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13:40  16 october  2019
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Rudan ready for hostile Wellington return

  Rudan ready for hostile Wellington return Mark Rudan is prepared for a hostile reception when he returns to Wellington for the first time since leaving the Phoenix for A-League newcomers Western United.Western United coach Mark Rudan says he's unfazed by the prospect of a hostile reception when he returns to Wellington to face the Phoenix in his club's A-League season opener on Sunday.

The latest trade updates, including a blessing in disguise that could help an active club in trade period. The AFL Trader newsletter tells you what happened , what it means, and what happens next. Get it in your inbox FREE, every weeknight during the Telstra AFL Trade Period.

TRADE HUB All the latest news. Suns chief executive Mark Evans heralded the news in a significant day for the club . "Ben King's decision to extend his Every weeknight during the Telstra AFL Trade Period, we'll send you a snapshot of what you need to know, what it means, and what happens next.

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Two words: fire sale. Cam Ellis-Yolmen (Brisbane), Alex Keath (Bulldogs), Hugh Greenwood (Gold Coast), Eddie Betts (Carlton), Sam Jacobs (GWS) and Josh Jenkins (Geelong) are all gone as the Crows re-stump under new coach Matthew Nicks. Port's Billy Frampton is the sole addition.


Grant Birchall takes Luke Hodge's role as the veteran defender/Hawthorn influence as Callum Ah Chee (Gold Coast) and Rising Star winner Lewis Taylor (Sydney) leave.

Terror accused wanted to curb influence of Muslims and political left in Australia, court told

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AFL understands the 29-year-old has agreed to join his original club with a deal to be finalised between the Suns and Cats before Wednesday's Telstra AFL Trade The AFL Trader newsletter tells you what happened , what it means, and what happens next. Get it in your inbox FREE, every

Verdict: New head of football Peter Bell replaced one feather with two feathers in his cap. On day one of the NAB AFL Trade Period, Bell said it would You can use the form below to rate your club 's NAB AFL Trade and Free Agency Period out of 10. If you like, you can also have your say on your side's


Eddie Betts is a big homecoming, but the jury is out on what on-field impact he will have at 32. Andrew Phillips goes to Essendon and fellow ruckman Marc Pittonet (Hawthorn) takes his place. No deals for Sydney small forward Tom Papley and Gold Coast's Jack Martin - although Martin could still end up at the Blues through the national or pre-season draft.


Darcy Cameron (Sydney) joins as a back-up ruckman. James Aish goes to Fremantle.


Joe Daniher stays a Bomber, with the Swans unable to strike a deal. The Bombers also had a significant win when Orazio Fantasia was convinced not to pursue a trade to Port Adelaide - for this year, at least. Ruckman Andrew Phillips comes in - their first trade with arch-rivals Carlton in 16 years. Fringe Brisbane player Tom Cutler was a late trade.

Adelaide Crows announce Matthew Nicks as new coach

  Adelaide Crows announce Matthew Nicks as new coach Former Sydney Swans player and GWS senior assistant coach Matthew Nicks is announced as Adelaide Football Club's new senior coach.The former Sydney Swans player will replace Don Pyke, who stepped down from the role on September 12.

The club 's high-performance program has come under scrutiny after a spate of hamstring injuries and the failed pre-season camp on the Gold Coast. What happens to Billy Longer and Lewis Pierce will depend on the ruck merry-go-round set to take place in the upcoming NAB AFL Trade Period.

No Crows have formally requested a trade while the club is in the finals. Anyone else? Melbourne have been linked to Scott Thompson for a playing and coaching Anyone else: Fisher wants to play on but the club will make a decision on him at the end of the trade period. Dempster told AFL he is


Bradley Hill (St Kilda) is a significant loss, but pick No.10 and Blake Acres headline the compensation. Ed Langdon (Melbourne) heads east as James Aish (Collingwood) reunites with new Dockers coach Justin Longmuir.


All-Australian Tim Kelly is a big loss, but the suite of picks from West Coast gives them plenty of draft ammunition. Jack Steven (St Kilda) joins so he can be closer to family after a tough year dealing with mental health issues. Zac Smith goes back to the Suns.


Two-time Richmond premiership player Brandon Ellis brings badly-needed experience. Hugh Greenwood (Adelaide) is also a handy pickup. Ruckman Zac Smith returns from Geelong. No deal with Carlton for Jack Martin.


Long-time Giants Jonathon Patton (Hawthorn) and Adam Tomlinson (Melbourne) are gone, along with Aiden Bonar (North Melbourne) with Crows ruckman Sam Jacobs arriving.

'Disappointed' Daniher in trade stalemate

  'Disappointed' Daniher in trade stalemate Essendon and Sydney have failed to reached agreement on a trade for All-Australian key forward Joe Daniher.Daniher will stay at Essendon, with Sydney unable to prise him from the Bombers on the last day of the AFL trade period. Former Essendon captain Tim Watson first reported of the stalemate on Seven news, with the club legend declaring that there would be no deal.

AFL's reporters look at how all 18 teams are placed ahead of the Telstra AFL Trade Period kicking off on Monday. Indicative draft order: Your club 's picks as they stand.

Hawks football boss Graham Wright told Telstra AFL Trade Radio last week Pittonet was still firmly in the club 's considerations with McEvoy a chance to spend time in defence. The state of play, every day. The AFL Trader newsletter tells you what happened , what it means, and what happens next.


The Hawks have sought to boost their spine, bringing in Jonathon Patton for their attack and Sam Frost in defence.


Adam Tomlinson and Ed Langdon join to beef them up on either wing. Sam Frost heads to Hawthorn and they now have two top-10 picks.


After re-signing Shaun Higgins and Todd Goldstein, the Kangaroos were quiet in trade period, giving up the No.8 selection in a trade of picks with the Demons and picked up Aiden Bonar from GWS.


The natives are restless at Alberton over Dougal Howard's departure to St Kilda. Paddy Ryder also joins the Saints. A media report saying Carlton were approached about Ollie Wines prompted a media release denying it had happened. The Power were keen on Orazio Fantasia, who decided to stay at Essendon.


Other than Brandon Ellis (Gold Coast) and Dan Butler (St Kilda), very quiet. But when you have Alex Rance, Marlion Pickett and Sydney Stack as virtual recruits and you're reigning premiers, nor should you be doing much.


The big players, with Bradley Hill (Fremantle) and Port duo Paddy Ryder and Dougal Howard boosting their list. Jack Steven goes to Geelong for a lot cheaper (No.58) than they had hoped. Blake Acres is off to Fremantle and Josh Bruce goes to the Bulldogs. Zak Jones (Sydney), like Hill, adds much-needed outside run. Richmond forward Dan Butler was a last-minute trade.


Didn't land the big fish they wanted when they were unable to coax the Bombers into a deal for Joe Daniher. That then meant no trade with Carlton for Tom Papley. Lewis Taylor comes in from Brisbane.


It took them 12 months but the Eagles have their man, giving up several draft picks for gun Geelong midfielder Tim Kelly


Josh Bruce (St Kilda) will be a handy foil for Aaron Naughton in the revamped Bulldogs attack. Provided Alex Keath (Adelaide) can recover from his leg injury, he also certainly boosts their defence.

Former Crows player bashed in brutal home invasion .
Grantley Fielke, 57, required facial reconstruction surgery.Fielke, 57, required facial reconstruction surgery after he was allegedly assaulted by two men in the early hours of September 22.

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