Archive for August, 2010
Hawthorn’s Travis Tuck has been suspended for 12 matches by the AFL after his third strike under the League’s illicit drugs policy.
Geelong again dominates the nominations for this year’s All Australian team with seven Cats players among the initial 40 announced by the AFL.
Mick Malthouse has weighed into the drugs debate, saying the AFL’s three strikes policy does a disservice to those it aims to help and protect.
Hawthorn’s Travis Tuck faces a lengthy ban and a heavy fine after becoming the first-ever AFL player to have breached the league’s three-strikes drug policy.
North Melbourne has announced the delisting of five players, only one of whom, veteran forward Corey Jones, has retired.
Sydney FC have signed Brazilian Bruno Cazarine on a one-year deal after the striker impressed them during a recent trial.
Mark Thompson tossed the first hand grenade on Monday and St Kilda coach Ross Lyon lobbed it back with interest the following day.
Hawthorn are investigating whether there was an attempt to cover up a drug-related incident involving player Travis Tuck.
Dual Brownlow Medallist Adam Goodes has drawn comparisons with the Sydney side that made an unlikely post-season charge in 2003, as the Swans prepare for one last run at premiership glory under popular coach Paul Roos.