Glen spent 30 years tearing his hair out on the sidelines and is now paying the price. Here are the players he blames for his thinning top.
Glen! picks a team of Australian Test cricketers who have coached other nations. Can you think of any more?
With Usman Khawaja facing the country of his birth up at the Gabba, Glen comes up with a dinki-di, true blue Australian multicultural XII.
Having already put together his team of Australian one-Test wonders, Glen now picks a side of Australian cricketers serviceable on the One-Day scene but never to play a Test. Thoughts?
With the latest round of Test selections and axings, Glen! has compiled a team of one test cricketers, can you add to his selections?
Next week is the centenary of the plebiscite when Australia voted NO to conscription, a national event that Glen feels is overlooked.
In this tribute to Max Walker, Glen also asks recalls other VFL players and cricketers who combined their sports.
Do you know Frank Anstey and his role in Australian History? Glen! fills in the blanks.
Glen! has spent some time in Hay recently, and that has him wondering which good sportspeople – especially VFL and AFL footballers – have come from Hay. All suggestions welcome.
Glen reports on Saturday’s race meet in Corowa.
Glen breathes in the country air at Kinglake and remembers how footy used to be played, a winter sport in wintry conditions.
Prompted by the efforts of Mason Cox (Collingwood, USA), Glen! selects a team of VFL/AFL footballers born outside of Australia. [Add your own selection – Ed].
Glen highlights the life of an Aussie Rules founder.
Glen! reviews The Hafey Years; Reliving a golden Era at Richmond, by Elliot Cartledge perhaps worth a read down at Tigerland.
Footscray have lost a loyal fan in this tribute by Glen! to his mother.
Glen presents a team of inked players, has he left anyone out?
Another gem from Glen!, with this “hair today, gone tomorrow” team of nude nuts. Who else should get a run?
Glen! moves beyond the AFL/VFL to select his best team from the mighty Port Melbourne Burra’s (Boroughs? – Ed) that dominated the VFA in the 70’s and 80’s.