It would be fair to say the 2019 season has not gone according to plan for Mitch McGovern after arriving from Adelaide in the 2018 trade period. Continue reading “Patience: Mitch McGovern will repay the Blues faith”
The season has not exactly gone according to plan for Chad Wingard with injury restricting the new Hawk to only nine games thus far in 2019. Continue reading “A glimpse of the old Chad Wingard”
On Monday North Melbourne announced that Majak Daw would make his football return at VFL level this week and had also signed a contract extension for the 2020 season. Continue reading “Welcome back, Majak Daw”
Essendon host GWS Thursday night in what looms as a must win game for the Bombers to keep alive their finals aspirations for the 2019 season.
Dan Hannebery has not played an AFL game since the 2018 Elimination final. Continue reading “Dan Hannebery closing in on AFL return”
Sitting 17th on the ladder after nine rounds, the season has not quite gone according to plan for North Melbourne to date. Continue reading “Jared Polec a positive for the struggling Roos”
David Mundy joined an exclusive club when he played game 300 against the Western Bulldogs last Saturday night. Continue reading “David Mundy still has plenty to offer at the top level”
Drafted with pick 12 in the 2018 draft it has not taken long for the highly rated Zak Butters to make his mark at Port Adelaide.
A year ago it was reported that James Hird was being considered for an analyst role with the Fremantle Dockers.
There is never good timing for a player to be injured. Less than two months before round one, this is exactly what Port Adelaide is faced with after Ollie Wines dislocated his shoulder in a water skiing accident.