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Jack Murphy played 160 games for Collingwood between 1937 and 1947.
Wes Fellowes played 102 games for Collingwood between 1981 and 1989.
Coach Keith Burns and his players celebrate after Collingwood's Under 19s triumph in 1986. Photo: In Black & White magazine.
Gordon Coventry kicked 111 goals in 31 finals.
Brian Taylor is all smiles after receiving his Coleman Medal after kicking 100 goals in season 1986.
George 'Kitty' Clayden played 134 games for Collingwood between 1924 and 1933.
Mason Cox, Jordan De Goey, Levi Greenwood, Jeremy Howe and Steele Sidebottom sing Good Old Collingwood Forever after the Magpies' win over Carlton in round 15, 2016.
Injury prone forward Lee Walker kicked two goals in Collingwood's narrow win over Footscray in round 17, 1996.
Bill Picken played 212 games for Collingwood between 1974 and 1983, as well as during one final stint in 1986.
Brian Taylor kicked six goals in the second half to help Collingwood topple Richmond at VFL Park in 1987.
Big Bob, or 'Stretch' or 'Lurch' as he was known, was the second tallest footballer in VFL history when he made his Magpie debut.
Future Magpie Andrew Krakouer models a Swan Districts jumper after the 2011 WAFL Grand Final.
Scott Burns won 24 disposals in Collingwood's 61-point win over North Melbourne in round 15, 1996.
Phil Manassa played 122 games for Collingwood between 1973 and 1979.
Simon Prestigiacomo, Tyson Lane and Rupert Betheras celebrate as the siren sounds on Collingwood's two-point win.
Adam Treloar won a career-high 37 disposals in his first match for Greater Western Sydney against Collingwood in round 18, 2012.
Phil Carman: The man Lou Richards branded “the most exciting footballer ever to play with Collingwood ... and possibly the best."
Peter Daicos and Darren Millane played key roles in Collingwood's win over North Melbourne in round nine, 1990.
Chris Tarrant sings Good Old Collingwood Forever alongside injured captain Nathan Buckley and teammate Andrew Ukovic after Collingwood's win over Melbourne in round 11, 2001.
Mick Gayfer comes to grips with Eagle Brett Heady during the Qualifying Final Replay of 1990.
Alan Didak, Nathan Buckley and Brodie Holland, three key figures in Collingwood's two-point win over Port Adelaide in round 20, 2006.
Four Grand Finals featured among Stan Magro's 96 games for Collingwood.
James Manson at his aggressive best against Melbourne during the late 1980s.
Robert Rose is congratulated by his famous father, Bob.
Peter Daicos kicked eight goals in a match-winning performance against Geelong in round two, 1993.
Kevin Grose forces a ball out of bounds as Richmond's Kevin Morris looks on.
The Magpies of 1899 pose for a pre-game photo ahead of a match against Fitzroy at Victoria Park.
An 18-year-old Scott Pendlebury celebrates after securing victory in his league debut in round 10, 2006.
Ron Wearmouth: Flowing locks and full of concentration.
James Clement leads the Magpies off the MCG after their 72-point win over the Blues in round six, 2006.
Mick Bone: A man who 'went in fearlessly and generally upset his opponents with his willingness to mix it'.
Syd Coventry led Collingwood to the first of four consecutive premierships in 1927.
Dannie Seow played 18 games for Collingwood between 1986 and 1987.
Jason Wild made his league debut on ANZAC Day 1995.
Charles Langtree holds a unique position among the Collingwood Football Club’s war dead. He was the only one to have died while serving in a British uniform.
Graeme Jenkin, pictured on a Scanlen's footy card.
One-time Demon Shane Woewodin crossed to Collingwood just three years after winning the Brownlow Medal.
Leigh Brown: Three years, 65 games, one premiership.
Old enemies become friends: Lou Richards and Jack Dyer enjoy a lap of the MCG in 1999.
Rupert Betheras dances around an Essendon opponent on ANZAC Day 2001.
Gavin Crosisca and Athas Hrysoulakis pose for the News Limited cameras ahead of their debut in round one, 1987.
2015 marks a century since the day of the ANZAC landing in Gallipoli in 1915.
The 1972 Brownlow Medal, as won by Collingwood champion Len Thompson. Photo: Sarah Muling.
Tony Shaw coaches in a 1999 match.
Port Adelaide legend John Cahill became the first man to arrive from outside Victoria and coach at Victoria Park.
Nathan Buckley in action during the 20/20 Tsunami cricket match between Melbourne and Collingwood at Junction Oval on January 30, 2005.
The Britannia Football Club in 1891.
The incident that led to Gordon Coventry's suspension, as Richmond players come in to remonstrate (Reference The Official Collingwood Illustrated Encyclopedia by Michael Roberts and Glenn McFarlane).
Murray Weideman the coach.
Neil Mann the coach.
The suburb of Collingwood, from the Town Hall Tower - date unknown.
Lou Richards farewells fans.
Shane O'Bree showcases Collingwood's pre-season jumper circa 2001-2004 in the third round of the 2001 Ansett Cup against North Melbourne at Colonial Stadium.
Darren Millane in the rooms after a match in 1991.
Ranald Macdonald promotes 'The New Magpies' in 1982.
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