The SuperFooty Podcast
Anthony Hudson, Sam Edmund and guests discuss the hottest topics in footy every Monday throughout the season.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
Sunday, June 19, 2016
SuperFooty Podcast: Round 13 review
Eddie McGuire's comments about Caroline Wilson and Brad Scott's attack on the umpires are dominating the footy agenda and Michael Warner, Sam Edmund and Anthony Hudson are at the coalface. They debate how serious this blow is to McGuire's job as Collingwood president and what penalty Scott will face from the AFL. Plus the incredible form of 'Dangerwood' at Geelong, why Lance Franklin loves the wet and a bizarre case of mistaken identity for Hawthorn champ Dermott Brereton while on the road for Fox Footy - all that and more in a technically challenged edition of the SuperFooty Podcast.
Monday, June 13, 2016
SuperFooty Podcast: AFL Round 12
Sunday, June 5, 2016
The SuperFooty Podcast: Round 11
After a disastrous loss to North Melbourne, Michael Warner reveals his five-point plan to save Richmond. And one of them isn't sacking the coach. Mick, Sam Edmund and Anthony Hudson also tackle Collingwood's problems, the rise of the Blues and ask whether Melbourne should get a pass mark for season 2016 so far, and if Jimmy Bartel is the best wet weather player of all time. And Sam and Huddo reveal just how cold it was in the Hobart press box. All that and more in the Round 11 edition of the SuperFooty Podcast.
Sunday, May 29, 2016
The SuperFooty Podcast: Round 10 review
Does the resurgence of Carlton tell us more about Brendon Bolton or Mick Malthouse? Is it a skill to draw high contact free kicks? Anthony Hudson, Sam Edmund and Michael Warner debate the hot topics of Round 10 including the wide open premiership race, Collingwood's injury crisis, Richmond's mid-season Grand Final and the car mix-up that left Jason Dunstall stranded and grumpy in Adelaide. All that and more in this week's edition of the SuperFooty Podcast.
Sunday, May 22, 2016
The SuperFooty Podcast: Round 9 review
Paul Roos might have missed it, but Anthony Hudson got the controversial memo about deliberate rushed behinds. He reveals its contents and debates the consequences with Michael Warner and Sam Edmund. Also on the agenda: the GWS juggernaut, Patrick Dangerfield's goalkicking yips, Nathan Buckley's testy relationship with the media, should the AFL have a send-off rule and will Fremantle win a game this season?
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Round 8 review
CARLTON “infinitely better” under Brendon Bolton, oh the life of a Tigers fan and did the Bombers actually beat North Melbourne?
Our supercharged SuperFooty podcast panel is back after a big Round 8 to discuss all the action, including the Tigers’ thrilling win (so yes, that means Mick Warner has returned!) and Carlton’s continued rise.
Geelong’s win over the Crows means it’s high fives all round on the panel, and the boys are up and about.
But not all’s peachy, with footy in Queensland “toxic”, Lions coach Justin Leppitsch really under the pump and Mick believing the AFL needs to take responsibility for the Gold Coast’s current struggles.
Sam Edmund seemed a little bemused by the reaction of Bombers fans after their loss to the Kangas — a team that continues to fly under the radar despite a 8-0 start to the season.
“North just keep winning and no-one keeps talking about them.”
Plus the boys bring up the ‘T’ word with Fremantle (are they tanking?), Sammy reckons we could be on track for a rematch of 2008 and Mick has seen this year’s Rising Star winner ... who’s lucky to be alive.
It’s all covered in a big Round 8 SuperFooty podcast.