Shuey named Eagles AFL captain
Luke Shuey has been named West Coast captain, replacing Shannon Hurn.
Port Adelaide’s Tom Jonas will the AFL club’s sole captain for the 2020 season, with the Power abandoning the co-captaincy model.
After weeks of speculation, Carlton have confirmed that list manager and club great Stephen Silvagni has left.
Premiership captain Shannon Hurn says he followed his gut in deciding to stand down as skipper after five years in the role.
Harley Bennell is targeting a return to full training in January as part of his rehabilitation program under new Melbourne fitness boss Darren Burgess.
Gold Coast Suns have signed Neil Craig as a part-time consultant in a move expected to provide much needed support for coach Stuart Dew.
Harley Bennell has commenced training at Melbourne as he looks to earn a third chance in the AFL while the Demons have signed former Bomber Mitch Brown.
AFL grand finalists GWS have replaced inaugural co-captains Phil Davis and Callan Ward with Stephen Coniglio for 2020.
West Coast coach Adam Simpson is hopeful Josh Kennedy can complete a full pre-season for the first time in years.
West Coast are still in the dark about when Willie Rioli’s tampering case will be heard, but it’s highly likely the goalsneak will miss all of next AFL season.
Gold Coast recruits Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson have a famous friendship so it’s no surprise the Suns’ AFL draftees are now living together in Queensland.
As Richmond’s senior players returned to training for the first time since their AFL premiership, captain Trent Cotchin says they won’t rest on their success.
Former Gold Coast Sun Jack Martin says he’s excited and relieved to be finally joining Carlton on a five-year deal.
Former Gold Coast forward-midfielder Jack Martin has joined Carlton via the pre-season draft.
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