Rodney Eade is Gold Coast bound.

Rodney Eade is Gold Coast bound.

Hunt being hunted

a The West Coast Eagles are among several clubs ready to offer Taylor Hunt an AFL lifeline.

All smiles at Red Bull Racing

a. Brad and Karl spoke to Infiniti Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner... and asked how Sebastian Vettel has coped playing second fiddle to Perth's Daniel Ricciardo.

Test win wanted

a Mitch Marsh is now chasing a Test win after making his debut during Australia's shock loss to Pakistan.

Wishing Windies well

. Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland hopes the West Indies are back on the field in time for the world cup in Australia this summer.

Dream within reach

a Aussie surfer Sally Fitzgibbons has her eye on the world title with one round to go on the ASP world tour. Brad and Karl caught up with the world number two just one month out from the final event in Hawaii.

Marsh in line for Test debut

a The wait may finally be over for WA's Mitch Marsh after Australian selector Mark Waugh telling Sports Today he expects the younger of the Marsh boys to make his Test debut.

Eyes on draft

a The Fremantle Dockers weren't prepared to part with players or picks for the sake of getting a deal done during AFL trade week. Their list manager Brad Lloyd spoke to Brad and Karl.

No Deal

a The West Coast Eagles were one of three clubs not to make a deal during AFL trade week. Brad and Karl spoke to the West Coast's Manager of Football Craig Vozzo.

Diamonds sweep Silver Ferns

a Karl and Brad interrupt Australian goal shooter Caitlin Bassett's beauty sleep after the Diamonds made it a clean sweep over the Silver Ferns in the Constellation Cup.

Eagles hit home run

Former baseball star joins West Coast Former San Diego Padres player Corey Adamson will join West Coast as a rookie for the 2015 AFL Season. The 22 year old played alongside Jack Darling, David Swallow and Brandon Matera in junior footy before focussing on baseball. Listen to Adam Simpson here.

Fyfe gets the all clear

No problem with Nat Fyfe according to the coach Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says Nat Fyfe is a definite starter against the Hawks despite suffering a shoulder injury against the Pies. Plus will Michael Walters come back in and how bad is Luke Mcpharlin's leg injury? Listen to Ross Lyon here.

Michael Walters is back

Walters could be Freo's smoking gun Fremantle livewire forward Michael Walters will make his return from injury this weekend and it is likely to be with Peel Thunder according to Ross Lyon. The Freo coach reviewed the win over Carlton and previewed clash with the Cats.

Cox took one for the team

Will Cox be back this weekend? West Coast coach Adam Simpson says the decision for Dean Cox to retire was made in the best interests of the club. Simpson reviewed the win over Carlton and says Cox is no certainty to return for the clash with Collingwood.

Lyon to swing the axe

Ross Lyon reveals he could make 6 changes Dockers coach Ross Lyon says expect up to six changes for their clash with Carlton after the bye. Lyon spoke to the boys on Sports Today to review their shock loss to St Kilda on Saturday.

The future of Dean Cox

Dean Cox announces his retirement After he announced his retirement from AFL football today Dean Cox joined the boys on Sports Today. The Eagles legend talks about his plans for the future and some of highlights of his remarkable AFL career. Thanks Coxy!

Lyon: I still love my man Ballaz

It's ok for Ballantyne to go over the edge - Lyon We will wear Ballantyne getting rubbed out every now and then, that's the message from coach Ross Lyon after the Freo goal sneak was offered a week by the MRP. Freo are yet to decide if they will accept the ban but either way Ross loves him.

Simpson: We aren't looking at finals

Adam Simpson says it's all about winning but no focus on finals Adam Simpson says there focus is soley on beating RIchmond in 2 weeks time and not on the possibility of playing finals. The Eagles coach spoke to Sports Today and was very impressed with what a couple of the kids did against Brisbane.

Mackenzie should be All Australian

Eagles should have 1 in AA side West Coast coach Adam Simpson says Eric Mackenzie was the teams best in the loss to Sydney on the weekend and he must be the leading contendor for the All Australian full back position. Simpson reviewed the loss on Sports Today.

