IT DOESN'T take much to keep Collingwood in the news but this time it’s completely justified, with Brisbane star Dayne Beams still believed to be keen to return to the Magpies, while defender Tom Langdon has recommitted to the club.
IN JAPANESE poetry, the haiku dates back at least four centuries.
On AFL.com.au, the tradition of encapsulating each team's season in three lines of five, seven and five syllables stretches back to 2017.
THE NAB AFL Draft is now very much in sight.
The Combine has been completed, and a large majority of players are now off-limits to clubs as they complete studies and exams.
GRAND Final star Tom Langdon will play for Collingwood in 2019, despite a serious bid from Sydney.
On holiday in Africa with family, Langdon has made the decision to remain in Victoria.
The Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce the Crows Academies - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Female Football Academy.
This new and exciting Talent Academy has been developed to engage, nurture, accelerate and inspire future generations of young female footballers to reach the highest level – AFLW.
IF THE Dockers' NAB AFL Trade Period finishes no better than it's started, they will at least claim one prize – the award for the most difficult club to deal with.
JORDAN Roughead, Daniel Menzel and Taylor Duryea are among 10 players whose futures remain uncertain following the closure of the NAB AFL Free Agency Period.
There was speculation on Friday afternoon Collingwood was poised to make a late play for Roughead, but no paperwork was lodged by Friday's 5pm deadline.
CARLTON has received offers for its prized No.1 selection in the NAB AFL Draft.
While it's unlikely the Blues would trade the pick, that hasn't stopped rival clubs from making offers, as list manager Stephen Silvagni told NAB AFL Trade Radio on Friday.
FREMANTLE has withdrawn from its prolonged pursuit of star Melbourne forward Jesse Hogan.
The Dockers said they weren't prepared to meet the Demons' asking price of two first-round picks.
COLLINGWOOD has been granted compensation for injuries and losing players to expansion clubs in the form of pre-selecting two players ahead of the NAB AFL Women's Draft on October 23.