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Gold Coast coach Stuart Dew has marked the AFL match against Essendon as a vital fixture in the Suns' hunt to stay in touch with the top eight.
A gambling expert believes vicious threats directed at AFL players is "shocking" but not surprising given the league's association with betting companies.
GWS coach Leon Cameron is keen to name an unchanged team for the first time this AFL season if Phil Davis proves his fitness for the derby clash with Sydney.
Sydney coach John Longmire says Lance Franklin is desperate to play in 2020, pointing to the superstar's final-round return in 2019 as evidence of his mindset.
Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield says AFL players must learn from instances of inappropriate behaviour that have come to light over the past week.
After being given the hurry up by the umpires, Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield decided to set the whistleblower straight.
Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir says forward Jesse Hogan has agreed to play in defence but it remains to be seen when he will be given the chance.
St Kilda recruit Brad Hill had just seven touches in his side's hefty loss to Geelong but wasn't solely to blame for his quiet night according to the coach.
Geelong coach Chris Scott admits it's easier on the body as a coach, but he sees no reason a similar fixture model can't be employed in future AFL seasons.
Adelaide coach Matthew Nicks says the Crows know what they have to do to beat Collingwood, it's just a matter of doing it for four quarters.
Hawthorn booted just two goals up until three-quarter time in a disappointing 16-point loss to Fremantle in Perth on Monday night.
The AFL says it is committed to creating a more respectful culture within clubs after a series of "inappropriate" on-camera groping incidents between players.
How Lance Franklin progresses from a hamstring injury during the next three weeks will determine whether the Sydney star is a chance of playing this season.
With their AFL season at risk of crashing and burning, GWS captain Stephen Coniglio delivered a halftime speech that breathed life into their premiership tilt.
After a fellow AFL star was subjected to online death threats, Lions enforcer Mitch Robinson has lashed out at fans.