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Published

September 2009

Format

Softcover

Pages

100

ISBN

9780980597325

Size

300 x 215 x 5 mm

Weight

503 g

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Geelong Cats - True Champions

The official souvenir magazine details the Geelong Cats’ magnificent win over St Kilda in the 2009 AFL Grand Final, a victory that confirmed Geelong as one of the greatest teams of the modern era.
The 100-page commemorative publication features superb photographs of each player, accompanied by a snapshot of their contribution, plus a host of other images from the game. It also incudes essays detailing the Cats’ 2009 season and how president Frank Costa and CEO Brian Cook helped rebuild a club on its knees into a modern power. There’s also a quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Grand Final, a review of each of Geelong’s 2009 matches and key statistics from the season.
This is a must-have for all Geelong fans.

The official souvenir magazine details the Geelong Cats’ magnificent win over St Kilda in the 2009 AFL Grand Final, a victory that confirmed Geelong as one of the greatest teams of the modern era.

The 100-page commemorative publication features superb photographs of each player, accompanied by a snapshot of their contribution, plus a host of other images from the game. It also incudes essays detailing the Cats’ 2009 season and how president Frank Costa and CEO Brian Cook helped rebuild a club on its knees into a modern power. There’s also a quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Grand Final, a review of each of Geelong’s 2009 matches and key statistics from the season.

This is a must-have for all Geelong fans.

Editor

Geoff Slattery

A successful journalist, author, restaurateur and consultant, Geoff Slattery has more than 35 years’ experience in publishing. He worked as a journalist for 20 years on Melbourne’s major metropolitan dailies and was sports editor of the Melbourne Herald and The Sunday Age. In 1991, he co-founded the Text Media Group and, in 1995, he founded The Slattery Media Group – the official publisher for the Australian Football League. He also established five highly rated restaurants across Melbourne (including the Italy 1 group) and is the author of two cookery books.

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