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Real Footy podcast: ‘Sometimes when there’s smoke, there’s fire’

Will the Cats have an advantage with their home games in the revamped fixture played in Geelong? Did the AFLPA do enough for the players around the Crows’ infamous pre-season camp? What is Joel Selwood like as a leader?

From his stance on shorter quarters to how he felt about missing out on selection in round one, Josh Jenkins joins Michael Gleeson, Jake Niall and Caroline Wilson for a wide-ranging chat about football on and off the field.

Jenkins also discusses fellow Geelong recruit Jack Steven and what it was like for them to join a new club at the same time. How the Cats can best help their teammate as he returns to the team?

Plus, the case against making Gary Ablett snr a Legend in the Australian Football Hall of Fame, how AFLPA president Patrick Dangerfield has been perceived in recent months and what the AFL could borrow from the NFL.

Footy might be on hold, but this podcast is not. Make sure you subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to get every episode as it drops.

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