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Dank, the sport scientist at the centre of the AFL and NRL doping probes, was legally obliged to cooperate with the Australian Crime Commission and gave that agency two interviews before it produced its explosive report into sport, drugs and
The football department was part-chemical laboratory and the footballers were told to sign confidentiality agreements to keep the program a secret. To date, only Evans has taken the blame for the scandal, although he is understood to have had no
Asked about the Reid letter yesterday, Essendon chairman David Evans said: "Bruce did write a letter and one of the confusing things here is we're confused as to where that letter went." "Clearly that letter didn't go to who it should have and that,
Essendon great Tim Watson says no sackings are expected to flow from the independent review into irregular practices at the AFL club last year. Chairman David Evans is expected to announce on Monday the key findings of the review, headed by former
The AFL Commission was increasingly concerned that sport scientists were over-ruling club doctors and the AFL Players Association looked at legislating against that influence...Although the team instead took a risk by attempting to fly in dangerous
David Evans today is holding an internal report that does not answer every question on the drug scandal at Windy Hill...The former Telstra boss was called to Essendon by Evans to review the "governance" at Windy Hill. That is, how the Bombers'
Essendon chief executive David Evans announces the inquiry by Ziggy Switkowski on February 27. Photo: Ken Irwin The day of reckoning is approaching for a number of senior Essendon officials including club chief executive Ian Robson and football boss
That investigation is apparently only weeks away from reporting its findings. The pressure on Hird ramped up considerably late last week when allegations were made public that he had taken Hexarelin. The peptide is a banned substance for players, but
Essendon's Brent Stanton battles with Fremantle's Zac Dawson on Friday. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo As Essendon seized on the emotion of Friday night's on-the-road triumph over Fremantle, midfielder Brent Stanton insisted ''everything was above board''
James Hird at quarter time during Essendon's match against Fremantle. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Serious inconsistencies in James Hird's version of events that took place during last year's football season have become a matter of grave concern for the