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Power,Demons,Saints and Dogs denied

The AFL has denied four clubs impacted by the Essendon saga the right to top-up players for the 2016 season.

Paddy Ryder (Port Adelaide), Angus Monfries (Port Adelaide), Jake Carlisle (St Kilda), Jake Melksham (Melbourne), and Stewart Crameri (Western Bulldogs will all serve 12 months suspensions. 54 more words


BREAKING NEWS: Essendon Appeal

The Australian has reported that past and present Essendon players found guilty of doping by the Court of Arbitration for sport will appeal to a Swiss court. 72 more words


The Essendon in all of us

First published by Talk of the Turf on February 3, 2016.

The Essendon AFL team of 2016, a patchwork of top-up players and inexperienced rookies, will have two opponents in every match they play. 759 more words


Catherine Ordway discussing Essendon Football Club supplements case on ABC Radio

Recently, Sports Management specialist and La Trobe Business School Professor of Practice Catherine Ordway, was featured on the ABC Radio news speaking about the decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport on the Essendon supplements case. 9 more words

La Trobe Business School

The haughty arrogance of lawyers Part II How the Essendon players were dudded


I am very sorry that this note is so long, more than 16,000 words or forty pages, but this is a very big mess.  I am not so much concerned with what the players did, as with what others have done to them.  16,830 more words


Essendon Signs Ryan Crowley In Positive Move Away From Any Association With Banned Drugs

AFL club Essendon have made a decisive move away from the taint of drug scandal by signing former Fremantle tagger Ryan Crowley, with a source inside the club telling The (un)Australian that “we really needed a clean skin here to move forward”. 344 more words

The UnAustralian

SPORTS: The Essendon Football Club OR How I Learned To Love The Drugs

Welcome to the Architeuthis’ coverage of sport, a topic so important to society that I’m failing to comment on social politics this week just to fit it in. 894 more words

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