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Rodney Eade. (Getty)
Rodney Eade has officially been confirmed as Gold Coast Suns' new coach after an agreement was reached with his former AFL club Collingwood.

A North Melbourne footballer is reportedly under investigation by South Australian police over the robbery of a taxi driver.

Mark Thompson and James Hird (right). (AAP-file)
James Hird is still hopeful Mark Thompson will stay at Essendon despite weeks of not talking.

Tom Boyd. (Getty)
Bulldogs recruit Tom Boyd is putting no timeframe on how long he will take to become a regular player.

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