Andrew Brayshaw finished last season with the most points. Will he back it up in 2023? The midfied mix is interesting with the inclusion of Draft sleeper Jaeger O'Meara. Where should we take Nat Fyfe in Draft? Are there any cash cows? Click here for more content from The Traders. Like AFL Fantasy on Facebook. Follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Caleb just Back ended another 4 years in purple for an extra Nickel! We'll get off the cricket couch for an hour and Restump Podcast all the Christmas / New Year Freo news.There was little to no fear that Caleb Serong would be wearing anything but purple in the foreseeable future but having him lock in on Christmas Day for a further 4 years just made the season a little more festive.Tommy Sheridan had Griff Logue and Darcy Tucker on his podcast and the former Freo folk gave us a little bit of an insight into their departures. Were Darcy Tucker's interesting comments a little Lobb like? Or have we read too much into them? Club captaincy remains the topic of Chinese whispers. Will Nat Fyfe step down or retain the honour? Does Andy Brayshaw take on the responsibility now or after Alex Pearce wears the crown? Have the Freo girls got a Head coach yet? Does anyone know who may be a Rough chance? We check in on Bob and see what he's up to.Jojo is disgracefully campaigning for the Americanisation of our sport wanting the AFL to promote the initiative where players roll into the ground in all types of preposterous gear! Feel free to let him know your thoughts. Overdosing on cricket and looking for a change may well explain the reasons we're talking Freo footy in January. Or we're just overly eager and can't wait for the season to return. Whatever the case, if you're starved of some purple noise, feel free to bung this nonsense in your ears. As always, we offer no guarantees or refunds! Support the show
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.
If Rory Lobb was Peter Garrett the song would be bridges instead of beds that were burning. Time to Restump Podcast the grenades that have been Lobbed our way. Plus all the latest news in purple shoes.It's difficult to wonder what Rory's thought process is as he torches the club that provided him $2 million plus. And if he is actually oblivious to his own comments, how has someone close to him not told him to reel it in? Either way, we're all surely now looking forward to our future clashes with the Dogs.On his way to round one, Neil Erasmus thought he'd stop in at hospital for a night to rehydrate after a big day on the training track. Most people use the pub but each to their own.We take a further look at the draftees and see if we learned anything after their press conferences and meanwhile Caleb's brother Liam Serong and Sam Stubbs are apparently making their way to Freo on a train. Oh wait they could be making their way to Freo to train on… whatever… there is a train involved!The great Aaron Sandilands has apparently hung up the size 18 ruck coach's boots as Beau McDonald has been appointed to the role. We ask the question was Sandi pushed? And if so how many men did it take?Talking about people getting pushed out, we've got a round one ripper against the great Ross Lyon and his Sainters and we can't wait for that. A super slimmed and streamlined Nat Fyfe is also on his way to round one and potentially a Weight Watchers contract.Sonny Walters had an ominous start to his preseason unable to enter the club with a faulty door lock wristband… hmm faulty or hacked? But Blake Acres has no such problem at the Blues as he continues to be the talk of the football world. It's as if he's the pivotal piece of Carlton's premiership puzzle!Summer has just started and likewise we're only warming up. We've got a plate full of purple particulars to paddle through so if you're bored out of your skull and desperate for your Freo fanfare fix…. friends Romans, countrymen… lend us your ears for 45 minutes of this Restump Podcast nonsense. Support the show
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. North Melbourne and Essendon remain on the hunt for a CEO (0:30); The unofficial recruits of 2023 (10:55); The final home and away round of AFLW (18:43) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Mundy and his Dockers teammates have let their hair down in Melbourne after being eliminated from the finals by Collingwood. Fremantle's season was ended by a rampant Magpies by 20 points at the MCG on Saturday night, but the players have plenty to celebrate after breaking a seven-year finals drought and producing stunning performances throughout 2022. In a video posted to Nat Fyfe's, who travelled with the squad despite being injured, Instagram, at least a dozen players, including Lachie Schultz, Will Brodie, Griffin Logue and Luke Ryan, can be seen chanting “Mundy” outside what looks like a pub on Sunday night. The West Live producer Kate Ryan has the details.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the Dockers set to do battle with the Magpies in Saturday night's semi-final, Fremantle CEO Simon Garlick joined Gerard to talk about how many members of the purple army will be making the trip to the MCG, their comeback win against the Bulldogs and the atmosphere in Optus Stadium, why the difficult environment won't concern their young team, Nat Fyfe's fitness, and more.
