Australian rules footballer, born 1981
Justin Longmuir has told the press that they'll be going throught the process of selecting their captain; could Nat Fyfe be passing the buck this year?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Many footy fans would probably admit now that they didn't see Freo's epic season coming this year, but that's not enough for coach Justin Longmuir when he spoke with Pete, Matt and Kymba (well, Elissa as Kymba is away) and yes Dockers fans, he's looking to get better.Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/pete-matt-and-kymbaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gerard and Sam were joined by Matthew Richardson in the studio and Justin Longmuir in the first hour.
After Freo's finals heroes booked their tickets to the second week of the finals on Saturday night, fans have got their chance on Monday. The Dockers will return to the MCG for a September game for the first time since the historic 2013 grand final this weekend, with Collingwood waiting for Justin Longmuir's side in a do-or-die clash. Tickets for Fremantle members went on sale at 8am WA time on Monday morning through Ticketek, with the window open until midday before others get their opportunity. Sunrise correspondent Matt Tinney has the details.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Despite Freo's horrific three weeks up forward, we won't see Sammy Sturt on the Marvel dirt. Time to Restump Podcast review the daunting assignment against Rory Lobb's future teammates. We're a bit disappointed this week as its seemingly becoming a bit ground-hog-dayish on selection day. While Sammy Sturt isn't the second coming of Christ, after three team scores averaging 7 goals a game, it appears we've opted not to address or even tinker with the dysfunctional forward structure. However, JL and his selection posse know more than us and they're providing the opportunity for the forward crew to dig themselves out of the hole they've found their way into. To be fair, the Bulldogs do leak score at times so it is probably the game to forward the forwards a week's grace. On paper you look at the Bulldogs names and they terrify you on nearly every line. Yet you then look at their form and it doesn't quite equate. But you get the feeling they've recently watched, Carlton, Richmond and Melbourne bring the heat to us and, consequently, we should expect fire and brimstones.We don't want to limp towards the end of the year and cling on to a top eight position so we need to turn things around Saturday night. However, the Bulldogs want to force their way into the finals so there is no doubt they'll be on.Its great to see Disco Nathan back as he might provide the bite on the wing that we have been missing recently. And hopefully Darcy Tucker can reproduce his damaging accumulating possession and goal kicking Peel form and prove a positive replacement for Trav Colyer. While Dave Mundy has called time on his career and the club is using it as motivation, we would have thought the prospect of playing finals and potentially a home final would be all the motivation the boys would need. But if we can add in “do it for Dave” and it helps, then why not.Its an unnerving task this Saturday. The Dogs will smell our blood from the last three weeks in the water. On the other hand, we simply have to deliver an appropriate response after that substandard performance last week. Both teams have so much to play for and that makes for a potentially cracking game.We're all on board all the time but that doesn't mean we can't respectfully remove the purple rose coloured glasses at times and have a candid chat about all aspects of the club. Talking things out and speaking from the purple heart is always the therapeutically way forward. So, click the play button and join us for a 45 minute chat about selections, where we're at as a club, our neglect of our areas of deficiency and the big clash Saturday night.
