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FOOTY CLASSIFIED live on 9GEM tonight

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Tonight LIVE at 8.30pm on GEM and 9Now Eddie McGuire, Caroline Wilson, Ross Lyon and Matthew Lloyd deliver footy’s best breaking news and analysis.

They will have the latest on the Victorian teams set to base themselves in Western Australia plus the fallout from Conor McKenna’s positive and subsequent negative tests for COVID-19.

Also, Ross Lyon and Matthew Lloyd put rookie coaches under the microscope and reveal what the Blues must do this week to beat the Bombers.

Plus the regular segments Eddie’s Editorial, Caro’s Final Five and You’re Quite Brilliant.

Footy Classified will encore at 11.00pm on Nine.

FOOTY CLASSIFIED LIVE8.30PM TONIGHT ON GEM & 9NOW THEN 11.00PM ON NINE

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