If retired forward Mitch Clark thought he could resume his AFL career at Fremantle, he got a none-too-subtle reality check on Tuesday.
Emma Quayle and Matt Murnane Mitch Clark✓ says he would ''love'' to return to Melbourne and continue his AFL career, yet it remains uncertain whether the retired key forward will end up at the Demons, and if not, how he...
Brad Elborough Any speculation that Mitch Clark could be heading to Fremantle to resurrect his AFL career next season appear premature.
Michael Gleeson and Jake Niall Collingwood is among the clubs interested in Melbourne forward/ruckman Mitch Clark who is understood to favour a fresh start away from the Demons if he is to make his return to AFL football.
Melbourne wants a say in Mitch Clark's future if he tries to return to the AFL.
Mitch Clark has announced his retirement from the AFL as he recovers from depression.
Jon Pierik Mitch Clark's AFL career is over, with the Melbourne forward retiring on Tuesday because of clinical depression.
Daniel Cherny Essendon coach Mark Thompson has thrown his support behind retiring Demon Mitch Clark, and emphasised the need for AFL players to receive more support as they cope with the pressures of playing...
Jon Pierik Melbourne forward Mitch Clark has been granted indefinite leave from the club to deal with his personal health.
Emma Quayle Bid to ease any additional pressure forward may feel as he takes time away from the club.
Melbourne star recruit Mitch Clark will miss the rest of the AFL season with a serious foot injury.
Stathi Paxinos A day after heaping praise on Brisbane Lions chief executive Greg Swann for his "provocative" marketing ploy of parading a caged lion around the Gabba before home games, AFL boss Gillon McLachlan now...
Jake Niall and Emma Quayle Melbourne has met with St Kilda's discarded defender James Gwilt, who has also attracted the interest of Greater Western Sydney.
Splashing the cash failed to fix Fremantle's forward-line conundrum, but a bargain buy appears to have done the trick.
Caroline Wilson The political layers beneath Melbourne's poorly timed decision to apply for a 2014 priority pick appear as complex as the national draft that the AFL is working to simplify.
Liam Mannix Rohan Bail, Aidan Riley and Dean Terlich have all avoided the end-of-season cull at Melbourne, signing new contracts with the club.
Emma Quayle In requesting another priority pick it feels like Melbourne is reinforcing the sense of helplessness that has surrounded it for so long, and that it should be doing its best to disown.
Jon Pierik Melbourne great Garry Lyon has launched a stinging appraisal of prospective Demons free agent James Frawley.
Michael Gleeson Richmond desperately needs an elite tall forward. This is not a new statement, nor is it an outdated one.
Bob Murphy When I was 18, in one of my first training sessions at Footscray, I led out in a simple lane work drill and the ball hit my hand awkwardly, jarring my finger.