Whatever happens, Collingwood, you already won

As we await the two preliminary finals, the outcomes of which will be measured by the score, E Regnans considers other metrics. Having watched the club’s deeply human ethos emerge and then been given a further lens – the documentary From the Inside Out – he concludes that whatever happens tomorrow night the Collingwood FC and Nathan Buckley have already won. We can learn a lot from them. [A mighty fine piece – JTH]

Collingwood: From the Inside Out reaction – Will this change AFL forever?

Last night’s ‘From The Inside Out’ documentary revealed to Sean Mortell much more than he was expecting. It has him thinking.

Round 18 – Collingwood v West Coast: Twin Peaks

Collingwood has entered the Lynchian world of Twin Peaks with the latest developments at the club. Thankfully Jeff Dowsing is here to make sense of it all for everyone.

The Pies’ most memorable games against the Eagles

Steve Fahey continues his occasional series of the Pies’ most memorable games against opposition clubs. This time it’s not all wins as some famous games ended in other results.

Round 17 – Gold Coast v Collingwood: Witts v Grundy (Floreat Pica Society)

Luke Reynolds reports on a scrappy win in torrential rain by Collingwood on the Gold Coast for the Floreat Pica Society.

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 1 – Collingwood v Western Bulldogs: Dog Day Afternoon, Night & Week

Some promising signs against the classy reigning premiers, but in the end, it turned out to be a Dog Day Afternoon, Night and Week for the Pies according to Ramon.

Round 21 – Western Bulldogs v Collingwood: Bontempelli & Bucks’ Billy Goats

Luke Reynolds seems a bit gruff after another “honourable loss” by Collingwood. There’s no escape.

Round 14 – Collingwood v Hawthorn: Remembering Walshy

Another one that got away… The Pies threw everything at Hawthorn, writes Nicholas D’Urbano, but were wasteful in front of goal. But the shocking loss of Phil Walsh puts things in perspective.