Not good news for Freo Star

Not good news for Stephen Hill Stephen Hill will be out for at least 3 weeks. He won't play until after the bye. Coach Ross Lyon told sports today that Michael Johnson is set to return this weekend while Matthew Pavlich is recovering well from illness.

Eagles trio likely to stay

Gaff leads trio likely to sign on After the signing of Jeremy McGovern, Eagles coach Adam Simpson says he thinks Matt Rosa, Scott Lycett and Andrew Gaff will sign contract extensions in the next few weeks. Simpson says talks are progressing well with their management.

McPharlin back in business

Mcpharlin set to return this week Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says they will get key defender Luke McPharlin back from injury for this week's clash with Melbourne. Lyon joined the boys from Sports Today to review the Western Derby.

Lyon: Morabito no closer

Morabito still battling to get  a game Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says Anthony Morabito is no closer to playing this weekend despite another best on ground effort for Peel. Lyon spoke to Sports Today and says defender Luke Mcpharlin is a small chance to return for the derby.


Darren Glass will work with Eagles fwd line Eagles coach Adam Simpson denies their was any fallout with Darren Glass that led to the former skipper retiring. Simpson spoke to the boys on Sports Today ahead of the Western Derby.

Dean Cox shouldn't play

Karl gets out the axe Former West Coast premiership player Karl Langdon has labelled the 4 players he wouldn't pick for the Eagles this week and at the top of his list is club great Dean Cox. He says the big fella only needs a rest but 3 others should be dropped

Simpson: We're not cheats

Simpson and Hardie go head to head Eagles coach Adam Simpson has refuted claims from Brownlow medalist Brad Hardie that his players are cheating in their work off the field which is clearly showing up on it. Simpson joined Brad and Karl on Sports Today.

Anna leading the hockeyroos charge

The Hockeyroos are 2 from 2 at the world cup and Anna Flanagan has starred with 4 goals. Nicknamed "flanboy"Flanagan spoke to boys on Sports Today about life in the Netherlands and reveals her tomboy side.

Simpson: We've got passengers

Adam Simpson doesn't hold back on Sports Today After an embarrassing effort against North Melbourne, Eagles coach Adam SImpson fronted up on Sports Today and says the club is carrying passengers and it's time to make some tough decisions in selection.

Boomer happy heading west

Brent Harvey a team man to the end For the second time this year Brent Harvey and the Kangaroos will head to Patersons Stadium. They rolled Fremantle a few weeks ago and Brent Harvey says despite last weeks loss to Geelong they can travel west and roll the Eagles as well.

Wellingham: I was lazy, immature

Wellingham says boys haven't been easy on Yeo Eagles star recruit Sharrod Wellingham has admitted that his laziness and attitude toward the game plan resulted in him being dropped from the Team. The former Magpie spoke to the Peter Vlahos and Mark Harvey about what has changed in his approach.

Tag on Tag off

Liam Picken set to cause Hill some problems Stephen Hill and Ryan Griffen will come up against 2 of the best taggers in the game on Sunday when the Bulldogs host Freo. Liam Picken will likely tag Hill while Griffen will have to deal with Ryan Crowley. Sports Today spoke to them both about beating a tag.

Simpson backs Beau to return

Simpson backs Beau in 2015 Beau Waters has finally had shoulder surgery 10 weeks after he suffered another dislocation. Eagles coach Adam Simpson says they will reassess his chances of playing in 2015 at the end of the year.

Walters set for comeback

Walters could play as early as Round 18 There was talk Michael Walters might not play again this year after major ankle surgery but Ross Lyon says the Freo goalsneak will be back training in 5 weeks and is set to play 6 weeks before finals in round 18.

Being the boss of AFL Umpiring

Umpires boss Wayne Campbell joins Sports Today It's a job that not many would want to do especially with the new rules coming into the game. Former Richmond great Wayne Campbell is one who has taken the role on and is fronts up to Karl and Harves about where the game is at and where it's going.

