Collingwood Magpies

Collingwood Magpies Known as the AFL‘s team that everybody loves to hate, the Collingwood Magpies are one of the most successful and widely supported clubs in the league. They have made the Grand Final 41 times, more than any other team, and won 15 premierships, the third most of any side in history.

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Despite a very promising offseason, Collingwood endured a disappointing campaign in 2016. Eight losses in their first 12 games doomed them, with a late-season revival not enough to see the Magpies avoid missing the finals for the third straight year.

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Senior coach: Nathan Buckley
Captain: Scott Pendlebury
2016 finish: 12th
2016 best and fairest: Scott Pendlebury
2016 leading goalkicker: Alex Fasolo (25)
Premierships: 1902, 1903, 1910, 1917, 1919, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1935, 1936, 1953, 1958, 1990, 2010

2017 Team List
Alex Fasolo, Jordan De Goey, Daniel Wells, Brodie Grundy, Jamie Elliot, Tyson Goldsack, Adam Treloar, Tom Langdon, Jesse White, Scott Pendlebury, Jarryd Blair, Matthew Scharenberg, Taylor Adams, James Aish, Lynden Dunn, Chris Mayne, Callum Brown, Travis Varcoe, Levi Greenwood, Ben Reid, Tom Phillips, Steele Sidebottom, Lachlan Keeffe, Josh Thomas, Jack Crisp, Josh Daicos, Kayle Kirby, Ben Sinclair, Tim Broomhead, Darcy Moore, Jackson Ramsay, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Rupert Wills, Mitchell McCarthy, Sam McLarty, Brayden Sier, Brayden Maynard, Jeremy Howe, Ben Crocker, Josh Smith, Henry Schade, Adam Oxley, Liam Mackie, Max Lynch, Mason Cox

Adam Treloar Collingwood Magpies AFL 2016

Last updated: 30 March, 2017

Collingwood Magpies Articles

Collingwood’s self-made apocalypse marches on proudly

Collingwood’s self-made apocalypse marches on proudly

by , 4 Sep 2017

Nathan Buckley probably did enough in the last six weeks to keep his job – but did he do enough in the last six years? And really, why wasn’t that the question driving the discourse surrounding his fate?

A Collingwood premiership looks like a pie in the sky

A Collingwood premiership looks like a pie in the sky

by , 2 Sep 2017 Popular article!

Collingwood’s football department is the town bicycle – everyone’s had a ride! – and that’s had an unmistakable impact on what has become a Frankenstein playing list. What can we do to turn it around?

2017 season review: Collingwood Magpies

2017 season review: Collingwood Magpies

by , 2 Sep 2017

In what has become something of an annual tradition, Collingwood failed to deliver on their offseason promise, finishing 13th and missing finals for the fourth straight season.

The underrated marvel: Peter Daicos

by , 2 Sep 2017

Born 20 September 1961 to Macedonian parents, Peter Daicos grew up a South Melbourne supporter with a passion for football.

Collingwood, sometimes I think you want to fail

Collingwood, sometimes I think you want to fail

by , 30 Aug 2017 Popular article! Video

It was with a sense of bewilderment that I heard Collingwood Football Club had re-signed coach Nathan Buckley for another two seasons.

Has Nathan Buckley taught Collingwood to accept mediocrity?

Has Nathan Buckley taught Collingwood to accept mediocrity?

by , 30 Aug 2017

The Magpies have officially backed Nathan Buckley in for another two seasons, and it doesn’t seem like this will be too unpopular a decision when viewed by media and the Collingwood faithful alike, following only two losses in Collingwood’s last seven starts.

The minority mindset: Why re-signing Buckley was right

The minority mindset: Why re-signing Buckley was right

by , 30 Aug 2017

I’m a supporter of my beloved Pies, but I am still unsure about the decision made by the Collingwood board yesterday.

Who will be your club’s next captain? Part 2

Who will be your club’s next captain? Part 2

by , 29 Aug 2017

After looking at who will likely be the next captains of Adelaide, Brisbane, and Carlton, today we’re assessing likely future skippers of Collingwood, Essendon, and Fremantle.

“He’s not perfect” – but Pies re-sign Nathan Buckley anyway

“He’s not perfect” – but Pies re-sign Nathan Buckley anyway

by , 28 Aug 2017 Popular article! Video

The Collingwood Magpies have re-signed Nathan Buckley as the senior coach until the end of 2019 despite a disappointing season that saw them finish thirteenth.

Dee disappointment leaves door open for a finals flop

Dee disappointment leaves door open for a finals flop

by , 26 Aug 2017

The Collingwood Magpies have closed out their year with a memorable win over the Melbourne Demons, but perhaps the biggest story is the Demons’ damage done to their finals chances.


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