Mike Hugo sits down at the selection table for Port Adelaide. How has he done?
Go back to where you came from: A best XXI celebrating 25 years of questionable recruiting at Carlton
For every Matt Clape, there’s a Cain Ackland and a Cloke. The People’s Elbow looks at Carlton’s recruiting over the past 25 years…
Thank whomever for the (Bentleigh) Salvos or else Swish may not have fossicked out this seldom-seen book of 90s footy fan writing.
David Wilson’s next instalment of Daz; the young fella we met having summer dreams. School is back.
Alex Darling continues a poetic look at the AFL sides with some Port observations
Match Report on Lao Elephants Triumphant Div 2 Asian Championships [Great yarn, maybe worth a bucket list – ed]
Glen has a crack at a Bulldogs team that departed the Kennel
Phil Dimitriadis’s latest piece on Collingwood’s best 22 Non-Victorian players
Alex Darling provides a solid argument why a Tassie based AFL Team is unviable
Pre-season is a time for hope, Wesley Hull shares his optimism for Essendon’s Season
Les Everett stumbled upon a footy show at the Perth’s ‘Fringe World Festival’ of all places. He is now a premiership player.
No apology necessary, Lord Bogan. Anything Victorians can do, South Australians can do in reverse order. Including the best Crows team that started elsewhere.
Exclamation Glen! That mysterious man with no surname and a proclivity for unnecessary emphasis has inspired me this week. Glen! got me thinking about the best 22 to represent the Pies who started their careers at other VFL/AFL clubs. Indeed, there is a VFL/AFL bias in this team and my apologies go out to Ashwood, Baulderstone, Brown, Randall and Schwerdt in advance.
A ripping speech from Alex Marcou detailing Carlton’s trips to the Lodge in the early ’80s.
Andrew Leonedas has a crack at the mob from Maribyrnong
Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life 2016 continues with Eddie Watch and injury updates
“The golden age of footy video games” is a phrase rarely heard in Almanac circles. Alex Darling has changed all that.
Glen’s fourth Quaddy leg is this list of players whose careers kicked on once they moved to Sleepy Hollow. Give us yours.