What's so funny?

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Penguin Group Australia, Jul 28, 2010 - Humor - 288 pages
The perfect Fathers' Day present for a footy fan - a joke book that has the favourite joke of your favourite player!
Kevin Sheedy, ex-champion player,four-time premiershipcoach with the Bombers and now the first coach of the Greater Western Sydney team, has collected Australia's best jokes. Why? Because he believes humour is good for us, and a joke book could help to get people reading. Apercentage of the profits from this book will go to the Indigenous Literacy Project.
Thiscollectionhas jokes from AFL players, footy fans and the odd taxi driver.
 

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About the author (2010)

KevinSheedy isone of the AFL's most enduring figures. Known for coaching Essendon for an amazing twenty-six years and playing for Richmond for twelve years, Sheeds holds the AFL record for the most games as player or coach- over 100 games and eight premierships.

During his coaching career, Sheedy became known for encouraging and promoting many Indigenous AFL players, including Michael Long, Gavin Wanganeen, Cockatoo Collins, Dean Rioli, Nathan Lovett-Murray and Patrick Rydar. Today Sheedy is a supporter of the Indigenous Literacy Project, aimed at raising literacy levels among Australia's Indigenous population.

Sheedy is an AFL ambassador,member ofthe AFL's Hall of Fame,Legend of the Essendon Football Cluband was nominated as Australian Thinker of the Year. In 1998 he became a Member of the Order of Australia in recognition of his services to sport and the community. In 200 he won Coach of the Year and in 2003 he was awarded the Centenary Medal.

The author of seven books,Sheedycurrentlywrites for the Herald-Sun, runs corporate presentationsand is rumoured to be coaching the AFL's newest team, based in Sydney.

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