Round 12 – Collingwood v Western Bulldogs: Flotreat Pica Society Report

Floreat Pica Society and Footy Almanac stalwart Frank Taylor had a troubled preparation for this big clash, and the Pies never really recovered.

Round 10 – Fremantle v Collingwood: Pies revel in wet weather footy

Mark Mullins reports on the Freo v Pies clash for the Floreat Pica Society.

Round 20 – Collingwood v Gold Coast (Floreat Pica Society): Restoring Direction

This week’s Floreat Pica Society report comes from Mark Mulllins and, like all Pies fans, he’s a bit chirpier for beating the Suns but not going overboard.

Round 7 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: Floreat Pica Society Report

Our FPS correspondent (Richard Moody) is no fan of Docklands, but he’s a fan of the Pies and their classy outfit, as they notch another strong win. [Some interesting nicknames in there – Ed]

Round 6 – Essendon v Collingwood (Floreat Pica Society): ANZAC Day 2019

The crowd was in early for the traditional ANZAC clash and Andrew Fithall and crew were very much part of it. The arithmetic progression of Pies goals was becoming a worry, but sometimes Maths can be beaten. [I agree on Darcy Moore and the reasoning – JTH]

Round 8 – Collingwood v Geelong: It’s not looking good…

Doug Wilson and Frank Taylor wrap up Collingwood’s Round 8 efforts for the Floreat Pica Society.

Round 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: Playing the champs (Floreat Pica Society)

The Pies ran into the best team in the competition; despite the loss, there were definite positives to be found according to Dave Nadel

Round 4 – Collingwood v St Kilda: Man Bun v Man Bun; just who were the Easter Bunnies? (Floreat Pica Society)

Jim Kesselschmidt believes Nathan Buckley doesn’t have a Plan B and led to the poor showing against the Saints. Where to now for Collingwood? [Another Kesselschmidt cracker – JTH]

Round 22 – Collingwood v Gold Coast: Witch’s hats (Floreat Pica Society)

Despite the 71-point win, “this would have to be the first time after a big Collingwood victory that I went home feeling flat. There have to be some major changes at Collingwood before next season.”

Round 21 – Western Bulldogs v Collingwood: The Lin Jong Cup (Floreat Pica Society)

Jim Kesselschmidt creates a glittering silk purse from a Collingwood sow’s ear, with this story of Round 21 for the Floreat Pica Society.

Round 18 – Collingwood v Melbourne: Shark fin blues (Floreat Pica Society)

This week’s Floreat Pica correspondent David Wilson takes the buds to the footy for the first time in 2015. The way the game is played is unrecognizable to him, while Collingwood are as flat as a s#@% carters hat.

Round 15 – Port Adelaide v Collingwood (Floreat Pica Society): The Starts Are Slow But the Oxley Is Patient

Luke Reynolds, on reporting duty for the Floreat Pica Society, laments the Magpies continual slow starts as Collingwood go down in a close one for the third week running.

AFL Round 20 – Sydney v Collingwood (Floreat Pica Society report): Beam us up, Scotty

Collingwood’s win was their best interstate effort since the drawn final against West Coast in 2007, writes Andrea McNamara.

AFL Round 18 – Collingwood v GWS Giants (Haiku Bob): Long way from home

Haiku Bob on Round 18.

AFL Round 14 – Port Adelaide v Collingwood: A pilgrimmage to Pies versus Port

Holly Fahey has the job ahead of her – she has to choose the Danny Roach votes for the worst three Pies players of the game. It took some time, but her worst on ground should please a few opposition supporters.

AFL Round 11 – Melbourne v Collingwood (Floreat Pica): Patchy Pies destroy dispirited Demons

Yesterday was the first time Pies fan Mayuran Jeyarajah felt sympathy for her opponent. Oh Melbourne, does it get any worse?

AFL Round 10 – Brisbane v Collingwood (Floreat Pica): No Cloke but Pies stick dagger into Lions

Andrew McNamara saw glimpses of Buckley’s Brigade, his team of the future and his game plan on Friday night.

AFL Round 1 – North Melbourne v Collingwood (FPS report): Footy’s back!

After a long off-season, the footy is back and the Pies delivered for Paul O’Connell.

A few Floreat Pica Society observations on the Pies’ opener

Just as NAB Cup Round 1 is not really footy as we know it, this is not really a match report, but a series of dot-point observations as the Pies build into a new season.

Musings on an audience with Haiku Bob at Pies training

Haiku Bob and Steve Fahey were amongst a few hundred who watched the Pies train on a perfect morning.