Martin Flanagan is a journalist and author who writes on sport, Australian culture and the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australia.
Martin Flanagan One of the game's oldest sayings is: 'Good kicking is good football.' Hawthorn kicked better.
Martin Flanagan He's "old" Collingwood, the product of a proud clan … and is like one of the family.
Martin Flanagan Approaching his 200th game, he is a decorated (in more ways than one) player who's had his share of controversies.
Martin Flanagan One of the many regrets of the past week is that the stature of Adam Goodes' performance has been forgotten.
Martin Flanagan On the road to Metricon, a legendary player bonds with a legendary supporter.
Martin Flanagan Shaunie, as Bruce calls him, has a manner that's both friendly and immediate.
Martin Flanagan A boy from the Tasmanian bush made quite a mark in the big smoke before ''retiring'' to Hobart.
Martin Flanagan JIM STYNES, 1966-2012The young Irishman crossed the oceans to make an indelible mark in his adopted land through sport and community work.
Martin Flanagan He was known and adored by so many and - in the end - it was as if we all shared part of his epic fate.