Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: Adam Pattison, Adam Simpson, Andrew Eccles, Andrew Ukovic, Angelo Lekkas, Anthony Rocca, Ben Johnson (footballer), Ben McKinley, Blake Caracella, Brad Oborne, Brent Harvey, Brent Stanton, Brett Meredith, Chris Johnson (Australian footballer born 1976), Daniel Currie, Daniel Harford, Danny Morgan (Australian footballer), Danny Stevens (Australian footballer), David Zaharakis, Dylan Grimes, Frank Raso, Gary Moorcroft, Heath Shaw, Jack Anthony (footballer), Jack Grimes (footballer), Jarrod Molloy, Jaryd Cachia, Jim Plunkett (Australian footballer), John Barker (Australian rules footballer), Josh Caddy, Lance Whitnall, Leigh Montagna, Lionel Proctor, Luke Godden, Matthew Collins (Australian rules footballer), Matthew Kreuzer, Michael Hurley (footballer), Michael Polley (footballer), Nick Stevens, Patrick Veszpremi, Paul Licuria, Paul Wheatley, Rhyce Shaw, Ricky Dyson, Robert Powell (footballer), Ryan Jackson (Australian footballer), Ryan Willits, Shane Clayton, Shane Harvey, Shannon Gibson, Simon Prestigiacomo, Stuart Mangin, Tim Walsh (footballer), Tom Hill (Australian footballer), Trent Hoppner. Excerpt: Ricky Dyson, (born 28 September 1985) is an Australian rules footballer currently playing for Essendon in the AFL. Essendon fans often refer to Dyson as "The Quarterback". Drafted at number 44 in the 2003 AFL Draft, Dyson plays mainly as a midfielder. He has struggled to maintain his place in the side due to a combination of inconsistent form and injuries, only playing more than 11 games in a season three times in his eight season career. Having played for the Northern Knights in the TAC Cup, Ricky Dyson was taken in the Australian Football League's 2003 National Draft with the overall pick No. 44, by the Essendon Football Club. He made his debut, aged 18, in Round 3 of the 2004 AFL season, when Essendon played the West Coast Eagles at Docklands Stadium on the 10th of April, under coach Kevin Sheedy, and captain James Hird. Dyson initially found himself to be less active in discussion during team meetings, having come into a playing group that had recently won a premiership, and instead preferred to listen. He would go on to play 11 games in his debut season. Dyson managed to play 10 games in his second season, having been affected by groin soreness. During the pre-season the next year, Dyson was assaulted in Port Melbourne, interrupting his preparation. In addition, he continued to be plagued by groin soreness during the season proper, although he managed to play 10 consecutive games for the first time, finishing the year with 17 games in total. Dyson nonetheless struggled to retain his spot in the senior side, and began to doubt his playing ability as a result. At the end of the 2007 AFL season, Dyson was offered a three-year contract at the Fremantle Football Club—an offer he reluctantly considered, given the stop-start nature of his career at Essendon. At the same time, Sheedy was replaced as coach of Essendon by Matthew Knights, who had previously coached Essendon's VFL affiliate, the Bendigo Bombers. Knights had frequently bolstered Dyson's confidence whenever
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