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Similarly, Isabelle and Ferdinand II of Spain were great supporters of the Saints.

So, can it be concluded that sheep farmers are Dockers supporters?

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On 4/27/2015 at 9:35 AM, Dees2014 said:

I was putting together a new post on the background working of WADA, and its key players at the weekend (I will post it in the next couple of days), and came across a list of noteworthy supporter of all clubs. It is clearly a couple of years old but i think revealing nevertheless. i'm sure many of you have seen it already.

Adelaide Football Club

  • Lleyton Hewitt (Tennis player) (#1 ticket holder)
  • David Hicks (Guantanamo Bay detainee)
  • Mark Holden (Australian Idol Judge/Music Producer)
  • Alexander Downer (Former Foreign Minister of Australia)
  • Guy Sebastian (singer and first winner of Australian Idol)
  • Graham Cornes
  • Adam Scott (Golfer)
  • Bruce McAvaney (sports commentator)
  • Ryan Fitzgerald (comedian)

Brisbane Lions

  • Greg Norman (Golfer) (former #1 ticket holder)
  • Julie Anthony (Singer)
  • Andrew Bartlett (former Australian politician)
  • Rob Elliott (Game show host)
  • Colin Friels (Actor)
  • Shane_Watson (Cricketer)
  • Peter Hollingworth (former Governor-General of Australia and former Archbishop of Brisbane)
  • Cheryl Kernot (former politician)
  • Bill Lawry (former Australian cricketer, current commentator)
  • Peter Marcato (sports radio personality)
  • Kieran Perkins (retired Olympic swimmer)
  • Pat Rafter (retired tennis player)
  • Kevin Rudd (Australian Prime Minister)
  • Cyril Gilbert (President of the Queensland RSL)
  • [censored] Johnson & Steven Johnson (V8 Supercar Champion and son)
  • Bert Newton (Australian television personality)

Carlton Football Club

  • Mike Williamson (broadcaster)
  • Megan Gale
  • Jo Silvagni (nee Bailey)
  • Chrissie Swan (Radio Host)
  • Andy Lee (Radio Host)
  • Olivia Newton John (Actress)
  • Richard Pratt (Business Man and Former Club President)
  • Dave Hughes (comedian)
  • Tina Arena (singer)
  • Steve Hooker (pole vaulter)

Collingwood Football Club

 

  • Eddie Mcguire (Club President)
  • Jeff Joffa Coaffe (Cheerquad Leader)
  • Jo Hall (Newsreader)
  • Alisha Camplin (Olympic Skier)
  • John Brumby (Politician)
  • Tony Jones (News Reporter)
  • Peter Helier (Comedian)
  • Jo Stanley (Radio Presenter)
  • Mark Chopper Reid (Comedian)
  • Bruce Mansfield (Radio Announcer)
  • Darren James (Radio Announcer)
  • Colleen Hewitt (Singer)

Essendon Football Club

  • Charlie Pickering
  • Jennifer Keyte (newsreader)
  • Peter Costello
  • Andrew Peacock
  • Andrew Bogut (NBA Basketballer)
  • Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter) R.I.P
  • Geoff Dixon (Qantas CEO)
  • Anthony Callea (Australian Singer/Performer)
  • Jim Bacon (Former Tasmanian Premier)
  • Nick Giannopoulos (actor)
  • Brooke Hanson (Olympic swimmer)
  • Peter Garrett (Politician and singer for Midnight Oil)
  • Brian Mannix (singer)
  • Craig Lowndes (V8 Supercar Driver)
  • Ian Chappell (former Australian cricket captain)

Fremantle Football Club

  • Rove McManus (media personality)
  • Kim Beazley (politician, diplomat and academic)
  • Tim Winton (novelist)
  • Carmen Lawrence (former Premier)
  • Nick O'Hern (golfer)
  • Alan Carpenter (former Premier)
  • Luc Longley (retired professional basketball player)
  • Dixie Marshall (sports reporter and news presenter)
  • Simon Reeve (television presenter)
  • Matt Price (journalist)
  • Eskimo Joe (rock band)
  • Ben Roberts-Smith (recipient of the Victoria Cross)
  • Alison Fan (Channel Seven reporter)
  • Brad Hogg (Cricketer)
  • Tim Minchin (Comedian)

