Controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank will be allowed to call witnesses and plead his case directly to the AFL appeals board when he attempts to have his lifetime ban overturned.Dank, the architect of Essendons ill-fated 2012 supplements program, was found guilty of 10 breaches of the AFLs anti-doping code in April last year.He was subsequently banned for life from working in any sport in Australia or overseas by the AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal.The appeals board issued a statement on Friday to clarify Danks rights at the open hearing after a Fairfax Media report stated only written submissions would be allowed.The statement contained in the article that oral submissions (and by inference that oral evidence) would not be allowed at the hearing of Mr Danks appeal is totally incorrect, the statement from board members Peter OCallaghan QC, Murray Kellam AO and Geoff Giudice AO read.All parties shall be entitled to call and rely upon such oral or written evidence as is relevant and make such oral or written submissions as they consider appropriate.Danks appeal will be heard at AFL House on Monday and is expected to go for three days.Thirty-four past and present Essendon players missed the 2016 season after they were banned in January for anti-doping code violations arising from the supplements program Dank oversaw. Discount Stan Smith . And when it opened, every player was at his stall. Thats a sure sign that a team is in a slump and is searching for answers. "Its embarrassing to be at home and play the way we did," said defenceman Josh Gorges. Wholesale Adidas Shoes . Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. http://www.discountstansmith.com/ . LOUIS -- St. Wholesale Stan Smith Online . A forerunning sled crashed into the worker Thursday at the Sanki Sliding Center. The unidentified worker broke both legs and was airlifted to a nearby hospital. Stan Smith China . Schenn scored the game-winning goal and added two assists to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Tuesday. Andrew Johns believes Corey Norman is the heir apparent to the Queensland halves crown currently shared by Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk.Parramatta star Norman has been in dazzling form this season despite all the dramas at the Eels, and led them to another dramatic win over Sydney Roosters on Friday night.With Maroons playmakers Thurston and Cronk close to retirement, Brisbane duo Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford, Daly Cherry-Evans and Moses Mbye have all been put forward as the those competing to be Queenslands next generation of halves.But in talking on Channel Nines Sunday Footy Show, Blues great Johns believes the next Maroons playmaker will be Norman.I think he has gone past a lot of those Queenland halves who are next in line to Cronk and Thhurston, Johns said.ddddddddddddI think his form and with the way he plays if he got to that level and played five-eighth after all those freaks finish, he could slot straight in unfortunately for NSW.Dramas have surrounded the Eels for much of the NRL season, drug possession allegations against Norman and salary cap dramas notwithstanding, but the Eels five-eighth has continued to impress.He must have so much going on when he puts his head on his pillow to sleep. He must be fighting so many demons, so to keep the motivation to get out there and play the way he has shows how truly elite he is, the champion halfback said. ' ' '