Martin Flanagan is a journalist and author who writes on sport, Australian culture and the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australia.
Martin Flanagan The standout piece for me in the 2008 AFL official history was an essay by Adam Goodes.
Martin Flanagan Hoods are off and earphones out at this footy business camp.
Martin Flanagan One of the many regrets of the past week is that the stature of Adam Goodes' performance has been forgotten.
Martin Flanagan Three years ago, I sat on Bondi beach with the Sydney player known simply as LRT.
Martin Flanagan The AFL needs to act now on indigenous relations, writes Martin Flanagan.
Martin Flanagan There's no shortage of Jack Dyer's immortal ''good ordinary players'' at today's Richmond.
Martin Flanagan Essendon is switched on and dangerous under the guidance of James Hird.