You don't post things like that without expecting some sort of reaction. Think it's quite amusing how quickly media outlets have run with it despite not knowing what's behind it"
Simon White wears many hats at WAtoday, among them occasional (and often random) writing.
Retiring Fremantle legend Matthew Pavlich joked that he entered the AFL a "chubby, pimply 17-year-old" and leaves it a "grey-haired, chubby 34-year-old" but he has also urged his teammates to "try their guts out" against the Western Bulldogs on Sunday and turn a disastrous 2016 season into something positive.
There were no boos for Hayden Ballantyne on Sunday as Dockers fans made it clear they would rather their club give the pesky small forward a multi-year contract extension than finish his career elsewhere.
Channel 7 is again wearing flak from Perth-based AFL fans, this time for cutting off its Sunday broadcast before the Dockers great was chaired off the ground.
Ross Lyon has issued a stinging rebuke to his Fremantle players after the worst loss of his coaching career in Matthew Pavlich's 350th AFL game - noting "men win football games" and that another team of men had done just that.
In the six years that I spent outside WA, between 2005 and 2011, people I met invariably had two reactions when they heard I was a Fremantle Dockers supporter.
The Snapchat photo of Jesse Hogan buying a house in Perth is absolutely legitimate - but Dockers fans shouldn't get too excited because there is little chance of the star centre-half-forward living in it any time soon.
West Coast legend Glen Jakovich says he came frighteningly close to "snotting" his own brother on the MCG and can understand why some people might say the Eagles' 2006 premiership is "tainted".
WA footy fans have reacted angrily to Ken Judge's apparent omission from a tribute video at the AFL Hall of Fame function on Tuesday night.
When I finally signed up for a Dockers membership this year, I never figured the season would be 10 games old without me having the chance to hear Freo's song in victory.