They've carried the team for decades so it's time to return the favour. It's the Restump Podcast preview of our monstrous do or die elimination final against the dogs!It is true absence often makes the purple heart grow fonder. It's been 7 years since we've seen September action and I don't know about anyone else, but for yours truly, the anxiety is already building and the nerves are kicking in. Being an elimination final, it increases the pressure knowing it's ‘do or die' in terms of our season. However, if you're trying to remain calm and composed its probably best not to think about the additional stakes on the line…. that this is potentially the great David Mundy's final ever game. What the hell are we doing…. trying to cause mass mental breakdown! We're not pessimists… we're going in as glass half full folk and not because it will probably be filled by the rain tomorrow night! (Yeah, way to go Chief, way to be ironically optimistic! I'm sorry…. I'm a nervous wreck… and I'm also obviously going mad because I am talking to myself!)We bowled over the dogs 3 weeks back so that should provide us some confidence and comfort, but we all know finals are a different bag. They surely won't give us the time and space like they did under the roof at Marvel so it will be a case of same kennel but different dogs.As has been so often this year, over our ability to score is where the dark cloud hovers. The magnificent surprise inclusion is our round 8 debutant, Jye “Nev” Amiss and what a moment in time and opportunity for him. Could Nev provide us with an adaptation of our own Marlon Pickett moment? So, the whole season has come down to this Saturday night. It has been a highly successful year and we achieved the preseason goals set out. But to have it end Saturday night would still feel like a dagger through our purple hearts. Considering he was a career dog and now a recent Freo acquisition, we did our best to get Bob Murphy on for a brief chat. But the apparently nationally loved, the supposed man of the people, the claimed common folk's champion…. snubbed us. He said, through his people, “no can do, I'm too busy.” He gave us the generic... too busy! Bob is more creative than that!So, we can't bring you Bob's insight, his repartee and we can't put him to the blowtorch to really see where his deep-seated allegiance truly lies. We're not suggesting anything untoward… but matters of the heart can do strange things. You either bleed purple or you don't!However, if you want a chance at winning two tickets to Saturday night's game, listen to the pod for instructions and come up with a better excuse that Bob could have given us. Quite simply we just can't wait for Saturday night. But between then and now, if you're looking to keep the momentum going and increase the purple noise, click play and join us as we talk everything Freo finals…. Let's just say that again… Freo finals!
Geelong superstar and AFLPA president Patrick Dangerfield joined Gerard to discuss his excitement ahead of Geelong's qualifying final against Collingwood, his thoughts on the pre-finals bye, how they used the week off, his sympathy for Nat Fyfe, Dustin Martin's likely return, the success of Round 1 in the AFLW, Dayne Zorko's sledge to Harrison Petty, and more.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Nat Fyfe's injury (0:00); The key big men in this Elimination final (5:54); Bevo's side has done it before in September (9:29); How the finalists have fared against other top eight teams this year (13:25); Collingwood have changed perceptions (16:15) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luke Hodge joined Gerard from the Brisbane studio to discuss the "daunting sign" of seeing Dustin Martin in a final, the impact of Nat Fyfe and Tom Liberatore's injuries, the similarities between 2015 Hawthorn and 2022 Richmond, the captain who will set the tone for his side, to preview every match this weekend, and more.
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Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 30th of August with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The duo discuss the breaking news that Nat Fyfe is out of Fremantle's Elimination Final against the Bulldogs before Richmond coach Damien Hardwick joins the boys to chat about their upcoming final against Brisbane and whether Dustin Martin will be fit to face the Lions For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dangerous weekend off, out of habit we almost shifted into Big Bash mode! Not this year though because it's time to Restump Podcast awards, finals campaigns and contracts.It's been a while since there's been a finals pep in our step and a September glide in our stride. But we've earned our place in the eight so we're shamelessly strutting towards Optus Stadium. On this episode, after the entertaining Ryan Crowley was well received, we're asking listeners who you'd like to hear from next and why? And we'll see if we can make it happen.But back to now and we've adoration to bestow upon the 2022 Leigh Matthews Trophy, the great Andy Brayshaw… or Andy Bradshaw as Mark McGowan knows him by apparently. There is no more a meaningful and prestigious individual award to win given it is selected by the players themselves.We've got contracts to talk, some signed, some not so signed and some in danger of being singed. Acres, Aish, Banfield, Griff, Lobbby…. Just to name a few.With Erasmus and Johnson doing everything right and on AFL trajectory, do we really want to pay overs for Blake Acres? He's been a big contributor this year.Down at Peel, if Mitch Crowden puts too many more feet forward he'll end up on his back! He continues to put a magnificent batch of form together but can't get his opportunity. Is there any way in?Is there a purple Marlon Pickett in the Peel ranks, as we look for improved finals forward line strategy? Let's get into it. We'll raise a lot of issues, talk a lot of gibberish, end up further back than we started and with more questions than we set out with. But the nonsensical journey is as important as the ever-evasive destination. So, if you've nothing to do, nowhere else to be and nothing better to listen to, join us for this 45 minutes on the purple path to the promised land.