Darce investigates whether Browny's 2005 season was as good as he says, Howie's getting ahead of himself, who are our favourite commentators?, On Your Game Quiz, Cult Hero Matthew 'Spider' Burton, Melbourne GM of Footy Alan Richardson, Darce's arrogant speech at the 2002 AFMA Awards, footy unicorns, Fremantle coach Justin LongmuirSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily The Dockers are a “genuine Premiership threat” (0:00); Some of the lesser lights playing crucial roles (4:37); Freo's plans for the trade period (8:44); Comparing the lists of the two sides without a coach (11:25); Two banged-up stars aim to make late-season comebacks (15:33) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Fremantle coach joins the 3AW Football team to discuss his side's recent form and how he can best manage his side's great young talent moving forward. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Did Mitch Georgiades relegate Youngy to a Raider Of The Lost Mark? Time to Restump Podcast yesterday's win that wasn't for the faint hearted.It was a nostalgic day yesterday as Freo wound back the clock. Late in the game fan's were calling for the defibrillators to get their purple hearts going again, but it was all part of the emotive four-point banking fun. 40 points up at one stage, did we take the foot off the pedal or did fatigue set in? There are many ways to asses it but the reality is, we ended up in front when the siren sounded, we banked the four points and kept our top four chances alive.If there is any disappointment with the win, send your mind back to the start of the season and revisit your expectations. Come back to now and you'll find we've exceeded them greatly.Fyfe is finding his feet as his confidence and desire levels rise and despite staying out of the middle, he's going to be a that old weapon after a few more games wherever he plays.There are no superlatives left to describe Andy Brayshaw. Quite simply we don't win that game without him.James Aish took his Mr Fix It role to the electrical field, constantly cutting off the Power. We are forever wondering how the hell Geelong let Jordan Clark escape and we're willing to concede that if Rory can guarantee us that intent every week, then re-sign him up. Alex Pearce had done a superb job on the dangerous Charlie Dixon to three quarter time but Charlie went into the middle and literally turned the game in a matter of 60 seconds. He rucked roved and kicked two of his own and had a hand in a third. Sean Darcy and Rory Lobb had no answer to him.Special thanks to Robbie Gray and Todd Marshall who inexplicably both missed goals in that last quarter, sodas that you would have taken out a second mortgage on your house and put it on them being kicked. We got the points, we've got 11 wins and we need four more to clinch a top four finish. It doesn't matter how we get them! However, bigger picture, we're exceeding any expectations, we're going to play finals and anything above that in the way of double chances, home finals and top fours, is the cream on the 2022 season cake. So, if you're looking for some straight and narrow, never as good never as bad as it seems perspective with regular tangents of preposterousness, click play and join the prattle in the purple pool.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - this weekend's footy and key match-ups, breaking news from Hawthorn and the Perth Wildcats 2. Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir 3. Is the label "flat track bullies" fair? 4. Incoming Hawthorn President Peter Nankivell 5. AFL Nation commentator Josh Jenkins 6. Lost in the wash 7. Cam Smith's Best Hands in the NRL
Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sports chief of staff, to discuss Melbourne's wobbly premiership defence, two great coaches Justin Longmuir and Sam Mitchell going head to head and has the AFL got its illicit drug policy right? Plus, Duff and Quarters read out your other thoughts on the Thirsty Camel mailbag and the boys answer your questions. If you have a question or comment for the guys, send your messages to firstname.lastname@example.org There's a carton of Gage Roads Alby Draught up for grabs! For more from the guys, and the latest news in sport, head to thewest.com.au/sport See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Us Dockers are lovers and fighters, which is why we'll love taking down the War Hawks. Time to Restump Podcast Saturday's Freddyless clash against the once mighty Hawthorn side.Whenever we play the Hawks, instantly the painful memory of the 2013 Grand final resurfaces. To be fair, it probably burns David Mundy more than anyone but maybe it's been the motivation he has used to solider on.On top of that we have an atrocious record against the once powerful Hawthorn team, being 11 wins and 28 losses. But this is a new era, we're a new Fremantle team and we head into the battle with a clean slate and without fear or favour. There are no longer any Hawkish monkeys on our backs!We welcome back Sonny, Switta and finally that man Fyfe. With an 80% chance of precipitation, Captain Fyfe might be the umbrella for our recent inclement weather concerns. Let's hope Sam Mitchell's hasn't passed on his former playing day tactics otherwise Fyfey might end up with another Hawk cork! They're a tricky bunch these young cocky Hawks as they have an air of unpredictability about them. They've beaten Port Adelaide, Geelong, Richmond and Brisbane…. they got within 10 points of Melbourne, almost knocked over Collingwood and they fell by the narrowest of margins to Carlton. That's the form of a team with capabilities on the up, but they can put in a dodgy one.But the stats that allows us to enter the game with a respectful and healthy confidence lie in the defence standings. We're second in the league for restricting opposition scoring while the Hawks are twelfth. With Mitch Lewis out of their side, its difficult to see them kicking a substantial score. Sorry JL we might have just gotten ahead of ourselves.We talk Freddy and his not so sneaky six-day break sip. It's JL's 50th and we take a step back and admire what he has astonishingly achieved in such a short period of time, the ridiculous Griffin Logue talk is increasing, the imbecilic 'trade Fyfe' nonsense is lingering and then we round for home with an interesting Ask Jojo question. Getting us across the finishing line, the Chief, believe it or not, is orchestrating one final attempt at getting Ryan Crowley on the podcast for a special bye weekend episode and he's putting the call out to everyone to join the campaign… or as he calls it, The Clampaign. So, if you're a glutton for ear insulting punishment, pick up a six day break breaching six pack, push play and pass the time listening to this purple nonsense before participating in the Chief's poxy podcast plan.
Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Steven May's suspension (0:23); Melbourne's response was “media 101” (3:19); Fremantle's sanction of Michael Frederick (8:20); Kevin Sheedy speaks out again about the drugs saga outcomes (10:28); A key player returns for Carlton (13:55); “Centurions” launches today (14:59) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nathan Buckley joined Gerard in the studio to talk about Nat Fyfe's reimplementation into the Fremantle senior side, Justin Longmuir's successes with the Dockers this year, his struggles to implement a more aggressive game plan at Collingwood, the death of "arms out is dissent", the "disproportionate" coverage of Jack Ginnivan, and more.
Justin Longmuir joins Ryan Daniels on 7 News to confirm where Nat Fyfe will play football this weekend, and a look ahead to Wednesday's mid-season draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whatever the result, let's not let a potential crisis go to waste. We usually like our coffee hot but we'll take it Lukewarm this weekend! It's time to Restump Podcast preview our clash against the Dees at the Gees this Saturday.Three weeks ago this was the blockbuster game the world was looking forward to. The two weeks since, the rain has literally rained on our parade. We're still quietly eager but we've got one eye on the bureau of meteorology's weather radar!Darcy Tucker got a big feed at WAFL level last week and returns to the side and its good to see Walker running back in. Banfield takes a rest as does the unlucky Neil Erasmus while Chicken Wing Sam sits out for the next two weeks.Our confidence has understandably been dented over the last two games but there is always a bump or two on the road to anywhere. We're coming off two consecutive poor losses while the Dees are looking for their 18th win on the bounce, taking into account late 2021.But are the Dees as good as their 10 and 0 record this year suggests? They've had a favourable draw and a few unexpected teams have gotten close to them. Or are they just coasting, knowing they can click up a few gears when required?This is an appropriate challenge for us, especially after the last two disappointing losses. If we had a West Coast or a North Melbourne this week and won, we'd learn nothing. We'll leave the rest for the pod and we'll cover Sammy Sturt's clip from coach Justin Longmuir, Fyfe's imminent return, Switta's verdict and we'll look at some indigenous stats from Freo and that rabble club up the road. The big news, which we can all dine out on for at least a month, though is the securing of the official signature of Hayden Young for a further four years, beyond the completion of his current contract ending post season 2023. Jojo McDonnell's work ethic and commitment is called into question once more as, believe it or not, he is once again poncing about in the south west partaking in an endless winery crawl. So, we'll get an explanation from him but i cant guarantee it will be coherent.We're actually really looking forward to Saturday arvo for our one and only home and away season appearance at the MCG. So until then if you're looking for some purple noise to bang your ear drums… there's 40 minutes right here which we take absolutely no responsibility for any damage caused.
