Chappy


Chappie is a celebration of the career of much admired AFL footballer, Paul Chapman, and the highs and lows of two of the AFL’s most revered clubs, Geelong and Essendon. Paul Chapman is one of the great players of AFL. Well known for always doing his best in a club (Geelong and then Essendon) both clubs have had their moments of high drama and Paul Chapman has been there.

Paul Chapman, well known for his honesty and forthrightness explores the highs and lows of football through three AFL premierships with Geelong and the turnover of coaches and star players; as well as an end of career experience of Essendon during its lowest ebb and again the extraordinary circumstances with ASADA
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ISBN:

9781743791172

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

300

Dimensions:

23cm x 15cm

Weight:

360g

RRP:

$39.99

Category:

Biography and Memoir , Sport

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 November 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul Chapman

Paul Chapman joined Geelong in 1999, as National Draft pick 31. By 2002 he was in the seniors side along with players like Cameron Ling, Gary Ablett, Stevie Johnson, Jimmy Bartel. The coach was Bomber Thompson and the side was destined for glory.  In 2006 Paul won Best and Fairest over Jimmy Bartel and Gary Ablett. 2007 and Geelong won their first premiership in 44 years, and did so again in 2009 and nearly winning in 2010 the year Paul was

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson is a senior writer at the Herald Sun and radio presenter for sport at 3AW. He has written three books in the past the most recent will be with Rodney Hogg, Speed Thrills.