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Charlie Curnow not haunted by poor September showing for Carlton Blues

Curnow’s brother, Ed, who retired at the end of last season, was in the leadership group for the club for four years between 2016 and 2020 and Curnow joked he’s slotting in as a replacement.

“I get to give energy [to the group] because they give you so much energy, and as a group, we have a lot of fun but then we know when to crack in and have a serious, serious, serious time, obviously, with football,” Curnow said.

“When we enter that football field, I know they’ve got my back and that’s the greatest part about playing a team sport.

“Ed played like that for a long time and it was funny, he was on his way out and I took his position.”

Curnow said while getting the gong as the competition’s leading goalkicker was nice, he’d rather stop Collingwood from going back-to-back than win a third straight Coleman Medal.

“I mean, that’s sort of nice [back-to-back Colemans]…

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