The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 22 – Port Adelaide v Fremantle: Mind games and a home route to the big dance

It started with John Kingsmill listening to the West Coast game on the radio, and ended in a confusing win that was full of deception. At the night’s conclusion, Port Adelaide had a home final in 2007.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 21 – Fremantle v Melbourne: Giving a season a chance

The Dockers had to win to save a spiralling 2007 campaign, and Les Everett cast his eyes out west to see if Fremantle could respond against Melbourne.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 20 – St Kilda v Fremantle: Why Freo?

Sean Gorman was left wondering why he went for the Dockers in 2007. After struggling to watch them enough, he was left disappointed by their efforts at the ‘G against St Kilda in Round 20.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 19 – Fremantle v Essendon: The Dockers’ redemption run

It was hard to know what to expect from an underperforming Fremantle in 2007. Les Everett nervously watched as the Dockers faced off against Kevin Sheedy and his Bombers.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 18 – West Coast v Fremantle: A purple parade

Nathan Hollier was caught in the midst of a 2007 Western derby. When the Dockers stormed home to create a fierce contest, the entire state came alive.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 17 – Fremantle v Geelong: Who’s to blame for the purple fade?

Once again Geelong smacked their opposition in 2007 – Les Everett was left worrying what went wrong for the humbled Dockers.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – Adelaide v Fremantle: Free-flowing football derails the Crows

John Kingsmill left AAMI Park surprised by a high-scoring encounter in 2007. With straight kicking and attacking footy dominating the day, Fremantle found their spark.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 15 – Fremantle v North Melbourne: Brother Connolly dishes out punishment

Following Fremantle’s close loss to the Kangaroos in 2007, Les Everett brought the Dockers back to school to face an angry Chris Connolly.

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 13 – Fremantle v Carlton: Welcome back Wiz

Needing a win, the Freo Dockers welcomed back a fan favourite for their crucial 2007 clash with Carlton. John Harms has the story.

Round 3 – Sometimes there are no words

There were no words for the disappointment of Saturday afternoon’s Collingwood v St Kilda match for Yvette Wroby… But why not share your own words or images if you were on the losing end of the “weird” games of this week’s round?

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 12 – Western Bulldogs v Fremantle: Outlasting the Dockers up north

Fremantle were in trouble halfway through the 2007 season after another loss, this time to the Bulldogs. Christopher Riordan covered the high-scoring game up in Darwin.

Round 2 – Brisbane v Fremantle: A Brisbane perspective

Brisbane managed to scrape past Fremantle in their round two encounter up at the Gabba. Despite taking home the four points, Sam Evans wasn’t convinced by the Lions’ shaky effort.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 11 – Fremantle v Richmond: Tigers gallant in a tight defeat

Unlucky so far in season 2007, Richmond travelled to Subiaco looking to secure a breakthrough win. Les Everett reports on the high-scoring match.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 10 – Collingwood v Fremantle: Family, Fremantle, failure

Chris Tarrant travelled to the MCG to play his old side for the first time in 2007. Mike Shuttleworth describes his horror reunion with the Magpie faithful.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 9 – Fremantle v St Kilda: Saints or Sinners?

Les Everett witnessed Fremantle begin to amend their array season. An easy Friday night win over a hampered St Kilda to start Indigenous Round gave the once-flag favourites a rare reason to cheer.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 8 – Geelong v Fremantle: A licence to carry

It was the sort of Kardinia Park day where the ducks are looking for shelter, but John Harms braved the conditions to watch the Cats and Dockers go at it.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 5 – Fremantle v Adelaide: Battles within the contest

Les Everett went to Subiaco Oval to watch Fremantle take on Adelaide. He admired the structures and method of the Crows, but would it be enough for them to win in the West?

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 4 – Melbourne v Fremantle: First time live

Mark Branagan is a Swans supporter but his attendance at games is far more catholic. Twelve years after the Dockers entered the comp, he thought it might be just about time to have a look at them. He picked a good day.

Round 1, 2020 – Essendon v Fremantle: Casual Shifts, Full Time Scores

In far away Canberra, Tim Kemm worked a casual shift but his feelings were anything but as he followed his Bombers in their first round clash with Fremantle.