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Vic Chanter

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Born: 26-Jan-1921 (AFL Tables)
Died: 05-Nov-20101
Height: 183cm (AFL Tables)

Career

Player
Alphington Amateurs2
Fitzroy (VFL) 1946-1952 - 108 Games, Goals

Comment


LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS OF 1950-FULL BACKS Percy Taylor

Argus 6-May-1950 P7

VIC. CHANTER, who succeeded Fred. Hughson, now coaching in the country, as Fitzroy's full back, was secured from Melbourne seconds, who lost a good one. Vic. was keen to play at Fitzroy, as his father was a former player.

Vic. trained at Fitzroy when a boy, and was a wing man. He was then only about 10 stone, and was considered too light. Now he is 13 stone and 6 feet. He had his first senior game in 1946, and has now taken part in 54 games.

Early, in his career he was centre half-back, or on the half-back line. Then it was found that full back was his rightful place. He has tons of pace and determination, plays the game hard, and uses his weight fearlessly but fairly. He displays good judgment, too, in deciding whether to go out or to stop in goal, and is excellent in the air.

Vic. is a motor-driver in a Federal Government department. He has a pleasing personality, and is regarded as one of the best club men at Fitzroy. If he has a problem he dis- cusses it with club officials, and does not brood over it. He was married a few months ago.




Other Photos

Card 004 - Vic Chanter - 1948 Kornies Card Source:Australian Football Cards
Card 004 - Vic Chanter - 1948 Kornies Card Source:Australian Football Cards
Vic Chanter - 1953 Kornies Footballers in Action - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
Vic Chanter - 1953 Kornies Footballers in Action - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards


AFL Tables - Vic Chanter
Wikipedia - Vic Chanter



Sources


1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vic_Chanter
2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vic_Chanter



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