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Rippa
Geelong Cats v GWS Giants Tips and Predictions - Cats and Giants play off for a home finalthat time period came at Simonds Stadium against Sydney. The battle between th
Rippa / Posted 7 hours ago
that time period came at Simonds Stadium against Sydney. The battle between the respective midfields shapes as a beauty. Patrick Dangerfield looms as a match winner for the home side and with Mitch Duncan, Scott Selwood and Sam Menegola in the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Who can win the AFL flag from here?the Giants or the Crows away in week one. At their best, the Cats are a formid
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
the Giants or the Crows away in week one. At their best, the Cats are a formidable outfit with a genuine superstar in Patrick Dangerfield, a team capable of overwhelming opponents, creating opportunity after opportunity with a stream of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brereton in awe: ‘There’s no one tougher’and has been knocked out on more than one occasion after relentlessly taking on
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and has been knocked out on more than one occasion after relentlessly taking on the opposition in the air. Teammate Patrick Dangerfield is another good example, pulling off a stunning five-goal performance after returning to the field... Read more
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News.com.au
Brereton in awe: ‘There’s no one tougher’and has been knocked out on more than one occasion after relentlessly taking on
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
and has been knocked out on more than one occasion after relentlessly taking on the opposition in the air. Teammate Patrick Dangerfield is another good example, pulling off a stunning five-goal performance after returning to the field... Read more
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Canberra Times
Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionknow where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
know where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A bad sign for September. Lighting it up: Patrick Dangerfield delivered another stand-out performance for the Cats in their win over the Pies. Photo: AAP Geelong won... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionknow where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
know where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A bad sign for September. Lighting it up: Patrick Dangerfield delivered another stand-out performance for the Cats in their win over the Pies. Photo: AAP Geelong won... Read more
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The Age
Four Points: By Jobe, the Bombers face a big finals questionknow where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
know where that was, they are now going to play finals.A good win for August. A bad sign for September. Lighting it up: Patrick Dangerfield delivered another stand-out performance for the Cats in their win over the Pies. Photo: AAP Geelong won... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Winning ugly suits the Catsand Tim Broomhead got on the end the good work from further up the ground. The
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
and Tim Broomhead got on the end the good work from further up the ground. The Cats hit the front thanks to a beautiful Patrick Dangerfield running goal midway through the final term. Murdoch kicked the match winner soon after. Staggeringly... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How a junior footy program is improving the lives of kids with autism… it brings tears to my eyes sometimes." Lucas wants to "run fast and kick goa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
… it brings tears to my eyes sometimes." Lucas wants to "run fast and kick goals" like his favourite player, Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield. A few weeks ago, he kicked his first goal for Tarneit, and was mobbed by his team mates. "The club has... Read more
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Canberra Times
Patrick Dangerfield delivers fatal blow as Cats outlast Magpies to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players bec
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players because of injury or suspension, it was only Patrick Dangerfield who had the ability to provide a burst of brilliance. And that came 15 minutes into the final term when,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nathan Buckley feels 'sad' about Heritier Lumumba but did not hear 'Chimp' claimclash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two fin
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
clash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two finish – and a first-up home final. Patrick Dangerfield and Mitch Duncan were superb, but Scott said his team must get off to better starts. They had also... Read more
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The North West Star
Nathan Buckley: I feel 'sad' for Lumumbaclash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two fin
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
clash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two finish - and a first-up home final. Patrick Dangerfield and Mitch Duncan were superb, but Scott said his team must get off to better starts. They had also... Read more
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The Age
Nathan Buckley feels 'sad' about Heritier Lumumba but did not hear 'Chimp' claimclash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two fin
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
clash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two finish – and a first-up home final. Patrick Dangerfield and Mitch Duncan were superb, but Scott said his team must get off to better starts. They had also... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nathan Buckley feels 'sad' about Heritier Lumumba but did not hear 'Chimp' claimclash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two fin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
clash at Simonds Stadium on Saturday with the winner set to enjoy a top-two finish – and a first-up home final. Patrick Dangerfield and Mitch Duncan were superb, but Scott said his team must get off to better starts. They had also... Read more
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The North West Star
Dangerfield delivers as Cats edge Magpiesto inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players bec
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players because of injury or suspension, it was only Patrick Dangerfield who had the ability to provide a burst of brilliance. And that came 15 minutes into the final term when,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Players to decide Cats’ trade strategyseems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wante
Herald Sun / Posted 4 days ago
seems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wanted him there, and you weren’t having to give up a very promising player then of course (you’d want him).” Patrick Dangerfield and Harry Taylor are Selwood’s vice-capta... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Players to decide Cats’ trade strategyseems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wante
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
seems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wanted him there, and you weren’t having to give up a very promising player then of course (you’d want him).” Patrick Dangerfield and Harry Taylor are Selwood’s vice-capta... Read more
