One of the fans Darcy Moore glories with after Collingwood wins another nearby one is his more youthful self.
"It's something phenomenal to be a piece of. I was their ally of the wall for quite a bit of my young life and rode each kick,
each objective, each success, each misfortune," he says.
I squeeze myself and ponder 12-year-old me and how siphoned he'd be - and about where I am at this moment."
Moore was to the Magpie estate conceived, yet now and again has appeared to be restrained and impartial about his legacy
His dad, Peter, a Brownlow medallist, and previous commander, roused his adoration for the game and he has forever been pleased with the name.
"It was never something that caused to feel humiliated or apprehensive or restless. It was simply an aspect of my existence."