Geelong Cats

Scott Selwood to undergo ankle surgery

Scott and Joel Selwood have been re-united.

Daniel Cherny 6:56 PM   Scott Selwood arrived at Simonds Stadium on Tuesday, but it won't be until January that he takes to Simonds Stadium and joins in training with the rest of the Geelong list.

Don't take this the wrong way, Paddy, but boo!

Greg Baum

Greg Baum 2:09 PM   Now that Paddy Dangerfield is officially a Geelong player, and once the sensory dislocation of seeing him in the Cats' colours has faded, can we get back to booing the way it was?

I'm no messiah: Dangerfield

Unveilling: New Cat Patrick Dangerfield.

Matt Murnane 8:03 AM   Patrick Dangerfield says he is not the answer to another Geelong premiership run and warned Cats supporters not to get carried away with the hype of his defection from Adelaide.

Talk and movement on trade day

In the spotlight: Jake Carlisle is a target for St Kilda.

Michael Gleeson 8:11 PM   Essendon is interested in Western Bulldogs key backman Michael Talia who is leaving the Dogs following the accusations that he passed on tactical information to his brother at Adelaide ahead of the elimination final.

Scott Selwood to Cats: Angry West Coast Eagles hits out at 'disrespect'

Scott Selwood will miss this Sunday's derby.

Simon White   The West Coast Eagles have reacted angrily to the awarding of a second-round draft pick for the free agency departure of Scott Selwood - with club CEO Trevor Nisbett describing the offer as disrespectful.

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Cats and Crows win and lose on Danger, but the end result is a good compromise

On the move: Patrick Dangerfield.

Michael Gleeson   When you lose one of the best players in the competition, no compensation is going to feel like enough.

Rebuilding Cats an unknown quantity, says Ling

Patrick Dangerfield will boost Geelong's chances in 2016.

Jon Pierik   As Geelong plots a revamp of their playing list, premiership skipper Cameron Ling admits they shape as one of the more uncertain yet intriguing teams of 2016.

Crows and Cats closing in on Dangerfield deal

Patrick Dangerfield: Bound for Geelong in a likely trade.

Jake Niall   Geelong and Adelaide are advanced in talks that would see Patrick Dangerfield join the Cats via a trade in which they give up first and second round picks. 

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Blicavs adds best-and-fairest win to fairytale footy journey

Best and fairest: Mark Blicavs of the Cats.

Ronny Lerner   Mark Blicavs' incredible football journey reached even greater heights on Thursday night when he was crowned Geelong's best-and-fairest player for season 2015.

Cats re-sign Menzel for another season

Daniel Menzel has signed a contract extension with the Cats.

Geelong have signed fan favourite Daniel Menzel to a one-year contract extension.

Could this Cat become a Lion?

The Brisbane Lions may be interested in Steve Johnson.

Geelong premiership star Steve Johnson could extend his AFL career next season at the Brisbane Lions.

Johnson open to interstate move

Open to move: Steve Johnson of the Cats.

Jon Pierik   Former Geelong star Steve Johnson has declared he is open to moving interstate, and is ready to embark on an arduous pre-season campaign to help him remain as an on-field force.

Dangerfield will be a Cat: Connors

Patrick Dangerfield will get to Geelong, says Paul Connors

​Adelaide should take the AFL's compensation pick and allow Patrick Dangerfield to walk unhindered to Geelong, according to the star player's manager.

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Tough, tight, terrific, the 1989 grand final had it all

Defining image: Dermott Brereton and Steve Hocking grapple in the 1989 grand final

Rohan Connolly   Just where do you start with the 1989 grand final? So much incident. So many stories. So hectic and high scoring. Such a dramatic finish. As the curtain closed on the VFL era of football, it certainly did so in style.

Cats, Crows in negotiations over Dangerfield

Headed for Geelong: Patrick Dangerfield.

Matt Murnane   Geelong coach Chris Scott has confirmed the Cats are in negotiations with Adelaide about a deal that would bring superstar midfielder Patrick Dangerfield back to where he grew up, and has described those talks with Crows so far as "amicable".

Scott wants to avoid Dangerfield at Brownlow

Remaining coy: Geelong coach Chris Scott plans to keep his distance from Patrick Dangerfield at the Brownlow.

Daniel Cherny   Geelong coach Chris Scott says he won't confront the elephant in the room on Monday night, and will instead seek to avoid talking to Patrick Dangerfield at the Brownlow Medal count.

Cowan, Vardy staying at Cats

Perseverance: Nathan Vardy in a ruck duel with Jason Holmes of St Kilda late in the season.

Daniel Cherny   They have been two of the competition's most injury-prone players, but Josh Cowan and Nathan Vardy will both be at Geelong in 2016.

Crows to play hardball on Danger's deal with Cats

Patrick Dangerfield.

Jake Niall   Adelaide, from top down, is vowing to force a trade with Geelong for free agent Paddy Dangerfield

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Dangerfield close to announcement

Patrick Dangerfield

Patrick Dangerfield could tell Adelaide players within hours that he wants to leave the club for Geelong, Crows vice-captain Rory Sloane says.

Dangerfield into the national draft?

Would Patrick Dangerfield nominate for the draft?

Matt Murnane   Would Patrick Dangerfield consider nominating for the draft in order to get to Geelong on his terms?