Tim Lane The game of Australian Football is – like all other games – defined by its rules.
Tim Lane A system in which 51% gives the same result as 99% lacks sense, common or otherwise.
Tim Lane While the issue of tanking had to be addressed, the AFL's ''solution'' is not one that is appropriate.
Tim Lane In case you hadn't noticed, football's pendulum of ascendancy seems to be swinging back to its median position, if not quite yet to the non-Victorian side thereof.
Tim Lane Decision review systems in sport should come in unmarked packages carrying frightening health warnings in large print.
Tim Lane The league's continuous tinkering with the game's rules is like a dog chasing its tail.
Tim Lane With plenty of issues facing the game, having no football operations manager is yet another one.
Tim Lane Hawthorn's Lance Franklin is developing into something truly unique.
Tim Lane It's time for the game's leaders to be clear, a good tackle doesn't equate to holding the ball.
Tim Lane New rules, new technology and a wide variety of interpretations create headaches.
Tim Lane Speculation on the slide rule is a dangerous game of making changes to the rules on the run.
Tim Lane The laws committee should apply itself to the matter of what constitutes a legitimate handball.
Tim Lane Harder and faster bodies have made football far more dangerous than many realise.