Demons fan Colin Tyrus is speaking with Melbourne Football Club history buff Adam Woolcock about the club’s chances of its first Premiership since 1964. Adam’s book The Last Hurrah looks at the story of Melbourne’s last winning Grand Final, and the fall from grace that has left the club without a premiership since. Photo: Melbourne Football Club colours on RocksaltRead more
The world’s most biased sporting segment took on a sombre tone at times when Demons supporters Colin Tyrus and Adam Woolcock from demonwiki.org discussed the end of Melbourne Football Club’s finals campaign.
Even Chopin’s famous Funeral March gets a brief airing on 88.3 Southern FM’s “A Newsman and his Music” program just ahead of the midday news on Monday 24 September 2018.
On Monday 17 September 2018, the world’s most biased sports segment stepped up another gear to report on the latest chapter in the Melbourne Football Club’s long-awaited revival.
Join Adam Woolcock and Colin Tyrus as they indulge in some Deesgraceful one-eyed reporting about their team’s victory over Hawthorn and their preparations for the preliminary final against West Coast.
Young footballers go through a strict training regime during the AFL season, and the hard work continues in the lead up to the finals. But the players also need to relax.
For some young Demons, there’s nothing like a few hours of PlayStation action with team mates, as Christian Salem explained to Colin Tyrus on “A Newsman and his Music” – Mondays 10 AM to Midday 88.3 Southern FM.
Christian Salem also speaks about his junior football career, his schooldays at Brighton Grammar and his love of the Melbourne Football Club.
When your football club makes the AFL finals for the first time in 12 years that’s cause to celebrate. In this sports segment, Colin Tyrus talks to fellow Demons supporter Adam Woolcock about the Melbourne Football Club’s chances of securing its first Premiership since 1964.
Adam is the man behind demonwiki.org and the author of the book “The Great Deepression”. In this audio from “A Newsman and his Music” on 27 August 2018, you’ll hear the players sing the club song after the previous days victory over Greater Western Sydney. Go Dees!