AFL decision the right outcome for Bombers players

Jackson Clark is celebrating the 34 players under doping allegations being found not guilty. A testament to their resilience and discipline in the face of unprecedented pressure and innuendo, they can now get on with what they do best.

The Mirror Has Two Faces … But the coin the wilfully blind are flipping tells a different tale.

James Hird v the AFL. Selfishness by Hird? Thuggish application of standover tactics by the AFL? Gregor Lewis gives his view of the court proceedings currently taking place.

Did Eddie McGuire know about Essendon’s supplements regimen?

Jackson Clark muses about the ethical dilemmas that face an AFL Club President who is also a media commentator? Would such a person air an issue that was in the public interest, but not in the interests of his club or the game?

Don’t ban the Bombers players

Jackson Clark thinks that the Essendon players are victims not perpetrators. Punishment should be directed at coaches and management not players.