WC talls close to best in comp

Bucks wary of Eagles talls Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley says the pressure West Coast's tall unit bring is up there with the best in the competition. Bucks says he is wary of West Coast despite the Eagles 4 wins this year coming against teams down the bottom the ladder.

NBL great slams Tigers name change

Melbourne Tigers become Melbourne United Tony Ronaldson has played over 600 NBL games including for 3 different Melbourne based sides who have all since folded. He says the decision for the only Victorian club left, Melbourne Tigers to change their name to Melbourne United has left him lost for words.

Pav: I'm glad I stayed

Mathew Pavlich says he considered a return to Adelaide in the early part of his career. Image Fremantle Dockers. Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich says he strongly considered returning to Adelaide early on in his AFL career, but is glad he decided to stay at the Dockers. Pavlich will notch his 300-game milestone on Saturday when he lines up against Geelong at Patersons Stadium.

Lyon: What strike from Mundy?

Lyon: Nothing in Mundy clash with Selwood Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says David Mundy's hit on Scott Selwood was nothing more than a block but they'll happily accept the reprimand offered + injury updates on Dawson Mcpharlin. Lyon reviews the derby win with Brad and Karl.

Eagles may change goal kicking

Eagles take new tact to goal kicking After another shocking effort kicking for goal Adam Simpson tells Brad and Karl they might try clearing the head and not practicing it this week. Listen to the WC coach review the Derby loss plus good news for Ellis and Lecras.

Cornes climbs off scrap heap

Power ready to take it to Freo The Power have developed a host of youngsters this season that has seen then push to become an AFL powerhouse but don't discount the imput of veteran Kane Cornes. The midfielder joined Brad and Karl to dicuss the upcoming clash with Freo.

Mum ditched my undies

Have you say, is Good Friday Football bad for the community or has it been a long time coming? What happend when giant Dockers ruckman Aaron Sandilands's Mum threw his lucky undies out? Karl Langdon and Mark Harvey had some fun with the 211cm powerhouse ahead of his match up with Eagles ruckmen Nic Naitanui and Dean Cox in Sunday's Western Derby

Who's the man?

Gillon Mclachlan has long been regarded as Andrew Demetriou's likely successor and knocked back the NRL’s chief executive role in 2012 Gillon McLachlan is now the most powerful man in footy after being announced as the AFL’s new CEO. Karl Langdon and Mark Harvey spoke to the new boss about the big issues facing the AFL and whether WA teams will get a better run under the new regime.

"We weren't outworked"

Dockers coach Ross Lyon has some selection headaches Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon has hit back at criticism that his team is not working as hard as they were last year. Lyon told Brad and Karl that poor disposal and careless decision making are to blame for two consecutive losses.

"It was a missed opportunity"

West Coast Eagles coach Adam Simpson has demanded better concentration from his players ahead of Sunday's Western Derby. West Coast Eagles coach Adam Simpson has demanded better concentration from his players ahead of Sunday's Western Derby. Lapses in concentration has hurt the team in recent weeks and Simpson told Brad and Karl that the players have to learn to take their opportunities under pressure. He also talks about the form of Nic Naitanui and the potential returns of Mark Le Cras and Shannon Hurn

Tombides: Best talent I've seen

Best, West Ham scout has seen West Ham scout Mike Leigh says Dylan Tombides is easily the most impressive talent he has ever seen and he would have played a lot of first team football last year if not for his illness. Tombides tragically passed away on Friday from cancer.

Dawson's big decision

Dawson at his best Zac Dawson has seen the highs and lows of AFL football. The Fremante Defender has endured being de-listed by Hawthorn and two heart-breaking grand final losses at St. Kilda. Dawson told Brad and Karl that being recruited to Fremantle has turned his career around.

Glass didn't mean to do it

Watch the video of Darren Glass' hit on Chad Wingard and let us know if it was worth only one week. VIDEO Eagles captain Darren Glass has been offered one week with an early plea for his hit on Port Adelaide's Chad Wingard. While many in the media have called the penalty grossly inadequate coach Adam Simpson says glass didn't mean it and was just going for the mark.

