THE SEASON CONTINUES!!!!
All your 2018 info is available here
Playing List - check out all the latest player stats
Milestones coming up throughout the season
AND OUR CURRENT LEGEND TURNS 300!!!!
PAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK - 68!A brilliant, flamboyant, two-time Premiership player for Carlton during the Barassi years in the ‘swingin’ sixties,’ John William Crosbie Goold became almost as famous for his dapper appearance off the field, as for his exploits on it. At the height of his football career, he was also a prominent ladies fashion designer – which led to him being dubbed ‘Mr Elegance’ by leading football commentator Lou Richards. Supporters and team-mates however, called him ‘Rags’ or ‘Ragsy,’ because of his involvement in the clothing, or ‘rag’ trade.
Goold first came under notice as an outstanding junior athlete at Melbourne Grammar School. A true all-round sportsman, he shone at tennis, athletics, football and cricket. He was also a keen horseman who loved the game of polo and the rough and tumble of fox hunting. While at school he was a fervent Melbourne supporter, but strangely, never had much confidence in his football ability. “If I thought I was good enough, I would certainly have gone to Melbourne,” he said many years later. “But I honestly didn’t think I would ever amount to anything in this game. Cricket and tennis were the games that really interested me.’ However, after graduating from MGS, Goold went home to Healesville to star in the Bloods’ 1962 Yarra Valley Football Association Premiership team – an achievement that brought tempting offers from more than one VFL club.
50 YEARS SINCE THE 1968 DROUGHT BREAKER FLAG!!!!
To read Ragsy's story, click HERE.
Past Player of the Week Archive
Meet the new players on Carlton’s list
|Tom de Koning||Paddy Dow|
|Jarrod Garlett||Darcy Lang|
|Matthew Kennedy||Matthew Lobbe|
|Cillian McDaid||Aaron Mullett|
|Lochie O'Brien||Cam O'Shea|
|Angus Schumacher||Matt Shaw|
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Within the Blueseum you will find thousands of pictures and video clips of the players, the people, the games and the grounds that have made the Old Dark Navy Blues of Carlton one of Australia’s greatest sporting clubs.
There are lots of historically significant shots as well, like this wonderful 2001 image of a young Jack Silvagni at training with his dad, Carlton’s Full-Back of the Century, Stephen Silvagni.
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Since 2006, this website has been produced by a dedicated group of volunteers who spend their free time delving into and recording the history of the Carlton Football Club. The site is based on the wiki concept (think of wikipedia) where registered users are able to create and edit content independently.
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