Use this content Brian Lake of Hawthorn runs with the ball, during the Round 14 AFL match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the Collingwood Magpies at the MCG in Melbourne, Saturday, June 21, 2014. IT'S ironic Brian Lake has had two different identities during his AFL career, the other being Brian Harris. The enigmatic key defender, who reverted to using his father's surname in 2008, has become renowned for his both his 'footy smarts' and, let's say, 'footy stupids' since he was first drafted by the Western Bulldogs from South Australia in 2001. Good Brian is a likable character who has been among the best tall defenders over the last decade, earning All-Australian jumpers in 2009 and 2010 with the Dogs, before crossing to Hawthorn and winning a premiership and a Norm Smith Medal. Good Brian can also be a successful stopper, and once kept St Kilda behemoth and two-time Coleman Medallist Fraser Gehrig possessionless during a match in 2007, before going on to win a club best-and-fairest that year. Bad Brian has earned a reputation as suffering what non-medical experts call 'brain fades', and been a source of frustration for coaches, teammates, fans … and probably Good Brian. Bad Brian can be lazy out on the field and regularly found himself on the receiving end of a 'rocket' from former Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade, who remarked after a game against Hawthorn in 2010: "I thought he was playing for them with the way he kicked the ball back to them".
Fremantle's Michael Walters in last year's premiership decider, and the four for the ugly incident involving North's Drew Petrie last Friday night.
Good Brian had argued at the tribunal on Tuesday night that Bad Brian was not actually trying to choke the Kangaroos forward during their now infamous wrestle on the wing at the MCG, but merely trying to grab at the 'V' of his jumper. Petrie certainly showed no ill-effects from the incident, the big fella taking a magnificent pack mark in the goalsquare moments later before slotting one of his five match-winning goals.
But, described by one of Lake's former Bulldogs teammates Rob Murphy as "graphic", the 'wrestle' was not a good look for the game, and while four weeks may have been one too harsh, Bad Brian deserved to be punished. It's just unfortunate for the Hawks, they will now be left without Good Brian for a month - he would have come in handy against Adelaide tonight and Sydney in a fortnight.
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Use this content EVER THE INNOVATOR: Melbourne coach Paul Roos is an ideas man. MELBOURNE coach Paul Roos says the study of meditation and its ability to create the complete athlete will lead the next generation of sports science. Roos spoke at length about the positives of meditation during his talk at the Alexandra Headland surf club yesterday for a Maroochydore Australian Football Club-arranged lunch. The AFL premiership-winning coach (with the Swans), on the Coast with his squad for a pre-season training camp at Maroochydore, said exploring the benefits of a healthy mind was the next logical step in helping to create the complete athlete.

The Melbourne Football Club has taken some serious steps towards meeting Roos' philosophy and now monitor its players' sleep patterns. Roos said the area of performance that had been left behind was the mind and the brain, and clearing the head to be as focused as possible. On the issue of player punishment - at a time when some clubs showed lenience depending on an offender's standing within a team, Roos said his "no dickhead policy had been the fabric of every team he had coached. Top Stories Girl, 15, had sex to ‘fit in’ with friends A TEENAGER has avoided a prison sentence after he was charged with having sex with a 15-year-old he met on Tinder. Comment Commercial Property March 30 edition Check out the latest commercial real estate opportunities Is NZ just part of the Aussie housing market? Use this content Aaron Edwards marks the ball during a Richmond Tigers AFL training session at ME Bank Centre on May 2, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. FORMER West Coast and North Melbourne forward Aaron Edwards will become the seventh new face to line up for Richmond in season 2013 when he plays against West Coast at Patersons Stadium tonight. The Tigers have become the competiton's new foreign legion this season, having already unveiled Ricky Petterd (from Melbourne), Chris Knights (Crows), Sam Lonergan (Essendon), Orren Stephenson (Geelong), Troy Chaplin (Port) and youngster Nick Vlastuin. Edwards has been in outstanding form at VFL level with Coburg, kicking 20 goals in five games. He replaces Luke McGuane who kicked 11 goals in the first five AFL rounds but has dropped away since, managing just three in the past four weeks. West Coast coach John Worsfold has named the same 22 that beat GWS by 100 points last weekend, although Andrew Embley, Adam Selwood and Patrick McGinnity have been included on an extended bench. Top Stories Unique Mexican theme delights TOOWOOMBA renters have snapped up a Mexican-themed house in Torrington just in time to break out the ponchos as the weather cools down. Stunning timeless, federation style brick home on 4000m2 range block, offering magic views of the Lockyer Valley. Nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac this beautiful home with its country feel has loads of appeal. Situated on 1555m2 this magnificent 4 bedroom home has ample space for the shed or the pool.
This is an immaculately presented home on a 857m2 allotment is located close to all amenities including the CBD and St Andrews Hospital. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has identified left-back as an area he wants to strengthen amid speculation he is set to secure a deal for Valencia's Aly Cissokho.

Reports in Spain suggest an agreement is close to sign the 25-year-old on a season-long loan with a view to making the move permanent next summer. Liverpool are currently preparing for the middle game of their pre-season tour to Asia and Australia as they face Melbourne Victory on Wednesday. However, Rodgers admits he does want to bring in competition for Jose Enrique as he seeks to bolster an area he had difficulties with last season. With Enrique out of favour 12 months ago Rodgers began the campaign by switching Glen Johnson to the opposite flank and blooding youngster Andre Wisdom, although the Spaniard eventually regained his place and enjoyed a good second half of the season. The arrival of Simon Mignolet from Sunderland in a £9million deal immediately placed the Spain international's future in doubt and, after an approach from the Italian club, Reina's presence on the pre-season tour - which he was supposed to join last weekend - was excused. Striker Luis Suarez is set to play a part in that match after he flew to Melbourne yesterday on his return from extended leave after international duty with Uruguay at the Confederations Cup. During the competition the 26-year-old intimated he wanted to leave Anfield - although no formal transfer request has been made - and the Reds have already turned down a £30million bid from Arsenal. And although Rodgers said the player was worth far more than that he stressed that should not be interpreted as saying they were prepared to sell.
Rodgers plans further talks with the striker over the coming weeks, having been in regular contact over the summer, as Liverpool's tour heads to Thailand before returning to Anfield for Steven Gerrard's testimonial and then taking in games against Valerenga in Norway and Celtic in Dublin. News12th Apr 2016 5:30 AMComment Community alert for measles Community alert for measles Authority approves farm use of drones Authority approves farm use of drones Little Lyme sufferer fighting with a smile Little Lyme sufferer fighting with a smile Latest deals and offers Community What's On Partner's sacrifice for Miriam's new kidney AFTER three years waiting for a new kidney, Miriam Tasker has been told she will go into hospital on June 16. Unauthorised reproduction is prohibited under the laws of Australia and by international treaty. News Asbestos removal leads to holiday hell Workplace investigators close down Caloundra renovation site Data reveals how much kids are costing us Sunshine Coast kids most spoilt in state. He's obviously an integral part of the group - you could see his closeness with his team-mates last night when they were all seeing him for the first time in a number of weeks.

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