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Melbourne has three footy sessions a week, each with a different focus: defence, offence, stoppages and game sense. It means that, after a brief introduction by coach Mark Neeld, it's defensive coach Jade Rawlings' turn to run through today's drills
Story continues below ''My driveway's about 500 metres long, so that was pretty helpful,'' he said this week. ''If I had to do a three-kilometre time trial I'd just go out and run up and down six times. James - who will be an obvious focus when
Former North Melbourne coach Dean Laidley will join St Kilda as an assistant coach. St Kilda's junior list and Dean Laidley's voice speeds up with excitement. The former North Melbourne coach and Kangaroos premiership player was yesterday appointed
The pair were key members of the Hawks' coaching panel for several years, including the 2008 premiership campaign. Having spent the past seven seasons on Hawthorn's coaching panel, the 46-year-old Smith has signed a three-year deal to take charge of
Jon Pierik September 14, 2011 THE battle for Neil Craig's signature continued yesterday when he again met the Brisbane Lions. Lions officials flew to Adelaide to resume discussions in the hope of securing Craig in a possible director of coaching role
Story continues below "He's the ultimate team player and he sets a great example for every other player at this club," Scott said on Wednesday. Rawlings, a three-time winner of North's best-and-fairest award, broke the news to his teammates this week.
THE performance clauses imposed on Brisbane coach Michael Voss could determine if Neil Craig joins the Lions. The former Crows coach is determined to serve as a mentor/assistant without posing a threat to the main man. Should Craig be satisfied Voss
Staker, who is unavailable for interviews before the match, played two games in the Lions reserves and has been named on the halfback flank for the clash with the Cats, pitting him against the likes of Steve Johnson, Paul Chapman and James Podsiadly.
THE Lions remain committed to Plan A despite their horrible start to the 2011 season. A lesser group could be excused for splintering after losing their talisman Jonathan Brown and dropping assignments against Fremantle, the Bulldogs and Melbourne.
Melbourne last night emerged as the front-runner to play four home matches in Hobart from 2012. The Kangaroos, Richmond and Melbourne had all expressed interest in shifting matches to Bellerive Oval, but it appears the Kangaroos are now well placed