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Magpies superstar Jordan De Goey gets out with mysterious woman at Collingwood Mad Monday party

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Collingwood superstar Jordan De Goey steps out with mystery woman as Magpies’ Mad Monday party goes on into the wee hours at one of Melbourne’s trendiest clubs

  • Magpies teammates celebrated the club’s great year at two locations in Melbourne
  • The Mad Monday celebration started at noon and continues at midnight
  • Midfielder Jordan De Goey was seen laughing with a mysterious woman in Prahran

Many of Collingwood’s best players proved they have stamina both off and on the pitch, as they put their heartbreaking one-point loss to Sydney in the Preliminary Finals behind them by this week at the team’s Mad Monday party. to go to extremes.

Stars like Jordan De Goey, Scott Pendlebury, Steele Sidebottom, Nathan Murphy, Brayden Maynard and Beau McCreery kicked off the festivities Wednesday afternoon at the Osbourne Hotel in South Yarra, some in fancy dress.

Murphy stood out with a cowboy hat, single-lens sunglasses and a very old-fashioned combination of shorts and sandals, while other big names like McCreery, Josh Carmichael, John Noble and Patrick Lipinski came dressed in bizarre clothes, with slouchy socks showing up. are a common theme.

Nathan Murphy (center) took the daggy dress code theme seriously, even sporting single-lens sunglasses, when he joined teammates including Josh Carmichael (right) at the Osbourne Hotel in South Yarra on Wednesday. Dazzling socks were a common theme

Pies star Jordan De Goey was spotted with a mysterious brunette as the team stepped into the trendy Electric Ladyland club on Chapel Street

Pies star Jordan De Goey was spotted with a mysterious brunette as the team stepped into the trendy Electric Ladyland club on Chapel Street

The footy bad boy (right) was seen chatting with a bouncer outside the venue

Earlier this month, Western Bulldogs star Zaine Cordy had to be carried to a taxi by his teammates who looked much worse for wear, but there were no such shenanigans among the Magpies as they enjoyed a well-deserved celebration after an incredible season.

Several members of the team started after dark and moved to the hip nightclub Electric Ladyland on the famous Chapel Street entertainment strip in Prahran in Melbourne.

Jordan De Goey – who was fashionably dressed, unlike his crazy teammates – was seen in the company of a glamorous brunette around midnight when he joined fellow Magpies, including Brayden Maynard.

He was seen talking to a bouncer along Chapel Street after walking with the unnamed woman, who laughed while in his company.

Steele Sidebottom (in cap) was another player who came dressed to impress

Steele Sidebottom (in cap) was another player who came dressed to impress

De Goey (second from left) and Beau McCreery (right) walk into the pub as the party begins

De Goey (second from left) and Beau McCreery (right) walk into the pub as the party starts

No crazy socks, cowboy hats or broken sunglasses for Brayden Maynard (left) and De Goey, who looked sharp during the party into the wee hours

No crazy socks, cowboy hats or broken sunglasses for Brayden Maynard (left) and De Goey, who looked sharp during the party into the wee hours

It has been a year of ups and downs for the extremely talented midfielder, who was one of the best on the team but also became the focus of one of the biggest scandals of the year when he was filmed trying to cut the chest of a woman during a wild session at a Bali nightclub during his mid-season break.

As a result, he got a new contract with Collingwood and was fined $25,000, but he put all that behind him as he played a key role in clinching one big final spot win.

The players backed up after enjoying the Brownlow medal ceremony on Sunday night, when Jack Crisp and Nick Daicos topped the team count by 11 votes each, followed by De Goey with 10.

The Magpies’ crushing one-point loss to the Swans in the preliminary final at the SCG last Saturday marked the end of a season that saw them defy critics who thought they would be lucky to make the top eight under new coach Craig McRae.

McRae was named Coach of the Year for leading the club from 17th on the ladder in 2023 to a fourth place few experts saw coming.

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