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Clemo Capricorn



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 7:43 am
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FlagPie wrote:
My Mark Knight premiership poster is in the front window and assaults anyone coming up the drive.. my wife said it's like Xmas and you have to take it down in a month and I argued it stays up until someone else wins a flag.. back me up here guys


Ya have it framed like mine and then it will be up forever. Wink

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:15 pm
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I'm watching Hey Hey it's Saturday and Collingwood are premiers.. it's like a 2nd childhood
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:48 pm
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I am watching the 800th Collingwood game I have attended since 1965 - the night we defeated Geelong in August 2010.

What a great night.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:25 am
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I was watching that game the other day, was also watching the Grand Final before the draft. I hope next season to be able to attend my first ever Collingwood game.

The aim is the Nab Cup, sure it's not a big deal but I just want to see the boys play in person at least once. My dad watched a game in Melbourne back in the 1970s, Collingwood playing Geelong, apparently it was a draw (or a Collingwood loss.) because he said that McKenna had marked the ball on the siren and they took it off him.


I went and saw Fitzroy play Essendon and West Coast in Tasmania, would have traded both for a Collingwood game.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:31 am
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The Prototype wrote:
I was watching that game the other day, was also watching the Grand Final before the draft. I hope next season to be able to attend my first ever Collingwood game.

The aim is the Nab Cup, sure it's not a big deal but I just want to see the boys play in person at least once. My dad watched a game in Melbourne back in the 1970s, Collingwood playing Geelong, apparently it was a draw (or a Collingwood loss.) because he said that McKenna had marked the ball on the siren and they took it off him.




That game when McKenna marked on the siren and we lost by a point was against South Melbourne at the Lake Oval on Queens Birthday 1970.

We have been 17 points up at the start of time on and Stevie Hofmann inspired a 3 goal blitz to put the Swans in front by a point.

The siren went just as McKenna marked.

Check with your Dad if he went to the Lake Oval.

Then again apparently I am not a true COllingwood person according to Nowhere Man so take thsi all with a grain of salt ! Laughing

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:38 am
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I reckon he would have, he was over there for a few weeks working there, I also believe he went and saw Collingwood and Geelong, so I may have gotten them mixed up there, sorry, it happens sometimes. But I have watched and listened (during the 1990s we didn't get many live games on TV) every Collingwood game since I can remember.

My first dose of football was in 1985 when I was taken to a local game, being that my family are Collingwood and Glenorchy supporters, it's been nothing but that. Parents said I had the option of either supporting Collingwood, or not supporting football....and I naturally chose supporting the Magpies.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:40 am
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My first year following Collingwood was 1990.. I've always led a charmed life
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:44 am
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The Prototype wrote:
I reckon he would have, he was over there for a few weeks working there, I also believe he went and saw Collingwood and Geelong, so I may have gotten them mixed up there, sorry, it happens sometimes. But I have watched and listened (during the 1990s we didn't get many live games on TV) every Collingwood game since I can remember.

My first dose of football was in 1985 when I was taken to a local game, being that my family are Collingwood and Glenorchy supporters, it's been nothing but that. Parents said I had the option of either supporting Collingwood, or not supporting football....and I naturally chose supporting the Magpies.


Good choice mate!

I was at that game at the Lake Oval. It was a big talking point at school the next day!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:34 pm
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my dad recorded the whole grand final on my tv, and he knows it off by heart now! he just fast fowards it to each goal! he can watch the whole grand final in like 35-45 minutes!
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:02 pm
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Time to post.

just watched Favs pat 1 & 2 highlights of the grand final and I am till composing myself with tears in my eyes. I cant stop watching the replays of the finals games leading up to the grand final.

In your life you have life changing moments. Get married, the birth of your children and now to be present at a grand final win I am just not going to be able to replace that memory. I still daydream and wish I was still at the MCG that fantastic day in M34 of the Posnford with thousands of other screaming pies supporters. To be at the top of the Ponsford after the match to witness absolute pandemonium and euphoria which I have never and probably never will experience again.

