Sam Newman

John Noel William "Sam" Newman (born 22 December 1945) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Geelong Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL).

A talented and athletic player who served his apprenticeship under Graham "Polly" Farmer, Newman became Geelong's main ruckman after Farmer departed at the end of 1967. He overcame a number of serious injuries during his career to become the first Geelong player to reach 300 senior VFL games.

After retiring in 1980, Newman served as a specialist ruck coach at various AFL clubs and had a notable media career, particularly with Melbourne-based radio station 3AW and the Nine Network as a panel member of ''The Footy Show'', one of the network's most popular and often controversial programs. Provided by Wikipedia

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