It's Preliminary Final week, so Barkly Street has called in the big guns - a man who knows what it's like to own the big stage in a huge final. Bob and Woody welcome 'Dicko' on zoom to chat about his memories of that win over GWS, including his negating role on Heath Shaw and Easton's outrageous high-flying grab.
Barkly Street has embarked on the great Bulldog haircut hunt. With the emergence of the mullet over the last few years, worn expertly by the likes of Bailey Smith and Aaron Naughton, Bob and Woody begin a quest to narrow down the most iconic hairstyles worn by a Bulldogs player (or staff member).
The Barkly Street podcast crew has emerged from lockdown with a bang, bringing a comedic expert along with them to lighten the mood of all Bulldogs fans. Despite the fact that he's a rusted-on Geelong fan, Bob and Woody had the pleasure of welcoming professional comedian Dave Thornton as a special guest this week.
What is the most iconic Western Bulldogs goal of the AFL era? There's plenty to choose from, so Bob and Woody do their best to narrow down the top four candidates on this week's episode of the Barkly Street podcast.
On our second episode of Glory Days season 2, Bob sat down with former Bulldog player and current coach Rohan Smith to take a look back at when he was drafted and his 300 game career at the Western Bulldogs
Glory Days | How Many Times Did Ben Hudson Retire?
Listen here for the full episode:https://audioboom.com/posts/7057997-glory-days-ben-hudson On this episode of Glory Days, Bob speaks with special guest Ben Hudson about how many times he retired from the AFL
Watch a teaser from the new Western Bulldogs podcast, Glory Days. Bob Murphy talks former players who have been traded to the Bulldogs during their playing career. On this weeks episode Bob speaks to special guest Simon Minton-Connell
When Dunks wasn't picked as a father/son in the draft
Josh Dunkley talks about not being picked as part of the father son rule in the AFL draft, during episode 21 of the official Western Bulldogs podcast 'Freedom in a Cage' with Bob Murphy and Chris Anstey.
Western Bulldogs acknowledge that we work, train and play on the traditional lands of the Kulin Nation. We offer our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.