How Daniel Rich found so much space is on the agenda, along with what Sydney's win over Richmond means and a few mini-thoughts about Melbourne, Geelong and West Coast.
Where to start? The short version is all the negative parts of the first two weeks coalesced into an unstoppable snowball. The long version … well. Here we go.
A fortnight in to 2021 and we’ve already been gifted a contender for match of the season, Sunday afternoon’s clash between the Western Bulldogs and West Coast a pulsating encounter.
Let’s step away from the football field for a moment. Every day, whether it be at work, social circles, spare time, or anything in between, we’re all aiming to achieve something.
One of the most enjoyable parts of Round 1 is looking at trends to figure out what will stick, and what’s a mirage.
Given North Melbourne’s current status, it’s too simplistic to look at weekends as win = good, loss = bad.
It's hardly revealing a state secret in saying North Melbourne won't be playing deep into September this year, which makes it the perfect time to throw things at the wall to see what sticks.
Just a little bit has happened since the end of North Melbourne’s 2020 campaign. Coach change, significant list changes, essentially a whole remodel.
Welcome to the 2020 AFL Trade Period. Here are a series of tips and tricks for how to survive it without losing your mind.
This dossier is a little different to the previous three. There’s next to no point detailing how Richmond plays, because everyone knows that.