Ross Lyon whacks Ballantyne

Freo will accept Ballaz ban Fremantle coach Ross Lyon has labelled Hayden Ballantyne actions from the weekends loss to Sydney as 'indisputably undisciplined' and says the goal sneak has let the team down. Lyon says he hopes Ballantyne will use the week suspension to asses his discipline.

Simpson pulls Freo plug

Confirmed Simpson missed flight After Josh Simpson missed his flight for the clash with Sydney, Freo's Chris Bond says he informed the club at the last minute and is currently unavailable for selection at any level. Bondy spoke to Karl with the latest plus more team news.

Power's Liverpool weapon fires

Power ready to out run West Coast Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley says the recruitment of fitness guru Darren Burgess from EPL side Liverpool has been key in Powers surge up the AFL ladder. Hinkley joined the boys to preview the clash with West Coast.

How do you stop Sandilands

Sydney's unique way to stop Sandi Ahead of their clash with Fremantle Sydney Swans assistant coach Stuart Dew reveals the secret to to stopping giant ruckman Aaron Sandilands. And the boys ask the big question, will gun forward Kurt Tippet line up against the Dockers?

Regardless of form Naitanui plays

Simpson defends his gun ruckman Eagles coach Adam Simpson fronted up after their horrible loss to Geelong and the boys grilled him regarding the performance of Nic Naitanui. Is he fit? If he is Brad says he should be dropped on his form alone. Listen to Simpson's and callers thoughts.

Lyon upset by Sylvia charge

Colin Sylvia goes whack WATCH: : Colin Sylvia will face the WAFL tribunal after being charged with rough conduct and Ross Lyon isn't happy. LISTEN: to Lyon here + not good news for Michael Walters and his injury.

Duncan more than a happy cat

Mitch loving life in the cattery WA boy Mitch Duncan is loving life in Geelong and he joined the boys to preview the clash with West Coast on Saturday. Who's in who's out and does Stevie J still have side bets with his players during games? Listen here.

Freo seek NFL help

Freo dominating off the field NFL assistance, increase in eastern states membership and possibility of more home games, Freo are dominating off the field. CEO Steve Rosich joined the boys after receiving an AFL scholarship today.

Jovial Jobe confident of win

Life is good at Windy Hill after clobbering the Blues. Now the Bombers fly in to WA to meet Fremantle. Essendon captain Jobe Watson says his team is feeling confident of a win over a depleted Fremantle side as both teams having suffered a single loss, to Hawthorn. Karl Langdon and Mark Harvey spoke to Watson about the Bombers prep for Sunday.

Dockers in desperate trouble

Walters Mayne out with major injuries Ross Lyon says Walters and Mayne have significant ankle injuries, Ibbotson might need shoulder surgery on top of Barlow and Fyfe's suspension the Dockers list is looking real shaky after just 3 rounds. Listen to Lyon here.

No brotherly love come Friday.

Hill v Hill in grand final rematch Hawthorn's Bradley Hill believes Fremantle can cover for the absence of Michael Barlow, Nat Fyfe and Zac Dawson in Friday's grand-final rematch at the MCG. Stephen's little brother joined Brad and Karl.

No guarantee on better NIB deal

Still not sure what it will cost public for NIB Állia Management have relinquished control of NIB Stadium to the government but sports minister Terry Waldron can't guarantee what it will cost the public and if the Glory or Force will get a better deal.

Gleeson fires first Grand Final punch

Wildcats ready for arch rivals Wildcats coach Trevor Gleeson can't wait for the NBL grand final series against their arch-rivals Adelaide and he has fired the first barb declaring 36ers star Gary Ervin should be on an extended holiday.

Why Freo didn't go into bat for Fyfe

Fyfe wanted to appeal but club said no After accepting Nat Fyfe's 2 week ban for rough conduct Freo's Chris Bond explains they were left with little choice even though they think the 2 weeks was harsh. Bond explains why and covers Barlow injury and more.