Fordy, Xav and Embers are back to discuss all the big talking points after a rough weekend for WA footy, with Freo and West Coast both losing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEN Chief Sports Reporter joined Garry and Bucks to discuss Justin Longmuir's post game comments yesterday, Mason Cox's injury, the umpiring in the Hawthorn Brisbane game, Damien Hardwick's tweet on Saturday night, and more.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily More Covid issues for Fremantle (0:20); Fremantle are a Premiership contender (6:34); Hawthorn go in as favourites against Essendon (9:04); The star Bomber whose conditioning is “not right” (13:02); Ben Keays is a “fantastic story” (14:37); Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The ground being covered by Acres is a lot. In fact, it's probably several lots. Time to Restump Review Podcast Freo's significant victory over the Blues. That was some performance. A one in all in four quarter role playing display signifying we may well be a serious team. Not counting the chickens just yet because there are tougher tests to come, but mark this win down as a reference point to look back on as the standard going forward.To go with the Blues' midfield, it ticked yet another developmental box aiding the belief we're on track to contention territory. A Geelong and a Melbourne in the next few weeks will provide greater clarity but, maybe this year maybe not, the tilt is building. Blake Acres' rise this year has astonished most, if not all, and possibly even himself. His improvement in his wing role has been an integral part of the team's improvement and on Saturday night it was evident again.We've lobbed criticisms at Rory on numerous occasions simply out of frustrations regarding his inconsistency and intent. He again showed why and what he is capable of. If he brings that performance weekly, he's as valuable as anyone. Sammy Switkowski is getting continuity and now delivering. Freddy played the best two possession game you'll ever see, Shultzy is at fever pitch and if you didn't already think Sonny was back…. he's back!The mids did their thing but don't get us started on singing the praises of the backs. Griffin Logue's job on Charlie Curnow was something else but the collective defensive unit cohesively controlling the Carlton cabal was methodical! And spare a thought for the coach. This is a big moment for JL. It was the coming together of all the pieces of his plan he's been working on since he got to the club and the result of it unfolded before our very eyes. We got through this without the need to bash Cez! We got him enough in the lead up and we'll all launch into next time we take on the Blues but this win was too impressive and too meaningful to take anything away from it.So, if, like us, you can't stop talking about Saturday night's momentous victory… click play and join the purple raving and rambling.
AFL injury news, Ebony Marinoff wins the AFLW B&F Award, Billy is in Adelaide this weekend, Shane Warne Memorial Service recap, Essendon's Sam Draper, when has your mate sold you something dodgy?, AMT is back in the VFL, Formula 1 heading to Vegas next year, JB's Ian Botham story, Rosie's Entertainment Report, Justin Longmuir has COVID, Wil Anderson, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's ruck week and even though the three spots make up just one-tenth of our Fantasy Classic squads, there are a range of options being explored. We catch up with last year's runner-up and 2x top 10 finisher Kyle Holmes to discuss the big men. Also Heff from the Keeper League Podcast helps us out with things to know ahead of the second year of Draft keeper leagues. It's another bumper episode! Let's do this! Play AFL Fantasy at http://fantasy.afl.com.au or download the free smartphone app. Episode guide 2:30 - There's plenty of tips from our reporters out of the practice matches. 5:40 - Dustin Martin scored a ton and didn't try. 8:15 - Justin Longmuir had positive words to say about Will Brodie. 11:10 - Andrew McGrath and Scott Pendlebury will add DPP. 15:00 - There could be a rookie crisis. 19:50 - Last year's runner up, Kyle Holmes, joins the boys. 22:15 - In 2021, Kyle started the season at 25,000th to come second. In 2018, he started strongly to hang onto a top 10 finish. 25:00 - "If you're hot on a premium and they don't score well in a practice match, don't think too much of it". 29:40 - Set and forget your rucks with Brodie Grundy and Max Gawn. 33:30 - There are plenty of flags for Jarrod Witt and Brayden Preuss. 40:15 - Warnie has some tips for commissioners to make sure their Draft day goes well. 43:00 - Heff from the Keeper League Podcast joins the show. 44:30 - Nick Daicos and Jason Horne-Francis are going earlier than they should in keeper leagues. 49:20 - Keep an eye on Conor Nash as a late round pick. 50:30 Questions from social media - follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page. 55:30 - Roy was reminded to keep Josh Dunkley in his team no matter what. 59:00 - Would you pick Patrick Lipinski and George Hewett over Matt Rowell? 1:04:20 - Pick Isaac Heeney over Zak Butters. 1:08:45 - Lachie Weller is justifiable in both Fantasy Classic and Draft. Find more content from The Traders at afl.com.au/fantasy. Like AFL Fantasy on Facebook. Follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.