Lou Richards

Lou Richards

Lewis “Lou“ Richards played 250 games for the Collingwood Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) between 1941 and 1955 and was the most widely known and most loved footballer that Collingwood has ever produced. After his retirement, Lou Richards became a successful and popular media identity, renowned for his wit, passion, and, most particularly, his ‘kiss of death’ tipping. Continue Reading

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Gavin Wanganeen

Gavin Wanganeen is a formerAustralian rules footballer who retired midway through the 2006 season after well in excess of 300 senior games. He was undoubtedly one of the finest and most instantly recognizable footballers of his time. He played for Essendon in the Australian Football League (AFL) and Port Adelaide in both the AFL and the South Australian National Football League (SANFL), winning Continue Reading

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Robert Flower

Robert Flower

Robert Flower was a legend of Australian rules football and known as one of football’s true gentlemen. Flower was supremely gifted, highly effective – one-club footballer for 272 games for the Melbourne football club. Blessed with all the attributes of a born champion, Flower’s particular trademark was his almost implausible evasive ability, a skill which Continue Reading

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Tony Modra

Tony Modra

Anthony ‘Tony’ Modra is a retired Australian rules footballer who played for the Adelaide and Fremantle Football clubs in the 90’s. What made Modra elite was his ability to take a spectacular mark. Modra had the physical strength and size to match the best opposition full-backs in the competition. His speed and ability to launch and take pack Continue Reading

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Albert Collier

Albert Collier, also known as Leeter Collier, was considered one of the greatest centre half back to play the game of Australian rules football. Collier was a tough footballer, at a young age playing against older, bigger bodies he held his own. In 1929 he won a Brownlow as a teenager and mastered every facet of Continue Reading

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