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PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Barry Mulcair

Some men, it is said, are born to greatness; while others have greatness thrust upon them. In a football sense, it is hard to deny that Barry Mulcair’s career at Carlton fitted squarely into the latter category. At first a reluctant recruit for the Blues, he changed his mind at precisely the right time, and etched his name into club history when he was a member of Carlton’s celebrated 1970 Premiership team in just his thirteenth senior game.

Barry Mulcair shoots out a handpass - 1970 Grand Final.jpg

To read Barry's story, click HERE.

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What value is history, what price is a picture.... this article by longstanding Blueseum contributor Miles Wilks, explores recent finds and great images from the past. Journey through an amazing array of pictures and some of the mystery behind what they are showing. Enjoy the read HERE

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1984 - Kernahan set-back for Glenelg (09/08/84).
Darren Hulme.

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