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The three superstars to watch in September (0:00); Some other experienced guns with the chance to make a huge impact (8:47); The Magpies kick off AFLW season 7 with a win (12:42); Touk Miller is a red hot chance to win the Suns' second Brownlow Medal (17:12); Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Embers is out on paternity leave so Fordy joins Tommy and Xav to discuss all the big news and views in WA footy!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Down back defending, organising, up forward kicking goals in Canberra… the honourable Alex Pearce took on more roles than Scomo! Time to Restump Podcast Freo's top 5 securing win over the Giants.He assumed the Ministerial roles for defence, for planning, up the ground on the spacious wing he was the minister for parks and recreation. On Jesse Hogan he became the minister for transport and main roads and when he ventured into unfamiliar territory and kicked a goal…. he said give me the minister for foreign affairs portfolio! While we're all about David Mundy, and rightfully so, we couldn't be happier or more thrilled for Alex Pearce, who will finally play his first finals series in his career. (nobody move for two weeks… we don't want to jinx it)What a weekend of footy! After a degree of lethargy and uninspiring effort early, we managed to get over the top of the Giants in what has to be said was somewhat of an encouraging performance. after quarter time. Did we allow complacency to creep in early on? To be fair, we were minus Lobb and Taberner and then losing Griff before the bounce…. wasn't ideal. But it was more so the lack of energy and urgency that was of concern. The fumbling and ball watching didn't aid the early cause either.However, with about 10 minutes left in the second quarter the purple people came together and when Sonny Walters laid that tackle 25 metres out, went back and slotted his second…. energy levels got a boost. Coming back from 31 points down is a feat in itself.Ironically with a forward line deficient of talls we went on to kick 89 points, our 2nd highest score in the last six weeks. Caleb Serong played a monster, Sonny had a ripping 200th and it was good to get a run into the captain. Quite simply though in the end, we did what we needed to do. We waited and watched Sunday's games hoping for a favourable result to fall our way but as close as we got, it wasn't to be. But regardless of top four or top eight finishes, what a season we've put together. 15 wins and a draw from our 22 games and we now play finals for the first time since 2015. If anyone suggests we haven't exceeded our expectations… you're a tough marker and you're probably an eternally disappointed person! We go over the weekend's game, the good the bad and the indifferent, we talk the Sunday games and what nearly was and could have been, throw around early discussion on the Dogs in two weeks' time and we bring it home with the return of the Ask Jojo segment. Later this week we'll post the hour-long chat we had with the great Ryan Crowley, so hopefully that is enjoyable for all. But before then…. friends, romans, countrymen… lend us your ears for these 45 minutes of packing up the successful purple home and away season.
It's always been Sonny's house and we're just fortunate he allows us to visit. Time to Restump Podcast preview Sonny's 200th and the Giant clash against GWS. What a privilege and an absolute joy it has been for us all to ride along with Sonny on his career to date. Coming up for 200 games, he's kicked 306 goals and many of them have been when we've been in dire need. He was born for the big stage and that has been the setting where he has often done his best work. He has sliced, diced and iced games on many an occasion.At his best he would enter the midfield in second halves and not only drag us back into games but get us over the line. Few could go with or stop him when he was on. The best part of it all is that its far from over and if we go anywhere in September, the smart money will be on Sonny being a big reason.But while we celebrate Sonny's milestone, we need to keep our eyes on this weeks prize… a win over the Giants and a possible top four finish. While a spirited performance against the Dogs last week, the Giants have been off the ball in recent weeks. They have nothing to lose and even less to play for, but… always beware of the sleeping Giant. The captain is back to get a hit out. With no Lobb or Tabs… much of that hitting is going to be needed to be retrieved up forward. With Meek coming in Fyfey should see a bit of time alongside Sean Darcy, who returned to some big form last week. The reality is, it doesn't matter how we get this done but we have to get over the line. We need to start taking these opportunities that are presented to us so, win ugly, win pretty, win boring…. It doesn't matter…. Just get the 4 points.Whatever the case on Saturday the Giants will make us work for it… and that will be odd because work occurring in the vicinity of parliament house? A rare occurrence indeed! Another morning game for us in WA but anywhere anytime comes to mind. Let's get into the preview! So if you can't find anything better to listen to and you settle on us and this 40 minutes.… we question your detective skills, your effort and your low bar listening content expectations!