Hurn out Waters in

Hurn out but Waters close to return Eagles coach Adam Simpson says as bad as it is to lose Shannon Hurn for 4 - 6 weeks with a knee injury hard nosed defender Beau Waters is ready to roll in 2 weeks. Simpson recaps win over Dee's and more.

Legal team work on Fyfe

Ignorance no excuse for Fyfe says Coach Fremantle's Nat Fyfe has been charged with a 2 week suspension and Ross Lyon says even though the're considering appealing the decision, Fyfe has no one to blame but himself with all players aware of the new rule to head high contact.

Stadium to have 3d technology

Amazing technology for the new stadium With our new stadium currently being built Sean Callanan from SportsGeek says we will have 3d technology which you have to se to be believed. Listen to what we can expect in the future of stadiums.

Freo's starlight game

Mayne previews Starlight Game On Saturday the Dockers will play their annual Starlight Foundation game against the Gold Coast Suns. Ambassador Chris Mayne joined the boys and says it's a great pleasure to raise money for such a worthy cause.

Ablett will play 400

Little master to play 400 One of our favourites Guy Mckenna has backed his gun midfielder Gary ABlett to play 400 games. Bluey spoke with Brad and Karl ahead of the Suns clash with Fremantle on Saturday afternoon. Can the Suns do the impossible?

Sylvia's struggles continue

Sylvia's struggles continue Melbourne recruit Colin Sylvia has struggled in his first pre-season with Fremantle. Operations manager Chris Bond says they hope Sylvia's injury is minor but it could be a couple of weeks. Plus latest team news.

Simpson: Wellingham lucky

Simpson content after first up win Following his first win as a senior coach Adam Simpson joined Sports Today to discuss the game. He says the win was a great reward for the effort put in over the pre-season.

Langer: Bring on the Blues

Langer leads WA to shield final Wa will take on NSW for the Shield trophy starting on Friday. Warriors coach Justin Langer joined us and predicted a turning pitch that should suit his side. Plus the news Mitch Marsh will definitely play.

Fletch Lives

Dustin Fletcher a bomber legend Essendon veteran Dustin Fletcher will surpass SImon Madden's club record total of games on Friday night against the Roos. The wily veteran joined his old team mate Mark Harvey and Brad Hardie for a look back on his career.

Cramps cost Fyfe

Cramps get the better of Fyfe Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says Nat Fyfe is fine despite being subbed off against Collingwood. Fyfe was just suffering from major cramps and with a lead of 80 points they weren't prepared to risk their star player.

Players Impersonate Ross Lyon

Players do their best Ross the boss Ross Lyon has many sayings that are uniquely "Ross", so for a bit of fun the playing group decided to have a crack at their own. WATCH the HILARIOUS VIDEO HERE

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Bunga commits to West Coast

Bunga commits for 3 years At 26 years of age South Australian Shannon Hurn has agreed to another 3 seasons with the West Coast Eagles. The booming right foot says he was never going to leave and can't wait for future success.

Freo smashed by West Coast

Masten stars in Eagles win West Coast have gotten their season off to flying start with an 86 point thumping of Fremantle at Arena Joondalup. Listen to the post match press conferences here from Adam Simpson and Peter Sumich.

Morabito ready to rumble

Morabito ready to play footy It's been a horror run of injury for Anthony Morabito but finally some good news. Assistant coach Brett Kirk previewed tomorrows clash with the Eagles and says Morabito has been doing every drill with the main group for 2 weeks.

Mark Harvey happy in life

Harvey happy to be back West Mark Harvey has been involved in AFL Footy for the past 30 years but 2014 will seem him take a year away from the game. Listen to the former Freo coach discuss what happened at the Dockers, Brisbane, Essendon and more.

Road trip from hell

Burns Perth Glory will head to Albury for their clash with the Melbourne Heart on Sunday in trip involving planes trains and automobiles. Their captain Jacob Burns joined us to preview the clash.

Bolton towards the Ashes

Century on debut for Nicole Bolton Fresh after making a century on debut for Australia Nicole Bolton joined Brad and Karl from the MCG. The West Aussie became the first Aussie ot score a century on debut and in the process kept the womens ashes alive.

