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Alan Didak, Collingwood Forward
Suspended Didak appeal unsuccessful by biccieFri 15/7, 5:00PM
NEWS: Alan Didak was given one week from his report against Port Adelaide in round 14. Collingwood appealed the decision, it was unsuccessful and Didak will now be suspended for two weeks.  ANALYSIS: Didak has been in good form lately, but needs to settle down a bit and learn to play the ball and not the man - and also to accept decisions made by the umpires during a game.
 
John Barker, Hawthorn Forward
Suspended Barker suspended for twoSat 18/6, 6:43PM
NEWS: John Barker accepted a two match penalty for an incident in round 12 with Brendon Goddard. ANALYSIS: Barker had missed the previous five games with injury. He would be struggling to make any fantasy side for the rest of the year.
 
Fraser Gehrig, St Kilda Forward
Suspended Gehrig suspended for round 7Sun 8/5, 12:59AM
NEWS: Fraser Gehrig missed round 7 after being suspended for one match for a "tummy tap" (i.e. a light punch in the stomach) on Cameron Cloke in round 6. ANALYSIS: Gehrig had just been warming up to some good form. Look for him to continue it in round 8 against the Eagles.
 
Michael Osborne, Hawthorn Forward
Suspended Osborne gets two weeks offSat 16/4, 5:00PM
NEWS: Michael Osborne accepted a two match suspension for an incident involving Adam Schneider in round 1. ANALYSIS: Osborne's numbers are not large enough to attract fantasy attention.
 
Peter Burgoyne, Port Adelaide Back
Suspended 2 week holiday for P. BurgoyneFri 15/4, 5:00PM
NEWS: Peter Burgoyne accepted a two-match suspension for a spear tackle on Fremantle's Josh Carr in round 1. ANALYSIS: Pity, since Burgoyne picked up 25 possessions in that game and looked to be over his preseason injuries.
 
Simon Goodwin, Adelaide Back
Suspended Goodwin to miss round 1Fri 18/3, 8:51PM
NEWS: Simon Goodwin has a week of a suspension from last season to serve. ANALYSIS: He is on the fringes of fantasy consideration in any case, and will probably go undrafted.
 
Ty Zantuck, Essendon Back
Suspended Zantuck sits out round 1Fri 18/3, 1:29AM
NEWS: Ty Zantuck has one week of a two-week suspension to serve from last year. ANALYSIS: A pity, since Essendon could do with the help. Zantuck is not a fantasy star in any case.
 
Troy Cook, Fremantle Midfielder
Suspended Cook burned for 2 matchesFri 18/3, 1:15AM
NEWS: Troy Cook accepted a two match suspension for charging Daniel Cross in a practice match against the Bulldogs, and will miss rounds 1 and 2. ANALYSIS: Cook remains on the fringes of fantasy selection, and will probably go undrafted in most drafts after this news.
 
Michael Wilson, Port Adelaide Back
Suspended Sore Sore Wilson has time to recoverFri 18/3, 12:50AM
NEWS: Michael Wilson will have until at least round 3 to recover from two shoulder reconstructions in the offseason, as he will also serve a suspension from last year's finals. ANALYSIS: Injuryupdate.com.au says Wilson needs "ongoing assessment", which hints at a problem that won't go away. Nevertheless, Wilson's numbers last year demand that he be picked up in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts.
 
Rohan Smith, Western Bulldogs Midfielder
Suspended Rohan Smith gets 1 weekTue 1/3, 11:42PM
NEWS: Rohan Smith won his gamble of taking his striking charge from the Wizard Cup second round to the AFL tribunal by getting the term of his suspension dropped from three to one weeks, meaning he will only miss the next Wizard Cup game. ANALYSIS: After all the hoo-hah in the press, Smith and the Bulldogs have to be happy with this result. Smith will no doubt have some (controlled) aggression to take out on the Magpies in Round 1. He remains a solid lower-round draft pick, given his consistency in only missing three games in the last 10 years.
 
Scott Camporeale, Essendon Midfielder
Suspended Camporeale out for oneSun 27/2, 6:34AM
NEWS: Scott Camporeale will miss the second round of the Wizard Cup due to suspension after accepting a one match ban for an incident in the first round against Essendon. ANALYSIS: Camporeale cops more than his fair share of attention from opposition players, so it's not surprising he gave one back. He is not a dirty player, however, and this should not become a habit.
 
Brett Montgomery, Western Bulldogs Back
Suspended Montgomery rubbed out for oneSun 27/2, 6:31AM
NEWS: Brett Montgomery has accepted a one match suspension for an incident in the Wizard Cup first round match against the Crows. Since the Power won, that missed match will only be a Wizard Cup game, so he will be available for the start of the season. ANALYSIS: Montgomery got off lightly compared to team mate Byron Pickett, but it will be added to his record so if he gets reported again, he will get extra punishment.
 
Byron Pickett, Melbourne Midfielder
Suspended Tribunal hits Pickett for sixSun 27/2, 6:00AM
NEWS: Byron Pickett will miss the first five games of the regular season (six minus one Wizard Cup game) after being convicted of rough conduct by the new look AFL tribunal. Pity, since his game against the Crows was very good, with 16 possessions, four marks and two goals. ANALYSIS: Pickett will have to tread very carefully once he comes back because his record is so bad that if he so much as tickles an opponent in future, he would be out for even longer. Nevertheless, when he is playing, Pickett is a valuable player and should not be overlooked in drafts.
 
Sam Mitchell, West Coast Midfielder
Suspended Mitchell hot, but out for 1Sun 27/2, 3:35AM
NEWS: Sam Mitchell spoiled an otherwise very productive first round Wizard Cup match against St Kilda by getting reported for striking Luke Ball. His 28-possession performance was wasted when he accepted a one match suspension. ANALYSIS: The incident was in no way malicious, so this will not likely become a habit for Mitchell. Despite his absence for round 1, this should not dent any enthusiasm you might have to draft him.
 
Jonathan Brown, Brisbane Forward
Suspended Sore Sore J. Brown fixes kneeSun 20/2, 3:32AM
NEWS: Jonathan Brown has taken the opportunity of his extended layoff from his 2004 grand final suspension to have surgery to repair his knee. He'll have plenty of time to recover in time for his return in round 6. ANALYSIS: Brown's problem is not his body, it's his quick-to-overheat brain. There will be a lot of pressure on him to behave this year, so he may reward higher draft picks, especially around fantasy finals time.