In a Tragician exclusive, it can be revealed that Australian scientists have been collecting evidence of a baffling new syndrome: Post Seasonal Affective Disorder.
While the garden-variety Seasonal Affective Disorder has been well documented as afflicting general members of the community when they experience the transition to the winter months, there has been a burgeoning trend in its little-known football-related variant.
Neil Anderson, who was at the MCG in 1954 as a seven year old, has shared with us his wonderful memories:
This is not a dream...this actually did happen.
These recollections of that famous day in September 1954 are as much about my family as actually watching the match. Particularly about my father and his influence on his seven-year-old son.
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The Tragician blog began in 2013 as a way of recording what it is like to barrack for a perennially unsuccessful team - the AFL team, the Western Bulldogs.