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    The Bulldog Heritage book

    This excellent production was launched at the Hall of Fame event. You can purchase your copy at Etihad on Sunday at the Bulldog Shop located at gate 7. This full colour, high quality book presents the history of the Footscray/ Western Bulldogs Football Club in the words of 90 former players. Read about the people, events and milestones that make up our club's history, as told by the players who experienced them all first-hand.
    Available in both hard back or a prestigious leather bound collector's edition.
    This is the first book in a series, produced under the guidance of former Club Brownlow Medallist and 5 times best and fairest winner, John Schultz.
    Consisting of 370 pages this is a truly great publication. Also available from Bulldog Central at the Club.

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Sounds good so........

    How much is it?

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Thanks NBP, I'm pretty keen to get one of these. Any idea of the cost?
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by G-Mo77 View Post
    Sounds good so........

    How much is it?
    Quote Originally Posted by dfa4pm View Post
    Thanks NBP, I'm pretty keen to get one of these. Any idea of the cost?
    The cost of hard back is $69.95 with a members discount of 10%.

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggety Back Pocket View Post
    The cost of hard back is $69.95 with a members discount of 10%.
    Thanks for the info.

    Sounds affordable. I'll take a peek on Sunday and make the decision then.

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    I got my copy yesterday, fantastic book. Highly recommended for all bulldog lovers.


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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Love the cover but as much as I thought Stevie Power was a ripper, he's in some pretty decent company there with EJ, Charlie, Hawk, Allan Hopkins and Jack Collins.

    Who's the guy in the top left hand corner?

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by Sockeye Salmon View Post
    Love the cover but as much as I thought Stevie Power was a ripper, he's in some pretty decent company there with EJ, Charlie, Hawk, Allan Hopkins and Jack Collins.

    Who's the guy in the top left hand corner?
    Without certainty it looks like Arthur Olliver

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc26 View Post
    Without certainty it looks like Arthur Olliver
    I actually thought top left was Jack Collins.

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by mighty_west View Post
    I actually thought top left was Jack Collins.
    Jack Collins is the bottom middle shot

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    How does Leon Cameron get half a face on before Chris Grant?
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc26 View Post
    Without certainty it looks like Arthur Olliver
    I reckon you're right there Doc26.
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    I think this might be a great read and will definitely have a look on Sunday - thanks for posting the info!
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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by dfa4pm View Post
    How does Leon Cameron get half a face on before Chris Grant?
    What does make this book different is that it is not at all focussed on the greats but as much on the lesser lights which makes it all the more interesting. Based on this the representation of greats on the front cover is a little misleading if you get my drift i.e. could easily have had say a Stuey Magee's shot on the front.

    It really is a worthwhile read. I got as much if not more out of the stories from those players I barely knew of than those of the higher profile players although I did enjoy Rick Kennedy's story.

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    Re: The Bulldog Heritage book

    Quote Originally Posted by Sockeye Salmon View Post

    Who's the guy in the top left hand corner?
    Quote Originally Posted by Doc26 View Post
    Without certainty it looks like Arthur Olliver

    Marty McDonnell?


    Actually I'm pretty sure that I'm thinking of somebody else that I always get confused with Marty Mcdonell, Johnny Hoiles maybe? Or John Jillard.

    I dont think it's Arthur Olliver though.
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