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Goodwin: We need to be versatile

Essendon senior assistant coach Simon Goodwin expects every player will have their versatility tested as they attempt to find the right balance within the team over the remaining two games of the home and away season.

5:08pm  Aug 20, 2014

Hocking enjoys tagging role

Essendon tagger Heath Hocking is continuing to enjoy the challenge of taking on the best midfielders in the competition each week.

4:50pm  Aug 20, 2014

Heppell under injury cloud

Essendon midfielder Dyson Heppell is expected to miss this week’s game against the Gold Coast after fracturing his hand at training today.

4:43pm  Aug 20, 2014

Coordinated by the Essendon Football Club and Cricket Victoria, GLoBALL enables international students and new migrants to interact with the broader Victorian community through Australian Rules Football and cricket related activities.

GLoBALL is proudly supported by the State Government of Victoria and Red Energy, partnering to promote a sense of belonging, social inclusion and celebrate diversity for newly arrived migrants and students.

GLoBALL provides opportunities for international students and new migrants to interact with EFC members, staff and players.

Founding supporters of GLoBALL are RMIT, The City of Melbourne and the Australian Federation of International Students and the list of supporting organisations keeps growing.

This year, approximately 12,000 new migrants and students from across Victoria were reached through various football and cricket initiatives.

For further information regarding the Essendon Football Club Multicultural Program, please contact Salim Mahazi on (03) 9230 0342 or via email at smahazi@essendonfc.com.au.

For more information, to register as a participant (if you are an international student or new migrant) or to support GLoBALL in other ways (such as by being a GLoBALL Ambassador), go to: www.globall.com.au