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The Aboriginal soccer tribe : a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game, John Maynard

Label
The Aboriginal soccer tribe : a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game
Title
The Aboriginal soccer tribe
Title remainder
a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game
Statement of responsibility
John Maynard
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A first in sporting literature, this is the largely untold history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game. Maynard examines an important aspect of our nations sporting history
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
ANL
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1954-
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Maynard, John
Dewey number
796.3340994
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Neal, Bondi
  • Perkins, Charles
  • Moriarty, John,
  • Briscoe, Gordon
  • Williams, Harry
  • Wehrman, Kasey
  • North, Jade
  • Dodd, Travis
  • Williams, David
  • Soccer players, Aboriginal Australian
  • Soccer
  • Women soccer players
Label
The Aboriginal soccer tribe : a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game, John Maynard
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Foreword by Gordon Briscoe
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-and index
Contents
Introduction: Soccer in Australia: a brief history -- A personal connection -- Soccer Dreaming: : the Brazilian cultural commection; A sporting introduction; Bondi Neal: The first Aboriginal soccer star; Bondi Neal's brilliant career; A forty-year hiatus -- Against the grain - Charlie Perkins, John Moriarty and Gordon Briscoe -- The Aboriginal socceroos: Harry Williams - "Fancy Nancy"; Tribal soccer growth; Kasey Wehrman - prince of acrobatic goal celebration; Jade North - Biripi pride; The Flying Wing Warrior, Travis Dodd; The explosive firepower of David Williams -- The current crop - emerging talent and unfulfilled expectations : Tahj Minniecon - the young gun; Freddy Agius - The wonder boy; Getting into pole position with Adam Sarota; James Brown - dancing to the soccer beat; Paul Henderson - have gloves will travel; The luckless ones - missed opportunities -- The Aboriginal Matildas - the world game and Indigenous women : Karen Menzies - Aboriginal woman trailblazer; Felicity Huntington - mixing soccer and futsal; Bridgette Starr - most capped Indigenous internation; Kayleen Janssen - the indoor/outdoor international; Belinda Dawney - the late starter; Leanne Edmunson - Captain of the Australian Indoor under 21s; Kyah Simon - skill to burn; Lydia Williams - young and deadly; Other Indigenous women players -- The future - awakening the "sleeping giant" : training programs really get underway; A national, and a united, approach; The cyclones in the Top End; Catching the bus to Mildura United; Tapping the untapped potential; The soccer tribe of the future
Control code
000047429809
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
192 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781921248399
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill., facsims., ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)742574972
Label
The Aboriginal soccer tribe : a history of Aboriginal involvement with the world game, John Maynard
Publication
Note
Foreword by Gordon Briscoe
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-and index
Contents
Introduction: Soccer in Australia: a brief history -- A personal connection -- Soccer Dreaming: : the Brazilian cultural commection; A sporting introduction; Bondi Neal: The first Aboriginal soccer star; Bondi Neal's brilliant career; A forty-year hiatus -- Against the grain - Charlie Perkins, John Moriarty and Gordon Briscoe -- The Aboriginal socceroos: Harry Williams - "Fancy Nancy"; Tribal soccer growth; Kasey Wehrman - prince of acrobatic goal celebration; Jade North - Biripi pride; The Flying Wing Warrior, Travis Dodd; The explosive firepower of David Williams -- The current crop - emerging talent and unfulfilled expectations : Tahj Minniecon - the young gun; Freddy Agius - The wonder boy; Getting into pole position with Adam Sarota; James Brown - dancing to the soccer beat; Paul Henderson - have gloves will travel; The luckless ones - missed opportunities -- The Aboriginal Matildas - the world game and Indigenous women : Karen Menzies - Aboriginal woman trailblazer; Felicity Huntington - mixing soccer and futsal; Bridgette Starr - most capped Indigenous internation; Kayleen Janssen - the indoor/outdoor international; Belinda Dawney - the late starter; Leanne Edmunson - Captain of the Australian Indoor under 21s; Kyah Simon - skill to burn; Lydia Williams - young and deadly; Other Indigenous women players -- The future - awakening the "sleeping giant" : training programs really get underway; A national, and a united, approach; The cyclones in the Top End; Catching the bus to Mildura United; Tapping the untapped potential; The soccer tribe of the future
Control code
000047429809
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
192 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781921248399
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill., facsims., ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)742574972

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