Summertime at Stereo Stories – The Footy Almanac

Stereo Stories, a partner site of The Footy Almanac, is all about music and memoir. Lately the site has featured several stories by Almanackers, including

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Why Footy is Attractive for a Japanese Bloke – The Footy Almanac

G'Day footy and sport lovers,. As I have mentioned you in the previous article, today I would like to write about art in footy and more. AFL is very unique and interesting

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A media release from the Fans’ Association. Your thoughts?

Following the AFLFA's 2014 campaign against variable ticketing, awful scheduling, inflated food prices and the general corporatisation of football, the AFL has acted to improve the situation for footy diehards. Its 2015 draw is ...

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The Footy Almanac Podcast Episode 22 – Jack Styring

... and he truly is one of the legends of the Australian Turf.

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Speed, racer – The Footy Almanac

I was a kid. I loved Speed Racer. There were crashes and explosions

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AFL Round 8 – Monday Night Footy: What happens?

Ol Mate Gil will refer to Monday night football as being a stunning success, (“the crowd exceeded our expectations” will most likely be the line) despite the fact that channel 7 – who just love the footy , apparently – went with ...

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AFL Round 6: The visiting Jacksons take in as much footy (two …

And there was so much footy to watch! We started with the traditional Pies-Bombers game on ANZAC Day at the MCG, immediately followed by an NRL game at the next door AAMI Park between the Storm and the Warriors ...

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Marathoning the Rotterdam – The Footy Almanac

“I came here six weeks ago and caught up with the people of Rotterdam and saw the track. I promised them that I would win, so, it is good to win. It is good to win and to get a good time.” Eliud Kipchoge in an interview with ...

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Aesop’s AFL: The footy competition that laid golden eggs

There was once a man who had a marvellous goose that laid golden eggs.

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Uncertain (personal) corridors – The Footy Almanac

It's Saturday night and I'm at the South Yarra Cricket Club, looking through the balcony window at the beautiful oval as the light fades. I'm listening to Gideon Haigh as he responds to Gerard Whateley's warm and welcoming  ..

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