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Canberra Times
Steve Johnson's bright outlook for GWS Giantsbefore climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, for
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
before climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, former premiership stars Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd, who believe the club has failed this season by not making the grand final, Giants chief David Matthews stated... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Grubby bogan’: Co-host exacts juicy revengeyou a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘f
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
you a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘fat’ and ‘froffies’. Former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd copped it for his columns in the Herald Sun. “There’s one too many ‘I’s’, I thought,” Jones said. “You should... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Grubby bogan’: Co-host exacts juicy revengeyou a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘f
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
you a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘fat’ and ‘froffies’. Former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd copped it for his columns in the Herald Sun. “There’s one too many ‘I’s’, I thought,” Jones said. “You should... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Dirty bogan’: Co-host exacts juicy revengeyou a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘f
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
you a ‘B’ for your report card this year but let’s maybe give him an ‘F’ for ‘fat’ and ‘froffies’. Former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd copped it for his columns in the Herald Sun. “There’s one too many ‘I’s’, I thought,” Jones said. “You should... Read more
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The North West Star
Stevie J's bright outlook for Giantsbefore climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, for
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
before climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, former premiership stars Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd, who believe the club has failed this season by not making the grand final, Giants chief David Matthews stated... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Steve Johnson's bright outlook for GWS Giantsbefore climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
before climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, former premiership stars Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd, who believe the club has failed this season by not making the grand final, Giants chief David Matthews stated... Read more
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The Age
Steve Johnson's bright outlook for GWS Giantsbefore climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, for
The Age / Posted yesterday
before climbing the mountain three times. While there are some, including, former premiership stars Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd, who believe the club has failed this season by not making the grand final, Giants chief David Matthews stated... Read more
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Herald Sun
Sloane in more strife than Cotch: Lethalcan summons. “I think it would be really bad for the game if there was a probl
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
can summons. “I think it would be really bad for the game if there was a problem with that incident.” Essendon champion Matthew Lloyd says if Cotchin is suspended, Richmond can’t win the flag. “I genuinely believe, if he gets suspended they... Read more
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Canberra Times
Simon Lloyd appointed as Geelong's new football bossoperations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
operations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older brother of former Essendon champion forward Matthew Lloyd – will take up the position at the end of the season after being Geelong's director of coaching since last... Read more
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The North West Star
Simon Lloyd appointed as Geelong's new football bossoperations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd - the older
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
operations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd - the older brother of former Essendon champion forward Matthew Lloyd - will take up the position at the end of the season after being Geelong's director of coaching since last... Read more
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The North West Star
The ultimate flag team of the 2000s: Our experts selectin the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiersh
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
in the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiership teams with only three spots - Hird, Matthew Lloyd and Damien Hardwick - picked from single flag teams. I've lobbed for Brad Ottens in the ruck with 'super sub'... Read more
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The Age
Simon Lloyd appointed as Geelong's new football bossoperations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
operations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older brother of former Essendon champion forward Matthew Lloyd – will take up the position at the end of the season after being Geelong's director of coaching since last... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Lloyd appointed as Geelong's new football bossoperations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
operations manager. As forecast by Fairfax Media last week, Lloyd – the older brother of former Essendon champion forward Matthew Lloyd – will take up the position at the end of the season after being Geelong's director of coaching since last... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL Dream Team: Pick your own AFL premiership teamin the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiersh
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
in the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiership teams with only three spots – Hird, Matthew Lloyd and Damien Hardwick – picked from single flag teams. I've lobbed for Brad Ottens in the ruck with 'super sub'... Read more
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The Age
AFL Dream Team: Pick your own AFL premiership teamin the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiersh
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
in the forward half. I've got an undeniable bias towards the multiple premiership teams with only three spots – Hird, Matthew Lloyd and Damien Hardwick – picked from single flag teams. I've lobbed for Brad Ottens in the ruck with 'super sub'... Read more
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6d
Adelaide Now
Why Cats need to target Sloane: LloydESSENDON great Matthew Lloyd says Adelaide vice-captain Rory Sloane should have
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
ESSENDON great Matthew Lloyd says Adelaide vice-captain Rory Sloane should have a target on his back in Friday night’s preliminary final against Geelong. After letting the Crows’ prime mover off the leash in round 18, Lloyd said the Cats’ hopes of... Read more
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News.com.au
Why Cats need to target Sloane: Lloydin Adelaide’s 21-point win against Geelong in round 18. Picture: Sarah Reed So
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