Geelong Football Club

  • Steve Bracks (Former premier of Victoria)
  • Anthony Hudson (sports commentator)
  • Daryl Somers (tv personality)
  • Denis Walter (Radio Personality)
  • Felicity Kennett
  • Mick Fanning
  • Rebecca Maddern
  • Ruby Rose
  • Geoff Sunderland (Adelaide Radio Personality)
  • Guy Pearce
  • Cadel Evans
  • Sally Fitzgibbons
  • Aaron Baddeley
  • Liz Cambage

Hawthorn Football Club

  • Jeff Kennett (former premier of Victoria and former club president)
  • Bob Hawke (former Labour prime minister)
  • Helen Kapalos (news reader) (#1 female ticket holder)
  • John Wood (actor)
  • Pat Cash (Wimbledon tennis champion)
  • Lehmo (Comedian, TV & Radio Presenter)
  • Stephen Quartermain (TV & Radio Commentator, Sports Presenter)
  • Andrew Gaze (Former Basketballer)
  • Peter Rowsthorn (Comedian)
  • Lote Tuqiri (Australian rugby union player)
  • Ian Baker-Finch (Australian Golfer)
  • Steve Vizard (Former funny man and director of Telstra)
  • Geoff Harris (Co-Founder of Flight Centre and Board member)
  • Mark Taylor (ex Australian Cricket captain and Media Commentator)
  • Janine Allis (Founder of Boost Juice and Board member)
  • Tamsyn Lewis (athlete)
  • James Tomkins (Australia's most successful rower)
  • Cameron Smith (Rugby League - Captain of Melbourne Storm, Queensland and Australia)

Melbourne Football Club

  • John So (Former Lord Mayor of Melbourne) (#1 ticket holder)
  • Terri Bracks (wife of Steve Bracks, #1 female ticket holder)
  • Derryn Hinch (news presenter)
  • Rob Sitch (comedian)
  • Baz Luhrman (film director)
  • Max Walker (former footballer, cricketer and humourist)
  • Wilbur Wilde (musician)
  • Rupert Murdoch
  • Joseph Gutnick (businessman and former club President)
  • Scared Weird Little Guys (Comedy act)
  • Anthony Mundine (boxer)
  • Shane Bourne (comedian)
  • Mal Walden (newsreader)
  • Alan Stockdale (former Victorian treasurer)
  • Brad Hodge (cricketer)
  • Steve Moneghetti (marathon runner)
  • Beverly O'Connor (television and radio personality)
  • Neil Mitchell (radio personality)
  • James Tomkins (rower)
  • Nicky Buckley (television personality)
  • Geoff Cox (television presenter)
  • Ian Henderson (newsreader)
  • Rob Gell (television weatherman)
  • Greg Evans (television personality)
  • Mike Sheahan (sports writer)
  • Michael Veitch (comedian and writer)
  • Clint Stanaway (channel 9 news reporter)
  • Archie Thompson (Soccer player)
  • Hamish Blake (comedian)

North Melbourne Football Club

  • Ricky Ponting (former Australian Cricket Captain) (#1 ticket holder)[1]
  • Simon Crean (federal Australian Politician) (patron) (leadership spiller)
  • John Farnham (musician)
  • Trevor Marmalade (comedian)
  • James Brayshaw (Former Cricketer, Footy Show host and current club President)
  • Tim Rogers (Musician - You Am I)
  • Ralph Willis (Former Federal Treasurer)
  • Ugly Dave Gray (Comedian)
  • Sigrid Thornton (Actress)
  • John-Michael Howson (Entertainment reporter)
  • George Gregan (Rugby Union Player - Wallabies)
  • Wayne Arthurs (Tennis player)
  • Elle McPherson (Model)
  • Peter Siddle (Cricketer)
  • Mark Webber (Formula 1 Driver)
  • Billy Slater (Melbourne Storm, QLD and Australian RL Full Back)
  • Adam Rayner (Actor)
  • Bronwyn Bishop (Politican)
  • Darren Boyd (abc sport comentator)
  • Jerry O'Connell (Actor)
  • Gorgi Coghlan (Television Presenter) [3]

Port Adelaide Football Club

  • Hugh Sheridan (Star of Packed to the Rafters)
  • David Koch (Sunrise co-host)
  • Roger Rasheed (tennis coach)
  • Hugh Jackman (actor)
  • Mike Rann (former SA Premier)

