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Collingwood 2010/11 vs Richmond 2017/18

Discussion in 'AFL - The Australian Football League' started by Summer Nights, Jul 6, 2018.

Put it out there
  1. Summer Nights

    Summer Nights Very stable genius

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    Who would win?
     
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  2. mike123

    mike123 Brownlow Medallist

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    Collingwood 2011 should be included in the title
     
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  3. Summer Nights

    Summer Nights Very stable genius

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    Fixed.
     
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  4. UnitedWarrior93

    UnitedWarrior93 Brownlow Medallist

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    Collingwood would win for me.
     
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  5. Sorryboutthatchief

    Sorryboutthatchief Draftee

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    Yeah cos the Malthouse saga shafted a great team. Agreed!
     
  6. Old Stuckup

    Old Stuckup Club Legend

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  7. Fadge

    Fadge Premiership Player

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    Tiges.

    Jolly, Ball, Didak, Swan, Maxwell, etc. haven't played for a while and are getting on in years.
     
  8. Leviathan Pie

    Leviathan Pie Norm Smith Medallist

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    Pies 2010/11 were unbelievable, in a superb era (Hawthorn/Geelong etc.)

    Think they'd have the Tigers covered.
     
  9. PieLebo87

    PieLebo87 Premium Platinum

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    Wouldn’t be by much though.
     
  10. TheUndertaker

    TheUndertaker The Phenom from Death Valley

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    Well both have one premiership, I suppose whoever has two is ultimately gonna be better. But still to win one premiership is fantastic, dumb troll thread though
     
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  11. Frank Gallagher

    Frank Gallagher Blaisee & Rezza Tiger, Tic Toc!

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    A half full strength 2018 Collingwood would win now.
     
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  12. PieLebo87

    PieLebo87 Premium Platinum

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    Kinda hard for Collingwood 2010/2011 to win the second premiership now lol
     
  13. kaiserchief13

    kaiserchief13 Brownlow Medallist

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    Hopefully they have the same result in the 2nd year. Think Richmond would win at MCG, Collingwood anywhere else
     
  14. DustinsGuns

    DustinsGuns Club Legend

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    Lol kaisercheif at it again.

    Wha coaching the pies should and in what era should be the real question? Tiges now, pies in 2010.

    Different strategies clearly determine the winner
     
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  15. Substance

    Substance Norm Smith Medallist

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    Honestly don't know. That was back when daisy thomas tore games to pieces. Maybe Richmonds gameplan of constantly changing the angles would get it done over the boundary hugging plan of the pies.
     
  16. Tony Harrison

    Tony Harrison Norm Smith Medallist

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    No discontent in our coaches box.
     
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  17. Captain_Bender

    Captain_Bender Club Legend

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    Hopefully Richmond can go back to back unlike Collingwood
     
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  18. kaiserchief13

    kaiserchief13 Brownlow Medallist

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    ?
     
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  19. Bored_Pie

    Bored_Pie Club Legend

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    Would smash them.
    Pfft. Richmond push sides to the boundary.. We would smash them.
     
  20. harrythetiger

    harrythetiger Summited Everest 30/9/17

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    If we had an actual game I reckon the tiges would win. A bit like how whoever the best team is in 8 years would probably beat us now. Thats what time does.
    That pies team was pretty dominant though so on a level playing field probably the pies.
     
  21. Eatosk

    Eatosk Senior List

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    The Pies team of 2010/2011 would win. That team was pretty awesome, similar to Essendon of 2000/2001.
     
  22. juss

    juss Brownlow Medallist

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    Impossible to say. The game changes. Just as the Premiers in 8 years time will probably have a new and unique style compared to today's teams. That Collingwoood side were an awesome team as are the current Tigers.
     
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  23. Greggy

    Greggy Premiership Player

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    It’s a hard one to pick really, the hard running pressure game we bring could’ve made that Collingwood back line look second rate.
     
  24. Tiger71

    Tiger71 Brownlow Medallist

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    Would smash them by 48
     
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  25. TJASTA

    TJASTA Norm Smith Medallist

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