Posted: 2 May, 2016

Eddie Claims He DID NOT Drop The C-Bomb

Did he or didn't he?


Eddie McGuire says that he didn’t drop the C-Bomb while calling the footy on Saturday night.

Viewers were quick to jump on social media to point out the word PUNT sounded a bit more like the C-BOMB.

On Triple M’s Hot Breakfast this morning Eddie was adamant that he did in fact say PUNT.

“There is a convergence of sound effects, Jonathon Brown was talking as well,” Eddie said on Triple M.

“It does sound like the word but it’s a convergence of things coming together.”

Mick Molloy and Luke Darcy weren’t convinced with Eddie’s excuse.

You be the judge! And vote in our poll below. 

LANGUAGE WARNING (Sort Of...)

Slip Of The Tongue

Did Eddie Drop The C-Bomb?

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Posted: 2 May, 2016

Adam Gotsis & His Mum Join The Hot Breakfast

Adam joins Eddie, Mick and Darce on Triple M.

Melbourne’s Adam Gotsis was drafted in the second round by the reigning Super Bowl champions the Denver Bronos over the weekend.

The Broncos selected the Abbotsford native 63rd overall at the NFL draft in Chicago, making him the highest pick Australia has ever produced.

At 6-foot-5 and 130kg the big fella says he can’t wait to get started.

“I’m playing on the defensive that there has been in that last 20 to 30 years in the NFL,” Adam told Eddie, Mick and Darce on the Hot Breakfast.

“It’s great to have guys around you like Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, Derek Wolfe, guys that have been Super Bowl players now and have had huge impacts in the NFL. There is no reason why we can’t go back there now.”

Adam’s mother Doxy says he moved to the US when he was 18 to begin his football career.

“He was mature enough then for me to feel comfortable enough to say ‘Yep. I feel good, you’re going and I don’t have to worry about you’,” Doxy told the Hot Breakfast.

“So there is not much for me to say. Just make sure he keeps his room clean, his house clean, do the dishes. That sort of stuff,” Doxy joked.

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Tags: Adam Gotsis, NFL, Super Bowl

Posted: 29 April, 2016

Crownbet's Matty Campbell On The Hot Breakfast

Crownbet's Matty Campbell joined The Hot Breakfast to talk about the weekend's footy, rugby and the English Premier League.

Get all the latest odds and best bets for the weekend's sport.

For Crownbet, the game just changed.

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Posted: 28 April, 2016

Montague Street Bridge Bingo

Get your prediction ready.

The Montague Street Bridge continues its merciless domination of Melbourne’s tall vehicles.

The undisputed heavyweight champ managed to claim two victims on Wednesday (April 27) in what is believed to be a record.

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a bridge psychic you can submit your predicted “NEXT HIT” below.

Just enter the DATE and TIME that you think that the bridge will take its next victim.

The winner will receive ultimate bragging rights.

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Tags: Melbourne, Montague Street Bridge

Posted: 28 April, 2016

Footy Commentator Caught With Chainsaw At The MCG

'Bigger than Crime stoppers'

UPDATE:

The MCG chainsaw smuggler has been revealed.

The Hot Breakfast have reported that it was Hamish McLachlan who had a chainsaw removed from his boot on Friday night.

“My wife and I are about to move to a place about an hour away and there are a lot of trees that need a lot of cleaning up,” Hammer told the Hot Breakfast.

“So I spend whatever days I have off on the chainsaw and cleaning stuff up.”

“At the end of the day, I have an inability to sharpen the saw as I would like, so I bring it up to a place off City Road where I get it sharpened.”

“For the last four weekends I’ve driven to the MCG with the chainsaw.”

Hamish then went on to detail how his brother Gil got involved.... 

Listen to the full audio here:

 

EARLIER:

The Hot Breakfast have been on the hunt for the ‘television host’ who had a chainsaw removed from the boot of his car on Friday night.

The Herald Sun published the story in the Whisper section yesterday without naming any names.

Eddie McGuire, Luke Darcy and Mick Molloy have been speculating who the culprit may be.

So far they have been able to eliminate Brian Taylor, Drew Morphett, Wayne Carey, Campbell Brown and Danny Frawley.

 

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Tags: Chainsaw, MCG

Posted: 26 April, 2016

Police Confirm Terrifying Toorak Armed Robbery & Carjacking

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers

A Mercedes on Michael's Facebook page

Melbourne man says he was attacked by a gang while driving along Toorak Rd on Anzac Day morning.

Michael wrote on Facebook that a vehicle hit his car him from behind.

“As I got out of my car to inspect the damage, 5-6 people got out of the car and assaulted me with a baseball bat,” Michael wrote on Facebook.

“They took my car keys, made me unlock & clear my phone. I was hit numerous times with the baseball bat.”

SEE THE FULL FACEBOOK UPDATE BELOW

 

VICTORIA POLICE STATEMENT:

Taskforce Tense detectives are investigating an armed robbery that took place on Toorak Road in Toorak yesterday about 2am. 

A 29-year-old Avondale Heights man has pulled his car over to send a text message and has been struck from behind by another car, possibly a grey Nissan. 

The man got out of his car and was then set upon by six males and struck to the head with a baseball bat. 

They demanded his mobile phone and then stole his Mercedes. 