Rockliff ready to lead lions

Tom Rockliff joined us on Sports Today The Brisbane Lions today announced Jed Adcock as the Club’s Captain for 2014. Tom Rockliff was also unveiled as the Club’s Vice-Captain and the lions midfielder joined Karl and Brad.

Ennis stays a Wildcat

James Ennis to remain a Wildcat James Ennis has been a star of the NBL this year and coach Trevor Gleeson joined us with the big news that the Miami Heat product will stay a Wildcat for the rest of the season.

Glory seek new signings

Glory seek out more signings Perth Glory assistant coach Adam Ord says the club will announce 1 or 2 more attacking signings within a fortnight. Listen to how things are going under new coach Kenny Lowe and what fans can expect on Friday night.

Eagles feel need for Sheed

West Coast's newest recruit With pick 11 West Coast chose local lad Dom Sheed. There was speculation he was the eagles number 1 target and thats how it panned out. This years Lark Medalist joined Sports Today post draft.

Mickey fires back at Haddin

Haddin who? Mickey fires back at the AUssie Keeper Mickey Arthur has given Brad Haddin a decent whack after the Aussie keeper labelled the former coach insecure. Mickey took it personally and doesnt hold back in his opinion of Haddin and what he brought to the side.

Ken Casellas a living legend

Ken Casellas a living legend of WA Footy One of the veterans and best people in sports broadcasting Ken Casellas joined us after winning the Dennis Cometti award at the recent WA Footy Media Awards. Listen to the man who invented football stats.

Glory bring in the lawyers

Glory seek legal advice on Burns ban PERTH Glory skipper Jacob Burns has been suspended for 2 matches for "Assualting"Marienrs counterpart John Hutchinson. Owner Tony Sage is furious and tells Sports Today they will seek legal action.

Swampy ready for the Poms

Geoff Marsh pictured with son Shaun One of our local greats Geoff Marsh will take the coaching reigns for the WA Chairman's XI against England tomorrow. The former Aussie opener has defended the quality of the side including his son Mitch who will return from injury.

Hickmott ready to revive West Coast

West Coast finalise their coaching panel West Coast has finalised its senior coaching staff with Adrian Hickmott elevated to new coach Adam Simpson's staff. He joins Brady Rawlings, and Don Pyke as new signings, while Justin Longmuir remains from John Worsfold's coaching panel.

Mickey on Ashes Clarke Ponting

It's all heating up ahead ot the Ashes Former Aussie cricket coach Mickey Arthur discusses the latest fallout from RIcky Ponting and Mke Hussey's books plus he updates his Ashes XI and challenges the lack of leadership depth in the test side.

Ashes announcement

Twenty20 skipper George Bailey. Former Australian cricket coach Mickey Author says he is not surprised with the 12 man squad selected for the first test against England. Twenty20 skipper George Bailey is likely to make his test debut, while Mitchell Johnson was the only WA player selected.

Chappell makes the hard calls

The poms have landed and the ashes isn't far away. The Poms are in town as the summer of cricket heats up ahead of the first Ashes test and former Aussie test captain Greg Chappell has grave doubts that we can beat the English on our home soil.

Glory awaits French Star

Glory's new recruit not sealed yet PERTH Glory has confirmedf former Chelsea and Arsenal defender William Gallas has given a verbal commitment to the club according to owner Tony Sage.. Gallas will join the WA club on a one-year deal as long as he passed a medical.

Sylvia best to come

New freo recruit Colin Sylvia Boom Fremantle recruit Colin Sylvia is confident he can take his game to a new level next year. Sylvia spoke to Brad and Karl about what went wrong at Melbourne and why he made the move west.

Mickey's Ashes line up

Watson the hardest player I had to coach. With the ashes not to far away Mickey Arthur gave us his line up for the first test. The former Aussie coach says Bailey and Steve Smith are his smokies to play in the top 6 + he predicts massive fallout if they lose.

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