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MELBOURNE great Gerard Healy doesn’t believe a priority pick can immediately turn the Demons around. RE-LIVE THE CHAT HERE

THE richest NFL organisation has been valued at over $US3.2 billion. But which team is it?

JUST days after retiring She’s A Stalker, Angela Davies begins the search to find that next quality racehorse when she makes the trek to Taree on Friday.

THE Sharks have confirmed Paul Gallen won’t play this weekend - or for the rest of the NRL season - if he takes ASADA’s plea deal.

MANLY star Glenn Stewart is poised for an emotional Brookvale Oval farewell next week in the Sea Eagles’ final home game of the year.

PLENTY of sports people overcome adversity to reach the top. But few like NFL player Jon Dorenbos. His survival story after tragedy is truly extraordinary. WATCH HERE

FOUR debutants, some fresh faces, recalls and A-League players: Ange Postecoglou’s mission remains clear as he begins building for the Asian Cup.

FIRST he took down Johnathan Thurston, now for Cooper Cronk and an Origin return. Brandy’s Breakdown explains Jamie Soward’s return to the elite.

BRAD Wing has one shot, one opportunity, to seize everything he’s ever wanted. Will he capture it, or let it slip? Tomorrow we’ll find out.

WE all know that Rugby league is the toughest game of them all but who is the toughest player in the game? Have your say in our fans survey!

FOOTY’S best modern-day rivalry is reignited on Saturday night when the Hawks and the Cats meet in a pre-finals showdown at the ‘G. But will the result mean anything? LIVE CHAT NOW

RETIRING Brisbane veteran Ash McGrath conceded the writing was on the wall all year as the game gathered pace and passed him by.

SUSPENDED North Melbourne veteran Brent Harvey will fly to Hobart on Friday and remain heavily involved in the Kangaroos’ September preparation.

JAMES Hird’s meeting with Essendon players at a South Melbourne restaurant prompted Glenn’s 10 to look back at some of footy’s other secret meetings.

ADELAIDE is banking on the big-occasion experience of Scott Thompson as the Crows champion returns to the side for their finals-shaping match in Hobart on Saturday.

FORMER Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett says the time has come for Eddie McGuire to stand down as Collingwood president.

WESTERN BULLDOGS coach Brendan McCartney has leapt to the defence of tagger Liam Picken, praising his negating role on North Melbourne veteran Brent Harvey.

RICHMOND midfielder Anthony Miles’ outstanding season has been rewarded with a two-year contract extension.

AFTER a big weekend of injuries, we look at how every club is travelling ahead of the penultimate weekend. CHECK YOUR CLUB HERE

COLLINGWOOD’s Tony Armstrong ran the equivalent of a half marathon, and then some, in his remarkable two-game effort on the weekend.

VETERAN spinner Brad Hogg is confident his 43-year-old body can hold up for another Big Bash League season after re-signing with Perth.

THE most open race for a spot in Australia’s XI for next year’s Ashes is at wicketkeeper, with a host of rising stars putting pressure on Brad Haddin.

THE Sydney Thunder have taken the first step towards playing permanently at Spotless Stadium after announcing an official partnership with the GWS Giants.

THE Poms were sent home with their tails between their legs last summer, yet they’re already predicting a complete reversal in the next Ashes series.

FORMER captain Ravi Shastri has been appointed India’s team director, in a sign Duncan Fletcher may not be the coach when the Indians visit Australia.

SHANE Watson faces an almighty battle to hang onto the Test all-rounder’s spot by the time the Ashes roll around next year. Vote in our poll!

LESS than five months after Morne Morkel cracked Michael Clarke’s shoulder during a bouncer barrage, the pair will resume hostilities in Zimbabwe.

SOUTH Africa beat Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the second one-day international to clinch the three-match series.

THERE is no such thing as a low key match when you’re playing for Australia and the Zimbabwe tour is no exception, writes Michael Clarke.

SIR Ian Botham has penned a column in the UK’s Daily Mirror denying responsibility for an explicit photo sent from his Twitter account.

ADAM Scott will contest the Australian Open in November and try to expunge the memory of letting slip victory to Rory McIlroy last year.

RORY McIlroy can now add beating Jimmy Fallon and Tiger Woods in a game of ‘Facebreakers’ to his resume of achievements. Top form, Rory.

