18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #5 ‘We are the Navy Blues’ | The …

AFL: It's an odd one this.

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18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #7 ‘We Are Geelong’ | The Roar

AFL: The year is 1963 and Geelong Football Club are disappointed. The were knocked out of the VFL in a preliminary final rematch against Carlton the previous.

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18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #6 ‘See the Bombers Fly Up’ | The …

AFL: There seems to be a bit of an ongoing dispute within the larger Essendon camp over who should get credits for writing this one. There was an attempt to.

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18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #8 ‘When the Saints go marching …

AFL: For me it was a very close call between this and the song that will probably make #7, so I've gone with the club that changed more than two or three words.

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18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #9 ‘Good old Collingwood forever …

AFL: As the oldest of the club songs, this one really has a lot to answer for. A chap by the name of Tom Nelson arrived at Collingwood in 1906, played three mat.

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18 footy theme songs in 18 days: #16 ‘The pride of SA’ | The Roar

AFL: Born in France, 1819, Jacques Offenbach was a master cellist, conductor and wrote dozens of operas during his lifetime. Oh how he was adored by the pub.

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