Hosted by Brownlow Medallist Gerard Healy, this is a must-listen for all the hot issues, the hottest guests and on-field strategies. Gerard is joined by the country's leading AFL scribe Mike Sheahan and Brownlow medallist James Hird.
On The Couch 29th September 2014
Episode 31: Tonight the panel takes a close look at the 2014 Grand Final - what went right for the Hawks and what went horribly wrong for the Swans and joining them in the studio is three-times Hawthorn premiership coach Alastair Clarkson.
On The Couch 23rd September 2014
Episode 29: Jason Dunstall leads our panel in taking a light-hearted look at all things AFL. Spud's Golden Fist Award continues to go viral, Lynchey keeps pushing for a return of Yesterday's Heroes & Gazey lights it up with Turn It Up.
On The Couch 15th September 2014
Episode 28: Tonight the panel analyses this week's preliminary finals as Port Adelaide and North Melbourne plan to gate-crash the Grand Final plans of Hawthorn and the Swans. Joining the boys will be coaches Brad Scott and Ken Hinkley.
On The Couch 8th September 2014
Episode 27: Is Port Adelaide a smoky for the flag after the demolition of the Tigers & is it time for the Cats to re-jig their ruck division? Plus the Hawks' dilemma with Cyril Rioli. Special guest- North Melbourne chairman James Brayshaw.
On The Couch Monday 1st September 2014
Episode 26: The Tigers captured the footy world's imagination- can they keep their dream alive by beating Port? How does Adam Goodes respond to his diving controversy & we rate the performances of the also-rans. Chris Scott is our guest.
On The Couch Monday 25th August 2014
Episode 25: The panel assesses the likely make-up of the final 8. Can the Tigers hang on or will the Eagles or Crows gate-crash September? Mike & Gerard have plenty of love for two big men...and the reason for Bomber Thompson's frustration.
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Cant download please fix
last year was great so 3/5
Ummm why is this podcast recommended when it's 2.5 years ago? How about an update FOXSPORTS?
2014 time warp