I was very fortunate to be there. I am a normal seasons ticket holder member and have been a member for a long time. But this year one of my fellow pies supporters whom we religiously stand in the Ponsford week after week was not able to go to the grand final. He had booked an overseas holiday earlier in the year that unfortunately for him coincided with grand final week. So lucky for me I had access to a legends membership and a chance in a lifetime for me. Yes Dave a bottle of a fine choice bourbon coming your way.

Man I still pinch myself. I love watching the celebrations and seeing players like Sidebottom, Dawes, Reid and Nathan brown celebrating with his twin on the fence. Seeing the players embrace Presti brings the biggest tears. Presti I have adored you for so long and your selfless act in truly inspiring and we Collingwood people will never ever forget it.

I love you Collingwood, I love Collingwood people, you cannot beat our passion and our love for this great club. I love that we have honour and history and integrity.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:51 am
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I too am just a season's ticket holder but missed out on getting a grand final ticket for myself and my madpie girls. However I was sooo lucky that my son managed to find 2 tickets for my husband and I on the Friday before the game.
I am really envious when reading your post because , although we had great seats on the second level in the Southern Stand, we were sitting with all the AFL suits. They were pretty impervious to the joy of the occasion,most likely disappointed in the outcome.I really missed sittting with my madpie friends as we usually did, in the Ponsford. I felt quite isolated there, however I truly enjoyed jumping for joy during the match in front of those glum faces, hoping for a saints win..LOL

What a wonderful day. First time I have seen them win a premiership. I desperately would love to feel that again, this time with my Collingwood FAMILY.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:15 am
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This is where our premiership team came from. Just goes to show you don't need a team full of high draft picks. 6 rookies may be a record (I know the Eagles had a few in 2006 but I dont think it was 6)

4 Didak - Pick 3 2000 National - Top 10
5 Maxwell - 2002/03 Rookie Draft - Rookie
6 Goldsack - Pick 63 2006 National - 50+
8 O'Brien - 2004/05 Rookie Draft - Rookie
10 Pendlebury - Pick 5 2005 National - Top 10
12 Ball - Pick 30 2009 National - 26-49
13 Thomas - Pick 2 2005 National - Top 10
15 L Brown - Pick 73 2008 National - 50+
16 N Brown - Pick 8 2006 National - Top 10
17 Beams - Pick 29 2008 National - 26-49
18 Jolly - 2009 Trade (Picks 14, 46) - Trade
20 Reid - Pick 10 2006 National - Top 10
21 Wellingham - 2006/07 Rookie Draft - Rookie
22 Sidebottom - Pick 11 2008 National - 11-25
26 Johnson - Pick 62 1999 National - 50+
30 MacAffer - 2006/07 Rookie Draft - Rookie
31 Dawes - Pick 28 2006 National - 26-49
32 Cloke - Pick 39 (f/s) 2004 National - 26-49
34 Toovey - 2005/06 Rookie Draft - Rookie
36 Swan - Pick 58 2001 National - 50+
39 Shaw - Pick 48 (f/s) 2003 National - 26-49
47 Blair - 2008/09 Rookie Draft - Rookie

Top 10 5
11-25 1
26-49 5
50+ 4
Rookie 6
Trade 1

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:18 am
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You don't say.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:26 pm
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Always something to do when you have nothing to do AND that is to watch the AFL Premiers 2010 in action again. Get's better every time I watch it.

Not sure if it's been posted but did anybody pick up on the audio on Ch7 in the 3rd at the 19:20 mark? Umpire gives a free to Jolly against Koshitski. It sounds like its directed to Kosi and I guess its what most Ain't supporters where thinking of him throughout the year. Have a lsiten if you get a chance...









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PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:27 pm
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Jolly to Koshitski, "You f*cking idiot!" Nice.

I have the game on my HDD. Have set up chapters prior to the build up of every Collingwood goal (as well as the build up to Shaw's smother). I can sit down and watch it all in under 20mins. It's a bit of a routine of mine after work. Crack open a coldie or 3 and watch it all again. The third quarter occasionally gets viewed in its entirety.

This is how the official DVD should be set up. If only a bit more effort was put in.

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