Richmond Football Club

  • Mick Molloy (comedian)
  • Cardinal George Pell (Archbishop of Sydney)
  • Simon Katich (Australian cricketer)
  • George Kapiniaris (Australian Comedian)
  • Livinia Nixon (Australian TV personality)
  • Denise Drysdale (Australian TV Personality)
  • Gretel Killeen (Australian TV Personality)
  • Paul Reiffel (former Australian Test Cricket fast bowler)
  • Jane Turner (Australian comedienne - Kath in "Kath & Kim")
  • Russell Morris (Australian rock legend)
  • Caroline Wilson (Journalist - The Age newspaper, Fox Footy TV)
  • Steve Price (Radio personality 2UE, formerly 3AW)
  • Gerry Mellas (Director of Life Strategies)

St Kilda Football Club

  • Eric Bana (actor and comedian)
  • Steve Bedwell (comedian)
  • Darren Berry (state cricketer and radio commentator)
  • Mark Doran (journalist)
  • Bruce Eva (radio presenter)
  • Lindsay Fox (businessman)
  • Michael Gudinski (Mushroom records CEO)
  • Graham Kennedy (Comedian)
  • Michael Klim (Australian swimmer)
  • Kate Langbrook (radio personality)
  • Molly Meldrum (Music Industry Professional)
  • Alicia Molik (Top Ten Tennis Player)
  • Geoff Ogilvy (professional golfer)
  • Stephen Peak (lawyer and radio presenter)
  • Marina Prior (performer)
  • Mick Thomas (musician)
  • Shane Warne (cricket player)
  • Peter Hitchener (newsreader)
  • Alicia Loxley (newsreader)

Sydney Swans

  • Nicole Kidman (Actress) [2]
  • Kristina Kenneally (former NSW Premier)
  • Ian Thorpe (Olympic swimmer)
  • Delta Goodrem (Singer)
  • David Wenham (Actor)
  • Judy Davis (Actress)
  • Kerry O'Keeffe (Cricketer)
  • Stuart MacGill (Cricketer)
  • Richard Wilkins (TV Personality)
  • Geraldine Doogue (ABC TV Personality)
  • Fran Kelly (ABC Radio Personality)
  • Ian "Dicko" Dickson (Former Australian Idol judge)
  • Tom Gleeson (Comedian)
  • Tom Williams (Host of The Great Outdoors)
  • Sandra Sully (Newsreader)
  • Mike Willesee (former current affairs host)
  • Paul Mercurio
  • Willie Mason (rugby league player) (Herald Sun 4/6/2006)
  • Former owner Geoff Edelsten
  • Scott Horscroft (Music Producer)
  • Adam Spencer (Radio Host)
  • Tony Squires (TV Personality)
  • John Mangos (TV Personality)

West Coast Eagles

  • Shaun Tait (Australian Cricketer)
  • Danny Green (Boxer)
  • Ernie Dingo (TV Personality)
  • Dennis Lillee (Cricketer)
  • Jeff Newman (TV Personality)
  • Justin Langer (Cricketer)
  • Damien Oliver (Jockey)
  • Rick Ardon ( Newsreader - Ch 7 Perth)
  • Heath Ledger (actor)

Western Bulldogs

  • Will Anderson (Comedian)
  • Julia Gillard (knifed Prime Minister of Australia)
  • Chris Hemsworth (Aussie actor "Thor")
  • Merv Hughes (Australian Cricket Player)
  • Tom Lister
  • William McInnes (actor, Blue Heelers)
  • Dave O'Neill (Comedian)
  • Janet Rice (Greens' lead Senate candidate)
  • Mark Seymour (musician, Hunters & Collectors)
  • Liam McIntyre (Aussie actor "Spartacus" TV Series)

i suggest we all add to this list from our own knowledge - I think it can be instructive as to why clubs behave as they do.

I found this by googling who does Clint Stanaway barrack for?

It’ so interesting! But I won’t lie, I kinda wish I hadn’t read the Essendrug list. I could’ve happily gone to my grave not knowing Tim Minchin barracks for those filthy bottom-feeders. 
#iStillLoveHimTho

Edit: It’s Freo for Tim Minchin, not Essendon! So happy to have made a mistake. 

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11 minutes ago, Smokey said:

Haha good to see my uncle in there (Wilbur Wilde) 

Another reason to like him. 
❤️💙

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26 minutes ago, Smokey said:

Haha good to see my uncle in there (Wilbur Wilde) 

Thought he must've been a St.Kilda supporter after seeing him play the Sax at the 2010 GF.
In a St.Kilda scarf if I remember correctly.

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1 minute ago, Fork 'em said:

Thought he must've been a St.Kilda supporter after seeing him play the Sax at the 2010 GF.
In a St.Kilda scarf if I remember correctly.

