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After a few days of seething in anger I have (finally) recuperated from our loss to Collingwood.

It really was a game we should of won.

What annoys me the most about Collingwood isn't even their players. I can have begrudging respect for some of the Magpies players.

It is the numerous amount of vile, disgusting, obnoxious and arrogant Collingwood supporters that there are and the fact that they still think the Melbourne Football Club are a joke to them.

Getting stuck on the train carriage full of them on the way home from the MCG is never a pleasant experience.

I have always had the view of quality over quantity when it comes to Melbourne Demons supporters.

In many ways being reigning 2021 AFL Premiers didn't do much except give them more reason to ridicule us when we lose. Getting beaten by them twice so far this season has really sucked. I am definitely hopeful we can enact revenge upon them in the finals.

Anyway, I hate Collingwood and I look forward to the days when we can begin beating them again on a regular basis.

 

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3 hours ago, Supreme_Demon said:

After a few days of seething in anger I have (finally) recuperated from our loss to Collingwood.

It really was a game we should of won.

What annoys me the most about Collingwood isn't even their players. I can have begrudging respect for some of the Magpies players.

It is the numerous amount of vile, disgusting, obnoxious and arrogant Collingwood supporters that there are and the fact that they still think the Melbourne Football Club are a joke to them.

Getting stuck on the train carriage full of them on the way home from the MCG is never a pleasant experience.

I have always had the view of quality over quantity when it comes to Melbourne Demons supporters.

In many ways being reigning 2021 AFL Premiers didn't do much except give them more reason to ridicule us when we lose. Getting beaten by them twice so far this season has really sucked. I am definitely hopeful we can enact revenge upon them in the finals.

Anyway, I hate Collingwood and I look forward to the days when we can begin beating them again on a regular basis.

 

A high percentage of their supporters are vile. 

They are truly the filth.

Seeing the filth win is as bad as seeing the Dees lose. When both events occur in the same match .... god help us.

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I am in the minority but I like Collingwood. Always have. I don't care about ther supporters...sport for me is about one thing...watching the best athletes battling it out desperately for the win.

When i check which matches are on Channel 7 for the week, if I see Collingwood in those games you know it'll be worth watching. Regardless of ladder position,  there is a pride in the club that means they will give it everything. 

I have a theory on their poor GF record...they have made many GF's that they had no business making. They weren't the best, second best or possibly in the top handfull. They get there by out husting better opponents. When you get to GF day, both teams tend to scrap and fight for the full 120 minutes. Collingwood lose the gap they often have over their opponents in the desperation stakes. Best team usually wins and its often not them. Still think it's a record to be proud of.

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Had a verbal argument with a Pies fan after the game and then he hit me in the side of the head.....

My previous most hated side was West Coast as I grew up in Perth, that has now changed.

They are genuine scum and tbh a lot of their players are extremely unlikeable as well. 

The carry on after the game like they had just won a final was ridiculous. Can't wait to see them choke in the finals.

Oh and if Jeremy Howe retires with no flags I'll be a happy man.... biggest [censored] of them all

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The arrogance of Carlton and Collingwood fans when they are having good seasons is unbelievable. They also think they should get a free in every contest. No doubt this helped them get the dodgy ones last Friday. BALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!

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There is no team in this league that gives me a feeling like Collingwood does. As I've gotten older I've learned to have respect for all clubs in this league no matter what, but some of these feelings still do remain and come out from time to time.

What happened on Friday night was a total tire fire. Compounded with the booing for Langdon and opposition fans really sinking the boot in more for that. They are just one team I cannot cop and no other team in the league comes close to invoking these feelings.

I don't like this club, I really don't like that we lost twice to them in one year. I would love to get them in the first week of the finals but a GF might give me heart failure and I'm still young enough to be considered young for that to happen. 

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12 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

The arrogance of Carlton and Collingwood fans when they are having good seasons is unbelievable. They also think they should get a free in every contest. No doubt this helped them get the dodgy ones last Friday. BALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!