in Adelaide’s 21-point win against Geelong in round 18. Picture: Sarah Reed Source:News Corp Australia ESSENDON great Matthew Lloyd says Adelaide vice-captain Rory Sloane should have a target on his back in Friday night’s preliminary final... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Puppet drama that nets a fishy tale of trawler men and EU quotas sets sail to Norfolkand an original score from Jo Walker. The show has been co-devised by five per
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 9 days ago
and an original score from Jo Walker. The show has been co-devised by five performers Hattie Thomas, Molly Freeman, Matthew Lloyd, Luke Breen and George Bellamy. Hattie Thomas said: “In true Smoking Apples style, we once again rewarded our... Read more
11d
The North West Star
Lloyd firms up as top fancy for Cats roleof Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
of Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd, the brother of former Essendon captain Matthew Lloyd, worked in a series of football roles at the Dockers for three years before taking over as director of coaching... Read more
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The Age
Simon Lloyd firms as top fancy as Geelong's new football bossof Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
of Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd, the brother of former Essendon captain Matthew Lloyd, worked in a series of football roles at the Dockers for three years before taking over as director of coaching... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Lloyd firms as top fancy as Geelong's new football bossof Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
of Gary Kent, the third club chief in three years to leave Whitten Oval. Lloyd, the brother of former Essendon captain Matthew Lloyd, worked in a series of football roles at the Dockers for three years before taking over as director of coaching... Read more
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13d
Adelaide Now
Should Essendon have cancelled Mad Monday?Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled”
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled” Mad Monday and today Tim Watson backed the Bombers’ goalkicking great. And Watson has first-hand experience, revealing super coach Kevin Sheedy cancelled Mad Monday after... Read more
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13d
News.com.au
Should Essendon have cancelled Mad Monday?Mad Monday and forced players to watch the heavy elimination final loss to Sydn
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
Mad Monday and forced players to watch the heavy elimination final loss to Sydney, instead? Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled” Mad Monday and today Tim Watson backed the Bombers’ goalkicking... Read more
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13d
Herald Sun
Should Essendon have cancelled Mad Monday?Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled”
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled” Mad Monday and today Tim Watson backed the Bombers’ goalkicking great. And Watson has first-hand experience, revealing super coach Kevin Sheedy cancelled Mad Monday after... Read more
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13d
The Courier Mail
Should Essendon have cancelled Mad Monday?Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled”
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Former Essendon greats Matthew Lloyd last night said he would have “cancelled” Mad Monday and today Tim Watson backed the Bombers’ goalkicking great. And Watson has first-hand experience, revealing super coach Kevin Sheedy cancelled Mad Monday after... Read more
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13d
Adelaide Now
Power blew it at selection: Dermiecoach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jur
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
coach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jury is out’’, although former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd said he understood the move because of Trengove’s free agent status. Trengove, 26, was left out of the Power’s... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Power blew it at selection: Dermiecoach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jur
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
coach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jury is out’’, although former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd said he understood the move because of Trengove’s free agent status. Trengove, 26, was left out of the Power’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Power blew it at selection: Dermiecoach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jur
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
coach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jury is out’’, although former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd said he understood the move because of Trengove’s free agent status. AFL: Chat from Adelaide Power camp after... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Power blew it at selection: Dermiecoach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jur
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
coach Ken Hinkley’s decision to play youth ahead of experience, saying “the jury is out’’, although former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd said he understood the move because of Trengove’s free agent status. Trengove, 26, was left out of the Power’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Gaz or Stringer? Cats can’t have bothgames. While the Bulldogs will be hoping for a high first round draft pick in
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
games. While the Bulldogs will be hoping for a high first round draft pick in exchange for Stringer, former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd believes the club has lost all its bargaining power. “The Bulldogs don’t want him. They don’t want him to play... Read more
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Herald Sun
Gaz or Stringer? Cats can’t have bothgames. While the Bulldogs will be hoping for a high first round draft pick in
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
games. While the Bulldogs will be hoping for a high first round draft pick in exchange for Stringer, former Essendon star Matthew Lloyd believes the club has lost all its bargaining power. “The Bulldogs don’t want him. They don’t want him to play... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Pathetic’ fault to blame for footy disasterto decide. It’s irrelevant for us, we’re worrying about moving on to GWS this w
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
to decide. It’s irrelevant for us, we’re worrying about moving on to GWS this week.” Kane Cornes and Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd both believed Shuey’s actions were responsible for Polec’s arm sliding up and were adamant he didn’t deserve... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Pathetic’ pretenders to blame for bloodbathto decide. It’s irrelevant for us, we’re worrying about moving on to GWS this w
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
to decide. It’s irrelevant for us, we’re worrying about moving on to GWS this week.” Kane Cornes and Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd both believed Shuey’s actions were responsible for Polec’s arm sliding up and were adamant he didn’t deserve... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Woosha declares Dons’ season a successHurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draf
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
Hurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draft pick Andy McGrath. Goalkicking champion Matthew Lloyd said the Dons needed to “get tougher” in the off-season after they were bullied by the Swans, declaring their... Read more
