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Collingwood vs Western Bulldogs Game Review

it was a weekend most Collingwood supporters would rather forget. After a build up over the last few weeks with our A grade players coming back we were found wanting against a hard and pressuring Bulldogs. 813 more words


2015 season preview: Collingwood

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Most teams that put together eight wins in the first 11 rounds are on their way to the finals. Indeed, after round 12 of last season, Collingwood was sitting pretty in the top four. 905 more words

2015 Season Preview

NAB Challenge Collingwood vs Carlton

This weekend sees the mighty Magpies play their arch rivals, Carlton. A sold out crowd will be heading to the Bendigo ground to see these two powerhouses of old battle it out for no points… Both lists have major improvements from their previous NAB Challenge teams, Collingwood welcoming back Copeland Trophy winner Scott Pendlebury and Brownlow medalist Dane Swan, as well as Travis Cloke and Jarryd Blair. 513 more words


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