Bombers boss confident AFL back in July
The AFL premiership season could restart in July according to Essendon chief executive Xavier Campbell.
Adelaide coach Matthew Nicks says his club is asking the AFL to provide some direction on the future of the soft salary cap amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Essendon coach John Worsfold is confident Conor McKenna will return from Ireland to play with the Bombers again when the AFL season is cleared to resume.
Brisbane coach Chris Fagan hopes the AFL season re-starts with shorter quarters and extended benches to help ease players through a hectic program.
Players’ Association boss Paul Marsh says clubs should think twice about cutting lists as the AFL ponder drastic changes to get the 2020 season back underway.
Sydney star Isaac Heeney believes the Swans can do something special if they can hang on to what he rates as an exciting and talented list of players.
Women’s football trailblazer Susan Alberti has no doubt the AFLW competition will survive the financial disaster brought on by the coronavirus shutdown.
David Teague says Carlton’s decision to cut ties with Northern Blues is a sad reflection of the financial pressures AFL clubs are facing.
Carlton coach David Teague is open to the idea of AFL quarantine hubs but believes the Blues would allow players to opt out if they weren’t comfortable.
The AFL is considering playing round-robin matches in centralised quarantine hubs but Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield is not sure the plan is realistic.
Sydney coach John Longmire has come to the defence of Isaac Heeney, saying AFL pundits need to hold back on strong opinions in the current climate.
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AFLW players have expressed fears for the future of the competition as the AFL attempts to navigate its way through an unprecedented financial crisis.
The AFL is exploring the option of returning to action after the coronavirus shutdown with its 18 teams quarantined in up to four separate locations.
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GV Health have confirmed that a person being treated for COVID-19 at the hospital has died.
Greater Shepparton has its second confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. Goulburn Valley Health have confirmed that a second person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently returned from overseas.