Great Australian football stories

Great Australian football stories Sports journalist commentator and prolific author Ken Piesse has put together an irresistible anthology of rarely published stories anecdotes and magnificent photographs from the who s who of Austra

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  • Title: Great Australian football stories
  • Author: Ken Piesse
  • ISBN: 9781742487489
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sports journalist, commentator and prolific author Ken Piesse has put together an irresistible anthology of rarely published stories, anecdotes and magnificent photographs from the who s who of Australia s best sports writers, historians and photographers.

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    1. A very thoughtful Father's Day prezzie from my eldest son which I enjoyed immensely. Definitely aimed at the diehard football fan (yup, that's definitely me!). I particularly enjoyed the sections involving Jack Dyer. He called the game as he saw it - often with hilarious results, which had me smiling quietly to myself. The book is full of offbeat and quirky facts and nostalgic stories from a bygone era, as well as insights into modern game from today's players. A thoroughly enjoyable compilation [...]

    2. Only die-harded AFL fans will appreciate the detail.It's a shame this particular fan was not so enthusiastic.

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