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Adam Goodes the ultimate footballer, says Andrew McLeod

Andrew McLeod says Adam Goodes is the "ultimate footballer" and easily could play next year.

Goodes set a new record in the match against the West Coast Eagles last Sunday playing 341 AFL games, the highest of any Indigenous footballer and passing the record previously held by Andrew McLeod.

"I couldn't think of a better bloke to take the record off me. I'm not too worried about losing the record because they're there to be broken," McLeod said

Goodes' contract with the Swans expires at the end of this year. He will...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 19:21

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Mills relieved after new NBA deal

patty mills  familyPatty Mills knew there were many better ways of going into NBA free agency than with his right arm in a sling.

So the new bumper three year deal with the San Antonio Spurs was a big relief for the Australian basketball star.

Mills returned to Australia last week, a month after he and compatriot Aron Baynes helped the Spurs win the NBA title.

It has been a massive time...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 09:03

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