Jon Pierik 6:15 PM Essendon chairman Paul Little has defended the performance of his board amid another tumultuous year, as voting opens for two vacant positions.
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Former Essendon ruckman Paddy Ryder says he had lost his passion for football at the Bombers and his move to Port Adelaide has given him a new lease of life.
Daniel Cherny ASADA'S key witness in its case against the 34 current and former Essendon players issued with infraction notices will meet briefly on Thursday with ASADA to finalise the statement upon which the anti-drugs agency will rely.
Essendon are again a club in the black, reporting a net profit of $721,517 compared with last season's $2.15 million windfall.
Ronny Lerner New Bomber James Gwilt is not concerned by the possibility of a large number of his team-mates being suspended for the early part of next season.
Jon Pierik Lawyers for the 34 Essendon players facing anti-doping bans have reached out to former Essendon fitness boss Dean Robinson to help clear their names.
Daniel Cherny Essendon have thrown their hat into the ring to play in VFL curtain-raisers, with the Bombers targetting games against Geelong and the Western Bulldogs as opportunities for VFL/AFL double-headers. It emerged last week that the AFL was keen on going back to the future by bringing back curtain-raisers for selected games in Melbourne.
Rohan Connolly Grass roots campaigning has achieved much in the political sphere recently. Now two candidates for the Essendon board hope the strategy can prove as effective in the football world.
Jon Pierik The AFL is expected to argue the anti-doping tribunal case involving 34 current and former Essendon players be open, placing the league at odds with the AFL Players Association.
Caroline Wilson Whichever way you present it, the AFL’s decision to clear Essendon players Jobe Watson and Dustin Fletcher to play in Saturday’s international rules match against Ireland is one that plunges this dreadful story further into an abyss shadowed throughout the journey by illogical and occasionally immoral choices.
Jon Pierik The 34 former and current Essendon players issued with infraction notices want their cases to be heard behind closed doors.
Rohan Connolly Former Essendon champion full-forward Matthew Lloyd is returning to his old club as a specialist goalkicking coach.
Jake Niall Current and former Essendon players have been placed on the register of findings by an anti-doping panel, with the AFL expected to take the next step and issue infraction notices against those 34 players.
Caroline Wilson Paul Little's handling of Mark Thompson on Wednesday remains symbolic of the unprecedented football disaster area the Essendon Football Club has become.