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In 1998 - my first year in Melbourne - I attended the Collingwood vs Fremantle match at Victoria Park , which was quite a spectacle.
The match was a classic even though we lost by 7 points. We outplayed them in most areas, but bloody Sav Rocca kicked 11.1, in the most dominant full forward display I have ever witnessed in person.
My friend and I were two of what seemed a very small number of Freo fans scattered around the ground. We found seats what I think was called the Ryder stand, on the southern side of the ground.
I’ll admit I can get a little carried away at the footy, but I felt I was quite restrained on this occasion, because the hostility of the crowd was palpable. However, the abuse I copped was next level, and the worst of it was from the little old ladies around us.
Anyway, we lost the match narrowly, and we headed off to lick our wounds over a couple of beers. There was a lot of wound licking in those days when the Dockers played in Melbourne.
When we emerged on Johnston St an hour or two later, we walked up to the train station, and it was a horror show. One guy was staggering down the train line while a train approached in the opposite direction. Some Collingwood fans were in a pitched rock throwing battle a few Aboriginal kids on the other platform. And some other Collingwood male fans were making revolting comments about a woman who seemed to be in their group. It was the closest I’ve been to a war zone - I’m not kidding.
I always wondered what might have happened if they lost?
I realise this may not be very comforting for you DockerDom. Maybe take a black and white outfit for after the game when we win!
PS: No local Dockerland pub near the G that I know of, but you’ll find some Freo supporters amongst the black and white horde at the Hilton hotel before the game, which is right close to the ground.
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Noddy said You Beaut
Walter the baker
4 months 5 days ago #30
Walter the baker
It’s not near the MCG, but anyone wanting to watch the Dockers at a Melbourne pub should head to the Great Northern in North Carlton. They’ve been behind the Dockers for a number of years and it’s a great pub (inside and outside areas, lots of screens, dog friendly!)
Hey Sloby, I was at that Collingwood game at Vic Pk too. At one stage it looked like we might win and I said to the guy next to me “how are we going to get out of here alive ?!” He said don’t worry mate, they’ll kill the umpires first !
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Funnily enough - this week I’ve been in Paris looking at the Eiffel Tower and wishing I was at the MCG.
Last year I was fortunate enough to be at the game where the underdogs Freo beat the previously unbeaten defending premiers in the Demons at the MCG - and what a deliriously joyful day it was! Who could forget that magic flick-back from Freddie to lead to a Schultz goal? (Block N32 one level up behind the cheer squad from memory?)
Right then and there I swore I would come over for the corresponding game this year. Unfortunately fate played a work hand which sees me in France. My cunning plan of hooking up my Apple TV box to the hotel tv to access Kayo hasn’t worked, so I will be streaming the game come 6.10am tomorrow morning on the ipad, no doubt creating havoc in the surrounding hotel rooms when they hear a lot of early screaming from room number 410.
Used to live in Abbottsford back in the day over the road from the Wheatbix factory, anyway a stone’s throw from Victoria Park and all the residents used to come out onto the street and stand next to their cars ( VW sedan ) to stop the Collingwood supporters keying their cars. We had some very rough lads living in our street so no damage done while I was there. The local up the road would bar them on match day such was the Richmond/Collingwood hatred back then. They didn’t like West Coast at all!
I went to a game once - back in the 80's. Collingwood v Richmond, we were in a corporate box and they ran out of the Mushroom and Pistachio pate before Milane had kicked his first.
We almost rioted. Thankfully a quick thinking local from Reservoir (from memory) put his Alison Moyet tape on and things settled quickly after that. But yeah I wonder what may have happened if he didn't do that. Actually, might have been Yaz.
Listen to y'all Romper Stomping about the place!
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4 months 5 days ago #36
If general admission… gate 1 is where the dockers cheer squad goes. There will be more dockers fans at that end of the ground. Also where the tunnel is fir dockers
Wasn't at the Freo v Pies game at Vic Park Sloby and Cookie went to, but was there for the corresponding game the year before, in 1997, and had a quite different experience.
A couple of things were different - Collingwood beat us by 100 points (this was the remarkable game Kingsley Hunter 7.2 and Andrew Wills 2.2 were our only players who scored - goals or points) and Freo's send off to Fitzroy at the end of 1996 was fresh in their minds, but we had pretty good fun with the Magpie crowd around us.
They were very complimentary about Kingsley's effort, and the club in general "Youse blokes'll get there one day" and didn't rub the massacre in too much. Hated the Eagles too, which was comforting.
After the game we called into the nearest pub we could find, learned the Pies fan's version of the Carlton club song ( the most obscene lyric I will ever hear) and got quite a few beers bought for us by blokes who didn't look like they could afford them but knew their footy, even what was happening in the WAFL.
I know other people - my daughter at the semifinal last year among them - have had much less enjoyable interactions with Pies supporters, but for what it's worth I've always had a bit of a soft spot for them.
Hey fradojan, We did the same and managed to get on the Platinum Terrace, not on the centre bounce more towards the 50m arc (which reminds us of our old seats at Subi in the 2 tier stand) at least we don’t get the sun in the eyes or rained on