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Draft numbers can only add up to unnecessary pressure

Another former top 10 draft pick gives away AFL football prematurely. Perhaps we need to stop weighing those talented kids down with so much expectation.

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Can we please call off the childish cultural code wars?

We’re fortunate to have so many different quality sports. It’s about time some people just enjoyed them and quit the infantile “my game’s better than yours” routine.

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International Rules can work if AFL gets serious about it

You’d barely know the International Rules series was on this year, but this is a concept with which the AFL should persevere.

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Passing parade of players might just end in a premiership

A lot more AFL clubs these days can see themselves as potential premiers. And their recruiting reflects it.

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AFL fixture: Footyology formula names the winners and losers

Footyology’s AFL fixture formula analyses the winners and losers from the 2017 AFL draw.

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Hard on Hawks but Hodge finds an even higher purpose

Hawthorn fans are having to get used to seeing old favourites in other clubs’ jumpers. But Luke Hodge’s move to Brisbane is a great thing for the game.

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Rare insight into Richmond’s remarkable premiership win

“Yellow & Black: A Season With Richmond”, is arguably the most compelling book about the inner workings of an AFL club yet produced.

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Football concussion studies going back to the grass roots

The AFL is beginning to take the ramifications of player concussion seriously. But experts are also doing important research at grass roots level.

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AFL needs to show some good faith on Good Friday fixture

If the AFL is serious about equalisation, it will allow North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs at least a chance to make Good Friday their own.

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Selling hope for AFL clubs easier than usual this summer

This summer, AFL fans are entitled to more hope about their teams’ prospects for next year than ever before. All of them.

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