Matthew James, Footy Prophet Anzac Day has special significance for football fans. Not only does it provide the opportunity for reflection, as we remember those who gave their lives to defend this incredible nation we call home,...
Michael Gleeson Jim Sharp was president of Collingwood when he pulled on the boots and ran out to play. No other president had done it before. None has done so since.
Robert Walls The Balnarring butcher's face lights up every time I enter his shop. It's not because he is happy to see me, it's because once again he wants to tell me how good his Cats are.
David Polkinghorne James Hird and Nathan Buckley are fighting for supremacy from the Essendon and Collingwood coach's boxes respectively, but 28 years ago they sat side-by-side in an under-13 team photo for Ainslie.
Martin Flanagan Footy Town gets to the heart of our great game, bringing the characters and humour to life.
Adam McNicol The success of football on Anzac Day extends far beyond the MCG boundary.
Jon Pierik Collingwood president says it is time to stop the ''Band-Aid'' approach.
Brad Beitzel An online search of Jason Mifsud brings up bleak headlines from a year ago.
Matthew Lloyd He was once invincible, but the Brisbane Lions champion has work to do to save himself.
Jill Stark New research shows up to a fifth of last year's AFL and NRL grand final broadcasts featured alcohol promotions.
Rohan Connolly Goal umpiring decisions have been mired in controversy for far too long.
Opposition analyst Brenton Sanderson will be working overtime in covering his bases before taking on Hawthorn.
Staff writer Hawthorn's hierarchy has reacted with disdain to former president Jeff Kennett's assertion that this should be coach Alastair Clarkson's last season.
Will Brodie Many accused Jeff Kennett of suffering from "relevance deprivation syndrome", but some Hawks fans agreed that the coach was to blame for Hawthorn not beating Geelong
Matt Murnane Star midfielder Brad Sewell has rubbished Jeff Kennett's claim that Hawthorn needs a new coach, saying there is "no doubt whatsoever" that Alastair Clarkson is still the right man for the job.
Michael Gleeson Round one produces rogue results. But the case of Melbourne may be different.
Jake Niall Hawks' failure to beat Cats continues distinct pattern from 2012 preliminary and grand finals.
Greg Baum Jeff Kennett is the man who is always going away and never goes.
Stathi Paxinos Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson says he was not offended by Jeff Kennett calling for his sacking after the team’s loss to Geelong and he had initially not expected an apology from the former club...