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Beginnings:

Melbourne Football Club, nicknamed The Demons, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League (AFL), reigning from Melbourne, Victoria. In 1859,[2] a few days after it was founded, some of its members created the code of football that it still plays. In 1862 it competed in what may be the earliest challenge trophy competition, was a foundation member of the Victorian Football Association (VFA) (1877), one of two associations and governing bodies formed in the same year and in 1897 it became a foundation member of the Victorian Football League (VFL) competition which later became the national Australian Football League (AFL).



Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 99,346 in round 10 1958
  • * Most Games: 272 by Robert Flower from 1973 to 1987
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 115,802 for the 1956 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
11 Melbourne 22 10 12 0 1944 1991 97.6 40

Hibberd ready for banter

MICHAEL Hibberd says the banter with his former Essendon teammates has already started in the lead-up to Sunday’s clash against the Bombers at Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

Hibberd said he had already heard from good mate, Bomber Michael Hurley.

“Don’t listen to a word he says, he lies,” Hibberd said with a laugh.

Hibberd will play his second match for Melbourne and first against his ex-team this round after arguably being the red and blue’s best against Richmond at the MCG on ANZAC Day Eve – his comeback match.

Hibberd said it was great to be playing again after a forced year out of the game.

“I felt pretty comfortable – the game didn’t go past me, so it was good,” he said at AAMI Park on Thursday.

“It was a big build up, emotionally and into the game – 18 months out and it was a relief to actually be able to play and perform quite well.

“I’m not sure how the game changes every year –...


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An exciting test for our team: Jennings

GAME analyst and education coordinator Craig Jennings says this Sunday’s clash against Essendon at Etihad Stadium will be a great opportunity for Melbourne to test itself against a team featuring some players in red-hot form.

Jennings said several Essendon players stood out during its win over Collingwood at the MCG on ANZAC Day, adding that his team needed to be right on its game this weekend.

“This is a really exciting game for us to play, because Essendon is in the eight and they’re a big footy club, and they’re on record that they want to be a high-scoring team and that’s coming out in their games,” he told melbournefc.com.au.

“They’re powerful in their scoring and they move the footy really well, so we have to have really good attention to detail in what we focus on and what’s important to us to get a win.

“Essendon has got some players in really good form. We saw the efforts of...


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Six into mix for round six

MELBOURNE has added six players to its squad for Sunday’s clash against Essendon at Etihad Stadium, including tall utility Cam Pedersen for his first game of the season.

The Demons have rushed back four-time premiership player Jordan Lewis into the starting 18, after he served a three-match suspension.

Recruit Mitch Hannan has been named at full-forward, after he being a carryover player for last Monday night’s ANZAC Day Eve match.

Hard-nut Tom Bugg has also been named on the seven-man bench, after starring for Casey last weekend with 32 disposals and five goals.

Second-year Demon Sam Weideman is also back in contention, after missing last week.

And defender Oscar McDonald could return after being an emergency the past two rounds and playing in the VFL.

As announced earlier on Thursday, goalkicking ace Jesse Hogan will not play, due to the sad passing of his father, Tony.

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Time frame still unknown for Smith

TIM Smith remains in hospital after suffering a punctured lung against Richmond at the MCG last Monday night.

The key forward didn’t play in the second half of Melbourne’s 13-point loss on ANZAC Day Eve, after copping a knee to the ribs. He was subsequently being taken to hospital.

“Tim is currently in hospital and is still under observation, primarily with his punctured lung, so we expect him to be discharged, hopefully on Friday,” Misson told Melbourne TV.

Ruckman Jake Spencer had surgery on his AC joint on Thursday and will be sidelined for six or seven weeks.

But Christian Petracca, who copped a knock on the knee and suffered some bone bruising, is “getting better every day”.

“He’ll do a fitness test on Friday, but we expect him to play,” Misson said.

Another youngster, Angus Brayshaw (concussion), will be rested this week.

“He copped a knock behind play and it was on the minor...


