One for All: The Story of the Hawthorn Football Club
"The story behind the Club's 1991 premiership and the end of the most successful era in the modern history of the game, featuring candid interviews with Dermott Brereton, Gary Ayres, Chris Langford and John Platten. The first comprehensive account of the most bruising chapter in the Club's history: how Hawthorn came close to losing its separate identity in 1996, only to be saved by the Operation Payback campaign led by legendary skipper Don Scott. The Ian Dicker era, from good to great, with a volunteer workforce brought a new meaning to membership and planning for the future. After 100 years at Glenferrie Oval the Club moves its headquarters to elite training and administration facilities at Waverley Park. The inside account of how the Alastair Clarkson blueprint evolved and was implemented, including the critical role played by Jason Dunstall." --Publisher.
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