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News.com.au
Players to decide Cats’ trade strategyseems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wante
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
seems to me if you weren’t paying an unreasonable amount, and the players wanted him there, and you weren’t having to give up a very promising player then of course (you’d want him).” Patrick Dangerfield and Harry Taylor are Selwood’s vice-capta... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Patrick Dangerfield delivers fatal blow as Geelong Cats defeat Collingwood Magpies to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players bec
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players because of injury or suspension, it was only Patrick Dangerfield who had the ability to provide a burst of brilliance. And that came 15 minutes into the final term when,... Read more
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The Age
Patrick Dangerfield delivers fatal blow as Geelong Cats defeat Collingwood Magpies to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players bec
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
to inspire. While the Cats were without four of their first-choice players because of injury or suspension, it was only Patrick Dangerfield who had the ability to provide a burst of brilliance. And that came 15 minutes into the final term when,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Danger, Buddy snubbed in legend’s picksexpected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
expected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown would throw up names like Lance Franklin and Patrick Dangerfield — but the two men widely considered the best players in the competition didn’t get a mention. Hodge... Read more
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News.com.au
No Buddy or Danger in legend’s picksexpected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
expected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown would throw up names like Lance Franklin and Patrick Dangerfield — but the two men widely considered the best players in the competition didn’t get a mention. Hodge... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
No Buddy or Danger in legend’s picksexpected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 days ago
expected a panel featuring Luke Hodge, Chris Judd, Luke Darcy and Nathan Brown would throw up names like Lance Franklin and Patrick Dangerfield — but the two men widely considered the best players in the competition didn’t get a mention. Hodge... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Rucci’s five to watch – Round 22beating Richmond last week at Kardinia Park – that they do have more than just
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
beating Richmond last week at Kardinia Park – that they do have more than just captain Joel Selwood and Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield (although Paddy’s shoulders were carrying a fair bit on Saturday). If Geelong wins (as expected) and... Read more
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Rippa
Collingwood v Geelong Cats Tips and Predictions - Close one in store at the MCGby 14 points. They did that without a host of their star players in Joel Selwo
Rippa / Posted 6 days ago
by 14 points. They did that without a host of their star players in Joel Selwood, Mitch Duncan and Tom Hawkins, while Patrick Dangerfield and the maligned, Steven Motlop, had big games. On the same weekend, Collingwood ventured over to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Perfect 9 punter falls agonisingly shortbig money. W.Bulldogs v GWS: Josh Kelly (132 points) Sydney v Fremantle: Lanc
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
big money. W.Bulldogs v GWS: Josh Kelly (132 points) Sydney v Fremantle: Lance Franklin (164 points) Geelong v Richmond: Patrick Dangerfield (141 points) Brisbane v Gold Coast: Dayne Beams (138 points) Essendon v Adelaide: Matt Crouch (139... Read more
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News.com.au
Perfect 9 punter falls agonisingly shortAFL: Gold Coast CEO Mark Evans has had enough of the Gary Ablett speculation.
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
AFL: Gold Coast CEO Mark Evans has had enough of the Gary Ablett speculation. Patrick Dangerfield at Geelong training. THEY say one out of two ain’t bad, so seven out of nine is pretty incredible. That’s how close one punter got to collecting a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why Bucks is angry about Pies tackleson their season average of 67. Geelong leads the way for tackling efficiency, a
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
on their season average of 67. Geelong leads the way for tackling efficiency, and it is no surprise with Scott Selwood and Patrick Dangerfield the best in the business. Selwood, who is on track to break the tackle average record in one season, is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why Bucks is angry about Pies tackleson their season average of 67. Geelong leads the way for tackling efficiency, a
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
on their season average of 67. Geelong leads the way for tackling efficiency, and it is no surprise with Scott Selwood and Patrick Dangerfield the best in the business. Selwood, who is on track to break the tackle average record in one season, is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Crackdown on tackling expected: Hinkleyrule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
rule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted by the recent reports of Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy — came without formal notice to the coaches from AFL House. “We... Read more
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Junkee
The Week In Footy: Eade Sacked, Eddie’s Back And A Fight Over A Cheese Boardfeeling confident after having been told by the media all season that Geelong c
Junkee / Posted 9 days ago
feeling confident after having been told by the media all season that Geelong could not possibly win a game without both Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood on the park (not to mention Tom Hawkins and Mitch Duncan). I allowed myself to feel... Read more
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Perth Now
Crackdown on tackling expected: Hinkleyrule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
rule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted by the recent reports of Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy — came without formal notice to the coaches from AFL House. “We... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Crackdown on tackling expected: Hinkleyrule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
rule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted by the recent reports of Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy — came without formal notice to the coaches from AFL House. “We... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Crackdown on tackling expected: Hinkleyrule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
rule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted by the recent reports of Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy — came without formal notice to the coaches from AFL House. “We... Read more
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News.com.au
