The Footy Almanac 2007 Week 3 Finals – Port Adelaide v North Melbourne: Pain, pain and more pain

Politics and footy are eternally linked for Tony Roberts. In 2007 he was left bemoaning the latter when the Roos came crashing down to Earth in their Preliminary Final against the Power.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Week 3 Finals – Port Adelaide v North Melbourne: Might and power

Local Adelaide guru John Kingsmill watched Port Adelaide trounce the Kangaroos en route to the 2007 Grand Final. A powerful display brought down the curtains on the career of Glenn Archer.

Round 8 – Port Adelaide v St Kilda: Membrey’s acrobatic goal of the century highlights a pulsating win

St Kilda’s win on Saturday night was already impressive enough, but Braham Dabscheck was left astounded by the soccer-like genius of Tim Membrey late in the last quarter.

Round 6 – Richmond v Sydney: Disinterest

It was only a fortnight ago, but Paddy Grindlay’s tale of watching Richmond play Sydney at a Victorian pub hurts those left in lockdown. From young teenage life stories to a flowing tab, Paddy’s story has it all on a difficult day for a Tigers fan.

Round 5 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide: Top of the Table – a Story of Two Defences

After Brisbane’s resounding victory over Port Adelaide (typified by Brisbane’s superior defence), Royboy Phil Hill is extremely confident in their chances for season 2020.

Round 5 – West Coast v Sydney: There’s been a long time between drinks!

Cathi Johnston was nervous about her Eagles’ poor start to 2020. A massively improved performance on Saturday against Sydney gave her reason to hope that a return to Optus Stadium could kickstart West Coast’s season.

Round 5 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide: Where does that leave us now?

With the crowds back and some free-flowing footy being played, Sam Evans is loving the Lions’ approach to the 2020 season. Their win against the ladder-leading Port Adelaide gave him hope.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Richmond v North Melbourne: What to do with Richo?

Paul Daffey finishes off the 2007 Heritage Round with a recount of North Melbourne’s easy win over the Tigers, which prompted Richmond fans to either love or loathe their favourite son.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Carlton v Melbourne: Cheeky Penny and the rebuilding Dees

Mark Freeman went to the MCG in the 2007 Heritage Round, interested to see what Melbourne would be like after weeks of turmoil. The result gave him plenty of hope.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Sydney v Fremantle: Victory for milestone men Goodes and O’Loughlin

Rod Gillett enjoyed Sydney’s barnstorming win over the dismal Dockers in 2007 to celebrate milestone matches for favourite sons Goodes and O’Loughlin.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – West Coast v Brisbane: The Lions triumph at the House of Pain

Tony Roberts predicted a miracle in 2007, as the Lions managed to beat the reigning premiers to overcome their Subiaco hoodoo.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Adelaide v Hawthorn: Craig out-coaches Clarkson

John Kingsmill recounts the day in 2007 where former Adelaide coach Neil Craig out-pointed Alastair Clarkson’s young Hawks en route to a comfortable win.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide: Young Dogs win Heritage Round

Port Adelaide and the Bulldogs played out a high-scoring 2007 encounter at the old Telstra Dome. Christopher Riordan watched on, as a plethora of young Bulldogs impressed him.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Essendon v Geelong: A rich night of Geelong domination

John Harms watched his Cats from Perth. His Geelong ladder-leaders were rich in skill as they waltzed over Essendon in a 2007 Friday night match-up. [This is the ‘Chaaaaapppyyy!’ game- Ed]

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Collingwood v St Kilda: Daisy’s day out

Andrew Stafford watched the Pies triumph in a tight clash against the Saints in 2007. In the tense final minutes, some Daisy Thomas magic proved to be the difference.

Round 4 – St. Kilda v Richmond: Saints punt Tigers in marvellous display at Marvel Stadium

It had been hard for Braham Dabscheck to get a good read on the Saints in season 2020. But a wonderful win over last year’s premiers instilled confidence ahead of a clutch match against the Blues in round five.

Round 4 – GWS v Collingwood: Two big losses in one night (Floreat Pica Society)

Andrew Fithall has the FPS report for this week, as he laments Jeremy Howe’s horrible injury and a stop-start effort from his Pies.

Round 4 – Brisbane v Adelaide: Line up, step right this way for the AFL’s ‘Salvation Show’

It may not be Shane Reid’s ideal season, but he’ll take what he can get, especially when his Lions are winning ugly.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 6 – St Kilda v Carlton: A typical Carlton night and a decent left boot

John Harms soaked up the business of Carlton on a Friday night. But the charm of the town soon changed once the Blues ran into a precise St Kilda side.

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