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Michael Ford (Australian footballer)

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Full name  Michael Ford
Years  Club

Height/Weight  183 cm / 85 kg
Original team(s)  Bairnsdale
Name  Michael Ford
Date of birth  (1962-10-11) 11 October 1962 (age 53)

1985-1991 1992 Total -  Footscray St Kilda

Michael Ford (born 11 October 1962) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Footscray and St Kilda in the Victorian/Australian Football League (VFL/AFL).

Ford, a defender from Bairnsdale, was already 22 when he started his AFL career. He played finals in his first year and appeared in a further six seasons for Footscray. St Kilda secured his services in the 1992 Pre-season Draft, with pick 10, but he would only play two senior games for his new club.

He spent the next stage of his career at Sandringham and was a member of their 1992 premiership side.

In 1994 he coached Oakleigh, in what would be their final season in the Victorian Football Association. A knee injury forced him to retire as a player.

He coached Springvale to a premiership in 1995, when they defeated his former club Sandringham in the grand final. Despite this he was sacked as coach and replaced by Brad Gotch.


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