Exactly! I was at the game and it was at the top of their oft referred to 4 letter word list.

I have no doubt it's why Grundy is exploring a move  😈

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47 minutes ago, Action Jackson said:

Had a verbal argument with a Pies fan after the game and then he hit me in the side of the head.....

My previous most hated side was West Coast as I grew up in Perth, that has now changed.

They are genuine scum and tbh a lot of their players are extremely unlikeable as well. 

The carry on after the game like they had just won a final was ridiculous. Can't wait to see them choke in the finals.

Oh and if Jeremy Howe retires with no flags I'll be a happy man.... biggest [censored] of them all

Sympathy for you Action and Iv'e had non-pysical pile ons from pies supporters this week also but chose not to engage.

Merely repiled with what Kane Cornes has said. "... Until they win something they haven't done anything,..."

  and I added the Dees just went home and polished their current Premiership medallions.

Those comments sent some apoplectic. It was hilarious to watch.

We'll beat them now in September if it come to tht and the Swans will open them up this weekend.

Go Dees.

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My wife was walking around Richmond minding new own business after the 2018 GF and she was verbally abused by an angry Collingwood supporter. Called her a [censored] [censored] and worse. She is tiny, wouldn’t hurt a fly and did absolutely nothing to provoke a reaction. 

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Snow White is at home one day when she hears an emergency siren sounding, which means there has been a bad accident at the mine where the seven dwarves work. 

Full of trepidation, she races down to find there has been a cave in and her seven little friends are trapped underground.

She puts her ear to the blocked mine entrance and very faintly hears a small voice in the distance singing "Good Old Collingwood Forever".

"Thank goodness", she says.  "At least Dopey is still alive".

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7 minutes ago, mauriesy said:

Funny, the only Collingwood supporters I know are a doctor, a lawyer, a school principal and an agricultural consultant.

My dear old dad the Pies fan is an architect and always likes to share his opinion that the CFC has the best 'cross sectional demographic of fans in the game' ranging from battlers to successful and affluent people.

Firstly you can pretty much say this for any club in the league, secondly just be quiet I tell him. 

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Don't get me started on my hatred of the filth. Twice I have nearly had an altercation with filth supporters. Once at Victoria park and another at the MCG. On both occasions they had won. When I was younger ( teens) I had a couple of filth supporting friends who had reserved seats in the stand behind the goals at Filth Park. Twice they got me to go with them using another friends card who wasn't going. Why I let it happen twice i will never understand but it was a lesson in life. They were playing South Melbourne and I could clearly see the players entrance at half time where the filth supporters were spitting at the south coach. All fun and games at filth park. I questioned my mates about after the match and they thaught it was just ordinary behaviour.

I also think there is a generational gap in the hatred of the filth. Those of us that are over 50 to 55 years of age seem to have a more inbuilt disgust at the filth. Probably a stem from the rivalry of the 50s and 60s which war drummed into us.

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26 minutes ago, dl4e said:

Don't get me started on my hatred of the filth. Twice I have nearly had an altercation with filth supporters. Once at Victoria park and another at the MCG. On both occasions they had won. When I was younger ( teens) I had a couple of filth supporting friends who had reserved seats in the stand behind the goals at Filth Park. Twice they got me to go with them using another friends card who wasn't going. Why I let it happen twice i will never understand but it was a lesson in life. They were playing South Melbourne and I could clearly see the players entrance at half time where the filth supporters were spitting at the south coach. All fun and games at filth park. I questioned my mates about after the match and they thaught it was just ordinary behaviour.

I also think there is a generational gap in the hatred of the filth. Those of us that are over 50 to 55 years of age seem to have a more inbuilt disgust at the filth. Probably a stem from the rivalry of the 50s and 60s which war drummed into us.

Filth Park 🤣... Sounds like it was a jungle and not a good one.

I wonder why it is still Standing? You can give a better use to that piece of land 

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