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Casey Demons teams: round three

CASEY DEMONS TEAMS: ROUND THREE

From the coach …

“Coming up against Geelong, they’re a team that plays a different style of football. We’re going to have to be very organised around the way we deal with some of those things, and we’re going to put a fair amount of work into them. It’s another opportunity for some of our younger players to continue to build. Away trips aren’t always easy, particularly on their home ground, so we’re looking forward to this week’s game and taking small steps forward.” – Justin Plapp

2017 Peter Jackson VFL
Geelong v Casey Demons, Saturday, April 29, 1pm
Simonds Stadium

B: Mitch White, Jack Hutchins, Josh Wagner

HB: Mitch Hannan, Corey Maynard, Christian Salem

C: Tom Bugg, Dean Kent, Billy Stretch

HF: Declan Keilty, Oscar McDonald, Dom Tyson

F: James Harmes, Sam Weideman, Angus Scott

Foll: Mitch King, Jack Trengove, Ben Kennedy

I/C (from): Sean Dwyer,...


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The ruck rule change dilemma

MELBOURNE entered November with every reason to be confident in its ruck stocks.

Its list contained All Australian ruckman Max Gawn, a handy back-up Jake Spencer and a 'third man up' specialist in new recruit Jordan Lewis.

It expected Mitch King to return from a second knee reconstruction and develop with the Casey Demons. 

Meanwhile rookie Lachlan Filipovic was a long-term prospect after showing good signs with Sandringham after converting from soccer and basketball.   

However in December, with little warning, the 'third man up' was banned. 

The Demons immediately lost the Lewis option. 

Then in rounds three and five when they lost Gawn and Spencer respectively during games, the ruling arguably caused them to lose a whole lot more, as the tactics available to cover for the injured ruckman's absence were reduced.

Against Geelong, despite Jack Watts battling hard against the odds,...


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Hogan to miss due to passing of father

TONY Hogan, the father of young Melbourne forward Jesse Hogan, has died after a long battle with cancer.
 
Hogan was a member of the 1973 premiership squad with WAFL club Subiaco and a teammate of former AFL commissioner Mike Fitzpatrick.
 
The Demons have confirmed that Jesse Hogan, who returned to Perth earlier this month to spend time with his father, will not line up for the Demons against Essendon on Sunday.

Football manager Josh Mahoney told a media conference, "He won't play this week against Essendon and in times of timelines post that we'll leave it in Jesse's hands.

"That's all we can do. It's a very difficult time for any 22-year-old, going through what he's been through and coupled with that it plays out publicly.

"We'll gauge how he's feeling about it. It's hard to measure in terms of timelines."

Mahoney said it put in perspective questions about his form, a two-week...


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Tyson backs Pedersen to step-up

DOM Tyson says Cam Pedersen looms as the most likely option to come in and help Melbourne’s ruck situation, given Max Gawn (hamstring) and now Jake Spencer (AC joint) are sidelined until after the mid-season break.

Speaking on 1116 SEN on Wednesday, Tyson said Melbourne had to be inventive in the ruck in the coming weeks.

“It’s a tough one and a match committee conundrum. We’ve got options. Cam Pedersen is doing some good things down at Casey and there is Sam Frost, who is super athletic,” he said.

“Wattsy (Jack Watts) has been doing a good job [as a support ruckman] and it gets him involved, up around the ball, because he’s a great ball user and classy around there.

“We’ve got a young fella, Mitch King, who has just come back off an ACL and he’s played one game for Casey, but it’s probably too big of an ask to tell him to really step up. The readymade ones are probably Cam...


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Jones, Viney accept sanctions

MELBOURNE co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney have accepted their sanctions for being involved in a melee during Monday night’s ANZAC Day Eve clash against Richmond at the MCG.

The AFL announced on Wednesday that all four players from the match had accepted their sanctions offered by the match review panel.

Sanctions Accepted:

Trent Cotchin, Richmond, has accepted a $1500 sanction for being the instigator of a melee during the third quarter of the Round Five match between Richmond and Melbourne, played at the MCG on Monday April 24, 2017.

Jack Riewoldt, Richmond, has accepted a $2500 sanction for being involved in a melee during the third quarter of the Round Five match between Richmond and Melbourne, played at the MCG on Monday April 24, 2017.

Jack Viney, Melbourne, has accepted a $2500 sanction for being involved in a melee during the third quarter of the Round Five match...


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We need to be careful: Gawn

RUCKMAN Max Gawn says his side needs to be careful about pushing the boundaries, which could lead to further suspensions or fines via the match review panel.

Speaking on Triple M, the injured big man acknowledged Melbourne wanted to play on the edge, but had to make sure it didn’t go over the top.

