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Essendon supplements saga: Federal Court hearing day two

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Daniel Cherny

Live coverage of day two of the Federal Court hearing into the legality of ASADA's inquiry into Essendon's controversial supplements program. Suspended Essendon coach James Hird said he disagreed with public statements made by then Essendon chairman David Evans and Evans' successor, Paul Little, throughout 2013, but never said anything contrary in public.

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James Hird cross-examined

Bombers return to the Federal Court for day two of hearings into Essendon's controversial supplements program and ASADA's subsequent investigation, Daniel Cherny reports.

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