Join Ross, Matt & Martin discussing the disappointing effort vs Essendon, the latest on the coaching situation, where is the Walsh review? AND Cunnington's return, preview of R21 match v Swans and a look back at 1996 GF. North Talk would like to thank our sponsor: Liquorland Catch our sponsors podcast 'Tech Transfer Talk' with Cam Begley here
Round 20 of the 2022 AFL Season was a cracker and after another nine games, we are still yet to lock in the top four and final eight. Jamie and Peps deep-dive into the Docker's shocker against Melbourne, the Lions MCG nightmare continuing, Essendon's false economy, Gold Coast's Brownlow swooper, the hooped premiership favourite, the perfect ten, our new segment intro (it is awesome), and much more. https://www.afl.com.au/news/811806/richmond-tigers-hero-noah-cumberland-earns-nab-afl-rising-star-nomination-after-five-goal-haul (Richmond Tigers hero Noah Cumberland earns NAB AFL Rising Star nomination after five-goal haul) https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-30/how-geelong-and-collingwood-have-built-their-nine-wins-in-a-row/101269558 (Why Geelong and Collingwood are the form teams of the AFL going into round 20 - ABC News) Hosted By Christopher Pepper and Jamie Wallis Check out Lace Out's https://www.facebook.com/laceoutpodcast/ (Facebook page) Broadcasting LIVE every Tuesday night @ 8.30 pm (AEST) Look out for our Tipped Out episodes: Our Tips, Every Week! #itshowiwantmyfooty #laceout #afl
Jason Dunstall, how did you break your finger?, Glenn Maxwell, Bruce McAvaney's unbelievable stat, Rob Sitch, what would you like to be buried with?, Essendon's Sam Draper, Idiot Song - Yazz The Only Way Is UpSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom Browne brought us all the latest news in the footy world, including Angus Brayshaw and Liam Baker signing contract extensions, Damien Hardwick's VFL apology, Dyson Heppell's Essendon future, some new details on the new broadcast deal and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Billy's All Sports Report including footy, NRL, Commonwealth Games, and cricket, Xavier Ellis reports on Freo and West Coast, Hump Day Quiz, Billy's going to Sydney tonight for a function, footy news, biggest lotto winners, when have you been ripped off?, Essendon's Sam Draper, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joey, Duck, Daisy and Damo are back to talk through all the biggest news and views in footy! This week the boys discuss one of Collingwood's greatest wins, North Melbourne's pursuit of Alastair Clarkson, GWS's coaching search, Dyson Heppell's future at Essendon or elsewhere, Josh Kennedy's potential role in Sydney's finals campaign, who the number 2 seed is behind the Cats, Richmond's list decisions, Matt Crouch's future, a preview of round 20 and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Johnson admits his teammates couldn't even look at each other in the eye at quarter-time. It was Round 16, 2001, and North Melbourne was well and truly clear of reigning premier Essendon. The Roos quickly shot out to a 69-point lead, early in the second term. But the Bombers weren't done. Far from it. Johnson, who won Essendon's best and fairest that year, helped spark the Bombers into action as they pulled off the greatest comeback of all-time. In this episode, Johnson also reflects on the current state of the Bombers and how they need to find a more ruthless edge. Join the 2000 premiership Bomber and host Shane McInnes as they re-live the greatest come-from-behind victory in the AFL history on Footy: Then and Now. --------------------------------------------------------------------Each Wednesday, Shane McInnes is joined by champions of the game to step down memory lane and discuss a momentous edition of a corresponding match of that round.Never-before-heard stories about iconic footy moments, life after footy, and plenty of banter and insight to get you hyped for the round ahead!Don't miss an episode: Follow/Subscribe to Footy: Then and Now on your podcast platform of choice today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is Alastair Clarkson headed for GWS, would the AFL financially assist the Giants to help lure Clarkson, the most supported teams in the AFL, the pressure on Chris Fagan and the Lions, Dyson Heppell's future at Essendon, Ben Brown's return to Melbourne, and more.
Kane Cornes joined Gerard from the Adelaide studio to talk about GWS and North Melbourne's pursuit of Alastair Clarkson, Jay Schulz's battles with concussion, Luke Jackson's fit at Fremantle, Essendon's disappointing physicality, Collingwood's premiership chances, the free agents flying under the radar, and to announce the first inductees into the 'Jared Polec long-term contract hall of fame'.
