He's footy's number one newsbreaker, always at the coalface of the biggest stories in the game. Damian Barrett goes behind the scenes and inside the stories and minds of football's most influential figures. An Australian Football League production.
PREVIEW: AFL Daily, Friday May 7 - Ned Guy's departure, North Melbourne's 'process'
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Collingwood list manager resigns (:29); Ned Guy is responsible (1:35); David Noble says it's about 'process' (7:21); North Melbourne is struggling to sell hope to members (9:59); Who is the most exciting small forward in the game right now? (10:45); Dusty returns and looking forward to the Cats big three (14:38).
Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield on the Grand Final loss, Dusty, and how he sees himself as a player
Ahead of the season Damian Barrett sat down with Cats star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield to discuss the lost Grand Final, taking on Dusty, the racism debate, and much more.
Carlton star Patrick Cripps on his contract, building resilience, and his lowest point at the Blues
In this episode of In the Game, Damian Barrett sat down with Blues co-captain Patrick Cripps ahead of the season to discuss the status of his contract, his expectations for the Blues going into 2021, and how he's built resilience through some tough times.
Anita Frawley on the loss of Danny, mental health, and the importance of Spud's Game
In this episode of In the Game, Damian speaks to Anita Frawley about dealing with the loss of her husband Danny, the upcoming Spud's Game, and the importance of taking the time to talk.
Melbourne defender Steven May on his crazy career journey, defensive craft, and developing his leadership
In this episode of In the Game, Damian Barrett speaks to gun Demons defender Steven May about his journey from the Gold Coast to Melbourne, honing his defensive craft, being jealous of Tom Lynch, and much more.
Essendon captain Dyson Heppell on his debilitating foot injury, leadership challenges, and why his best footy is yet to come
In this episode of In the Game, Damian Barrett speaks to Bombers skipper Dyson Heppell about the shocking extent of his foot injury, how a chorus of criticism challenged his leadership in 2020, why he's confident his best footy is yet to come, and more.