More on Fine Collingwood Victory

Here’s a few links to more stories on our fine victory on Saturday Night…. As you may guess, I am excited by the rise and rise of my Lads this year…
 

Collingwood delivers real deal
The Australian, Australia – 10 hours ago
COLLINGWOOD got a big tick in the credibility test with its impressive win over Sydney but coach Mick Malthouse said there was a way to go to match ladder
Magpies beat Sydney at own game
Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia – 10 hours ago
SYDNEY Swans players are copping the blame for Saturday night’s 13-point loss to Collingwood fair and square on the chin. Co-captain
Coach warns Swans will drop unfit players
The Age, Australia – 11 hours ago
SYDNEY coach Paul Roos revealed yesterday that a staggering total of 11 players from the 22 who lost to Collingwood on Saturday night had been unable to fulfil
Proof we belong at top: Clement
FOX SPORTS, Australia – 11 hours ago
By Damian Barrett. COLLINGWOOD proved to a sceptical football world it was worthy of its high ladder position by defeating Sydney
It’s time for change
Daily Telegraph, Australia – 11 hours ago
IN the wake of the Sydney Swans defeat on Saturday night, coach Paul Roos is convinced major changes are needed to end a potential season-killing slump.
Senior Pies stopped club imploding: coach
The Age, Australia – 11 hours ago
COLLINGWOOD had been saved from the backstabbing and infighting that leads bottom clubs to implode by the strength of its senior players, coach Mick Malthouse
Rhyce a Shaw thing for Collingwood
Ninemsn, Australia – 20 hours ago
In only his second game since the knee injury 12 months ago which put his AFL career at stake, Rhyce Shaw repaid Collingwood’s faith in him.
Pies prove a point
sportal.com.au, Australia – 20 hours ago
Collingwood midfielder Shane O’Bree believes that the Magpies’ win against Sydney on Saturday night proved to the side’s critics that they are genuine
Take us seriously now, Collingwood says
The Age, Australia – 22 hours ago
Credibility restored, Collingwood believes it should now be taken seriously by the rest of the AFL. The Magpies’ 13-point win over
Swans coach prepares to swing axe
The Age, Australia – 22 hours ago
Sydney’s AFL premiership coach Paul Roos said two consecutive losses were enough to convince him changes were needed and he hinted at introducing several new
Magpies defy Hall
Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
CONSIDER your boys the real deal, Mick. The Pies saw off an inaccurate and strangely lifeless Sydney by 13 points at Telstra Stadium
Magpies rekindle flag hopes
The Age, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Goals: Collingwood: A Didak 4 A Rocca 2 R Lonie 2 C Egan P Licuria R Shaw J Fraser B Johnson L Davis. Sydney: B Hall 3 RO’Keefe
Roos threatens to axe stars
FOX SPORTS, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
By Tim Morrissey. SYDNEY coach Paul Roos is contemplating dropping as many as four players as the reigning premier’s season threatens
Pies ground Swans in year’s best win
The Age, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Collingwood’S win against Sydney at Telstra Stadium last night, the club’s first win this season against a top-eight side, was rated by coach Mick Malthouse as
Fraser taps into winning form as Magpies fly
The Age, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Josh Fraser is rarely credited as a tap ruckman of elite ability. Indeed, he is seldom acknowledged as a ruckman at all, rather
Pies hold on to upset Swans
ABC Online, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
By Katie Cassidy. Collingwood collected their ninth win of the season, defeating the Sydney Swans 14.11 (95) to 11.16 (82) in their
Magpies swoop to beat Swans
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Collingwood’s premiership credentials received a boost tonight with Alan Didak inspiring the Magpies to a 13-point win over Sydney in their AFL match at
Pies leading Swans
ABC Online, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
The Collingwood Magpies were leading the Sydney Swans 6.7 (43) to 2.10 (22) at half-time in their round 12 AFL clash at Olympic stadium in Sydney tonight.
We’re rested and ready, Rocca warns
ABC Online, Australia – 23 Jun 2006
Hulking Collingwood forward Anthony Rocca says the mid-season break could not have come at a better time for the Magpies as they prepare to take on reigning
Sydney aims to halt Pies roll
The Australian, Australia – 23 Jun 2006
WHAT happens when the Haves take on the Have Nots? When the highest possession winning team in the AFL take on the lowest? What
Pies clash proves pulling power
FOX SPORTS, Australia – 23 Jun 2006
By Tim Morrissey. EDDIE McGuire rates tonight’s Swans-Collingwood blockbuster right up there with other major Sydney events such
Hall trains and is ready for Pies
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia – 23 Jun 2006
HE MAY not have completed the entire training session, but Sydney co-captain Barry Hall did what was expected of him and will line up against Collingwood
Swans ponder heading west more often
The Age, Australia – 23 Jun 2006
Sydney chief executive Myles Baron-Hay says the reigning AFL premier is considering playing more home matches at Telstra Stadium during the SCG’s redevelopment
Pies rise to challenge
Border Mail, Australia – 5 hours ago
COLLINGWOOD’S season highpoint has reaffirmed the Magpies’ belief they are an AFL premiership contender but left Sydney coach Paul Roos questioning one of
Pies inflict Swans’ second straight loss
SportsAustralia.com, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Collingwood returned to its winning ways with a 13-point win over Sydney at Testra Stadium, which is the Swans’ second straight home loss after a tight
Magpies deliver real deal
The Australian, Australia – 3 hours ago
By Jenny McAsey. COLLINGWOOD got a big tick in the credibility test with its impressive win over Sydney, but coach Mick Malthouse
Clement: This proves we belong at top
Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia – 10 hours ago
COLLINGWOOD proved to a sceptical football world it was worthy of its high ladder position by defeating Sydney on the weekend, according to defender James
Hot Pies cool off at the end, but too late for frustrated Swans
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
Giving his all … Adam Goodes at full stretch against Collingwood at Telstra Stadium last night. PAUL Williams missed shots from
Magpies swoop on Swans
FOX SPORTS, Australia – 24 Jun 2006
COLLINGWOOD’S premiership credentials received a boost tonight with Alan Didak inspiring the Magpies to a 13-point win over Sydney at Telstra Stadium.
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