Richmond supporters are unique, sailing in a sea of pessimism with a leaky boat they await the tide of change, Sean Curtain is no exception.
Tigers still not gone!: Glass remains half full! (slightly chipped and full of Yarra water, but half full nonetheless)
Sean Curtain finds the positives in Richmond’s season
In this tribute, Sean prepared for the 2016 Season to help a mate and fellow Richmond supporter. [Our thoughts for you and Graham’s family – Ed]
Overheard at Essendon Part 5: Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word (or, When are you going to pay for the gift!)
The (farewell) gift that, until yesterday at least, keeps on giving. Part 5 of Sean Curtain’s Tullamarine eavesdropping.
Sean Curtain with another one of those overheard conversations at Essendon.
Sean Curtain respects – but doesn’t like – the way the Australian cricket team go about their work on the field. Moreso after moments in Thursday evening’s Australia v India ICC World Cup semi-final.
This week’s episode of Boys and Balls stars Sean and Ben Curtain, exploring the fine line between the gaining and losing of your child’s respect.
The Bombers have a very ‘interesting’ NAB Challenge schedule ahead of them, argues Sean Curtain. Have the undermanned Bombers (self-imposed, it must be pointed out) been spared the rod by AFL in being drawn to meet three of last season’s strugglers in the pre-season competition?
The First Ever Almanac Psychological Profile and Questionnaire: 100 Quick Questions (No fence sitting allowed)
“Take a seat on ze couch pliss. Dr Curtain vil be vis you shortly… “[really liking this one! – Ed]
Sean Curtain’s trusty Blackberry carked it. It got him thinking about change. And Spidercam.
Sean Curtain, as honest and self-effacing as ever, pays tribute to the writing and reading community that is the Almanac.
[Thanks for these words Sean, and especially for all the words you have penned over the last three years – Ed]
Sean Curtain charts both the progress of both live cricket media coverage and day two’s play at the Gabba.
Channeling Monty Python, John Clarke and Brian Dawe, Sean Curtain reflects on the latest chapter of the Essendon versus ASADA stoush.
Sean Curtain analyses this year’s AFL club best and fairest award results.
Sean Curtain reflects on RU OK? Day, and the value of men sometimes getting beneath the beer and footy talk to share what is really going on inside.
The Boomers didn’t try to win, contrived to lose, could have won if they needed to or wanted to enough, and now have egg on their face and funding out of their pockets as a result. There’s no tanking by Sean Curtain in his analysis of tanking claims against the Boomers.
Sean Curtain has been hanging around Melrose Drive again, which is nothing like Cronulla.
Essendon and Hird v ASADA and AFL – Day 1: James Hird channels Macbeth in a staggering display of selfishness
Sean Curtain sees parallels between the Hird/Essendon/ASADA Federal Court case and the selfishness of Macbeth. He also sees that the court actioon is a bit like saying that whatever evidence you found when you searched my house that could convict me is inadmissible because your search warrant was wrong.
You’ve got to worry when the most memorable events of a game don’t involve kicking the ball, taking a mark, or a decent bit of play. Sean Curtain tolerates a 27 point Tiger win.
The Bananarama Brownlow: It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it. Keeping the Fairest in the B&F.
The perennial debate about eligibility for the Brownlow medal is gathering momentum, as Gary Ablett’s injury meets Nate Fyfe’s stellar form. The ghosts of McKernan and Grant are being revived and pundits are bellowing out the for-and-against arguments.