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8 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

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 

The ground is public open space. The building is used, in part, for some useful community purposes.

Victoria Park used to be referred to as the zoo. Insulting to animals really.

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1 hour ago, mauriesy said:

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

My husband is a medical specialist and a life long Collingwood supporter. I am a third generation demon supporter and my family all despise Collingwood.

I have to hand it to my husband, he supports the Dees in every other match, comes to the footy with me and accepts the Dees membership that I give him every Christmas.

I on the other hand show no such grace and if he handed me a pie’s membership, I would flush it down the toilet. I have been to two GF with him and supported Geelong and WCE. 
He is obviously a better person than me. His fear has always been a Dees vs Pies GF ( for obvious reasons).

There are some good Pies supporters out there. ( But I still loathe them)

 

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Unfortunately it may be the best scenario  that Pies keep winning their H&W games which guarantees both QF at the Mcg.

We finish 4 or 3rd  , doesnt matter. We can beat both of the top2.

A Swans final at the SCG or Lions at the gabba is game over.

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1 hour ago, mauriesy said:

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

Clearly imposters. 

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2 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Unfortunately it may be the best scenario  that Pies keep winning their H&W games which guarantees both QF at the Mcg.

We finish 4 or 3rd  , doesnt matter. We can beat both of the top2.

A Swans final at the SCG or Lions at the gabba is game over.

I would almost rather play the swans at the scg than at home. As for the lions they have failed many times on their home patch in September.

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4 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Unfortunately it may be the best scenario  that Pies keep winning their H&W games which guarantees both QF at the Mcg.

We finish 4 or 3rd  , doesnt matter. We can beat both of the top2.

A Swans final at the SCG or Lions at the gabba is game over.

I thought Brisbane has a horrible record at the Gabba in finals?

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Leaving the G last week, still hearing COLLINGWOOD chants in the carpark and along Bridge Road added to my irritation/hatred 

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2 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

I thought Brisbane has a horrible record at the Gabba in finals?

Didnt the umpires get the Bulldogs over the line at the gabba last year? 

No way will MFC get a fair deal from the umpires  like clubs such as the dogs. Last year we did ok under different circumstances. This year  highly unlikely. 

This weeks Carlton game  might be a shocker atleast poster boy Cripps wont be there.

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The Filth play on being detested.

What would you expect from a club that housed Triple Chins for Three Decades (it seemed that looong!)

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4 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Jeelong more hated for me!

What he said ⬆️ but delete Jeelong and insert Essendon. 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

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36 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

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

This is an old post of mine, which may give you an indication what that horrible place was like.

In round 20 of 1982, my Demon mate and I went to Victoria Park for the first (and last) time to watch Melbourne play Collingwood.  We found standing room in a packed outer but soon realised we were surrounded by a seething mob of dirty, ugly, loud, abusive, obscene, smelly and toothless black and white supporters.  Almost without exception, they were drunk, smoking like chimneys, swearing like wharfies and even at this early stage of the day fighting amongst themselves.  Rather than relinquish their spot in the crowd, they were peeing where they stood.  Some of the men were just as bad.

We started well with the wind but the Pies had regained the lead by half-time.  The third quarter was all ours with eight goals and in the last, we kicked another eight to finish all over them by nine goals.  Glenn McLean was magnificent that day, marking everything in sight and earning the three Brownlow votes.  Collingwood were so impressed that they traded for him and you will rapt to hear that Glenn went on to have a wonderful two-game career with the Pies.

Having kept very, very quiet all day for fear of attracting the wrong sort of attention, the beers (ice-cold cans!) finally got the better of me and this is when I did the craziest thing in my life.  As Mark 'Jacko' Jackson kicked his seventh to seal victory, I let rip with a loud "Go Demons!!".  Things then went eerily quiet in the outer as hundreds of pairs of beady eyes bored into us.  I looked at my mate, he nodded and we turned and ran as fast as we could towards the exit and kept going all the way to Johnstone Street where we jumped on the first bus we found.  It didn't matter that it was heading in the wrong direction, we just wanted to get away from that horrible joint.  Only my drycleaner will know just how frightened I was that day.

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Hawthorn and Geelong are the teams i loath the most. They humiliated us for years. Even today we still struggle against Hawthorn and will in 2023.

Collingwood supporters dont know any better because of their lack of breeding. They dont bother me as much.

Essendon , no issues there except for one game...2000GF.

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42 minutes ago, one_demon said:

It's not a flaw, it's a strength.  I don't hate therefore I don't suffer.

I wish I had your strength! I suffer greatly at times (last Friday night was a very good example of me feeling great pain and hatred at the same time)

GO DEES!

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Interesting email from the club re non members in reserved seat areas.  Must have been some real drop kicks last week, as i have never heard too many complaints about ‘sneaky guests’ from other clubs.  Whilst you get the odd peanut, most understand and cheer the footy.

for people to complain and the club to react, the filth supporters must have been really bad.

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9 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Hawthorn and Geelong are the teams i loath the most. They humiliated us for years. Even today we still struggle against Hawthorn and will in 2023.

Collingwood supporters dont know any better because of their lack of breeding. They dont bother me as much.

Essendon , no issues there except for one game...2000GF.

…plenty of inbreeding, though. 🫢

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