Sean Curtain sees parallels between the Hird/Essendon/ASADA Federal Court case and the selfishness of Macbeth. He also sees that the court actioon is a bit like saying that whatever evidence you found when you searched my house that could convict me is inadmissible because your search warrant was wrong.
Essendon and Hird v ASADA and AFL – Day 1: James Hird channels Macbeth in a staggering display of selfishness
You’ve got to worry when the most memorable events of a game don’t involve kicking the ball, taking a mark, or a decent bit of play. Sean Curtain tolerates a 27 point Tiger win.
The Bananarama Brownlow: It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it. Keeping the Fairest in the B&F.
The perennial debate about eligibility for the Brownlow medal is gathering momentum, as Gary Ablett’s injury meets Nate Fyfe’s stellar form. The ghosts of McKernan and Grant are being revived and pundits are bellowing out the for-and-against arguments.
Should a person who has given so much be hung by so little? Sean Curtain has a crack at an impartial view of the return of James Hird.
What do they know of football, who only football know? Questions asked of retiring footballers (“So, coaching or the media?”)
Three decorated players have retired in the last 24 hours. We assume coaching or the media careers await. But what if they want to do something else?
The Biggest Losers: The full cast list of the EFC drugs issue and who has lost the most (and least) throughout
Sean Curtain surveys the “winners and losers” from the Essendon Drugs Scandal. Cast your own votes for “Heroes and Villains”.
Glancing at the World Cup: 5 questions from my once-in-every-four-year soujorn to the beautiful game
Sean Curtain wants to be able to follow soccer with a bit more authority, but he needs some answers.
Suarez’s ‘reflex’ bite leads Sean Curtain to consider possible outcomes in other sporting codes. Anyone else thinking Hannibal Lecter’s facemask might come in handy?
Sean Curtain relays a conversation overheard out at Bomberland this morning. “Tell us it ain’t true Mr Hird/Dank/Little/Thompson.”
21 Deep, Penetrating, Important, Philosophical Questions: Gospel music, Twistie Rolls and Shaun Hampson
Sean Curtain isn’t afraid to ask the hard questions. From Van Morrison to the value of St Kilda in the AFL, they are all questions worth asking. Have you got answers?
With the new Hall of Fame inductees announced, Sean Curtain’s mind turns to who will be the next Legend of the Game inducted next year. Nominations please.
Did the Son of God get a good run from those in charge?
Sean Curtain has a list of things that we waste our time talking about and doing. Richmond are just the tip of his iceberg.
Re-writing the laws of Maths: The bare-faced cheek and bulldust spin doctoring about names on jumpers
Maths is an exact science, says Sean Curtain. He’s not fussed either way by player names on the back of jumpers, but doesn’t like being bulldusted to by the AFL.
Something is happening here, but you don’t know what it is, do you – Mr Curtain? Or Mr Malthouse? Mr Roos? Mr Demetriou? Sean asks for directions home.
Sean Curtain argues the case for Rick Astley as a modern-day guru cum prophet. [May prompt a diverse reaction - Ed]
Sean Curtain reckons it was not just the Richmond forward line stinking it up on Saturday.
Sean Curtain reckons the AFL have really dropped the ball with the opening fixture – mistiming, missed opportunities and an all-round mess. Here’s his analysis of what is, and what should have been.
It’s a truism in sport, and something that Australians pride themselves on, that once the final whistle goes you leave it on the field and shake hands. However, try as he might, Sean Curtain isn’t always able to do the same in real life. But could he really leave an outstretched hand hanging?
Sean Curtain suggests some rules changes for T20 cricket to make it a fairer contest for the bowling/fielding team. Give us your opinions and suggestions.