One of many from that era who was too good for the seconds, not good enough for firsts. Wore number 10 before Mick Egan.I remember a player called Peter Munro who played in long sleeves (late 70's- early 80's). He had the nickname seagull because his eyesight was that bad he went up for a mark one day, but he was trying to mark a seagull flying past, not the ball, which was down the other end of the ground. I think he played mostly under Royce Hart, and was a forward.
Neil Bristow is a top bloke, Loves the BulldogsI can't erase Bill Berry, Ross Christensen, Neil Bristow, Bill Berry, Alistair Ford and Jim McCalister from my memory, including games they all wore long sleeves in. What's your psychologist's phone number?
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