When was Jesaulenko mark?
The late HSV7 football commentator Michael Williamson – whose emotion-charged call of Alex Jesaulenko’s famous mark over Collingwood ruckman Graeme Jenkin in the 1970 Grand Final is probably as famous as the mark itself – always took delight in reminding ‘Jezza’ of his [Williamson’s] part in it all.
Who did Jesaulenko mark over?
The always-outspoken 300-gamer says the legendary speccy by the Carlton great, taken over Collingwood ruckman Graeme Jenkin in one of footy’s most famous matches, wouldn’t be in the top 50 marks of all-time.
How old is Alex Jesaulenko?
76 years (August 2, 1945)Alex Jesaulenko / Age
Did Alex Jesaulenko play St Kilda?
In 1980 Jesaulenko continued his VFL career with St Kilda, initially just as player, but after coach Mike Patterson was dismissed just two weeks into the season he took up the coaching reins as well. In 15 seasons of league football Alex Jesaulenko played 279 games (256 of them for Carlton).
Who said Jesaulenko you beauty?
His career highlight came four years later in the memorable 1970 grand final between Carlton and Collingwood. As Blues star Alex Jesaulenko flew over Magpie ruckman Graeme “Jerker” Jenkin late in the second quarter, he uttered the famous words, “Jesaulenko, you beauty”.
Who was the last captain coach in the AFL?
Jesaulenko retired as player after Round 8 on 16 May 1981. He was the last person to serve as captain-coach in the VFL; however, Malcolm Blight was a playing coach until Round 16 of the same season but was not captain during this time.
Who was the last captain coach in AFL?
Where was Alex jesaulenko born?
Salzburg, AustriaAlex Jesaulenko / Place of birth
Jesaulenko was born in Salzburg, Austria. His father, Vasil, was Ukrainian and served as a German policeman during World War II.
Who was the last playing coach in the AFL?
Six coaches have won at least one AFL premiership during their current term: Chris Scott in 2011; John Longmire in 2012; Luke Beveridge in 2016; Damien Hardwick in 2017, 2019 and 2020; Adam Simpson in 2018; and Simon Goodwin in 2021….Coaches.
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Who is the most successful AFL coach?
Jock McHale has coached the most premierships, with eight in total.