As Borat once said; "Wah-wah wee-wah"! That was how you could describe the cracking round nineteen games of the 2022 AFL season. Peps and Jamie look at Collingwood's miracle against Essendon, the Fremantle-Richmond draw, the Dogs revenge, the 21 Gun-ston salutes against North, the race for the top eight (and four), and much more. Hosted By Christopher Pepper and Jamie Wallis Check out Lace Out's https://www.facebook.com/laceoutpodcast/ (Facebook page) Broadcasting LIVE every Tuesday night @ 8.30 pm (AEST) Look out for our Tipped Out episodes: Our Tips, Every Week! #itshowiwantmyfooty #laceout #afl https://www.afl.com.au/news/806967/western-bulldogs-match-winner-jamarra-ugle-hagan-the-latest-rising-star-nominee (Western Bulldogs match-winner Jamarra Ugle-Hagan the latest rising star nominee)
Luke Hodge joined Gerard from the Brisbane studio to explain what he'd be doing as a leader at Melbourne and the way he'd handle Luke Jackson and Angus Brayshaw. He also touched on Jamarra Ugle-Hagan's breakout performance, Brisbane's prospects of challenging for the flag, Jamie Elliott's goal against Essendon and the Bombers' defensive breakdown. He then looked at the roles Nat Fyfe, Josh Kennedy, Dustin Martin and Joel Selwood will play as we approach September.
Gerard's editorial on Monday morning encapsulated nothing else but the incredible round of football we witnessed on the weekend (00:26), and it was followed up by your Snap Judgements (7:36). He was then joined by David King for 'The Monday Means Test' where they discussed Collingwood's win over Essendon, Melbourne's massive drop-off, Richmond's draw with Fremantle, Geelong's efficiency going forward, and more (28:40). He got the latest footy news from Sam Edmund (1:20:05) and also broadened his sporting horizons with Robert Craddock (1:25:54).
After a scintillating round of football, David King joined Gerard in the studio to discuss Collingwood's thrilling coast-to-coast goal to beat Essendon, Melbourne's massive drop-off, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan's ground breaking performance, Richmond's draw with Fremantle, Port Adelaide's chances of returning to flag contention next year, Geelong's efficiency going forward, their seedings, and more.
Your Snap Judgements from Collingwood's phenomenal after the siren victory over Essendon, and David King added his thoughts, Melbourne was the big issues of the Round 19 'Monday Means Test', Robert Craddock assessed Melbourne Storm after a fourth consecutive defeat, and Crash shared a memory of the Brisbane Commonwealth Games.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Collingwood vs Essendon, Jack Ginnivan, Carlton, Richmond and more 2. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 3. Breaking news: Sam Edmund with details of Kane Lambert's retirement 4. Lost in the wash 5. SEN Tennis commentator Brett Phillips
After Tim shared his strong thoughts on Essendon's loss to Collingwood, he and Garry assessed where the medical sub sits, and then caught up with Angus Brayshaw who spoke honestly about his playing future with the Demons. They also spoke to Michael Carayannis who expanded on the Manly pride jersey story.
FULL SHOW | Today Marty has a story about a man who can't stop farting; Collingwood skipper, Scott Pendlebury, gives us an insight into yesterday's dramatic win over Essendon; Marty's Monday's Memes gets another run; and we play our new game WhokipediaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Monday, July 25th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The boys discuss the dramatic and thrilling clash between Collingwood and Essendon, plus are joined by coaches Craig McRae and Adam Simpson. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Tuesday morning, the first item on Garry and Tim's agenda in 'The Ramble' was Tim's return from his knee replacement, and they also spoke about the TV shows Tim's been watching, Garry's painting, and more. In 'Conversation Starters' they discussed Essendon's loss to Collingwood, the medical sub, the importance of assistant coaches, and then were joined by Melbourne star Angus Brayshaw, who spoke openly about his playing future and the position the Demons currently find themselves in. Daily Telegraph journalist Michael Carayannis joined the show to talk about the Manly pride jersey story and in 'Questions Without Notice' they looked at how Kane Lambert will be remembered by footy fans, Damien Hardwick's white line fever, Chris Fagan's chances of stepping aside for Alastair Clarkson, and more.
