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Vale Mike Kostos

All involved with the Melbourne Football Club were saddened to hear of the death of G N (Mike) Kostos. A part of the club community for over fifty years – particularly through Coterie – Mike filled a number of roles. Chairman of Coterie between 1979 and 1981, he also served

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Vale Graeme Watson

All involved with the Melbourne Football Club Past and Present Players’ and Officials’ Association were saddened to hear of the recent death of Graeme Watson. Hailing from Ormond Amateurs, Watson played 18 games for Melbourne throughout 1964 and 1965, wearing No. 17. He made a steady transition from football to

Vale Graham Simpson

All involved with the Melbourne Football Club were extremely saddened to hear of the recent death of Graham Simpson. Made a Life Member in 1974, Graham was one of a much valued crew, working with the club as a Property Steward from the late 1950s. He remained a devoted supporter

Vale Peter Hamilton

It was with much sadness that all involved with the Melbourne Football Club heard of the recent passing of past player, Peter ‘Hamma’ Hamilton. Originally from Ulverstone in Tasmania, Hamilton played 52 games for Melbourne between 1976 and 1983, wearing  No. 30 throughout his senior career.  He went on to

Vale Frank “bluey” Adams

1953 to 1964Heritage Number – 749Premierships – 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964Guernsey Numbers – 6 (1955 to 1964); 41 (1953 and 1954)164 games, 180 goals Renowned for being one of the fastest footballers of all time, Adams holds a supreme record, playing in six premierships with the Melbourne Football