MARC Leishman will begin the US PGA Tour’s season-ending playoff series without regular caddie Matt Kelly, after a friend’s tragic surfing death.

JASON Day has labelled the FedEx Cup golf’s grand final and has set his sights on being the first Australian to win the season-long points race.

JASON Day hopes a charge to a US PGA Tour FedEx Cup title can add some gloss to a rollercoaster season.

AMERICAN golfer Matt Kuchar missed the PGA Championship when he injured his back while sitting in traffic after shopping for a Slip‘n Slide.

JASON Day will join world No. 1 and defending champion Rory McIlroy in a star-studded field for this year’s Australian Open in Sydney.

COLOMBIA’S Camilo Villegas fired a seven-under par 63 to win the Wyndham Championship, claiming his first PGA Tour title since 2010.

VETERAN Robert Allenby is celebrating a very lucky break after saving his US PGA Tour card by scraping into the rich playoff series in last spot.

A 15-year quest to win his first big tournament produced a superb $193,000 payday in Fiji for Gold Coast-based battler Steven Jeffress.

VIDEO: LEWIS Hamilton scares a comedian, a 32-year-old gets a drive, and the Ice Bucket Challenge hits F1. Welcome to Paddock Chat!

STRANGE as it may seem, we go to Sydney Motorsport Park this weekend with a bunch of unknowns, writes Craig Lowndes.

LEE Holdsworth has backed Erebus Motorsport to become a V8 Supercar powerhouse after knocking back rich offers from rival teams to continue his Mercedes mission.

IF you thought waving the checkered flag at a car race was an easy gig, think again. This official found out the hard way.

BLACK is the new yellow for Michael Caruso, whose Nissan will roll out with a new livery when the V8s hit Sydney this weekend.

LEWIS Hamilton has likened his tussle for this season’s Formula One title with Mercedes colleague Nico Rosberg to a game of poker.

WESTERN Sydney warriors James Courtney and Mark Winterbottom are gunning for Jamie Whincup at Eastern Creek this weekend.

AT just 16 years old, Max Verstappen would only be on his L-plates driving on Australian roads. So how does he qualify to drive an F1 car?

MAX Verstappen will become the youngest ever driver in F1 history after Toro Rosso announced that the 16-year-old will join the team.

AUSSIE WRAP: WE’LL have just one Australian in Moto3 for the rest of 2014, Mahindra dumping Arthur Sissis after the Czech Republic GP.

THE Sharks have confirmed Paul Gallen won’t play this weekend - or for the rest of the NRL season - if he takes ASADA’s plea deal.

MANLY star Glenn Stewart is poised for an emotional Brookvale Oval farewell next week in the Sea Eagles’ final home game of the year.

FIRST he took down Johnathan Thurston, now for Cooper Cronk and an Origin return. Brandy’s Breakdown explains Jamie Soward’s return to the elite.

WE all know that Rugby league is the toughest game of them all but who is the toughest player in the game? Have your say in our fans survey!

WARRIORS Under-20s representative James Bell has been banned by the NRL judiciary for three games after being found guilty of spitting blood.

CRONULLA’S moment of truth will arrive at 9:30 tomorrow morning — the deadline for 17 past and present players to accept a shortened ban from ASADA.

THE NRL has acted to ensure there are no more embarrassing 40/20 controversies with a rule change that clarifies the tap restart after a successful kick.

THE closer Penrith get to securing a top four spot, the more people sit up and take notice of their radical Moneyball-style recruitment policy.

BRAD Thorn and Sonny Bill Williams are both incredible athletes but who deserves the mantle as the greatest code-hopper of all time?

EXCLUSIVE: The Titans have upped the ante in the battle for Karmichael Hunt with the NRL involved in a meeting to lure him back to the code.

ALL Blacks coach Steve Hansen continues to play mind games, saying referee Jaco Peyper admitted to making errors in last week’s Bledisloe draw.

CHRISTIAN Lealiifano and Jesse Mogg are among the big inclusions for the opening round of the NRC. Check out the round-one squads here!

NICK ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins has given his first interview since switching to Japanese rugby — and already the locals are reaching for Google translate.

BRAD Thorn and Sonny Bill Williams are both incredible athletes but who deserves the mantle as the greatest code-hopper of all time?

