Ted Whitten

Ted Whitten was a legend of the game who played for the Footscray football club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) and is recognised as one of the game’s all-time greatest players. Whitten was a player, coach and media personality for well over a quarter of a century and gave everything he had to the […]

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Ron Barassi

Ronald Barassi Jr  became famous for his illustrious and somewhat legendary career by not just playing but also becoming an extremely successful coach in the VFL/ AFL between the years of 1953 and 1995. His father Ron Barassi Sr, also a an exceptional Australian rules footballer playing for the Melbourne football club reserves, was killed […]

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John Coleman

John Coleman was an Australian rules footballer who played and coached the Essendon football cub in the in the Victorian Football League between the years of 1949 and 1967. He is famous for the namesake of the Coleman Medal, awarded to the AFL player who kicks the most goals during the home and away season […]

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Bob Skilton

Robert “Bob” Skilton was not the tallest Australian rules player but was by far one of the toughest and most skill-full. Skilton was particularly fast and was a master at fooling opponents with dummy’s and side steps, allowing him to evade opponents when necessary. He was always first to the ball and attacked the ball […]

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