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Penny Stephens The AFL has confirmed there is nothing written in the "Terms of the Deed" for James Hird's 12-month suspension that specifically states the coach-in-exile cannot be paid by Essendon during the period of his ban. However, the league
According to the list, the Penrith Panthers is the nation's most valuable brand, at $46.2 million. Collingwood has the AFL's most valuable brand. 'Brand value' can be hard to measure objectively, especially when considering the unfailing loyalty
Pat Scala Amid the leaked emails, backroom negotiations and allegations of what may or may not have been offered to James Hird in order for him to accept a suspension, what often appears forgotten through this shambolic mess at Essendon is the health
Chapman said his new teammates were also putting the saga behind them. "I suppose it would be good for everyone if it was just out there and everyone can move on," he said. "We focus on football and a lot of this stuff is out of everyone's control. "
The sanction accepted by James Hird included a suspension for 12 months and the fact he could not be on the payroll of the Essendon Football Club for the duration of the suspension. Some of the coverage by News Limited today appears to assert the AFL
We will be bringing you the best of what's happening this morning, so you can get across the news quickly...A suspect was taken into custody following a report of a man near the University of New Haven campus with what appeared to be a rifle, the
AFL, Paul Little and John Wylie told the Herald Sun about the latest revelations in the Essendon supplements saga. Essendon and James Hird in talks to end the AFL supplement scandal. Essendon and James Hird in talks to end the AFL supplement scandal.
And while Buckley could have come back swinging on Thursday, he'd clearly taken on board just how big a toll two full months of uncertainty had taken on the dual premiership ruckman. Not to mention the sinking feeling of a career being ended against
Supplied The AFL is investigating whether Essendon trialled players ahead of the national and rookie drafts, after warning clubs against conducting unapproved testing of prospects in the leadup to the draft. The Bombers lodged a list of unlisted
The 23-year-old, who played 11 senior games in 2013, said: Over the past season the club has stood strong. As a playing group we've become tighter and I can't wait to pull on the red-and-black again next season. "We're really optimistic about the