Sunday, July 27, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 18 (week 2)

Collingwood's third straight loss leads this week's SuperFooty Podcast agenda as the boys analyse what's going wrong at the Westpac Centre.

Are the Pies battling as a result of injuries or, as Mick Warner suggests, could there be a bigger issue at play?

The Hawthorn-Sydney blockbuster had plenty of tongues wagging over the weekend and the boys debate which team has more to come back ahead of what they believe might have been a grand final preview - even if one panel member isn't all that excited by one of the flag fancies.

Tyrone Vickery's strike on Dean Cox dominated headlines across the weekend and the boys have their say, and weigh in on how the Tigers and big Ty handled the issue.

Plus the Lions strike, the Suns' woes and your favourite weekly podcast segments - Be Kind Rewind and Is It Just Me Or ...


Sunday, July 20, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 18 week 1

After an amazing first weekend of Round 18, the boys - host Anthony Hudson and Herald Sun journalists Sam Edmund and Mick Warner - are up and about.

Sammy Edmund was quick to jump on Fremantle's shock loss to St Kilda, saying his long-held belief the Dockers can't win this year's premiership was vindicated by the thumping they received at the hands of the Saints.

The boys agree the Bulldogs let one slip against Essendon, and while their list is exciting do they have to offer one of their young guns up to land that elusive key forward? And how about Jake Carlisle's performance? Is he the hottest player in the game?

The boys discuss the round and say upsets and close shaves for heavy favourites might mean tanking is officially dead.

Geelong and Port Adelaide's top four hopes are well truly alive after thrilling wins over cellar-dwellars GWS and Melbourne, while Sammy tells us why North Melbourne is losing the games it shouldn't.

As for Carlton, Mick has some exciting news on the recruiting front.


Sunday, July 13, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 17

The freefalling Magpies lead the way in the latest edition of The SuperFooty Podcast. Will they miss the eight and how much blame should Bucks cop?

Their conquerors Essendon are ascending, but can they maintain their climb amid so much off-field turmoil, and will King James be welcome back at Windy Hill?

Port Adelaide's season is unravelling and the boys discuss whether they've been figured out at the worst possible time, while Sydney's seemingly unstoppable march to flag glory continues.

Elsewhere we have BT's brain fade, the Bulldogs showing some bite and Boomer's Brownlow chances.

All that, plus Sammy v Freo, Huddo v weekend exhaustion and Mick v the multiple sides of his brain.


Sunday, July 6, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 16

There's plenty to discuss after a dramatic weekend of footy that shook up the ladder and left two of the game’s biggest names on tenterhooks.

Gary Ablett’s injury has thrown the Brownlow race right open and the boys discuss who might be in line to benefit from the little master’s misfortune.

Meanwhile, amid the Brian Lake hysteria, Huddo offers the key defender some hope for his tribunal hearing.

Elsewhere, there’s discussion of the Pies’ finals chances, the Crows and Bombers timing their runs, Sydney marching on and are Port really on the slide?

All this, plus Mick’s fat finger, Sammy v Freo and Huddo explaining why you should never bet against Chelsea.