Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs: Out-coached, outplayed, out of the finals.

Port supporter Nick Kossatch is bitterly disappointed with the performance of his team and pays his respect to the Western Bulldogs coaches (who got plenty right) and players (who dealt with all that was thrown at them before and during the game).

AFL in the 2010s – snapshot moments that created a decade of greatness and stories

Sean Mortell looks back over the past decade of footy highlighting some of the many key moments during that period of time.

Alan Richardson’s Shocking Resignation

Yoshi was blind-sided by the resignation of St Kilda’s Alan Richardson and feels sorry for the fallen coach. From far-away Japan, he offers his thoughts on the best way for the club to move on. (You can almost feel Yoshi’s angst – Ed.)

A Loss of Mutual Trust: Adventures In Modern Day Sports Writing

Craig Litza Little discusses the nature of contemporary sportswriting at a time when in both the US and Australia there is reflection on how it has changed since the 1980s. He looks at a new book to be published by Geoff Slattery (with Russell Jackson heavily involved) and the recent coverage of Tom Boyd’s retirement as stimulus for the discussion.

Almanac Book Review – A Wink from the Universe: Trust and positives having created Bulldogs fairytales

Yoshi has taken much inspiration from Martin Flanagan’s retelling of the Bulldogs’ 2016 season.

Round 23 – Richmond v Bulldogs: 2016 versus 2017

Gigs is getting bullish about his Bullies, even after a three point loss!

Fearless 2018: Round 18- The wheat from the chaff is slowly getting sorted…

Fearless presents his thoughts about the Round 18 results.

Will zones improve the Game?

Max Hatzoglou ponders the virtues of zones and starting positions and their implications on the style of the game.

Rounds 1 and 2 – Fearless: I’m back!

Fearless is back! Read his wrap up of Rounds 1 and 2 right here!

2016 Grand Final – A West Side Story

Anne Gilbee relives her truly unique and surreal experience of the Bulldogs winning the 2016 Premiership. For her it was the most amazing dream come true.

Yoshi’s thoughts on Jake Stringer

Yoshi looks at the playing career of Jake Stringer and what might be next for the exciting forward.

An angel in our corner

Bob Murphy was the sort of player who walked the walk as well as talking the talk. Neil Anderson has penned a thank you to the man they call Bob.

Round 17 – Carlton v Western Bulldogs: Dogs not done yet… still got a trick or two up their long sleeves

The Western Bulldogs got the job done against Carlton on a cold arvo. It wasn’t an impressive performance but their finals chances are still alive.

Round 12 – Sydney v Western Bulldogs: Welcome surprise

Mathilde de Hauteclocque offers up a slice of footy wisdom as she explains why the unpredictable nature of the game is what makes it so enthralling.

We’ll always have Paris: The 2017 Western Bulldogs

These are tough times for Western Bulldogs supporters, with the team sitting at 6-6 after thirteen rounds. Neil Anderson gives us a deep insight into the mind of a lifelong Footscray/Western Bulldogs fan.

Cycles, Troughs and Peaks

Peter Crossing expertly summarises the AFL season to date. [So who finishes in the top 8?]

VFL Round 1 – Williamstown v Casey: Across The Bay

Jack Banister ventured out to Williamstown to watch the Seagulls defeat their AFL-affiliated opponent Casey.

Almanac Footy – Armistice

Neil Anderson takes us back to the Western Bulldogs premiership win last year and the impact it has had on the team and it’s supporters.

I thought of you

It’s been a wonderful few months for Doggies’ fans – especially this one, Neil Anderson, who has received many greetings from friends, who say the same thing: “I thought of you.”

Being a good coach – Luke Beveridge

Following his astute assessment of Alastair Clarkson, Yoshi has now provided thoughtful insight into Premiership Coach Luke Beveridge.