“We always want to play tough – most teams do. But there are times when we do step over the line, like we saw with Jordan [Lewis] – although that’s not tough what Jordan did. But we saw it with Jesse [Hogan] and Bernie [Vince], so we’ve already had some suspensions to key players,” he said.

“We’ve got to tone that down a little bit, but there were some brawls on the weekend [against Richmond], and Jonesy (Nathan Jones) and Vines (Jack Viney) got fined for their melee involvement.

“Again, we were in trouble with the tribunal, so we’ve got to be careful there.”

Gawn, who will miss roughly...


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Hibberd makes team of the week

RUCKMEN, resurgences and the continuation of three unbeaten runs were the talking points from the Anzac weekend, and are reflected in the round five Team of the Week, brought to you by Accor Hotels.

Three ruckmen made claim to spots in this week's team, with the standout Greater Western Sydney's Shane Mumford for his demolition job against Sydney.

Closely in contention were Richmond's Toby Nankervis and Hawthorn's Ben McEvoy. The big Tiger took out the fans' vote to claim the last spot on the bench.

As far as resurgences go, Fremantle backman Michael Johnson silenced the critics with a general-like performance in the Dockers' thriller over North Melbourne.

As always, midfield depth across the competition made selection tough with Nat Fyfe, Ollie Wines, Rory Atkins, Callan Ward, Dayne Zorko and Jack Steven unlucky to miss out. 

It was also tough for forwards, with Orazio Fantasia and...


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On trend: How Melbourne in playing in 2017

A key mantra for Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin in the opening part of the season has been the need for his side to play fearless football and adopt a recognisable brand.

The starting point for the Demons is being strong around the contest and aggressive with their defensive positioning and pressure.

Although Melbourne has lost three consecutive games, its want and desire for the contest has not waned.

The fact the Demons are now the fourth-ranked team in the competition for tackle differential (+5.6), after being 17th last season (-10.1), underlines the Goodwin influence.

Melbourne is also first in the AFL for pressure factor (1.86), which is clearly a non-negotiable under Goodwin's coaching.

With pressure high on opposition teams around the contest, Melbourne's defenders are more confidently able to set up in aggressive positions behind the footy.

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick...


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In the Melbourne mix: round six

The Demons have lost three consecutive matches and coach Simon Goodwin's most urgent need is to fashion a makeshift ruck division after losing first choice big man Max Gawn (hamstring) and back-up Jake Spencer (shoulder) to lengthy injury stints.

Youngster Mitch King played his first VFL game at the weekend after a 12-month layoff with a serious knee injury, but is not considered ready for AFL footy just yet.

Melbourne is likely to recall utility Cam Pedersen for his first game of the season, with Jack Watts and Sam Frost the others to provide ruck support.

In better news, experienced midfielder Jordan Lewis has finally served his three-week suspension and will return to a side desperately needing a steady head.

Tomas Bugg racked up 35 disposals and kicked five goals for Casey against VFL strugglers North Ballarat. Oscar McDonald, who played limited game time in case he was needed...


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Hibberd, Oliver in the AFLCA votes

EVERY round, the AFL coaches vote for the best players from their game. The coaches vote for five players, giving them a mark from 1-5.

The maximum a player can score is 10 (with five votes from both coaches).

PORT ADELAIDE v CARLTON
10 Robbie Gray (PA)
6 Jared Polec (PA)
6 Brad Ebert (PA)
5 Ollie Wines (PA)
4 Matthew Broadbent (PA)

WESTERN BULLDOGS v BRISBANE LIONS
9 Dayne Zorko (BL)
8 Jason Johannisen (WB)
7 Jack Macrae (WB)
2 Zaine Cordy (WB)
2 Luke Dahlhaus (WB)
2 Mitch Robinson (BL)

GOLD COAST v ADELAIDE
10 Rory Sloane (Adel)
8 Matt Crouch (Adel)
3 Rory Atkins (Adel)
3 Brad Crouch (Adel)
3 Rory Laird (Adel)
3 Jake Lever (Adel)

SYDNEY v GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY
9 Toby Greene (GWS)
9 Shane Mumford (GWS)
6 Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
4 Callan Ward (GWS)
1 Nick Haynes (GWS)
1 Zac Williams (GWS)

FREMANTLE v NORTH MELBOURNE
10 David Mundy (Frem)
4 Nat Fyfe (Frem)
4 Michael Johnson (Frem)
3 Ben Cunnington (NM)
3 Stephen...


