Three takeaways from round ten

Brad Scott and North Melbourne’s handling of their situation is a welcome change  So often we have seen a coach sensationally sacked or the pressure piled on a coach so furiously that eventually the club succumbs; but only after a long and painful build up. Not in this instance however, as both Scott and the […]

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Three takeaways from round nine

Geelong and Collingwood are a class above the rest The Cats were challenged against the Bulldogs on Saturday whilst the Magpies flexed their muscles on a competitive Saints outfit only hours earlier. If you looked at the final scores you could be forgiven for thinking it was two plain-sailing wins, but both sides were pressed […]

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Three takeaways from round seven

We can’t trust Port… yet. Following Port Adelaide’s promising start to the season, the build up to their clash versus Collingwood last Friday night was full of anticipation. Most of us knew what we were going to get from the Magpies, who have been impressive in 2019, the main question was whether the Power could […]

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Three takeaways from round six

There will always be booing whether we like it or not  The louder the uproar, the louder the boos. That seemed to be the case when Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley addressed a raucous MCG crowd on Thursday following Essendon and Collingwood’s Anzac Day contest. Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury thanked both sides of the MCG crowd […]

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Three takeaways from round five

The Bombers are starting to look like the team many thought they would be Following a gloomy 0-2 start to the year, all roads led to Essendon when it came to which club was under the most pressure early on this season. Coach John Worsfold was under the spotlight, and there was criticism of effort […]

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