Archive for February, 2010

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Morton felled by ruckmen’s demon

MELBOURNE has suffered a savage pre-season injury blow, with Cale Morton facing up to 12 weeks on the sidelines.

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Moles set for Dogs opener

ROOKIE Brodie Moles could be a shock addition to the Western Bulldogs for Round 1.

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Top marks for Docker coach Harvey

THE most vulnerable coach in the competition, Mark Harvey suddenly has a little piece of momentum.

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Rogue traders make secret deals

CLUBS chasing third-party deals to retain its stars risked destroying the integrity of competition, Bulldogs chief Campbell Rose warned.

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Ump decision costly: Roos

PAUL Roos will seek clarification on holding the ball interpretations after claiming an umpiring decision cost his side the game.  

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Swans pay for super slip-up

SYDNEY coach Paul Roos has queried the merit of the NAB Cup super goal rule after Mark Seaby cost his side victory over St Kilda.

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Big guns of small value?

IT WENT exactly as Collingwood had dreamed. Darren Jolly surged forward and took a pack mark 30m out straight in front.

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Fev can hit ton for Lions

BRISBANE Lions captain Jonathan Brown believes new forward partner Brendan Fevola could kick 100 goals this season.

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Plan to lock Nic to beat poachers

WEST Coast has made signing Nic Naitanui to a long-term contract a priority in order to head off bids from Gold Coast and GWS.

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Robbie’s next text

ONE of the first text messages Robbie Tarrant received after his North Melbourne senior debut came from the other side of the country.

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