspense.

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Comments Off on Polak axed by Tigers

Polak axed by Tigers

ONLY an unlikely approach from a rival club will prevent Richmond from rookie-listing Graham Polak despite the Tigers delisting him.

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