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The Border Mail
Mann, look who’s comingcoach following the 1979 merger, Peter Chisnall, will also be guests on the day
Mann, look who’s coming
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
coach following the 1979 merger, Peter Chisnall, will also be guests on the day. DEMON CHAMPIONS: "Hassa" Mann and Ron Barassi at a Melbourne match in 2014. Picture: GETTY IMAGES The Roos will wear a commemorative jumper bearing the RFC... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legenddown, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legend
Adelaide Now / Posted 25 days ago
down, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck-rover of all time behind Melbourne champion Ron Barassi and Fitzroy’s Kevin Murray, according to a 1971 poll. He was the captain in ­Carlton’s centenary year, 1964,... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legenddown, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legend
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
down, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck-rover of all time behind Melbourne champion Ron Barassi and Fitzroy’s Kevin Murray, according to a 1971 poll. He was the captain in ­Carlton’s centenary year, 1964,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legenddown, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legend
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
down, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck-rover of all time behind Melbourne champion Ron Barassi and Fitzroy’s Kevin Murray, according to a 1971 poll. He was the captain in ­Carlton’s centenary year, 1964,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legenddown, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legend
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
down, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck-rover of all time behind Melbourne champion Ron Barassi and Fitzroy’s Kevin Murray, according to a 1971 poll. He was the captain in ­Carlton’s centenary year, 1964,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legenddown, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck
Serge follows Stephen as a Blues legend
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
down, the kid born around the corner established himself as the third best ruck-rover of all time behind Melbourne champion Ron Barassi and Fitzroy’s Kevin Murray, according to a 1971 poll. He was the captain in ­Carlton’s centenary year, 1964,... Read more
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The North West Star
Serge Silvagni joins list of Blues' legendsremains one of the finest on-ball brigades to have played the game. Silvagni h
Serge Silvagni joins list of Blues' legends
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
remains one of the finest on-ball brigades to have played the game. Silvagni had the one season – 1964 – as captain before Ron Barassi joined as captain-coach, and he would claim his second best and fairest in the premiership year of '68. He would... Read more
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Perth Now
From 0-4 to premiers? Cable’s Roos did ita big job in front of them, but it’s not insurmountable. It can be achieved.”
From 0-4 to premiers? Cable’s Roos did it
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
a big job in front of them, but it’s not insurmountable. It can be achieved.” North Melbourne footballer Barry Cable with Ron Barassi. COMEBACK KINGS -North Melbourne opened the 1975 season with four straight losses, by an average of 24... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
From 0-4 to premiers? Cable’s Roos did ita big job in front of them, but it’s not insurmountable. It can be achieved.”
From 0-4 to premiers? Cable’s Roos did it
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
a big job in front of them, but it’s not insurmountable. It can be achieved.” North Melbourne footballer Barry Cable with Ron Barassi. COMEBACK KINGS -North Melbourne opened the 1975 season with four straight losses, by an average of 24... Read more
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