Martin Flanagan is a journalist and author who writes on sport, Australian culture and the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australia.
Martin Flanagan Denis Napthine moans and groans at the footy like an old ship at sea. He moves about in his seat. At the same time, he’s on for a chat.
Martin Flanagan Greater Western Sydney is building a burgeoning community fan base from the ground up.
Martin Flanagan So who do you believe? Gary Ayres or people who don't even put their names to their opinions? What Peta Searle deserves from here is a fair go.
Martin Flanagan If you missed Port Adelaide v West Coast last weekend, you missed the best game of the season so far.
Martin Flanagan What strikes me about the coming season is the number of teams with realistic grounds to believe they can improve.
Martin Flanagan Mutitjulu football ground has one of the best backdrops, if not the best backdrop, in Australia.
Martin Flanagan There's a lot of things in the world to get upset about, to take brave stands for and against.
Martin Flanagan Game's finest strut their stuff in an era in which the game is undergoing rapid change.
Martin Flanagan Australia's 50 best women footballers will play a curtain-raiser at the MCG on Saturday.
Martin Flanagan Gary Ablett is so consistently good at what he does on the football field it assumes the appearance of ordinariness.
Martin Flanagan The game plays a role in one family's development.