AFL: Tom Rockliff says Australia means business against Ireland tomorrow night.
SOCCEROOS: Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou could be fighting for his job if the team does not perform in January’s Asian Cup, according to Melbourne Victory striker Archie Thompson.
ASADA: Former Essendon ruckman Paddy Ryder is happily married and excited to have found himself at Port Adelaide, however the lingering ASADA case still has him feeling a few nerves.
AFL: Geelong skipper says he "can't wait" for luckless teammate to make comeback.
LISTEN: There are fears Friday's ODI at the MCG could be played before a smaller crowd than the much-maligned International Rules.
LISTEN: Mitch Clark says he’ll be doing everything possible to play in Geelong's season-opener.
AFL: High-flying Melbourne all-rounder Jeremy Howe rejected a lucrative offer from the GWS Giants in the final hours of the NAB Trade Period, according to Sam McClure.
ESSENDON: The split between Mark Thompson and Essendon was expected, according to club champion Matthew Lloyd.
MUNDINE: If there is one thing you can always bet your bottom dollar on, it’s that Anthony Mundine will be full of confidence ahead of any upcoming fight.
AFL: The signings of Neil Balme and Dr Chris Bradshaw to Collingwood could come at a price for some of the clubs recruiters, according to Sam McClure.
AFL: AFL fans could be watching one match a week via a pay-per-view service produced by AFL media in the next TV rights deal.
BULLDOGS: The Western Bulldogs coaching role is still open and Mark Williams is the man for the job, according to Gerard Healy and Nathan Brown.
DRAFT: The NAB AFL Draft is less than a month away and we expect to see St Kilda select Eastern Rangers tough inside midfielder Christian Petracca with its number one pick.
AFL: Despite criticism for the seven-year, multi-million dollar deal for Tom Boyd, the Western Bulldogs future is now looking strong, according to club great Brad Johnson.
GOLD COAST: The wife of Gold Coast’s newest coach Rodney Eade has mixed feelings about his recent job appointment.
AFL: The Gold Coast Suns are expected to announce Rodney Eade as its coach for the next four years, according to Sam McClure.
BOMBERS: Essendon’s newest assistant coach Mark Harvey is refreshed and excited to join the club, after having a year out of the inner sanctum at AFL level.
SLEDGE: Essendon champion Matthew Lloyd has given Shane Warne a sledge for a ‘selfie’ he posted on twitter over the weekend.
EXCLUSIVE: It’s been nearly five weeks since Adelaide made the shock announcement that they would not be going forward with Brenton Sanderson as their coach.
AFL: Essendon champion Matthew Lloyd is excited by the clubs appointment of Mark Harvey as an assistant coach.
AFL: Former Gold Coast Suns coach Guy McKenna is destined for Victoria, according to Sam McClure.
EDITORIAL: Gerard Healy tells his strong stance on the AFL's decision to band Sydney from treading in the next two years due to COLA.
AFL: St Kilda CEO Matthew Finnis insists the club has not sacked Head of Football Chris Pelchen and they aim to make the change a smooth one.
AFL: Despite the lingering drugs saga at Essendon, each player who went to Essendon over the trade period wanted to go to the club, according to list-manager Adrian Dodoro.
TRADE PERIOD: Collingwood has won the premiership of the trade period, according to Dwayne Russell.
AFL: After GWS back flipped on their promise not to trade Tom Boyd ‘under any circumstances’, the Bulldogs were able to convince the Giants make the swap.
AFL: The Brisbane Lions have emerged from the trade period with nothing but smiles, as they secure two ‘a-grade’ players, according to CEO Greg Swann.
TRADE WEEK: Travis Varcoe’s manager Tom Petroro expects his client to be wearing the black and white in the next two days, after a long ten days of negotiation with other clubs and management.
INS AND OUTS: The all-important team selections for the first round of the finals.
LISTEN: Jake Carlisle’s manager has denied rumours the Bombers key forward will not be playing for the club in 2015.
LISTEN:North Melbourne coach Brad Scott said the Kangaroos are in the strongest position so far this season as they head into Saturday’s elimination final against Essendon.
LISTEN: Brisbane Lions Lewis Taylor took out the 2014 AFL Rising Star award by one vote from Bulldog Marcus Bontempelli. He joined Gerard and Dwayne in studio.
LISTEN: St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has paid tribute to retiring Magpie Luke Ball, telling Sports Today how he tried to keep his good friend at the Saints.
LISTEN: While much of the AFL world celebrates the end of Karmichael Hunt’s ground-breaking career, league legend Leigh Matthews has slammed the inter-code experiment saying it belittled the AFL.
LISTEN: Retiring West Coast champion Dean Cox says flying business class is the reason he’s had such a long AFL career.
LISTEN: Doctor Peter Larkins says former Geelong footballer Matthew Egan’s decision to sue the club’s doctor and orthopaedic surgeon is odd.
