We’ve been behind the scenes at the Kangas, had a high-powered gathering of some of the AFL’s biggest names, and caught up with another legend of the game.
This week has been another big one for aflplayers.com.au. Here’s some hand-picked highlights to catch up on the stories and people who got us talking.
Have a good weekend and enjoy the footy.
Sam Mitchell, Chris Judd and Scott Pendlebury were among those to join forces at the first meeting of the Players and the Game Committee on Tuesday night. What was on the agenda? Get the full report here.
“I don’t even know what I’m feeling, if you had asked me a week ago I was going to quit. I still don’t even know what I want to do at the moment.” We got to hear from a brutally honest Nathan Grima when the Channel 7 cameras got incredible access at North Melbourne. See the full video now.
Port Adelaide superstar Robbie Gray was last year voted the best player in the competition from the coaches. He’s an incredible talent. And it’s all down to hard work. His pathway to the top is intriguing. Watch the video here.
McKay is Carlton royalty. He won four premierships for the Blues in a 263-game career that began in 1969 at Princes Park. How’s he feeling now the club is struggling in 2015? We asked him. And there’s a brutally honest account of his relationship with David Parkin, too. Watch now.
Andrejs Everitt finally feels settled as an AFL footballer. On the eve of his 100th game, the Carlton utility has worked out what he needs to do to play his best footy. We chatted to him about his journey to a well-earned milestone.