Sunday Footy Show: June 7

Nine’s Sunday Footy Show is returning to its 10.00am timeslot with a brand new set tomorrow.

Tony Jones leads the panel with Billy Brownless, Matthew Lloyd, Nathan Brown, Kane Cornes and Damian Barrett.

Joining the panel is legendary coach Denis Pagan, who enters TJ’s Time Capsule as this week’s special guest. The two-time premiership coach with North Melbourne will take a look back at the 1996 Grand Final.

Melbourne young gun and barbecue onion enthusiast Angus Brayshaw will appear live to tell us about the Demons’ training program in iso and how they are preparing for their Round 2 clash with Carlton.

Lloydy’s Deep Dive will once again explore what would have been in the Round 12 match-ups, including Adelaide v Western Bulldogs. In 2015, these two sides faced off in the Elimination Final that led to the relationship breakdown of Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge and Damo. Also, for North Melbourne v Richmond, we remember what happened in 2003 when Jason McCartney made a heroic return to the AFL – only to announce his retirement straight after his first game back. TJ, who was closely involved, will revisit this emotional moment.

Billy’s List reveals the greatest haircut of all time – can Warwick Capper go back-to-back after winning last week’s poll? And with the induction of West Coast Eagles rookie pick Dean Cox into the AFL Hall of Fame during the week, the panellists will nominate who they believe to be the greatest ever rookie selection and throw it open for another audience poll.

Browny’s Quiz returns with Sportsbet giving home viewers the chance to win $500 every week.

And three of the AFL’s best analysers – Lloyd, Brown and Cornes – will preview the big matches coming up in Round 2.

Plus, Vol-Kane-O and What Caught My Eye.

10.00am Sunday on Nine (Melbourne / Adelaide / Perth)
12pm 9GEM in Sydney & Brisbane.

7 Comments:

  1. And for once, Regional Australia is the winner. Sports Sunday, into the NRL Foory Show into Sunday League. Non stop sport from midday until 6pm with only 1 channel change. If only it were all in HD. Oh well, one day…

    • Oops, my comment is very NRL focussed. Of course you have the AFL footy show from 10am if that is your thing. Still only 1 channel change…

  2. Does this mean that Sports Sunday gets a delayed telecast in the “AFL States”? As it aits airs at 10am in Sydney and in Brisbame.

    • As i remember for years Sports Sunday has always been on after The Sunday Footy Show in WA. SS is probably on 9now before it’s on tv in the AFL states anyway.

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