Round 12 – Adelaide v Collingwood: Floreat Pica Society Match report

Bangkok correspondent Paul McKay presents the Floreat Pica Society Match Report of Collingwood’s thrilling Round 12 victory against the Crows.

Finals Week 1 – Preview

Sean Mortell previews Finals Week 1 making his predictions who he believes the winners will be.

Round 21 – Melbourne v Collingwood: Pies freeze out Dees (Floreat Pica Society)

Steve Fahey reports for the Floreat Pica Society from a cold MCG. Collingwood is still in the hunt for the double chance, but will “need to improve a lot more to be a contender.”

Round 20 – Collingwood v Gold Coast: Sticking With Number 5

‘Your first hero is your best hero”. Luke Reynolds and family celebrated the 100th game of the much injured Jamie Elliot in style.

Round 4: Collingwood v Western Bulldogs (Floreat Pica Society)

Floreat Pica Society correspondent Shane Cashman makes his debut after taking in the Pies’ Round 4 clash with the Western Bulldogs. He’s an astute observer as well as an optimistic true believer.

Sal’s Round 2 Preview – 666 the Devil’s number?

Sal provides us with his insights to this weekend’s Round 2 of the AFL plus his take on all the big races at Rosehill.

Round 2 – Richmond v Collingwood: Tigers tamed as Pies swoop!

Magpies swoop and stifle the Tigers’ roar in an impressive display of footy in their Round 2 match at the MCG.

Round 1 – Collingwood v Geelong: What a cracker of a game!

In a cracking game, Geelong win a hard fought battle against the Pies in their Round 1 match at MCG on Friday night.

Who can challenge Richmond this year?

As the ladder begins to take shape, the form of certain teams highlights the limited amount of outfits capable of taking out the 2018 flag. With Richmond appearing as ominous as ever after a barnstorming run to the top of the ladder, the main question to arise is which teams are actually able to match them and perhaps clinch a premiership off them come Grand Final day. Sean considers the options.

Round 9: Sal’s thoughts and predictions for this week

Commonsense is not that common when considering the recent plague of umpire touching says Sal as he ponders the consequences of these acts. Sal also provides food for thought with his considerations about the forthcoming round of footy.

Round 16 – Essendon v Collingwood: (Almost) Six Feet Under

It wasn’t quite a Royal Rumble reminiscent of the heady days of the WWF’s ‘Attitude Era’; in fact, it wasn’t quite a highly skilled game of footy. However, after losing the unlosable against Sydney, and losing the even more unlosable against Brisbane, it made perfect sense that Essendon would bounce back to ‘form’ with a comfortable win over the old enemy reports Sam.

Round 16 – Collingwood v Essendon: Frustration builds (by Paul Fahey on behalf of the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood have continued their slip in form with a second loss to Essendon in the season. Paul Fahey couldn’t find many positives in this one as Collingwood look to make wholesale changes.

Round 16 – Collingwood v Essendon: Crook in the Guts

“2017 has gone down the toilet for Collingwood. But that crook in the guts feeling will linger for a long while.” Luke Reynolds simply can not wait for season 2017 to be over for his Magpies and changes to be made.

Round 4 – Collingwood v St Kilda: Docklands Disorientation

Despite gathering a big group of Pies fans to the game, Luke Reynolds’ support wasn’t enough to lift his side over the line in a lacklustre game.

Round 11- Collingwood v GWS: Floreat Pica Society

The Pies head into their mid-season break on a winning note after comfortably accounting for GWS. Here’s the Floreat Pica Society’s take on the match.

Round 9 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: From Despair to Joy

Pies supporter Luke Reynolds takes his family to the G and they watch a great Pies comeback, which makes Luke so glad they made the effort to go.

Round 9 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: A day of roast beef, a half-time roast and a win to savour

John Ramsdale of the Floreat Pica Society shares his day at the G as Collingwood pull off a remarkable comeback against the Roos.

Round 9 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: Pies redesign their brain to avert pain in the rain

As Pies supporter Jeff Dowsing watches his Pies pull of a remarkable comeback against the Roos he draws comparison with the TV show ‘Redesign my Brain.’

Round 9 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: Four seasons in a day

North Melbourne supporter Matthew Naqui shares his disappointment as the Kangaroos go down to the Pies in a game he believes they never should have lost.

Round 8 – Gold Coast v Collingwood: Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life

Pies supporter Cam Hooker calls out to other Pies fans to get more of an understanding on the Pies win over the Suns away from home.