Sunday, May 25, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 10

Plenty to talk about after Round 10, with Gary Ablett's stray elbow leading the agenda and the team considering the question of whether Brownlow eligibility rules are fair in the modern age.

The boys also discuss an up and down weekend for the comp's big blokes, the Power's continuing surge, the lack of a blowtorch on the Bulldogs and the Giant problems in western Sydney that seem to just keep getting bigger.

All that, plus Sammy's theory on Jack Riewoldt's "selfish unselfishness", more bodgy banner work, Paddy Dangerfield in line for a Be Kind Rewind and Elliott Yeo's dental disaster.


Sunday, May 18, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 9

There's plenty of talking points after an eventful Round 9, with Tigerland's tough decisions leading the agenda after its dismal loss to Melbourne.

The boys also look at the Dees' renaissance under Roos, Friday night's bad taste boos, Freo's flag hopes, even more bumps and how the Suns just keep getting brighter.

There's also Sammy's shocking solution to Sirengate, Mick's advice for the Essendon hierarchy and Huddo's musical tastes v the Gold Coast anthem.


Sunday, May 11, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 8

Round 8 brought a shorter fixture list but there was still plenty for Huddo, Sammy and Mick to chew over.

The Swans rediscovering their mojo tops the agenda, with plenty of debate on the Hawks, Freo and Port's flag prospects.

There's also Josh Kennedy's incredible haul, angry Alastair Clarkson and the Giants' reasons to be fearful.

And we introduce our new segment 'Be Kind Rewind', nominating those that might prefer to have the weekend back again.


Sunday, May 4, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 7

Mick Warner is back in the studio with Sam Edmund and Anthony Hudson to discuss all the hot topics out of Round 7.

How scared should the Victorian powerhouse clubs be by the form of the Gold Coast Suns and can anyone figure out exactly how good North Melbourne are?

The boys also debate which of their own teams - Richmond and Carlton - have been the biggest disappointment of the season so far and give their theories on the secrets of the top sides’ success.

There’s also the biggest issues facing new AFL boss Gillon McLachlan, a Brownlow debate, a lively ‘Is it Just Me, Or...?’ and plenty more.