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Invitation: An evening with Phil Carman

June 16, 2017 12:20 PM

'Fabulous Phil' Carman played just 66 games in his four years at Victoria Park, but his explosive talents and ability to attract headlines have ensured him a place as one of the most fascinating and colourful footballers of his era.

'Fabulous Phil' Carman played just 66 games in his four years at Victoria Park, but his explosive talents and ability to attract headlines have ensured him a place as one of the most fascinating and colourful footballers of his era.

Collingwood Forever presents An Evening with Phil Carman

The mercurial skills. 

The controversies.

The white boots.

The career that thrilled, captivated and frustrated Collingwood fans like few others. 

'Fabulous Phil' Carman played just 66 games in his four years at Victoria Park, but his explosive talents and ability to attract headlines have ensured him a place as one of the most fascinating and colourful footballers of his era.

Now, to coincide with the release of his long-awaited biography, Carman will speak to the Magpie Army at a special Collingwood Forever function to be held on Tuesday June 27.

Club historian and author Michael Roberts will interview Phil, and audience members will also get the chance to hit the 1975 Copeland Trophy winner with questions of their own.

Phil will also be available to sign copies of his new book, ‘Fabulous Phil’, which will be on sale on the night. 

Entry to the event is free, but you have to register to attend - and entry is limited to the first 150 respondents

Please click here to confirm your attendance. The club will be in contact with these respondents once their details have been confirmed.

What: Collingwood Forever Presents: Phil Carman 
When: Tuesday 27 June 
Time: 6.00pm TBC
Where: The Glasshouse lecture theatre (located next to the Holden Centre)
Cost: Free, but registration is necessary

Click here to read Carman’s profile on Collingwood Forever.