What really happens when the axe falls in the AFL world? Some of the biggest names in the sport reveal the remarkable true stories of how they discovered their days were numbered and when the guillotine dropped.
Introducing SACKED: Showbiz
Search SACKED: Showbiz wherever you get your podcasts to hear from the people at the pointy end of some of the most sensational showbiz sackings. Here's a little taster with Sam Newman. Episode 2 with Derryn Hinch is out now, search SACKED: Showbiz wherever you podcast
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Dayne Beams Part 2 - Lion Hearted Recovery
With his father ill and living in Queensland, Dayne Beams would seek a trade to Brisbane at the conclusion of the 2014 season. The move to the Lions would see Beams assume the captaincy and become a leader for the young side. With all seeming well on t...
Dayne Beams Part 1 - In Black And White
Originally from Queensland, Dayne Beams would land at the Magpies' nest in 2009. A versatile player who could play forward or back Beams knew how to find the footy. Slotting straight into a strong line up, Beams would taste premiership su...
Peter Jackson - Calling The Shots
A veteran footy administrator Peter Jackson served as Essendon's CEO from 1996 to 2009. A period where the Bombers delivered a 16th VFL/AFL flag and parted ways with iconic figurehead Kevin Sheedy.A brief absence from footy ended when Jackson was ...
Andrew Krakouer - The Road To Redemption
Carrying the hopes of the Krakouer name made famous by father Jim and Uncle Phil for North Melbourne in the 1980s, Andrew Krakouer announced himself on the AFL stage in 2001. With great expectation Krakouer was a crafty goal sneak with an innate abilit...
Doug Hawkins - Son of the Scray
A favourite son of the Footscray Football Club, Doug Hawkins carried the hopes of the Western suburbs for the best part of 17 seasons. Blessed with balance and poise Dougie dazzled around opponents becoming one of the competitions most exciting wingmen...
I tried to hate this podcast but five minutes into the first Mick Malthouse episode I knew I would love it. Danny Frawley sealed the deal, this show is too good not to review.
I assumed this would be rehashed nonsense I heard before, I was wrong. Hearing the details from the other side gives me a new perspective. This podcast redefines the term “amicable.” Great insights and hope to hear more.
I hope some day to hear Ross Lyon’s take on his sacking.