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CEO of the Year joins Collingwood Board

Collingwood - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
Introducing our new board member Leading international businesswoman Christine Holgate has been appointed Collingwood Football Club's second female Board member, replacing retiring Vice-President and club pioneer Dr Jack Kennedy. Get to know ...

Intra-club match date locked in

Collingwood - ‎Feb 7, 2016‎
Those who sign up or show their existing card will receive a United football (while stocks last). Thanks to all for turning up tonight.
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Surgery for new Magpie recruit

Collingwood - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Howe, who kicked 80 goals in 100 games for Melbourne, was traded to Collingwood in the off-season as part of a four-way deal also involving Jimmy Toumpas moving to Port Adelaide, Paul Seedsman landing at Adelaide and Ben Kennedy shifting to the ...

Aish's chance to bounce back

Collingwood - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
"I might be at the club early on a Tuesday just doing some stretching, getting ready and he is there doing a weights session before a full day of work for us starts.

Former Director of Football awarded AFL life membership

Collingwood - ‎34 minutes ago‎
Upon news of his resignation from Collingwood, President Eddie McGuire praised Walsh, saying “Geoff Walsh's contribution to the Collingwood Football Club has been profound. He was one of the key architects of the rebuild of the team and our 2010 ...

Sunday: Collingwood returns to your TV

Collingwood - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
Grand Final Flashback: 2010 Take a unique look at Collingwood's win over St Kilda in the 2010 AFL Grand Final Replay with thanks to AFL Media. Seen that ... Black and White TV is back in vogue this Sunday, as Fox dedicates Channel 504 to Collingwood.

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Herald Sun - ‎2 hours ago‎
Collingwood kicked things off this morning as they hit the track at Olympic Park and took part in some match simulation, where gun midfield recruit Adam Treloar impressed, as did youngster Darcy Moore.

Ararat, Stawell to host community camps

Collingwood - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
... soon forget. Ballarat-bred Nathan Brown will return to the region he grew up in on Collingwood's Community Camp next week.

AFL: Darcy Moore a Magpie growing up

The Age - ‎3 hours ago‎
Moore arrived at Collingwood as prepared as anyone could be for the life-altering change of being at the league's biggest club. The son of a Collingwood captain and dual Brownlow medallist, he grew up following and watching the club and living next door.

Swans switch Goodes farewell to prevent boos - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Instead of a potentially controversial tribute at ANZ Stadium, fans will get the chance to thank Goodes for his contribution to the club during the Round 3 match against GWS at the SCG. Collingwood have the AFL's biggest travelling group of supporters ...

NAB Challenge: Everything you need to know

Fox Sports - ‎2 hours ago‎
The 19-year-old is much fitter and stronger compared to 12 months ago, after recording personal best running times while training with the club's star-studded midfield brigade. Cockatoo's football nous has also improved during the off-season ...

Balme updates club's injury list

Collingwood - ‎Feb 3, 2016‎
Our rookies' progress assessed · Scharenberg's brother shocked by injury. Collingwood Director of Football Neil Balme has detailed the injury status of a number of Magpies as the countdown to the 2016 season continues. Balme confirmed that Adam Treloar ...

Holgate: The magic of the Magpies

Collingwood - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
Introducing our new board member Leading international businesswoman Christine Holgate has been appointed Collingwood Football Club's second female Board member, replacing retiring Vice-President and club pioneer Dr Jack Kennedy. Get to know ...

Young Amity follows in dad and grandfather's footy tradition

The Queensland Times - ‎6 hours ago‎
When the 2016 season begins in April, young Amity Watts will join her father Duarn and grandfather Rex at the Collingwood Park Power Aussie rules football club. The five-year old will have big shoes to fill with Duarn one of the Power's most consistent ...
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Collingwood receives academy funding

Collingwood - ‎Feb 3, 2016‎
"If clubs can help attract and develop some talent that would be under-represented and not normally find its way into the AFL pathway then they will have the ability to receive some incentive for that similar to the bidding system used for the northern ...
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Sydney Thunder's BBL win could boost fellow Spotless Stadium tenants GWS Giants

Sydney Morning Herald - ‎20 hours ago‎
The GWS Giants are hoping some of the magic dust left in the wake of the victorious Sydney Thunder over the summer will rub off onto the young AFL club, which is still battling to convert its increasing football profile into patronage at its home games ...
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Salary cap probe as NRL targets big spenders

Courier Mail - ‎20 hours ago‎
“If we were looking to bring in (a salary cap on football departments), it would happen in 2018 so it's a discussion that will happen over the next 24 months.
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Duo rated in top dozen

Adelaide Crows - ‎16 hours ago‎
Sauce amassed a Club-record 859 hit-outs in 2015 and finished the year third in the AFL for hit-outs to advantage. ... Midfielders Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood) and Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) round out the top three, ahead of the Goldstein and Sloane.
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Former Essendon rookie Hal Hunter to sue club over supplements program

The Age - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
In a judgment handed down in November last year, Associate Justice Mukhtar ordered the AFL to hand over all its relevant documents but accepted Essendon's claims the club had already given every document it had relating to the supplements saga to Mr ...

AFL: Clubs trade height for heat in pre-season training

The Age - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Collingwood, not long ago seen as the AFL's altitude training pioneer, ventured only as far as Falls Creek with its young players - for the facilities not the elevation - while the more seasoned Magpies drove to Portsea.