ANDREW Slack believes the Wallabies finally have the quality to beat the All Blacks in Auckland, 28 years after his side last managed the feat.

NEW Zealand will field an all-new midfield combination as part of three changes to the All Blacks line-up for Saturday’s Rugby Championships test.

JUAN Smith’s fairy tale comeback continues as South Africa recall him after a three-year absence.

EXCLUSIVE: The Titans have upped the ante in the battle for Karmichael Hunt with the NRL involved in a meeting to lure him back to the code.

EVERYTHING you need to know about Australian rugby’s new third-tier competition — the National Rugby Championship, which kicks off this week!

WHEN Wallaby great Tim Horan closes his eyes and thinks of the Eden Park curse, he recalls an aura that hits you long before you lace on your boots.

FOUR debutants, some fresh faces, recalls and A-League players: Ange Postecoglou’s mission remains clear as he begins building for the Asian Cup.

CHAMPIONSHIP round-up: are Blackpool spiralling into terminal decline?; Fulham boss under pressure; Nottingham Forest and Cardiff take over at top.

ALLAN McGregor and James Chester were the surprises of the opening week of EPL fantasy. Who can step up and provide big points in round two?

IS Mario Balotelli on his way to Liverpool? It’s a big Rumour Mill Live, as the Crystal Palace coaching gig gets rocked by a text scandal.

HAVE you heard of Lusail, the Qatar city that will host the 2022 World Cup final? Most people haven’t, because it doesn’t exist.

WHAT do face tattoos, a scantily clad Serbian tennis star and an electric drum kit have in common? They all feature prominently in today’s edition of Paper Talk.

ANGE Postecoglou names four debutants - including 20-year-old left-back Brad Smith, on Liverpool’s books - in a new Socceroos squad.

BRISBANE Roar coach Mike Mulvey hopes his side’s 4-0 victory over the Stirling Lions will be the last of their road games in the inaugural FFA Cup.

MARCOS Rojo was perceived as a weak link before Argentina’s World Cup campaign. He’ll have to prove people wrong again at Manchester United.

MANCHESTER City’s long term continues to look strong as Edin Dzeko joins Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva in committing long term.

AUSTRALIA will pick the brain of Ashleigh Barty as they prepare to take on a team of unknown Russians in the Fed Cup.

ROGER Rasheed believes Australia requalifying for the Davis Cup World Group is crucial to game's resurgence.

AUSTRALIA'S Davis Cup return on clay in France was like a dank misty morning with only glimpses of brilliant sunshine.

AUSTRALIAN tennis is bucking an international trend by having seven men 21 years or younger ranked in the world’s top 250.

THANASI Kokkinakis’ hope of playing at this month’s US Open are still alive with the Australian teen winning his first-round qualifying match.

IN 2011, Sam Stosur smashed Serena Williams to win her maiden grand slam title. Her form has plummeted recently, but in 2014, can she do it again?

TOP-RANKED Novak Djokovic is seeded No. 1 for the US Open and five-time champion Roger Federer is No. 2, meaning they will only collide in the final.

SAMANTHA Stosur has advanced to the second round of the Connecticut Open with a hard-fought victory over Japan’s Kurumi Nara.

LLEYTON Hewitt won the US Open 13 years ago as our No.1 ranked male player. Heading into this year’s Open, he still is. Here’s five reasons Lleyton is a marvel.

RAFAEL Nadal will not defend his title at the US Open because of an injured right wrist.

BRISBANE Roar coach Mike Mulvey hopes his side’s 4-0 victory over the Stirling Lions will be the last of their road games in the inaugural FFA Cup.

Central Coast has avoided an FFA Cup boilover by defeating Premier Leagues NSW side South Coast Wolves in front of bumper crowd inWollongong.

ANTONY Golec scored the lone goal as Western Sydney Wanderers conquered the ACL champions in a pulsating encounter which had a bizarre finish.

IT was the night that Western Sydney Wanderers spectacularly won, and one of the world’s most famous coaches spectacularly lost it.

RE-LIVE the action: Queensland duo Palm Beach Sharks and Brisbane Roar book their places in the last 16 of the FFA Cup on Matchday Four.

