Attention Collingwood amateur historians

Rick is having trouble counting how many coaches Collingwood has had. Can you help him out?

Round 19 – Port Adelaide v Collingwood: BITS and Port young guns star

From BITS’ ‘Fitzy’ to Port Adelaide’s Willem Drew, Nick Kossatch looks fondly back on a weekend spent watching young guns emerge before his very eyes.

Geelong’s Record Run – 1952 Grand Final: Geelong v Collingwood – Geelong back-to-back VFL premiers

It was Geelong v Collingwood in the 1952 Grand Final. Geelong were looking for consecutive premierships for the first time in the club’s history. Peter Clark’s coverage of the record-breakers of 1952-53 hits a high point.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Round 13 Review

Cam Hooke is back sounding as chuffed as ever – his optimistic predictions all came true as his Pies romped to a startling Queens Birthday win over Melbourne.

Round 13 – Melbourne v Collingwood: A heart-breaking/ warming finale

In an emotional edition of the annual Big Freeze on Queens Birthday, Sean Mortell breaks down the final chapter of Nathan Buckley’s coaching career at Collingwood.

Almanac Footy: The tragedy of Bucks, a Collingwood life riddled with injustice and adoration

Sean Mortell remembers Nathan Buckley’s Collingwood highs and lows.

Almanac Footy: Nathan Buckley resigns

Nathan Buckley today announced he would coach Collingwood for the last time on Monday. What do you think, people of the Almanac?

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Round 12 Review, Round 13 Preview

Cam Hooke casts his elated eye over Collingwood’s heart-stopping win over Adelaide before turning optimistically towards a crunch Queens’ Birthday clash with the Dees.

Round 11 – Collingwood v Geelong: Dear old Melbourne

In a timely poem, Dips sums up the current atmosphere in Melbourne as they bunker into a fourth lockdown. Saturday’s clash, according to Dips, epitomised the current mood in the town as Collingwood and Geelong spluttered along.

Round 10 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: A happy weekend as young guns shine

From a Boyne Island/ Rockhampton face-off to the Pies v Power heartstopper on Sunday, Nick Kossatch had a wild weekend of footy spectating.

Round 9 – Sydney v Collingwood: Frustrating (Floreat Pica Society)

Unusually, this year Pam Lowther did not travel to Sydney for the game. But she volunteered anyway to write this report for the Floreat Pica Society. (And following Jim Kesselschmidt’s FPS recipe of Round 8, Pam includes one of her own).

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Round 8 review, Round 9 preview

Cam Hooke gives the Collingwood Life perspective on the victory over North Melbourne, then he looks to the Pies’ prospects against Sydney.

Round 6 – Haiku Bob: The first wreath

Haiku Bob observed similarities between the observance of Anzac Day and the decline of his Magpies when he took in their recent clash with the Bombers.

The Unsung – Round 6: Jacob Koschitzke and Darcy Cameron

Deakin Uni student Chris Mangos’ sixth weekly column ‘The Unsung’, featuring young, up-and-coming footy stars Jacob Koschitzke and Darcy Cameron.

Round 6 – Essendon v Collingwood: A Massed Gathering

Sam Laffy celebrates the tradition and atmosphere of the Anzac Day clash between Collingwood and Essendon.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Round 6 review, Round 7 preview

Cam Hooke is in uncharted territory, reporting on a fourth successive Collingwood loss. But like Bucks, he’s not giving up on 2021.

Round 6 – Collingwood v Essendon: The Dons are back (well at least on Anzac Day)

Winning at the ‘G is a big improvement on drowning at the ‘Gabba, reckons Bomber Rod Oaten.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Round 5 review, Round 6 preview

Cam Hooke gives the Collingwood Life review of the loss to West Coast. He then looks toward the big Anzac Day clash with Essendon.

Round 4 – Haiku Bob: The slide

Haiku Bob paints a vivid picture of his Pies, in the midst of fighting a slow start to the season.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 12 1952: Geelong v Collingwood – Cats take top spot

A top of the table clash at home against Collingwood was the challenge for Geelong this week. Peter Clark continues his series on the Geelong record-breakers of 1952-53. Featured players this week are Fred Flanagan and Bob Rose.