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The team review: round five

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Summary

For the third round in a row, Melbourne missed a golden opportunity to claim the four points. After starting the season with back-to-back wins, the Demons have lost to Geelong (29 points), Fremantle (two) and now Richmond by 13 points. On each occasion, the Dees not only could’ve won – they really should’ve. Six more scoring shots than the Cats – including 19 behinds – cost Melbourne victory, before it gave up a 21-point lead at half-time against Fremantle. On Monday night, Melbourne squandered a 20-point lead at three quarter-time to fall short against a still undefeated Richmond, giving the Dees a 2-3 win/loss record after five rounds.  

The stat

Melbourne had a dominant 19 inside 50s to five in the first quarter, yet only led by three points at quarter-time, which proved costly in the wash-up. Although the Demons still had almost double the forward entries by half-time...


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Melbourne to get adventurous in ruck

MELBOURNE may have to be "adventurous" with its ruck department in coming weeks with Jake Spencer set to join first-choice big man Max Gawn on the sidelines.

Spencer suffered an AC joint injury to his shoulder in the second term of the Demons' 13-point loss to Richmond, compounding the club's ruck woes following Gawn's long-term hamstring tear. 

The Demons were reluctant to speculate on the extent of Spencer's injury soon after the Anzac Day eve clash with the Tigers, saying the severity of the issue will become clearer during the week.

"We'll have to assess that once the dust settles and get through the next couple of days," coach Simon Goodwin said after the game.

Fellow Demon Tim Smith was also ruled out of the game early against the Tigers after copping a knee in a marking contest. He was sent to hospital and will spend Monday night there nursing fractured ribs with medicos also...


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Talking points: Richmond v Melbourne

1. A Jack of all trades
On a slippery night not in now way suited to high-marking forwards, Jack Riewoldt's influence on the game was remarkable. As the rain teemed down at the MCG early in the game, Riewoldt's two goals in the first quarter were a sight to behold. The star forward's first, a snap off a step on his right boot, was quickly followed by a left-foot curler just as good as his first effort. Riewoldt finished with six goals on the night, including the match-winner in the final quarter, to almost singlehandedly win the match off his own boot. The star Tiger has elevated his own game to a new level this season and it is a more versatile Riewoldt that has become one of the AFL's very best.

2. Dees' ruck cupboard looking bare
Already without Max Gawn for an extended period due to a hamstring injury, losing back-up big man Jake Spencer with a shoulder complaint after half-time


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Goodwin incredibly proud, but frustrated

Rd 5: Simon Goodwin post-match Simon Goodwin speaks to the media following the loss against Richmond

SIMON Goodwin says he was “incredibly proud” of his team’s performance against Richmond at the MCG on ANZAC Day Eve, but also frustrated at another missed opportunity to claim the four points.

Melbourne went down by 13 points in a brilliant contest, as it lost ruckman Jake Spencer (shoulder/knee) and forward Tim Smith (ribs), who were unable to finish the match.

Youngster Christian Petracca suffered a knee injury early in the match, but played out the game, while a couple of other Demons finished the night sore.

Despite the loss of personnel against the Tigers, Goodwin said his side needed to make the most of its chances and he was also frustrated by his team giving up goals late in terms. 

“We’ve just got to maximise our opportunities better and find a way to the win the game,” he...


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Mixed emotions for Michael

MICHAEL Hibberd says his long-awaited return to the AFL – and his first match for Melbourne after 84 games with Essendon from 2011-15 – was a “mixture of emotions”.

Hibberd, who played his first game for Melbourne, after an Achilles injury interrupted the latter part of his pre-season and the early part of the home and away season, was one of his side’s best in its 13-point loss to Richmond at the MCG on Monday night, ANZAC Day Eve.

The 27-year-old said it “unbelievable to be back playing footy” even though his team fell short in the dying minutes of a brilliant contest.

“To have my first game at such a great club is a moment I’ll never forget. It would’ve been a lot different if we had have got the four points, but all in all, I’m happy to be back and I’m loving footy again,” he told Melbourne TV.

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Spencer to miss six to seven weeks

RUCKMAN Jake Spencer will miss the next six to seven weeks, after he suffered an AC joint injury during Monday night’s ANZAC Day Eve clash against Richmond at the MCG.

