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Sam Edmund’s trade period update on Heppell, Henry, Geelong’s “number one target” and more

WITHOUT Chief reporter Sam Edmund has the latest on a number of players linked with a move during the 2022 trade period. This year’s exchange window begins in early October, meaning there are less than two months until clubs are able to wheel and deal. Edmund predicts a much more exciting affair than last year’s …

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“The challenge” for Michael Voss as teams begin to solve the Blues blueprint

Pressure will begin to mount on Carlton and coach Michael Voss as teams begin to work out their game style. Can the Blues adjust and find other ways to win? Kane Cornes believes the next three weeks will be crucial in answering that question. Carlton currently has 12 wins with Brisbane, Melbourne and Collingwood to …

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Former recruiter calls out Crows criticism, claims they’re “way better” than the competition thinks

Former AFL recruiter Matt Rendell believes Adelaide has been underrated by the footy media and is far better than their current ladder position. The Crows upset Carlton in Round 20 to the tune of 29 points to move into 15th on the ladder with six wins after seven victories last season. Given the lack of …

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Gerard Whateley re-commits to SEN

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) is proud to announce Gerard Whateley will continue to call SEN home, with the acclaimed broadcaster and Chief Sports Caller re-signing with the network. Whateley joined SEN in 2018, combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotional broadcasting, his self-titled morning show sets the sporting agenda for the day ahead. Whateley …

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Clubs urged to poach Darcy given Freo’s Jackson pursuit

Gerard Whateley believes rival clubs should be looking to poach Fremantle ruckman Sean Darcy, given the club’s reported pursuit of Luke Jackson. Melbourne confirmed on Friday Jackson had put off contract talks until the end of the season amid speculation he’s set to sign a big-money offer from the Dockers and return home to Western …

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Luke Jackson puts off Melbourne contract talks until the end of the season

Luke Jackson has put off contract talks with Melbourne until the end of the year, says the club’s head of footy Alan Richardson. Jackson remains the next significant signature for the Demons after re-signing Angus Brayshaw earlier this week. However, all the signs don’t read well for Melbourne fans. Jackson is yet to re-commit past …

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