There is no such thing as a certainty in footy.
Or is there?
We’ve got certainties for Friday night footy, but with eight other games in Round 11, we’ve taken a
Carlton youngster Matthew Cottrell has the potential to become a 150-game player, according to Blues great Robert Walls.
The 22-year-old wingman arrived at Carlton via 2019 pre-season supplemental selection period
David King has rubbished Caroline Wilson’s claims that he’s been looking to entice West Coast coach Adam Simpson back to Arden Street, stating he does not influence any decisions
Caroline Wilson claims Kane Cornes’ criticism of North Melbourne’s recruiting led to Glenn Luff’s sudden resignation.
Cornes questioned the Kangaroos’ recruitment strategy on Channel Nine’s Footy Classified on Monday
Richmond legend Matthew Richardson has voiced his displeasure at the current state of AFL rules.
Following a weekend where several games were in the spotlight for perceived excessive free kick
Kane Cornes believes Carlton coach Michael Voss wishes to reunite with Port Adelaide wingman Karl Amon.
The unrestricted free agent has a decision to make at the end of the
North Melbourne GM of Football Talent Brady Rawlings has shed further light on the mid-season departures of three key members of their recruiting department.
As reported by SEN’s Sam Edmund,
Carlton will this year step back from the frontline of the trade and free agency windows to focus on the draft.
The Blues have been among the most active players
Who is Melbourne’s most likely challenger?
It’s a question that continues to be posed as the Dees keep winning, with their most recent victory coming against North Melbourne on Saturday.
Collingwood great Nathan Buckley has heaped praise on Hawthorn coach Sam Mitchell and the club at large following their upset win over Brisbane on Sunday.
The Hawks won a 117-112