We sit down with captain and dual Brownlow medallist Nat Fyfe to discuss his injury, how he's assessed the season so far + the impact of David Mundy on the Club after his recent retirement announcement.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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.
Xav, Embers and Fordy are back to discuss all the biggest stories out of WA footy, including the loss that Freo really didn't need to have, Nat Fyfe's fitness and role, the Xavier Ellis cup, Embers' wildest footy trip stories and more.See 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.
Xav, Embers and Fordy are back to discuss all the big news out of WA footy, including Nat Fyfe's rig (and best position for the Dockers), Andrew Brayshaw's Brownlow chances, which of West Coast's uncontracted players go again, Embers' call about West Coast's short-term future, Caleb Serong's form and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What kind of motivation do coaches use, what impact will Nat Fyfe have for Fremantle in the back end of the year, where does Chad Warner sit in Sydney's midfield, would Collingwood have the money for Daniel McStay, what's different with Geelong this year, what premiership contenders would take Taylor Walker, and more.
Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sports chief of staff, to discuss the death of SA legend Neil Kerley, why the Tigers won't have it all their own way against an improving Eagles and why Fremantle should turn two of its greats, Nat Fyfe and David Mundy, into one weapon. 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 email@example.com There's 10 cans of Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Whisky and Cola 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.
Western Huddle | Bring Back Tagging, Rioli's Best Game Since Drug Ban & Nat Fyfe's Confidence Issue Xav & Embers return to unpack a different weekend for WA footy fans as we saw West Coast win 2 in a row and Freo fall to a strong Carlton. The boys talk about their favourite players from the weekend for West Coast and what Nat Fyfe needs to start humming for the dockers. They also call for no more double headers and put the call out for tagging to make its return. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damo and Clarky are joined by KFC SuperCoach legend Al Paton to talk about the Max Gawn injury, Will Brodie with Nat Fyfe back, Midfielders, Defenders, Harry Himmelberg and whether we'd prefer just a league wide bye. The boys also discuss the captaincy options for the upcoming fixture. If you would like to pre-order Al's new book "Of Marsupials & Men" you can do so here. You can also follow Al Paton on Twitter here. Follow Damo and Clarky on Twitter! @DamoSC @QuantumJC
Fordy, Xav and Embers are back to discuss all the biggest news in WA footy, including Freo's impressive win, Nat Fyfe's return, West Coast's rough ride home and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sports chief of staff, visit Melbourne's swish Entrecote restaurant, scene of Steven May's dust-up, and discuss Nat Fyfe's return, what it means in the wet, and whether the Eagles can regroup after the bye. 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.
The role Nat Fyfe will play when he returns to Fremantle's senior side, Melbourne's recent struggled, Christian Petracca's poorly considered take yesterday, the tweak to the umpire dissent rule, and more were discussed in 'Conversation Starters' with Garry and Tim. And they also got the latest AFL contract news from Sam Edmund.
On Tuesday morning, the dress code for AFL players, Garry's interesting commentary on Friday night, fire lighting methods, Prince Louis' antics at the Queen's Jubilee, mid-game timeouts in the AFL, were all discussed in Garry and Tim's 'Ramble', potential "bugging" at Windy Hill back in the day. They asked what role Nat Fyfe will play when he returns to Fremantle's senior side, why Melbourne are struggling, and discussed Christian Petracca's poorly considered take yesterday, the tweak to the umpire dissent rule, and more in 'Conversation Starters'. After getting the latest contract news around the AFL from Sam Edmund, they turned their attention to 'Questions Without Notice', and finished the show with a chat with Bec Maddern, who will be heading down the FreezeMND slide at the MCG on Monday.