Crackdown on tackling expected: Hinkleyrule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
rule to protect players from concussion. But the hotly debated call — prompted by the recent reports of Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy — came without formal notice to the coaches from AFL House. “We... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hinds: Perfectionist Pearson caps comeback story with golden nightwho pinned an opponent's arms and took them forward into the ground. Our concl
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
who pinned an opponent's arms and took them forward into the ground. Our conclusion was that those like Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield (and later Collingwood's Brodie Grundy) who tackled in this manner were responsible for the injury they... Read more
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Canberra Times
Four points: What to do with Alex Rance, interstate raiders, Demons and Saintsfor his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
for his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a promoter's dream – led by Dustin Martin v Patrick Dangerfield – and with Rance keen to atone, let's hope the finals cards fall that way. TACKLING THE PROBLEM IN THE... Read more
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The Age
Four points: What to do with Alex Rance, interstate raiders, Demons and Saintsfor his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
for his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a promoter's dream – led by Dustin Martin v Patrick Dangerfield – and with Rance keen to atone, let's hope the finals cards fall that way. TACKLING THE PROBLEM IN THE... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Four points: What to do with Alex Rance, interstate raiders, Demons and Saintsfor his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
for his club that the fixture had remained as is. The on-field match ups are a promoter's dream – led by Dustin Martin v Patrick Dangerfield – and with Rance keen to atone, let's hope the finals cards fall that way. TACKLING THE PROBLEM IN THE... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ben Howlett sling tackle on Luke Brown to come under match review panel scrutinyobliged to pay it," Dalgleish told Howlett after the incident. Collingwood ruc
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
obliged to pay it," Dalgleish told Howlett after the incident. Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy and Geelong midfielder Patrick Dangerfield have been controversially suspended in recent weeks for similar sling tackles, although in this instance... Read more
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The Age
Ben Howlett sling tackle on Luke Brown to come under match review panel scrutinyobliged to pay it," Dalgleish told Howlett after the incident. Collingwood ruc
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
obliged to pay it," Dalgleish told Howlett after the incident. Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy and Geelong midfielder Patrick Dangerfield have been controversially suspended in recent weeks for similar sling tackles, although in this instance... Read more
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Canberra Times
Back in the fold, Steven Motlop inspires Geelong Cats to win over Richmond Tigersand clever coaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had be
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
and clever coaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had been great focus on the battle betweenPatrick Dangerfield and Dustin Martin, with both having an influence, the Cats also went to work on what they felt was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Geelong free-kick count influenced by fans, claims Richmond coach Damien HardwickSimonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beate
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
Simonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beaten by 14 points in tough, windy conditions. Patrick Dangerfield (centre) leads the Cats from the field. Photo: AAP The Tigers have not won in Geelong since 2006 and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Star’s heartbreaking interviewall unavailable for the Round 21 clash, but four goals to Harry Taylor in conju
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
all unavailable for the Round 21 clash, but four goals to Harry Taylor in conjunction with a strong midfield effort led by Patrick Dangerfield helped them over the line. The victory continued the Cats’ streak against Richmond, making it the 13th... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Geelong free-kick count influenced by fans, claims Richmond coach Damien HardwickSimonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Simonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beaten by 14 points in tough, windy conditions. Patrick Dangerfield (centre) leads the Cats from the field. Photo: AAP The Tigers have not won in Geelong since 2006 and... Read more
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The Age
Geelong free-kick count influenced by fans, claims Richmond coach Damien HardwickSimonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beate
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Simonds Stadium, Hardwick's frustration was evident after the Tigers were beaten by 14 points in tough, windy conditions. Patrick Dangerfield (centre) leads the Cats from the field. Photo: AAP The Tigers have not won in Geelong since 2006 and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Back in the fold, Steven Motlop inspires Geelong Cats to win over Richmond Tigerscoaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had been great fo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
coaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had been great focus on the battle between midfield bulls Patrick Dangerfield and Dustin Martin, with each having an influence, the Cats also went to work on what they felt was... Read more
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The Age
Back in the fold, Steven Motlop inspires Geelong Cats to win over Richmond Tigerscoaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had been great fo
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
coaching from Chris Scott proved the difference. While there had been great focus on the battle between midfield bulls Patrick Dangerfield and Dustin Martin, with each having an influence, the Cats also went to work on what they felt was... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL 2017 round 21: Can Richmond conquer Cats in blockbuster affair?in recent times, with their last three losses to Geelong being by less than 10
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
in recent times, with their last three losses to Geelong being by less than 10 points. While Geelong regain superstar Patrick Dangerfield for the massive top-four showdown, they have lost Joel Selwood (ankle), Tom Hawkins (suspension) and... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Greene in hot water after ‘Karate Kick’was left bleeding after the incident and was rushed from the ground. On-field
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
was left bleeding after the incident and was rushed from the ground. On-field incidents continue to spark debate, as Patrick Dangerfield and Brodie Grundy have both been suspended in recent weeks for making contact with the head and injuring... Read more
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