BRISBANE Roar has cruised into the FFA Cup round of 16 in style, putting four goals past West Australian side Stirling Lions in Perth.

TONY Popovic has brushed off “speculation” linking him with a return to Crystal Palace, after the exit of Tony Pulis on the eve of the season.

MARCELLO Lippi insists he won’t take his eye off the ball when the expensively assembled Guangzhou Evergrande faces Western Sydney in the ACL quarterfinal.

MARINERS boss Phil Moss will make the latest possible decision on whether to deploy his two new imports in the FFA Cup against South Coast Wolves.

HAVING nearly been lost to England in the off-season, midfielder Luke Brattan has signed a two-year contract extension with Brisbane Roar.

ALLAN McGregor and James Chester were the surprises of the opening week of EPL fantasy. Who can step up and provide big points in round two?

IS Mario Balotelli on his way to Liverpool? It’s a big Rumour Mill Live, as the Crystal Palace coaching gig gets rocked by a text scandal.

WHAT do face tattoos, a scantily clad Serbian tennis star and an electric drum kit have in common? They all feature prominently in today’s edition of Paper Talk.

MARCOS Rojo was perceived as a weak link before Argentina’s World Cup campaign. He’ll have to prove people wrong again at Manchester United.

MANCHESTER City’s long term continues to look strong as Edin Dzeko joins Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva in committing long term.

MANCHESTER United completed the 20 million euro signing of Argentina World Cup defender Marcos Rojo from Sporting Lisbon.

FROM van Gaal’s desperation to Liverpool’s chase for a second striker, we pick 10 signings that need to go ahead before the transfer window closes.

THERE’S sure to be plenty of transfers over the European summer and you can keep track of all the big moves in our Transfer Centre.

WITH their transfer activity curtailed in 2015, could Barcelona go on a major spending spree over the next nine days and bring in the likes of Marco Reus?

CHELSEA goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois wants Petr Cech to remain at the club, having apparently supplanted him as the No.1 at Stamford Bridge.

EVERYTHING you need to know about Australian rugby’s new third-tier competition — the National Rugby Championship, which kicks off this week!

INJURED Wallabies halfback Will Genia could join Top 14 club Stade Francais after next year’s World Cup, French newspaper reports suggest.

THE cowbell. The hammer. The golf clubs. The array of motivational techniques Michael Cheika used to turn the Waratahs around can now be revealed.

FIJIAN star Nemani Nadolo has re-signed with the Crusaders for a further two years in a major boost for the beaten grand finalists.

RICHIE McCaw should not have been penalised for his match-defining play in the Super Rugby final, former referee Jonathan Kaplan says.

BUOYED by the success of Stephen Hoiles’s return, moves are afoot to lure former Wallaby winger Mark Gerrard to the Waratahs next year.

THE kid brother of 122kg Crusaders winger Nemani Nadolo, Chris Kuridrani is hoping to land a full-time Queensland Reds contract.

THE Reds have ditched their “Made In Queensland” tunnel-vision on recruiting to trial burly 116kg Sydney University prop Sam Talakai.

SOME scintillating tries were scored in the 2014 Super Rugby season and we’ve come up with the top 10. Watch the video and vote for your favourite!

OVER 5,000 fans spent their lunch break at Martin Place to pay tribute to the NSW Waratahs, who won their maiden Super Rugby title on Saturday night.

Last year's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand is set to be the second most commercially successful edition of all time, the IRB says.

Former Super Rugby winger James Paterson is named as the player that failed a drugs test at the Rugby World Cup.

New Zealand award Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks coach Graham Henry a knighthood after drought-breaking victory. 

After more than two weeks of voting, you have decided the top sporting moment of 2011. Meet your winner now.

Foxsports.com.au gathers the five moments that defined rugby in the past 12 months and it's up to you to decide which was the biggest.

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw accuses France of "filthy" play over an alleged eye gouge in the Rugby World Cup final.

Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu loses his appeal against a six-month suspended sentence imposed after an angry Twitter rant.

England's rugby turmoil worsens with reports the RFU tried to pay their way out of a World Cup sexual harrassment scandal.

England's RFU launch a probe into who leaked their damning report on the country's ill-fated World Cup campaign.

A confidential report reveals deep divisions within England's World Cup camp over money and Martin Johnson's leadership.