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AFL Trades & Rumours

All the big player moves from the Australian Football League
Last updated @ 01 October 12:58PM

CONFIRMED

01 OCT

SUNS

Guy McKenna has been sacked as coach of the Gold Coast Suns

RUMOUR

01 OCT

SUNS

Mark Thompson admits he has been told the Suns are coming in for him to coach the club

CONFIRMED

01 OCT

KANGAROOS

Michael Firrito signs a new one-year deal with North Melbourne

RUMOUR

01 OCT

DEMONS

Melbourne wants to trade for Brisbane's Daniel Merrett and GWS youngster Sam Frost

CONFIRMED

01 OCT

SAINTS

Billy Longer and Tom Lee sign two-year deals to remain with St Kilda while Cameron Shenton is off the rookie list with a new one-year contract

CONFIRMED

01 OCT

MAGPIES

Jack Frost signs a new two-year deal with Collingwood

RUMOUR

01 OCT

KANGAROOS

Despite attracting reported interest from Richmond, out-of-contract North Melbourne midfielder Levi Greenwood is set to sign a new contract to remain at Arden St

RUMOUR

01 OCT

SUNS

Young ruckman Daniel Gorringe wants a trade back home to South Australia, nominating Port Adelaide as his preferred destination despite the Power's interest in Paddy Ryder

RUMOUR

01 OCT

BULLDOGS

Shaun Higgins wants to move to North Melbourne and Jason Tutt looks set to depart Whitten Oval for another Victorian club

RUMOUR

01 OCT

DEMONS

Mitch Clark has chosen Geelong over Collingwood as his preferred destination to reboot his AFL career

RUMOUR

01 OCT

CROWS

Brendon Bolton will meet with Adelaide officials to interview for their vacant senior coaching position

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