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New Roos renew hope at Arden Street

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BEFORE the season began they were red hot favourites for the wooden spoon. Now the Kangaroos are showing they are a growing force to be reckoned with. GEOFF POULTER reports: IT’S tempting fate to rile the Footy Gods. They tend to respond unkindly to cockiness ... More »

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Magpies on the march – maybe

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STAND BY FOR the biggest footy match of the year so far as Collingwood try to convince their long-suffering supporters that they have turned the corner at last, says Chief Writer RON REED. More »

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Eagles record there to be broken – just not yet

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SMALL MERCY for the Blues as one of their old boys fails, for once, to put them to the sword, writes  RON REED: LONG-SUFFERING CARLTON fans, this one no exception, arrived at the MCG late on Saturday afternoon – well, some did, a lot didn’t – fearing two night... More »

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Buddy joins the all-time greats

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IT TAKES a very special player to push the mighty Alex Jesaulenko out of a team of all-time champions, but GEOFF POULTER reckons that Buddy Franklin has now earned that honour: THE time has come. Buddy must be included in the best team of all time. On the benc... More »

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The flag the players owned, not the coach

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COACHES USUALLY get the credit for masterminding any premiership win but that wasn’t quite the case the last time Carlton saluted, writes RON REED: DAVID PARKIN coached Carlton to three premierships and Hawthorn to one and it goes without saying that he is pro... More »

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Footy crush is a tragedy waiting to happen

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FOOTY FANS have grown used to the crush and the queueing trying to get on to trains after big games at the MCG and Etihad Stadium. But, could they be putting their lives at risk? PAUL GOUGH recalls the Hillsborough tragedy in Britain and warns that it could ha... More »

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Footy’s full of sorry streaks

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DEMON Sportshound LAWRENCE MONEY has endured more than his fair share of pain since the glory days of the 1950s and early 60s. In recent years the hurt has come in the form of the Shinboner Streak. More »