Spencer, who is set to see a surgeon on Wednesday, was one of three Melbourne players, including Tim Smith and Christian Petracca, to suffer injuries in its 13-point loss.

It has been revealed that Smith, who copped a knee to his chest during the first half against the Tigers, has a fractured rib and punctured lung. At this stage, it remains unclear how long Smith will be sidelined.

General manager of football operations Josh Mahoney said Spencer was set to have surgery, but Smith would be monitored before a timeframe was placed on his return.

“Jake received a knock to his AC joint early in the game last night and was ruled out prior to half-time. He had scans today (Tuesday), which showed damage to the AC joint. He...


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Round 4
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 24 April (7:50 pm) Richmond 6.15 (51) def. by Melbourne 12.11 (83) MCG (crowd: 58,175)
Saturday, 25 April (1:10 pm) St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 18.13 (121) Westpac Stadium (crowd: 12,125)
Saturday, 25 April (2:40 pm) Essendon 6.13 (49) def. by Collingwood 9.15 (69) MCG (crowd: 88,395)
Saturday, 25 April (5:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.23 (119) def. Gold Coast 7.11 (53) StarTrack Oval (crowd: 6,917)
Saturday, 25 April (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 15.9 (99) def. Hawthorn 13.13 (91) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,831)
Saturday, 25 April (6:45 pm) Fremantle 11.8 (74) def. Sydney 8.12 (60) Domain Stadium (crowd: 39,009)
Sunday, 26 April (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 9.11 (65) def. by West Coast 17.16 (118) Gabba (crowd: 16,632)
Sunday, 26 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 9.13 (67) def. by North Melbourne 12.11 (83) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 23,452)
Sunday, 26 April (4:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 18.17 (125) def. Adelaide 10.8 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 19,915)

Round 5
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 1 May (7:50 pm) Carlton 6.9 (45) def. by Collingwood 18.12 (120) MCG (crowd: 71,759)
Saturday, 2 May (1:45 pm) Richmond 11.10 (76) def. by Geelong 12.13 (85) MCG (crowd: 45,228)
Saturday, 2 May (2:10 pm) Sydney 10.13 (73) def. by Western Bulldogs 11.11 (77) SCG (crowd: 25,541)
Saturday, 2 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 18.10 (118) def. Brisbane Lions 7.12 (54) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 2 May (7:20 pm) North Melbourne 10.10 (70) def. by Hawthorn 19.16 (130) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,077)
Saturday, 2 May (5:40 pm) West Coast 18.12 (120) def. Greater Western Sydney 4.9 (33) Domain Stadium (crowd: 34,554)
Sunday, 3 May (1:10 pm) Melbourne 6.14 (50) def. by Fremantle 18.10 (118) MCG (crowd: 22,892)
Sunday, 3 May (3:20 pm) St Kilda 11.14 (80) def. by Essendon 11.16 (82) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,869)
Sunday, 3 May (4:10 pm) Adelaide 13.13 (91) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,617)

Round 6
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 8 May (7:50 pm) Collingwood 8.11 (59) def. by Geelong 15.10 (100) MCG (crowd: 52,152)
Saturday, 9 May (1:45 pm) North Melbourne 16.13 (109) def. Richmond 10.14 (74) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 17,544)
Saturday, 9 May (2:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 13.9 (87) def. by St Kilda 14.10 (94) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,619)
Saturday, 9 May (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Hawthorn 14.14 (98) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 13,556)
Saturday, 9 May (5:10 pm) Gold Coast 11.12 (78) def. by Adelaide 18.11 (119) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 9 May (7:20 pm) Melbourne 7.8 (50) def. by Sydney 12.16 (88) MCG (crowd: 26,894)
Saturday, 9 May (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Essendon 7.10 (52) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,535)
Sunday, 10 May (3:20 pm) Carlton 11.9 (75) def. by Brisbane Lions 12.12 (84) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 20,273)
Sunday, 10 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 10.8 (68) def. by West Coast 11.12 (78) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 37,635)
  • The attendance of 17,544 at Blundstone Arena set a new record for the largest sports crowd at the ground.[18]
  • St Kilda defeated Western Bulldogs after trailing 55 points early in the third quarter. It was the equal-fifth largest successful comeback in VFL/AFL history[19] and equalled the club's greatest ever comeback.[20]

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