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I ASKED FOR NO ANCHOVIES ON MY PIZZA! (or is this REALLY cheese in my crust?)
(Written by Kraig Krieger)
(Pictures by Ian Baker, John Casamento & Jeff Hook)



As the former host of ‘The Footy Show’, Eddie McGuire, used to say, “It’s been a huge week in Football”, but for readers of the Melbourne ‘Herald-Sun’, Wednesday 10th October 1990 was a huge day in Football.

GEE, MY BUS IS RUNNING A BIT LATE! - The Sad Saga of Garry Sidebottom
(Article by Kraig Krieger)

St.Kilda in 1978 were a scary team

Not only were they playing good footy, narrowly missing the finals after a mid-season slump, but they had three of the most vicious players in the League.




A DIRTY DAY IN THE V.F.A.
Story by By former V.F.A. Boundary Umpire Kraig Krieger


Back in the Seventies & early Eighties in Melbourne ( Victoria ), most footy fans supported both a V.F.L. (now A.F.L.) team, as well as a V.F.A. (now V.F.L.) team. And for a large percentage of those fans, the weekend was made up of going to one of the six V.F.L. games held in the suburbs of Melbourne , or taking the long trip down to Kardinia Park at Geelong . This was followed up on the Sunday by either watching ‘World Of Sport’ on HSV-7, followed by A.T.V-O broadcasting their live coverage of the V.F.A. ‘Match of the Day’, or even venturing off to watch a V.F.A. match live at one of the grounds.

MOZZIES STING FALCONS AT THE 'G'
Papua New Guinea have beaten New Zealand to win the 2008 International Cup in a classic encounter at the M.C.G.

Cooney Claims Coveted Charlie
The Western Bulldogs have claimed their first Brownlow Medallist since Scott Wynd after popular redhead, Adam Cooney, came from behind to beat Simon Black (Brisbane), Matthew Richardson (Richmond) and Gary Ablett (Geelong) for the 2008 award.

Hawks Skin Cats
Hawthorn became only the second team in 2008 to beat last year's Premiers Geelong.

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