Absolute numpties whoever photoshopped that. But then again the master behind that will almost certainly get a pay-rise...
It's not run by the club. Someone got in contact with them a couple of years ago to buy a prison bars guernsey and got told "try the Collingwood store lol".
It's outsourced. Am prepared to accept the pic was genuine, as I've had personal experience this year buying kit that looked very different to the pic on the site, and had to be returned.
It's run by a mob called Infinite Retail who look after several other AFL clubs too. The generic ugly sweater is a league wide merch range and would have been a photoshop fu** up. It's been fixed now
Don't think he will. If it was decided in the first half of the year then yeah. But he dropped off in the second half of the season (mostly Ken's fault) and there are other mids who have had better full seasons.Boaky posted an insta story of his dog earlier, indicating to me that he probably wasn't in Melbourne for the All Australian announcement and as such wouldn't be in the team.
However he's now posted a subsequent story with what looks like a live cross media type setup in his loungeroom.
Hope he gets a guernsey, he's thoroughly deserved it this year.
And the one in general that it’s supposedly for the year, but judges always fall prey to recency bias. Which explains why in general under Ken we do poorly for AA’s, as our second half of seasons are usually worse then first halves.Don't think he will. If it was decided in the first half of the year then yeah. But he dropped off in the second half of the season (mostly Ken's fault) and there are other mids who have had better full seasons.
Keiran Agius has passed away at 21 years of age after a battle with cancer. He was an SANFL listed player in 2016 and played 2 games for the Maggies.
My condolences to the Agius family.
I live outside of SA and I don't know who he is.Suck a dick Laird. If not for 'Port Power' having some ambition and graduating from that tinpot league to give someone else a chance to win a few flags for a change, nobody would know who you are. And even now nobody outside of South Australia knows who you are.
Nice to see an organisation that isn't stacked with Geelong people or coached / played / gamble on the Dogs with Ken, for an honest opinion.ESPN season summary
How did they go? Again missing finals can only be considered a fail for Ken Hinkley and Co. and the pressure will no doubt be even more intense in 2020.
Keiran Agius was a member of the SAASTA Tour Group to Hong Kong and Beijing in late 2015, so would be in the photo on KT’s wall of the lads performing their haka in the snow on the Great Wall. (KT’s first visit to the Mainland.)