The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Adam Ramanauskas, live from The Welcome Stranger Hotel. On the show today, The Friday Form with Deane Lester and the TAB's Nick Quinn, The Friday Footy Preview with Brent Harvey, retiring Collingwood Premiership Star Tyson Goldsack, Dylan Shiel from Essendon, and Melbourne Ruckman Max Gawn.
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Adam Ramanauskas. On the show today, Nick Phipps previews the Wallabies first game in the Rugby World Cup, the Herald Sun's Scott Gullan with all the AFL news, former Jockey Greg Childs, Jed Bews from Geelong, and Shaun Higgins from North Melbourne in the Inner Sanctum.
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Sharelle McMahon. On the show today, Channel 7's Mark Stevens with the latest AFL news, Essendon CEO Xavier Campbell, Harry Himmelberg from GWS, and retired Western Bulldog Dale Morris in the Inner Sanctum.
Dale Morris joined the Breakfast Club in the Inner Sanctum after he called time on a remarkable career considering his injuries and comebacks, highlighted by the 2016 flag for the Dogs where he'll continue in an off field role next year.
Tom Boyd sat down with Mike Sheahan on Fox Footy last night, which for many became an eye-opener to just how much scrutiny is placed on young men from such a young age. It prompted an in-depth discussion from Harf, Whitey & Sharelle McMahon about whether the draft age should be lifted, the mental state of athletes when they’re the focus and strategies they use when it comes to coaching such young, talented athletes.