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In 1966, Kevin Sheedy played his first game of senior football in the VFA, the Two-Blues going on to win the flag.
As well as celebrating that victory with his team-mates from that time, Sheeds is also celebrating his first 50 years in senior football: a career that has included more premierships in the VFL/AFL as a player and coach.
As part of the celebrations, Kevin has produced a limited edition commemorative magazine containing not just his reflections on the past 50 years but his always insightful views on the game now, and into the future.
There’s advice for coaches on how to win a grand final; there’s Kevin’s unique way to getting rid of tanking, or the possibility of tanking, from the game forever.
And as a bonus Kevin has included photographs from the personal gallery of 50,000 pictures he has snapped from all over the world.
When you purchase the magazine from this website, it will come autographed by Kevin.
He will customise to autograph for you, or for a friend or loved one.
In his first 50 years in senior Australian football, Kevin Sheedy has helped change the game in so many ways - by embracing Aboriginal footballers, by urging administrators to increase the number of players on the bench, by developing block-buster games like the Anzac Day match between Essendon and Collingwood, by helping set up an AFL team in the western suburbs of Sydney.
These are achievements worth celebrating.
You can join in those celebrating by purchasing your copy of this limited edition commemorative magazine.