under 15’s footy , getting smashed by Marist college me and Tommy K , after getting so little action on the ball as a pigeon pair tucked in the forward pockets would pick up dirt and mud and camouflage our knees into action to not embarrass ourselves at the end of the game
I wanna know what magick reversal techniques Geelong used to pull this one off...
"For many years the Geelong Football Club were known as the Pivotonians , after the city's nickname 'The Pivot'. Seagulls was also an earlier nickname. The dark blue and white hooped uniform still worn today represents the blue water of Corio Bay and the white seagulls so numerous in the Bay. Geelong was nicknamed the 'Cats' in 1923 after a run of losses prompted a local cartoonist [Sam Wells] to suggest that the club needed a black cat to bring it good luck. Soon after, during a match a black cat ventured on to the ground. Geelong won that match, breaking the losing streak. Geelong has ever since been known as the Cats." - Geelong FC wiki
"Soon after, an entrepreneur started selling enamel button badges, with a black cat image, at games.
The magic may have worked: Geelong won four games in a row, and the buttons were such a hit that the club board complained about illegal merchandise." - Carolyn Webb , The Age, September 6, 2019
anyone noticed any magnetic pole reversal vibes passing through 'The Pivot'?
September 24, 2005. Eagles v Swans in the grandy, and also my 12th birthday. My Dad and I went to watch the game at my Aunt and Uncles house and I spent the entire walk there playing the team song out loud from my Samsung MP3 player and spent the entire walk home crying.