This week it is a therapy session as we unleash our pent up frustration at the players, coaches - in fact just about everyone.
Peter Bosustow is one of the greats of the Carlton Football Club. He thrilled audiences with his football and tonight he entertains us on Carlton Live. We talk about his days at Carlton, the early exit back to Perth to look after his father and the attempt to get back to Carlton in the mid 80's.
We chat about modern day football and what he would fix with the current team.
His pride of the jumper and love of the love is unparalleled and there is one section where he talks so passionately that is leaves us speechless.
In the words of our fans: "Timeless listening to him", "Best I’ve seen relating anything Carlton. Loved how he thought exactly like I do but as a club legend."
From the Buzz himself: "Really enjoyed that, best I've done."
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The preseason is over, including for us: Jon and Trev at Carlton Live. We talk about pre-season matches and the learnings. Caro's comments about Clarkson are addressed - whilst sensationalist, they point to the nature of the AFL business. If we dont make finals, what happens? We look at the upcoming game against the tigers and discuss the starting 22. 2 major announcements - listen for more!
Carlton Live welcomes Nic Wishart and Shannon Gore from the Carlton Cheer Squad to do their own show called The Heatley End. Episode 1 talks about their journeys as Carlton supporters, members and cheer squad stalwarts. They also delve into the season that was, list management, trades and AFLW. Very entertaining show by two exceedingly knowledgeable and personable Carlton people. It was a privelege to listen to them and have them don the Carlton Live guernsey.
Carlton Live Tony DeBolfo interview. As we enter stage 4 lockdown, we were blessed to chat to Tony, a journalist, writer and Carlton historian. Tony takes us through his families journey to Australia and how they came to be in love with the Carlton Football Club. We hear about Tony's experience with the club, players and officials as he recounts stories spanning decades. Compelling viewing and listening. Trev and JR didnt speak much - we were so enthralled.
The positives of the North game were that we won "Ugly". Good teams find a way to win when they are playing poor football. JR has a rant about the second quarter and the state of umpiring - not necessarily with criticism aimed at the umpires themselves. We look back at what we loved about the game with an emphasis on the wave of young players such as Setterfield, Kennedy, Cuningham, Walsh. We also talk again about how good a footballer Lachie Plowman is - and finally getting some credit outside of the club. Trevor has a rant about how ill informed supporters are quick to jump on players.
Carlton Live: It was a heartbreaking loss in the final stages against Port Adelaide We were all a bit flat. JR explains why he is not 100% crazy and why he thinks that Carlton is the real deal. Special guest Greg Oyeah from WA.
Carlton Live: Winners are Grinners. We rejoice after an emphatic win against the Bulldogs on Sunday. So much to like. Is this the turning point for the club?
Carlton Live: We review the win against Geelong down at the Cattery and have a wonderful guest Kate Jesaulenko. Even though it was a heart stop finish, on reflection it is a massive achievement to go down to Geelong and take the four points. We talk through our best players and how we gelled as a team - particularly in that first quarter. We talk about our best ball movers, the genius of the move of Jack Martin into the middle and all aboard the Plowman bandwagon.