Talk:Bernie Quinlan

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the gushing praise tone needs to be waterd down a bit. especially "one of the all-time greats.02:52, 24 January 2006 (UTC)

well he did win a brownlow, two coleman medals and was known as "superboot"
  • He is actually referred to as "one of their all time greats - surely he is! As advised above, brownlow, 2 Coleman medals and nick name of "superboot" for club that did not win another premiership after 1944 until it was forced to merge with Brisbance - more than fair I think. ρ¡ρρµ δ→θ∑ - (waarom? jus'b'coz!) 06:21, 13 February 2006 (UTC)