Geelong players are continuing to revel in their AFL premiership glory with hilarious outfits for the annual Mad Monday celebrations.
A group of Cats arrived in a retirement village van, dressed up as old men complete with grey hair and walking frames.
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Patrick Dangerfield slowly opened the door of the van to reveal Issac ‘Norm’ Smith who promptly fell over. Dangerfield also helped captain Joel Selwood off the bus in what could be the skipper’s final Mad Monday as he weighs up his future.
The team slowly made their way into the Wharf Shed in Geelong to continue the celebrations from their incredible 81-point win over Sydney in the grand final where they fielded the oldest team in VFL/AFL history.
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