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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Collingwood continued their much-publicised slide in 2017, winning just the nine games for the second straight season and slipping to 13th place. Despite their poor results under current coach Nathan Buckley, the Magpies awarded their ex-captain a two-year contract extension.

After what fans perceived to be a poor trade period, Collingwood could be in for another long season. Punters, however, have the ‘Pies as an outside chance of making the finals.

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Senior coach: Nathan Buckley
Captain: Scott Pendlebury
2017 finish: 13th
2017 best and fairest: Steele Sidebottom
2017 leading goalkicker: Jamie Elliott (34)
Premierships: 1902, 1903, 1910, 1917, 1919, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1935, 1936, 1953, 1958, 1990, 2010

2018 Team List
Alex Fasolo, Jordan De Goey, Daniel Wells, Brodie Grundy, Jamie Elliot, Tyson Goldsack, Adam Treloar, Tom Langdon, Sam Murray, 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, Sam McLarty, Josh Thomas, Jack Crisp, Josh Daicos, Kayle Kirby, Nathan Murphy, Tim Broomhead, Darcy Moore, Flynn Appleby, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Rupert Wills, Tyler Brown, Jaidyn Stephenson, Brayden Sier, Brayden Maynard, Jeremy Howe, Ben Crocker, Josh Smith, Brody Mihocek, Jack Madgen, Max Lynch, Mason Cox

Darcy Moore Collingwood Magpies AFL 2017

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Last updated: 1 February, 2018