Host of Footy Classified and former Collingwood President Eddie McGuire joined Tony Leonard, Matthew Richardson and Tony Shaw at half time to discuss the sad passing of Billy Picken, Jack Ginnivan and high tackling and the game against Essendon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Collingwood President Jeff Browne joined Matt Granland, Tony Leonard, Matthew Richardson, Tony Shaw and Jacqui Reed from the Collingwood rooms after a 4 point win against Essendon at the MCG.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Essendon Midfielder Zach Merrett joined Matt Granland, Tony Leonard, Tony Shaw, Matthew Richardson and Jacqui Reed post match after Essendon lost to Collingwood by 4 points at the MCG.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Monday morning, Garry and Bucks' 'Ramble' caught up on everything Garry had missed while on their two-week break, and they then moved onto 'The Buck Stops Here' where Bucks listed his five key takeaways from Round 19. They discussed the emergence of Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, before debating Harrison Jones' actions in the closing moments of yesterday's game between Essendon and Collingwood, and Aaron Naughton then called in after the Western Bulldogs' superb win against the Demons. Sam Edmund joined them in the studio to give them the latest news out of Round 19, and they had a lot to work through in 'Questions Without Notice'.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - the "Hardwick Hex", North Melbourne's coaching situation, Essendon's "Grand Final" and more 2. Breaking News - Dustin Martin's injury setback 3. Port Adelaide's Jeremy Finlayson 4. Campbell Brown previews the weekend's footy and racing 5. Lost in the wash 6. Melbourne United assistant coach Justin Schueller 7. Melbourne Storm GM of Football Frank Ponissi
Tom Browne gave us all the latest news in the footy world, including Essendon's trade plans, the teams in for Angus Brayshaw, the pitfalls facing the Tasmania bid, a potential covid game changer for finals, an injury Tom Lynch has been managing all season and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Wednesday morning, Gerard's editorial on the NBL's Christmas Day game, word association, and high tackles (00:31) was followed by his regular catch-up with Luke Hodge who expanded on the confusion around high tackles, and chatted about feedback to teammates, practicing for close finishes, Essendon's turnaround, and more (8:39). He then spoke to Carlton star Jacob Weitering as the home and away season nears its pointy end (29:08), and Jeremy Loeliger called in after the NBL announced it will be hosting a Christmas Day game this year (47:23). Wayne Hawkes listed his five horses to watch this Spring Carnival (55:16), Peter Lalor commented on the status of international cricket at the moment (1:06:08), and Tony Cochrane announced a big event coming to Marvel Stadium in October (1:23:41).
SX Global and Gold Coast Suns president Tony Cochrane joined Gerard to talk about the Supercross event coming to Marvel Stadium in October, the importance of having Chad Reed compete in the event, the crowd their expecting, and also to chat about Gold Coast's disappointing loss to Essendon on the weekend, and the huge improvement they've shown under Stuart Dew in 2022.
This week on the podcast, we look at Richmond's capitulation to North Melbourne and uncover some really dirty stats, while Christian looks at Essendon's resurgence, and we praise a young Pie and a young Swan, but the MRO cops a whack for its decision to ban Will Hayes for a perfectly good tackle. Join Matt Walsh, Jake Michaels, and Champion Data's Christian Joly on the ESPN Footy Podcast
Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Sydney's exciting premiership push (0:00); Chad Warner…the new Bont? (7:11); “An almighty mess” of a rule (9:39); Brodie Grundy may come back as a forward (14:08); 21 years since the greatest comeback of all time (17:20); The best forward ever seen – statistically (19:39) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luke Hodge joined Gerard from the Brisbane studio to discuss the continued confusion around the high tackle rule, how he went about giving feedback to teammates, practicing for close finishes, Essendon's turnaround in the last month, and more.
Essendon coach Ben Rutten says Dylan Shiel deserves "full credit" for his form reversal in recent weeks after he was controversially dropped earlier this year.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David King joined Gerard for The Round 18 Monday Means Test where they discussed North Melbourne's emotional win, the doubts creeping in at Richmond, Sam Draper's incredible goal against the Suns, the promising signs at Collingwood, Geelong's strong showing against Carlton, Fremantle's "unsustainable" defending, Kysaiah Pickett's spectacular performance, Nick Daicos' incredible debut season, Gold Coast's lacklustre display against Essendon, Sydney's coachability, their seedings, and more.
Matthew Lloyd says it's hard to knock Essendon's recent run of form, but is reserving judgment on whether the Bombers have made any significant progress until next season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Gleeson, Jake Niall and Sam McClure discuss the open premiership race, Geelong showing their bona fides as contenders and what teams will need to do in the final six rounds to make the eight. Plus, Melbourne's concerns, Richmond's injury woes, whether Essendon have done enough to fend off the spectre of a coaching change and much more. Got a question about your club? Send it to email@example.com for our hosts to answer. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. And if you value independent, quality journalism, please subscribe to The Age today. Thanks for listening and don't forget to check out more great podcasts from The Age & SMH. Support the show: https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The wounded Tigers couldn't seize the opportunity (0:00); Tensions rising in Brisbane (6:30); An incredible victory for Gold Coast (11:53); Memo to the Suns: dream big (15:34); Good signs at the end of the year for the Bombers (17:15); Comparing the Tennis greats to Essendon's streak of no finals wins (20:15) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom Browne updated us on all the latest news in the footy world, including injuries at Collingwood, Essendon's interest in Alastair Clarkson as GWS's footy boss meets with him, Jason Horne-Francis making his return via the VFL, the clubs interested in Tim Taranto and how some Richmond retirements could lead the way to him being a Tiger, Dustin Martin's future and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.