Could’ve been worse… could’ve been a magpies scarf. 😁

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1 hour ago, Fork 'em said:

Thought he must've been a St.Kilda supporter after seeing him play the Sax at the 2010 GF.
In a St.Kilda scarf if I remember correctly.

Reckon there was a video of muso types having a kick at half time at a VFL / AFL game many moons ago. None of 'em wore footy boots & it was a wet, muddy surface so the video consisted mainly of them slipping over in slow motion. I think @Smokey your uncle Big Wilbur was out there sporting Melbourne colours. Can't recall many others but Molly Meldrum was in Saints gear & Jon English in a Fitzroy outfit. Shirley Strahan in Hawthorn colours

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15 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

and a special thanks to mrmoose who responded to a post of mine from may 2015

much appreciated

You are too modest dc - you are something of a celebrity yourself - at least among a certain social group.

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2 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

You are too modest dc - you are something of a celebrity yourself - at least among a certain social group.

a mere shadow, uncle,  to a master of the manor and shepherd to long legged sheep

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1 hour ago, Jumping Jack Clennett said:

Wilbur Wilde’s brother, Chris Aitken ( I think), played for the Dees in the 70s.

? your Dad, Smokey?

Yeah that's right. Wilbur is my 2nd uncle to be more specific, Chris is not my old man

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5 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I found this by googling who does Clint Stanaway barrack for?

It’ so interesting! But I won’t lie, I kinda wish I hadn’t read the Essendrug list. I could’ve happily gone to my grave not knowing Tim Minchin barracks for those filthy bottom-feeders. 
#iStillLoveHimTho

Edit: It’s Freo for Tim Minchin, not Essendon! So happy to have made a mistake. 

 

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

and a special thanks to mrmoose who responded to a post of mine from may 2015

much appreciated

I read one of the earlier posts that Jesse and Ella Hooper from Killing Heidi we're Melbourne supporters.
Was gonna reply that that I didn't care about Jesse but am happy Ella is.

Read further on and I'd already replied.
Thought I'd gone Back to the Future till I saw the dateline.
Was amused my thoughts hadn't changed 😂

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16 minutes ago, Fork 'em said:

I read one of the earlier posts that Jesse and Ella Hooper from Killing Heidi we're Melbourne supporters.
Was gonna reply that that I didn't care about Jesse but am happy Ella is.

Read further on and I'd already replied.
Thought I'd gone Back to the Future till I saw the dateline.
Was amused my thoughts hadn't changed 😂

What did Jesse do wrong Fork?

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14 hours ago, Smokey said:

Haha good to see my uncle in there (Wilbur Wilde) 

I’ve been to the footy with your Uncle Wilbur. I can re-confirm he is most definitely a Dees supporter, scarred yet hopeful, like others of his gen. 

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2 minutes ago, Webber said:

I’ve been to the footy with your Uncle Wilbur. I can re-confirm he is most definitely a Dees supporter, scarred yet hopeful, like others of his gen. 

He's a cracking bloke, seriously funny too 

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16 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I found this by googling who does Clint Stanaway barrack for?

It’ so interesting! But I won’t lie, I kinda wish I hadn’t read the Essendrug list. I could’ve happily gone to my grave not knowing Tim Minchin barracks for those filthy bottom-feeders. 
#iStillLoveHimTho

Edit: It’s Freo for Tim Minchin, not Essendon! So happy to have made a mistake. 

Interesting to see James Tomkins in twice. Perhaps he was a fan of the proposed merge back in the day? 

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17 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I found this by googling who does Clint Stanaway barrack for?

It’ so interesting! But I won’t lie, I kinda wish I hadn’t read the Essendrug list. I could’ve happily gone to my grave not knowing Tim Minchin barracks for those filthy bottom-feeders. 
#iStillLoveHimTho

Edit: It’s Freo for Tim Minchin, not Essendon! So happy to have made a mistake. 

Tim Minchin..?! If I was given an ultimatum to watch one of his shows or cut off a finger, I would definitely cut a finger off, without hesitation. 

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54 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

MFC: Russell Howcroft - adman and ex channel 10 GM (have a listen to the recent hamish and andy bit on hamish trying to become friends with Russell)

I watched the Geelong final with Russell in 2018 in a pub in London, total random encounter. Great bloke! Didn't join me on the beers at 10am though from memory... think he had some business to attend to after the game.

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43 minutes ago, demonstone said:

Was a member of the MFC Board from 2009 to 2014.  He'd better be a Demon man!

Can also confirm that his wife and kids are Dees supporters. I know, shocker! 

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