Posts Tagged "Andrew Krakouer"

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley and Director of Football Geoff Walsh have all but put the thick, red, permanent line through the names of Andrew Krakouer and Brent Macaffer.

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The first Friday night game of the 2012 season has put two premiership favorites, Collingwood and Hawthorn, under the microscope very early on.

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The betting market has Collingwood as premiership favourites. Expert opinion, however, is saying something else. Terry Wallace has suggested the Pies’ lack of depth, already highlighted in the NAB Cup, will cost them the flag.

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When Andrew Krakouer’s manager Peter Jess stated this week that there may be a connection between Krakouer’s mental health issues and head knocks suffered in his career, the AFL were the first to shun such an idea.

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Mick Malthouse described Andrew Krakouer as “such a beautiful kid.” Eagles champion Peter Matera said “Everyone loved him on the footy field and we loved him off the field.” So why did this gentle, quiet kid kick a man into a coma?

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Collingwood Magpie Andrew Krakouer has been given four weeks leave to deal with a range of personal issues.

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Andrew Krakouer’s AFL feelgood story just needs a grand final win to feel even better.

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Exciting Collingwood forward Andrew Krakouer says time in prison has made him more grateful for his second shot at an AFL career than in his initial seven-year stint at Richmond.

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It’s not hard to predict that Collingwood will be the number one team in the competition again in 2011.

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Collingwood are coming off a year in which they finished top of the ladder for the first time since 1977 and won their first premiership since 1990. However, no matter how difficult breaking droughts may be, it doesn’t make the task of backing up a year later any easier – just ask Sydney and Geelong.

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Both Jason Akermanis and Matthew Lloyd have used their respective newspaper columns lately to spruik the idea of a mid-season draft. On the back of VFL recruits James Podsiadly and Michael Barlow thriving at AFL level, it’s worth exploring the idea – without getting carried away, however.

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