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Herald Sun
Woosha declares Dons’ season a successHurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draf
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Hurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draft pick Andy McGrath. Goalkicking champion Matthew Lloyd said the Dons needed to “get tougher” in the off-season after they were bullied by the Swans, declaring their... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Woosha declares Dons’ season a successHurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draf
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Hurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draft pick Andy McGrath. Goalkicking champion Matthew Lloyd said the Dons needed to “get tougher” in the off-season after they were bullied by the Swans, declaring their... Read more
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News.com.au
Woosha declares Dons’ season a successHurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draf
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
Hurley and Joe Daniher) — the most in 16 years — and the Rising Star, No.1 draft pick Andy McGrath. Goalkicking champion Matthew Lloyd said the Dons needed to “get tougher” in the off-season after they were bullied by the Swans, declaring their... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Star plagued by damaging cursefinals appearances. Most notably, Kennedy was held goalless in the 2015 grand
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
finals appearances. Most notably, Kennedy was held goalless in the 2015 grand final loss to Hawthorn. Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd says the West Coast spearhead will continue to be plagued by his poor finals showings until he kicks a bag. “I... Read more
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News.com.au
Plagued star must shred damaging footy cursefinals appearances. Most notably, Kennedy was held goalless in the 2015 grand
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
finals appearances. Most notably, Kennedy was held goalless in the 2015 grand final loss to Hawthorn. Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd says the West Coast spearhead will continue to be plagued by his poor finals showings until he kicks a bag. “I... Read more
16d
Perth Now
Finals stage set for Kennedy's coronationLEGENDARY goalkicker Matthew Lloyd believes the stage is set for West Coast spe
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
LEGENDARY goalkicker Matthew Lloyd believes the stage is set for West Coast spearhead Josh Kennedy to step up and establish himself as one of the game’s greats by producing a dominant finals performance. The cards have fallen Kennedy’s way ahead of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mick Malthouse would not pick Steve Johnson in GWS Giants' qualifying finalSmith Medal. Teammates past and present say Johnson still has something to off
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Smith Medal. Teammates past and present say Johnson still has something to offer but others like former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes believe the Giants need to make the hard call at selection. Malthouse, who was Collingwood... Read more
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The Age
Mick Malthouse would not pick Steve Johnson in GWS Giants' qualifying finalSmith Medal. Teammates past and present say Johnson still has something to off
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Smith Medal. Teammates past and present say Johnson still has something to offer but others like former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes believe the Giants need to make the hard call at selection. Malthouse, who was Collingwood... Read more
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Canberra Times
The 2000 Essendon Bombers voted the best premiership team since 2000Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome atta
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome attack was the young superstar full-forward Matthew Lloyd who, at just 22, kicked 109 goals to win his first Coleman Medal. Seven other Bombers kicked at least 20 goals... Read more
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The North West Star
Essendon 2000: The best premiership team since 2000Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome atta
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome attack was the young superstar full-forward Matthew Lloyd who, at just 22, kicked 109 goals to win his first Coleman Medal. Seven other Bombers kicked at least 20 goals... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The 2000 Essendon Bombers voted the best premiership team since 2000Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome atta
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome attack was the young superstar full-forward Matthew Lloyd who, at just 22, kicked 109 goals to win his first Coleman Medal. Seven other Bombers kicked at least 20 goals... Read more
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The Age
The 2000 Essendon Bombers voted the best premiership team since 2000Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome atta
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
Sheedy had an abundance of that at his disposal. Spearheading the awesome attack was the young superstar full-forward Matthew Lloyd who, at just 22, kicked 109 goals to win his first Coleman Medal. Seven other Bombers kicked at least 20 goals... Read more
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The Border Mail
Steve Johnson's career hanging by a thread after poor night against Geelong Catsperformance at Geelong, which has placed his position in the Giants side in gra
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
performance at Geelong, which has placed his position in the Giants side in grave danger. Former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes are among those who believe Johnson will not be retained for the Giants' first final against... Read more
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The North West Star
Stevie J's career hanging by thread after poor night against Catssole card he has left to avoid the axe for the start of Greater Western Sydney'
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
sole card he has left to avoid the axe for the start of Greater Western Sydney's finals campaign. Former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes are among those who believe Johnson will not be retained for the Giants' first final against... Read more
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Canberra Times
Steve Johnson's career hanging by a thread after poor night against Geelong Catsnight: Steve Johnson gets tangled up with Jed Bews of the Cats on the ground. P
Canberra Times / Posted 28 days ago
night: Steve Johnson gets tangled up with Jed Bews of the Cats on the ground. Photo: AAP Former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes are among those who believe Johnson will not be retained for the Giants' first final against... Read more
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The Age
Steve Johnson's career hanging by a thread after poor night against Geelong Catsnight: Steve Johnson gets tangled up with Jed Bews of the Cats on the ground. P
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
night: Steve Johnson gets tangled up with Jed Bews of the Cats on the ground. Photo: AAP Former premiership stars Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes are among those who believe Johnson will not be retained for the Giants' first final against... Read more
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