We have the game covered.


  • RoCo's Wrap: Tedious debate is drawing a rather long bow
    Every time we have a draw (and that's not often) the same old chestnut about getting rid of them rears its ugly head. Well here's our response. Bugger off.
  • Match of the Day: Geelong grinds out a win full of grit
    Geelong will have more spectacular wins this season. But this one underlined the Cats' credentials as a side which can also grind it out.
  • Footyology Podcast: Barely alive and it's only Round 5!
    RoCo & Finey ponder the issues of the week, discuss the ins and outs of the football media, preview the games and make the big calls on the Footyology podcast!

Footyology TV

  • Footyology TV - Sunday 22nd April 2018


Here’s why you should read Footyology…

“Rohan Connolly has always shown his great love and knowledge of footy in his many writings over the years , I’m glad that passion and game analysis will continue on his Footyology web site.”
LEIGH MATTHEWS (AFL Legend of the Game)

“Rohan Connolly is one of football’s best writers with an intricate knowledge of the game that makes his work compelling, interesting and provocative. His great sense of the game’s history gives him great credibility. He has forthright views that are balanced and educational for the reader. I recommend anyone who loves Australian rules footy to read his body of work, hard news stories, colour stories and opinion pieces.”
KEVIN BARTLETT (AFL Legend of the Game)

“I have great admiration for Rohan’s knowledge of the game and in particular his appreciation of its history. When things do happen in football, he is all over the context and back story, which makes him always worth listening to and reading. He has a particular way of analysing the game which for a football person of 40 years in the game always makes sense, and is distinctly different from others. That’s pretty rare.”
MICK MALTHOUSE (AFL games coached record holder)


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