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Michael Gibson (Australian footballer)

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Full name  Michael Gibson
Years  Club
Place of birth  Queensland
Name  Michael Gibson

Original team(s)  Coorparoo
Role  Footballer
Height/Weight  187 cm / 92 kg
Position  Goalkeeper
Date of birth  (1965-10-31) 31 October 1965 (age 50)

Michael Gibson (born 31 October 1965) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Fitzroy and the Brisbane Bears in the Victorian/Australia Football League (VFL/AFL).

Gibson, a half back flanker, was a Coorparoo premiership player in 1984 and played at Fitzroy the following season. He then returned to Coorparoo in 1986 and participated in another premiership team. A member of Brisbane's inaugural VFL list, he spent five seasons with the club.

Amongst his 15 interstate matches for Queensland were appearances at the 1988 Adelaide Bicentennial Carnival. He had also been an All-Australian junior for his state.

The defender went on to become a QFL coach and had stints at both Coorparoo and Mount Gravatt.

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Michael Gibson (Australian footballer) Wikipedia


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