What do you do when your footy career finishes? Craig Ellis turned to female fashion. And succeeded. We caught up with the former Dog and Demon.
He’s a good country boy at heart, so when Jack Ziebell saw the opportunity to give back to grassroots football, he jumped at it.
“Blokes who get rewarded will keep going. We need to keep rewarding the run that doesn’t get it.” Hearing Bob Murphy chat to his teammates pre-game in the Bulldogs’ rooms makes you want to get out there and play.
St Kilda midfielder Farren Ray notches 200 games on Saturday night. Against his old mob, too. When he was at the Dogs there was one habit that drove Rodney Eade mad.
“I’m hungry to succeed and very competitive. Sometimes it’s probably gotten me in trouble a bit at training but I like to win everything and I think that drives me on game day to go out there and do everything I can to get us across the line.” This is a hard-working footballer.