Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe is expecting his club will land Geelong speedster Jordan Clark in the trade period and hopes for some local tall forwards in the draft.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe is content with his ‘easy’ decision to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery despite the Dockers mounting a finals push in his absence.
The Swans sucked the spirit and finals hopes out of Fremantle on a bleak afternoon, and the club should now accept its fate this season.
Pavlich: “I think as long as they are a chance to make the finals, and clearly they are with five games to go, I think just keep pushing ahead.”
It might have been Nat Fyfe’s day, but he wouldn’t have begrudged David Mundy doing the honours as Fremantle brought up a rare and cherished century.
Nat Fyfe is a self-described introvert who lives his life as one of the highest-profile faces in the State. And now he reaches an important milestone more than a decade in the making.
The West Australian’s chief football writer Mark Duffield looks at Nat Fyfe’s incredible career and why he’s one of the five best players in the Dockers’ history.
If a young Nat Fyfe had his way, the Fremantle captain would be a Richmond three-time premiership player taking to the MCG most weeks in front of more than 90,000 fans.
Can you compare Nat Fyfe and Dustin Martin? The difference can be split in expectations as Fyfe prepares to play his 200th game.
Ahead of Fremantle superstar Nat Fyfe’s 200th game on Saturday, The West Australian’s AFL statistical expert The Economist Ryan Buckland takes a look at the dual Brownlow medallists’ career by the numbers.
New AFL Rich List figures show why West Coast are kings of the big game. Plus: Where does Nat Fyfe rank in the top 5? See the full 50-1 highest paid players.
Jay Clark, Jon Ralph and Glenn McFarlane
The Fremantle Dockers trained at Marvel Stadium on Wednesday after fleeing Perth. Senior coach Justin Longmuir discussed the importance of the season-defining road trip. SEE THE PICTURES.
When you’re knocked out of finals the temptation is to wave the white flag, but Fremantle have one very big and talented reason to do anything but, writes Kane Cornes.
Next season is more important than 2021 for Nat Fyfe, so experts want him to sit out the year following his shoulder injury.
Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir said the Dockers would continue to investigate Nat Fyfe’s accuracy in front of goal as his season tally mounted to 2.15 on the weekend.
Fremantle had already handed Brisbane home ground advantage, but they couldn’t afford to hand them such a big start as they sunk to defeat today at the Gabba.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe has FINALLY ended his long-standing goal-kicking drought – only to snap two behinds within a minute of breaking it.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe admitted the Dockers ‘still have a fair way to go’ in squaring the derby ledger after a brutal 59-point loss to West Coast on Sunday.
Fremantle will sweat on the results of scans before determining Brennan Cox’s availability for next Sunday’s western derby, but remain optimistic his injury isn’t too bad.
Fremantle must make a statement today at Adelaide Oval. This experienced quartet needs to become output. There is no more time. There are no more chances, writes Michael Barlow.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe has backed the AFL’s mandatory 12-day concussion break, but shares St Kilda great Nick Riewoldt’s apprehension about players being forced to miss a grand final.
Fremantle can beat Carlton without Nat Fyfe, but the biggest question raised by his absence is who will captain the club next. Paul Hasleby names his three options going forward.
AFL concussion campaigner Peter Jess has urged Nat Fyfe to undergo a specialised brain scan to determine if he has suffered long-term damage from repeated blows to the head.
David Mundy has wound back the clock with a best afield display in Fremantle’s 31-point win over Greater Western Sydney, but Dockers skipper Nat Fyfe was subbed off with a suspected concussion.
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