Selwood perplexed after someone else rewarded high free. Andrew Swallow concussed after stray tackle. Basil Zempilas not actually concussed, leaves 20 minute gaps between each word as a hobby. Scott brothers swap shirts just to mess with everyone. Continue reading Saturday Night Headlines
It’s a conspiracy at Collingwood. Nathan Buckley’s nefarious plan to purge the Collingwood Football Club of anything that resembles Mick Malthouse continues, with a sacrificial burning of Mick merchandise taking place in the early hours of the morning at the Holden Centre. Players, coaches and other officials were in attendance as one figure was heard to be cackling maniacally, “Lock it in Eddie, lock it … Continue reading Buckley’s Bloody Hit List
In our first edition of the Silly Segment, we review a tumultuous week in our great game by poking fun at anything with a pulse, namely Fremantle, Brisbane redheads, and hopefully the AFL Administration. Leading goal-sneak languishes on the pine as allegations of bullying come to the fore. Josh Green has been plying his trade in the Brisbane reserves as of late but allegations … Continue reading The Silly Segment
My name is Josh and I am a mass media and communications student at La Trobe Melbourne, as well as a professional footy tragic. I play footy myself and I am deeply passionate about hurling abuse at the TV on a Saturday night. Raised as a Collingwood supporter in a Hawthorn family, it is very easy for your allegiances to drift over to a side … Continue reading About
Twitter is a highly effective source of information due to the continuous stream of information and its highly public nature. The key to running a blog that specialises in a certain area is to follow twitter accounts that equal parts inform and inspire you on the subject you’re writing about. I use twitter to gather information but to also observe opinion on various issues and stories in football so that I can produce a well-informed and accurate writing piece. These are some of the accounts I have followed to fulfil my criteria.