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Almanac Interview: Citrus Bob Utber talks about his grandson Paddy Dangerfield

Congratulations to Patrick Dangerfield on his winning the Brownlow Medal. Here we re-publish this 2015 David Parker interview with much-loved Knacker Citrus Bob Utber – who has some insights into Paddy Dangerfield (his grandson).

Almanac Art: Citrus Bob Utber’s The Art of Footy Exhibition in Mildura

Find out about The Art of Football exhibition currently showing at The Art Vault in Mildura. Bob Utber has done a fantastic job bringing together a variety of brilliant artists, including a squad of Almanac cover artists.

Citrus Bob Utber’s Axes and Orchids for 2015.

Citrus Bob Utber casts his eye of the 2015 sorting year and uses the old ‘Listener In’ measure to some of the characters who were prominent.

Almanac Cricket – South Africa v Sri Lanka, First Test: Don’t tell Citrus Bob Test cricket is dead!

A sleepless night caused Citrus Bob Utber to watch one of the most enthralling and exciting finishes to a cricket match he has ever seen. Read his recount of the last 100 minutes of the South Africa v Sri Lanka First Test match.

Citrus Bob on cricket’s new media landscape

Citrus Bob Utber considers the new cricket broadcasting pond and has his say on a team of commentators. Who’s in Bob’s commentary team? And who’s out?

Almanac Teams: Citrus Bob’s All-Time Top 20 Players

Not wanting to miss out on the act, Citrus Bob Utber has come up with his top 20 players of all time. He should know what he is talking about.

Citrus Bob’s Football Dictionary

New styles of football on display, new hope brimming in hearts. Citrus Bob Utber recognises the time for some new vocabulary, stemming from AFL finals week 1.

The Ashes 2015 – The Tour Bit: Hey Citrus Bob, who else has become an old mate?

Citrus Bob Utber is on tour and seems to be having a very good time of it.

MCG Test, Australia v India – Day Five: Bob Church, the Cherry Flicker and the Scarlet Pimpernel

‘Citrus Bob’ Utber describes the denouement of the third Test; a final day that promised so much, but delivered little by the time stumps were called.

Round 3 – Adelaide v Geelong: Cats show their class

Footy is important – but the shocking drought in South Australia is more important, observes our elder statesman Citrus Bob Utber. Things are grim. A Crows win may have added some temporary cheer. Alas, the Cats were too good on the night with Rhys Stanley continuing his good form, and Danger and Tim Kelly in even better form.

Australia v Sri Lanka, Second Test – Day 3: Citrus turns sour?

Citrus Bob Utber is grumpy, but not really too grumpy. Khawaja and Starc make the slectors’ job even harder as Australia bat the Sri Lankans out of the Test match.

Australia v Sri Lanka, Second Test – Day 1: Aussie ton drought breaks

After early wobbles, Australia’s batsmen rediscovered the art of Test century-making. Citrus Bob Utber was on the spot to report.

Australia v India – Perth, Day 5: The Australians mop up

Bob Utber enjoys his stroll to The ARK and then watches Australia tidy up the Indian innings for a fine victory.

Australia v India – Perth, Day 2: Tension in The Ark

Cirus Bob Utber makes his way to The Ark. He describes a brilliant, even day of test cricket, where the Indian skipper led the fightback.

Australia v India – Adelaide, Day 2: Battle!

Citrus Bob Utber watches a slow but intriguing day where the Australians grind and slowly the local lad, Travis Head, looks comfortable and gets to 50.

ODI – Australia v South Africa: Worth the drive from Mildura

Citrus Bob Utber drives from Mildura to Adelaide to see how the troubled Australian team is going first hand. He is part of a small-ish crowd who see a much-imporved performance form the Australians.

Almanac Cricket: 80 not out and still batting

Bob Utber takes us back to his first Test match when he was a young’un in 1946-47. Yes, he saw Bradman [Unlucky – Ed]. Then Citrus picks a team for the first Test of the Australian summer.

Almanac Art: ‘The Art of Football’ exhibition – opening night review

Kasey Symons was honoured to be at the opening night of ‘The Art of Football’ in Mildura, the latest exhibition featuring works of footy art curated by Bob Utber.

Almanac Art: ‘The Art of Football Exhibition’ launch tonight (Aug 22) in Mildura

Bob Utber’s latest exhibition, ‘The Art of Football’ officially opens in Mildura August 22 and will run to September 22 – be sure to check out if you’re in or headed up to the Mallee. The launch is Aug 22. Details in this post.

Almanac Art – Last few days of Footy as Art exhibition

The Art of Football exhibition, organised by Citrus Bob Utber, will finish this Sunday at 4pm in Cororooke. Do yourself a favour and check out the great work on show.