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Collingwood's Future Is Bright

Four years ago this week the football world was at the feet of the Collingwood Football Club.

The youngest side since Kevin Sheedy’s 1993 baby Bombers to win a Premiership, the talk of a dynasty dominated the off-season. 1,038 more words


One Buddy Good Night

After 26 weeks of AFL football and countless shuffling of the chasing pack, we are left with the two teams that deserve to play on the last Saturday of September. 830 more words


Arrested Development: How a golden era at Collingwood has turned to black

By Jay Croucher

On the brink of halftime in yesterday’s Collingwood vs. Essendon game, with Collingwood losing 49-18 and the biggest game of the season slipping away, Luke Ball took a mark on the right half forward flank 75 metres out from goal.  2,312 more words


Suns host Pies in must win for both clubs

Gold Coast host Collingwood at Metricon Stadium on Saturday afternoon in a game which will go a long way in determining where the two sides sit in the premiership pecking order. 930 more words


Stone Cold Crazy

As published by The Footy Almanac, 2014


Chill winds wafted down the oddly desolate Regent Station platform, permeating my bones. 657 more words

Pigskin Ponderings

Scott Pendlebury and being a sports fan

By Jay Croucher

There are many perks to being a fan of a professional sports team. A feeling of collective identity, the ability to form connections with strangers and just simply having something to look forward to on the weekend are all benefits of fandom. 760 more words


Captains Round 10

Here are the best captain/loop hole options for the last round of byes!


1. Gary Ablett- The man, the myth, the legend. He will always be our number pick for captain in Supercoach so it’s basically just who should we loophole with Ablett when he plays on a Saturday night or Sunday arvo. 343 more words