T.V Eye is the opening song from the original release of Radios Appear in Australia by Radio Birdman. "What gives" was the opening track from the overseas release and "Aloha Steve & Danno" from the much later remastered album. I love that the Birdman did a Stooges cover. Awesome.
You could probably make that claim for a lot of midfielders.
The difference between most, if not all, other midfielders is that Judd could break open games and win them for the eagles.
Judd still is the only opposition player I would tune in to watch a home and away match when the Blues...
Dangerfield was protecting himself. It was accidental. I suggest that if he had not put up his arm that the inevitable head clash may have resulted in much worse injuries and to both players.
He shouldn't be suspended but he will be.
Yes. I was at the WACA for the 1975-76 series Test and watched as he dismantled a great Aussie attack. From memory he made 169. He was ruthless not pretty.
Just an aside about fast bowlers. Thommo was lightening fast and the fastest I ever saw but that day at the WACA Fredericks was supreme...
I was at a WAFL match in late 1976 (maybe round 19 or 20) at Leederville Oval (then West Perth's home ground) to see West Perth v Claremont.
Mal Brown was the Claremont captain/coach. At the start of the last quarter he used his last replacement player (no interchange in those days). Early on...
I heard that Paine decided to bowl after Smith and Warner convinced him to bowl. If true, then this is just another reason for Smith to not be made Captain when his leadership ban ends. Mind you, Paine should have batted anyway and not been convinced to go against his initial instincts.