TALKING FOOTY returns; THE FRONT BAR back soon

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Talking Footy is back to tackle all the big issues ahead of AFL’s return

Now that footy finally has a return date, Seven will broadcast a special edition of the AFL’s leading panel show Talking Footy on Monday night to dissect the unprecedented challenges facing the League, clubs and players as they prepare to get the 2020 season back on track.

From 7.30pm, footy’s best panel of Luke Darcy, Tim Watson and Wayne Carey will have every angle covered when they reunite to discuss what fans can look forward to when play resumes on June 11, along with the specific hurdles each club faces as they get ready to return to the field.

Adelaide captain Rory Sloane and West Coast high-flyer Nic Naitanui will be among the special guests joining the panel, while 7NEWS’ award-winning AFL news-breaker Tom Browne and Jacqui Felgate will have all the latest developments covered.

Talking Footy will be broadcast on 7mate at 7.30pm in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Sydney and Brisbane viewers can catch the special edition on Channel 7 at 12.15am, when an encore will be screened in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

Footy fans everywhere can live-steam the special edition on 7plus from 7.30pm AEST, while they can also keep up to date with all the latest news ahead of the upcoming season on @7AFL.

TV Broadcast times on Seven:

Monday May 18

Talking Footy Special

Melbourne     7.30pm on 7mate; Encore – 12.15am on Channel 7

Sydney            12.15am on Channel 7

Brisbane         12.15am on Channel 7

Adelaide         7.30pm on 7mate; Encore – 12.15am on Channel 7

Perth               7.30pm on 7mate; Encore – 12.15am on Channel 7


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