LISTEN: St Kilda's retiring club great Lenny Hayes says he’s yet to make any decision on his future, adding he has never said he will go into a coaching role.
LISTEN: Sydney Swans midfielder Dan Hannebery says there will be no ‘flirting with form’ so close to September.
LISTEN: Leigh Matthews says if Melbourne doesn’t get a priority pick, he doesn't know which clubs will.
LISTEN: The AFL is set to trial a controversial roof policy with Etihad Stadium which would see the roof partially open and closed for different matches.
LISTEN: St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis has denied claims the club is interested in applying for a priority pick.
LISTEN: Matthew Lloyd says in four weeks Lance Franklin may well be a three-time premiership player, three-time Coleman medallist, five times All-Australian, best and fairest and a Norm Smith medallist.
LISTEN: After much speculation, Cameron Ling has made the decision to stay in the media despite impressive coaching offers.
RETIRED:Two-time premiership winning defender Lewis Roberts-Thomson has announced his immediate retirement from the AFL.
LISTEN: Sydney Swans coach John Longmire says veteran midfielder Ryan O’Keefe is yet to make a decision on his future.
BONANZA: The AFL and MCG are at loggerheads over the stadium's decision to stage three soccer games during the peak of the footy season.
CLASH: With the 2015 AFL Grand final confirmed for the first Saturday in October, Racing Victoria is in a bind with the pinnacle of the football season clashing with the official start of Spring Racing, Turnbull Stakes Day.
Round 20 teams: Daniher in, Fletch and Bellchambers out for the Bombers clash against Richmond on Friday.
LISTEN: Champion midfielder Boomer Harvey is at the centre of an internal rift* at the Kangaroos, which has the potential to split the club down the middle.
LISTEN: Potential top draft pick, Patrick McCartin has revealed he has been approached by several clubs including Dockers, Saints and Bulldogs ahead of November’s draft.
AFL: Geelong's Steve Johnson has successfully challenged a report for kneeing North Melbourne's Scott Thompson.
LISTEN: Bomber Jason Winderlich has announced his retirement from the game at the end of the 2014 season.
LISTEN: AFL operations manager Mark Evans has rejected calls by lawyer David Galbally QC for some AFL players to be charged with assault following serious incidents on the field
LISTEN: Die-hard NRL tragic and Sydney journalist Philip 'Buzz' Rothfield appears to have made a miraculous conversion to AFL.
LISTEN: St Kilda veteran Lenny Hayes will hang up the boots at season's end after announcing his retirement on Tuesday. Here he speaks to Sports Today.
LISTEN: Football legend Leigh Matthews says Mick Malthouse's surliness and hostile demeanour may not be his biggest faults at present.
AFL: Collingwood premiership captain Nick Maxwell has announed his retirement, effective immediately.
WATCH: Dwayne Russell says Matt White's running goal was the best goal he's ever seen - but the rest of the panel were in furious disagreement.
LISTEN: Ahead of the Geelong Essendon clash on Friday night at Etihad Stadium, the Cats power forward Tom Hawkins has said when they get everything right they can beat anyone.
CRAWF: Shane Crawford joined Gerard Healy and Dwayne Russell in the studio and revealed what he will focus on this weekend.
ARREST: Victoria Police have reportedly arrested and questioned controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank over the alleged theft of peptides.
LISTEN: AFL Operations Manager has conceded the AFL need to improve consistency around managing on-field concussion incidents, after Geelong’s Allen Christensen was allowed back onto the field just minutes after receiving a head knock against Gold Coast.
LISTEN: After 13 rounds of the 2014 AFL season, it’s been revealed crowds are officially up year on year, but Melbourne figures are still not up to scratch.
LISTEN: After a stressful season start with Buddy Franklin’s contract hogging the headlines, Swans CEO says things have been looking a lot better in recent weeks as record crowds flock to the SCG.
SUPPLEMENTS SAGA: Essendon has lodged an application in the Federal Court of Australia, challenging the legality of the AFL/ASADA joint investigation process.
DWAYNE RUSSELL: Enough of this beating around the bush, I reckon, and enough of this respectable loss, gallant loss, fantastic effort garbage.
LISTEN: Adelaide star Patrick Dangerfield says the enormous amount of media coverage affects his enjoyment of the game.
LISTEN: Tigers champion Matthew Richardson has named several players on the cusp of being dropped.
LISTEN: Injured Hawthorn captain Luke Hodge says there was no malice in Nat Fyfe’s bump into Gold Coast star Michael Rischitelli.
LISTEN: Matthew Lloyd says Melbourne should take the draft pick and let go of defender James Frawley.
TEAMS: Hawthorn premiership star Sam Mitchell has been named to return from injury in tomorrow night's grand final rematch with Fremantle.
LISTEN: Outgoing AFL chief Andrew Demetriou says there are only two teams exciting him at the moment.
WATCH:Australia’s big-hitting left-hander Dave Warner was spotted during a training session this week hitting the ball out of the park right-handed.