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Focus on '14: Matthew Boyd

Dec 21, 2014 - 8:26 PM - by F'scary
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After being limited by injury in 2013, Matthew Boyd was back to his brilliant best in 2014.

The durable midfielder took a step back from his typical inside role in 2014 to allow for the Bulldogs youth to step up, but his influence on the team was just as significant.

PLAYER PROFILE: View Matthew Boyd's player profile and 2014 season statistics.

At 32, Boyd provided maturity and stability in a young Bulldogs side, averaging 26.2 disposals and picked up the third most of any Dog, with 498.

Boyd’s season included a massive 39 disposals... [Read More]
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The Western Bulldogs’ forward thinking

Dec 21, 2014 - 12:30 PM - by Bulldog4life
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You make the boldest and biggest move in your club’s recent history – to overpay a young and supremely talented forward to be the linchpin of your next successful side – so then what?

Well if you are the Western Bulldogs you go to the draft and build around him.

It is hard to know if the Bulldogs’ draft strategy changed with the recruitment of Tom Boyd, but the clear direction in the 2014 draft was to build a forward line of the future with Boyd as the focal point.

The first four picks of the Bulldogs’ draft were taken on medium-sized forwards... [Read More]
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The Bulldogs have appointed the womens team coach for 2015

Dec 19, 2014 - 1:58 PM - by bornadog
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Craig Starcevich has been appointed the Western Bulldogs Womens Team Coach for season 2015.
The former Brisbane Bears and Collingwood player will lead the team in its exhibition games against the Melbourne Football Club.
Currently engaged as AFL Queensland’s Female High Performance Manager, Starcevich enjoyed a 144 game playing career with Brisbane and Collingwood between 1987- 1995,... [Read More]
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Bulldogs coaching panel locked in

Dec 17, 2014 - 12:07 PM - by Axe Man
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Bulldogs coaching panel locked in



The Western Bulldogs have made changes to the coaching structure for 2015, headlined by Chris Maple’s appointment as Head of Development.

After six years as Development Manager and a successful maiden season in the VFL - culminating in a premiership, Chris Maple will... [Read More]
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Dogs' defence in good shape, says Morris

Dec 13, 2014 - 1:52 PM - by Bulldog4life
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VETERAN Dale Morris expects a new generation of Western Bulldogs defenders to emerge quickly after the club's backline was bolstered during the off-season.

He said snaring former Cat Joel Hamling and ex-Swan Shane Biggs and drafting young defenders Zaine Cordy and Roarke Smith has given the back half a much more balanced look heading into 2015.

"We have a good mix now of rebounding defenders, lock down defenders and tall defenders so it is not left up to one person," Morris told AFL.com.au.

Morris was part of an outstanding back six for... [Read More]
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