WHO STARTED the three-quarter time huddle by the fans?

It's a point of contention among the AFL Exchange crew this week, as the guys look at which coach was the first to lead his players to the boundary line as a form of inspiration.

Passionate former Port Adelaide coach Mark Williams was a leading exponent of taking his players to hear the support from their fans, but Collingwood coach Tony Shaw and Richmond coach Jeff Gieschen may have inspired the trend throughout the late 1990s.

Join Cal Twomey, Mitch Cleary and Riley Beveridge as the boys discuss how different football will look after COVID-19 and analyse how that will impact each part of the game.

Plus, they also chat about the links between the Adelaide training incident and its history of cultural problems, the most underrated commentary moments and more.

Episode guide

1.40 – Are there bigger issues at play for the Crows?

7.20 – What different trends can we expect during this year's trade period?

15.45 – A premiership captain joins the show to discuss what's in Balmey's back pack.

18.05 – What's the most underrated piece of footy commentary?

30.05 – The boys share their 'roses are red' themed banners.

32.20 – Who started the three-quarter time huddle on the boundary? 

35.50 – What happened to the Competition Committee?

38.00 – Which current and former player would you want a photo with?