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Essendon Football Club
Adrian Dodoro shares untold draft and trade stories and insights from his 22 years of leading the Essendon Football Club's recruiting team.
May 22, 2020
Members' questions: Setting the record straight
Adrian Dodoro answers Essendon members’ questions about the past, present and future in a must-listen episode.
May 14, 2020
2015/16: A rollercoaster period (ft. James Kelly)
Adrian Dodoro discusses the highs and lows of a two-year period for Essendon that included WADA-imposed suspensions, top-up players and a bumper draft, with unsung hero James Kelly a special guest.
May 4, 2020
2017 trade period: A reborn Essendon (ft. Devon Smith)
How did the Bombers orchestrate arguably their most successful trade period in history? Adrian Dodoro is joined by special guest Devon Smith to lift the lid.
Apr 27, 2020
2016 draft: Essendon's first No.1 pick in history
Adrian Dodoro shares insights into the Bombers' first-ever draft with pick No.1, why the club wanted the spotlight and what made Andrew McGrath the dux of a talented, hard-to-split class.
Apr 20, 2020
Damien Peverill: From VFL reject to AFL sensation
One of his 'favourite stories of all time', Adrian Dodoro details the journey of Damien Peverill, who overcame constant rejection to become one of Essendon's unsung heroes in the 2000s.
Apr 14, 2020
The Jobe Watson story
From 'uncoordinated baby giraffe' to Essendon great. Adrian Dodoro shares untold stories of Jobe Watson, from his early struggles to his sensational rise and exemplary leadership during the Bombers' most turbulent period in their history.
Apr 9, 2020
Dean Rioli: Dodoro's unique first selection
Adrian Dodoro goes back to where it all began in his recruiting career at Essendon, sharing insights on the recruitment of club great Dean Rioli and Kevin Sheedy's remarkable influence.
Apr 2, 2020
The sanctions: How Essendon salvaged 2013 draft
In the first episode of Dodcast, Adrian Dodoro details the unprecedented challenges surrounding the 2013 draft and how the Bombers overcame them to land four players in their best 22.