A proud Indigenous history at Freo From Winston Abraham in 1995 to the latest recruit Josh Simpson, Indigenous footballers have played a significant part in the history of the Fremantle Football Club.
They have wowed us with their goals, as Jeff Farmer did on 224 occasions. Who could forget the 'fairy tale' when the 'Wiz' kicked a goal after the siren to ray ban 3217 beat his old side Melbourne at Subiaco Oval in 2002, or 'Winnie' Abraham, who was a goal or mark of the year nomination waiting to happen. It's not just Indigenous forwards who have graced the field for Freo, the club's Indigenous talent has been on display all over the footy field for more than 18 years. Antoni Grover was among the most courageous and passionate defenders to have played the game. Speaking of passion, was there anyone who had more of it than Dale Kickett? The enigmatic 'Prince of Pockets' Scott Chisholm had fans' hearts in mouths with almost every daring dash he ray ban store online made out of defence. In midfield, we have been blessed to see Des Headland hit target after target with his sublime disposal, or Troy ray ban glasses sun Cook burrow into countless packs with complete disregard for his safety. We will never forget Gary Dhurrkay, who played 51 games for the club but was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in Arnhem Land in 2005, aged just 31. The current crop has already provided some great moments and promises many more.
Michael Johnson is one of the best defenders in the league. Stephen Hill is a human highlight reel, while Michael Walters has grown into a quality small forward rayband wayfarer.
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