Which you can do here. It is published by Slattery Media Group to whom I say: sorry I scanned your pics guys, but they have been reproduced for review purposes, pretty much.
|Essendon's star full forward John Coleman leaves the tribunal, after last home and away round of 1951 season. He had just been suspended for four weeks for striking, and would miss the Grand Final. Essendon lost by two goals. Shortly after this picture was taken "the impact of the rush of the large waiting crowd hurled Coleman against a traffic signal-box. He struck his head and collapsed on the pavement. He was eventually assisted into one of his friend's cars." Coleman played only 98 VFL matches but averaged 5.48 goals per game.|
|Johnny Greening of Collingwood is carried off after being felled behind play by St Kilda's Jim O'Dea, 1972. His teammates feared that he was dead. Previously an out-and-out champion, he didn't play football again until 1974, and only played another 9 games before leaving the VFL.|