He was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

The stolen Mercedes is believed to have been involved in an aggravated burglary at an address on Valencia Circuit in Cranbourne about 3.45am. 

It is believed 4-5 males kicked the front door in and stole a number of items before being confronted by one of the occupants, who had armed himself with a baseball bat. 

The males fled the scene in awaiting cars, possibly a white sports car and a grey hatchback. 

The males are perceived to be of African and Islander/Maori appearance. 

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report to www.crimestoppersvic.com.au 

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Posted: 26 April, 2016

Mick Molloy Tees Off On Richmond

“Seven years is enough. I’m calling it. You know what we need? A rebuild”

Passionate Richmond supporter Mick Molloy has had a crack at the Richmond administration following the Tigers disappointing loss to Melbourne.

“Seven years is enough. I’m calling it. You know what we need? A rebuild,” Mick Molloy said on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast.

“Not of the players, we need a rebuild of our football department. Our football department is dysfunctional,” Mick said.

“I’m calling it. Season over. Go Storm”

 

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Tags: Mick Molloy, Richmond Tigers, Richmond

Posted: 26 April, 2016

Melbourne Man Warns Of Gang After Being Attacked On Anzac Day Morning

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A Melbourne man says he was attacked by a gang while driving along Toorak Rd on Anzac Day morning.

Michael wrote on Facebook that a vehicle hit his car him from behind.

“As I got out of my car to inspect the damage, 5-6 people got out of the car and assaulted me with a baseball bat,” Michael wrote on Facebook.

“They took my car keys, made me unlock & clear my phone. I was hit numerous times with the baseball bat.”

Ambulance Victoria have confirmed that a man was taken to hospital just after 2am yesterday.

Triple M’s Hot Breakfast have contacted Victoria Police for comment.

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Tags: Melbourne

Posted: 24 April, 2016

Mick Molloy's Anzac Day Special For Soldier On

Join Mick Molloy as he speaks to brave men and women of the Australian Defence Force.

On April 25, 1915 The Anzac legend was born.

In the 101 years since the men and women of the Australian Defence Force have served our country with distinction and valour.

On Anzac Day we pay tribute to those who have fought in our uniform and in our name.

Join Mick Molloy as he speaks to brave men and women of the Australian Defence Force, and hear their stories of the battlefield. And the stories of the battles they fight upon their return.

LISTEN TO THE MICK MOLLOY'S ANZAC DAY TRIBUTE FOR SOLDIER ON: 

 

ABOUT SOLDIER ON:

Soldier On’s mission is to achieve the best reintegrated generation of serving and ex-serving men and women in Australia’s history. To achieve this, Soldier On supports those who have served by focusing on their physical and mental health, their family, their community, and their future.

For more information or to find out how you can help head to https://www.soldieron.org.au

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Tags: Anzac Day, Soldier On, Mick Molloy, Australian Defence Force

Posted: 22 April, 2016

Who's Your Money On This Weekend? The Crownbet roundup.

Another big round of footy is ahead this weekend and it all culminates with the mammoth Anzac Day clash.

But where is your money going this weekend. Crownbet's Matty Campbell joined the Hot Breakfast this morning.

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Posted: 21 April, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Eddie McGuire Releases Channel 9’s Statement On The 60 Minutes Situation

'We did become part of the story and we shouldn’t have'

After more than a fortnight behind bars in Lebanon, reporter Tara Brown and her 60 Minutes crew are on their way back to Australia.

Eddie McGuire received a statement from Nine Entertainment's chief executive Hugh Marks a short time ago.

The network say they will conduct a full independent review.

“We did become part of the story and we shouldn’t have,” a part of the statement reads. 

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Tags: Eddie McGuire, Triple M, 60 Minutes, Channel 9

Posted: 19 April, 2016

Eddie McGuire Responds To ‘Alastair Clarkson To Collingwood’ Rumours

Clarkson remains the only coach coming out of contract at the end of this season.


Collingwood President Eddie McGuire has responded to rumours that Collingwood could make a play for Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson.

Clarkson remains the only coach coming out of contract at the end of this season.

Age Reporter Caroline Wilson questioned on Footy Classified why Clarkson hasn’t yet signed with the Hawks.

“I find it bizarre that negotiations begun nearly a year ago for a coaching immortal and as we sit here tonight has not had a deal announced,” Wilson said on Channel 9.

“I’m saying until it is announced we cannot help but wonder what might happen at Collingwood,” Wilson said.

Eddie McGuire spoke about the rumours a short time ago on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast.

“Is there any danger that our senior football writers, please, don’t demean the job. Don’t come up with rubbish,” Eddie McGuire said.

“It’s not unusual in a senior position for someone to take over a year to get a contract done. It’s not, because it moves around a bit and all the rest of it.”

“There is a new president down there at Hawthorn. They’ll have it well in hand. Do you think Hawthorn doesn’t know how to do things right? Seriously."

“What do you reckon? Al Clarkson is about to start auctioning himself off? He’ll get the right price at the right place.”

Mick Molloy joked that could mean Nathan Buckley could head to Tigerland.

“Let’s all put our keys in the bowl with coaches!,” Mick said.

 

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Tags: Eddie McGuire, Alastair Clarkson, Caroline Wilson