More blue dots this week with another six teams on the bye. The trading strategy is simple team, get in players coming off the bye! Maybe you don't need to listen to this episode? We'll run through the trading options … including what to do with Bazlenka whose headbutt is causing a few headaches for Fantasy coaches, not just Zach Tuohy… Play AFL Fantasy at http://fantasy.afl.com.au or download the free smartphone app. Episode guide 4:15 - Darcy Cameron has been one of the picks of the year since Grundy went down. 8:00 - Roy's -3 goes to Bailey Smith for his score ... and his headbutt. 11:45 - Why is the timing of Tom Stewart's concussion 'lucky' for his owners? 16:00 - Dayne Zorko really stepped up after his brutal hand injury. 18:10 - Who will make way at the Dockers after Nat Fyfe's successful WAFL return. 21:00 - Basic bye round trade strategy. 24:15 - Mitch Owens is the No. 1 downgrade target this week. 28:00 - The defenders should be where coaches should look for upgrades as some top options are in Roy's Rollin' 22. 33:30 - Josh Kelly is the pick of the midfielders, but is there value in Zach Merrett? 38:30 - Consider Stephen Coniglio as a forward option. 40:00 - The most traded in players and The Traders' trades. 42:40 - Questions from social media - follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page. 47:10 - Should you trade Mark Blicavs now? 49:30 - Can you triple downgrade just to get Rory Laird next week? 53:45 - Do we keep Dayne Zorko post-byes even though his role keeps changing? 57:15 - Wait on getting your premium forwards until next week says Calvin. 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.
On Monday morning, Garry and Bucks' 'Ramble' included chats about the cold weather kicking in, the most expensive bills to pay, Garry's trip to the footy on Saturday, Kambosos vs Haney, their go to pasta, and more. In the 'Buck Stops Here' Bucks declared a finals berth for Collingwood, and also looked at the Suns recent form, the Swans' defence, Andrew Brayshaw's brilliant work rate and the return of Nat Fyfe to the Fremantle side. Garry's key takeaways from the weekend included a lengthy debate on the umpiring of Jack Ginnivan, and following their news update from Sam Edmund they caught up with Darcy Cameron who discussed his string of solid performances for Collingwood. After going through their 'Questions Without Notice' they were joined by David Neitz who talked about his upcoming slide at Big Freeze 8.
SEN Chief Sports Reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Bucks in the studio to fill them in on all the latest news from Round 12, including the umpiring of Jack Ginnivan, Nat Fyfe's return to the field, the suspected ACL injury to Lachie Weller, and more.
The Suns and Magpies are in Finals contention, Melbourne and Brisbane have some questions to answer, expansion might take from the NFL, Nat Fyfe is almost back, and these players surprised us the most in Round 11 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fourthandlongmedia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fourthandlongmedia/support
Joey, Duck, Daisy and Damo are back to discuss all the big talking points in footy, including getting away over the midweek bye, Nat Fyfe's return in the WAFL, Essendon's review, Tex Walker's contract, how Carlton replace Jacob Weitering, how the Crows are going, coach o the year, the team most vulnerable to miss the 8, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Nat Fyfe will play in the WAFL (0:35); Will Fyfe need to adjust to a new midfield dynamic in 2022? (3:52); More details come on Essendon's “laughable” review (6:51); The launch of the star-studded “Centurions” podcast (11:57); Tonight's mid-season draft (16:54) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sports chief of staff, to discuss what West Coast can gain from the rest of the season, does Nat Fyfe play in the WAFL this weekend and Quarters talks up THAT tip. 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 email@example.com 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.
Fordy, Embers and Xav are back to discuss the big news from WA footy, including an update on Peter Matera's health, Ben Cousins' operation, the issues at West Coast, and will Nat Fyfe return via the WAFL? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Tim to discuss Tom Rogic's decision to withdraw from the Socceroos squad, Nat Fyfe's return to the Fremantle side, Lance Franklin's trip to the tribunal tonight, the potential retirement of Josh Kennedy, and more.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Collingwood v Carlton was “one of the games of the season” (0:38); Mason Cox delivers (3:56); A key injury to the Blues (7:10); Fremantle return to form in style (10:34); Steven May's injury proved costly (14:58); Stuart Dew has an opportunity to make finals (17:30) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Wednesday, May 25th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the freshest responses in the wake of the North Melbourne exodus, with Robbo demanding answers for the fans. Nat Fyfe is set for a return to footy, but when? For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Sydney's “season-defining” clash (0:21); Could we see Dustin Martin on the SCG a whole lot more? (3:37); Sam Mitchell's ruck challenge (8:47); Is mid-season trading worth being introduced? (10:47); Nat Fyfe may return via the WAFL (13:49); Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joey, Duck, Daisy and Damo are back to talk through all the big talking points in footy, including Daisy's return in the Sorrento reserves, Erin Phillips' move to Port, Jack Ginnivan's Anzac Day out, Simon Goodwin having covid, the ruck dramas around the competition, Nat Fyfe's return, Paddy McCartin's concussion, the Daisy Duck Dive, a preview of round 7 and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Xavier Ellis, Andrew Embley and Andrew Fordham discuss all the biggest news in WA footy, including whether Freo are the real deal, what they do with Nat Fyfe, West Coast's issues, Elliot Yeo's fitness, and which Eagles players should be nervous. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.