Mike Richardson (footballer)

Mike Richardson (footballer)

Infobox afl player

firstname = Mike
lastname = Richardson

birthdate = 16 March 1959 [cite web|url=http://footystats.freeservers.com/Daily/MWBdaily.html|title=Footy Stats - Oldest Players 1990|year=2007|accessdate=2007-09-25] .
birthplace = Western Australia
originalteam = Swan Districts Football Club (WAFL) (1978-82)
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dead = alive
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debutdate = Round 1, 1983
debutteam = Essendon
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playingteams = AFL Collingwood (1983-86 60 games) AFL Essendon (1986 15 games) AFL Brisbane (1987-90 81 games) WAFL Swan Districts (1981-83 and 1991-93 141 games)WAFL West Perth (1994)

AFL/WAFL/State 300+ games (1978-1994)
coach = notcoach
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*Premiership Player (WAFL) 1982
*WA State Team 1980,1981,1982,1983,1984,1985,1988,1992
*All Australian 1983 [cite web|url=http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/r.htm#Michael%20Richardson%20(Swan%20Districts,%20Collingwood,%20Essendon,%20Brisbane,%20West%20Perth)|title=Full Poins Footy - Michael Richardson|year=2007|accessdate=2007-09-25]

Michael John "Mike" Richardson is a former Australian rules football player who played for the Collingwood Football Club, Essendon Football Club and Brisbane Lions Football Club in the AFL and Swan Districts Football Club and West Perth Football Club in the WAFL throughout the late 1970s and early 1990s.Richardson began his career at Swan Districts in 1978 at an age of 19, he was regarded as a highly skilled fast placed roving forward or mid fielder.Richardson played as a rover in the 1982 Grand Final and was among the teams best players. He also topped the goal kicking list at Swan Districts that season with 75 goals. [cite web|url=http://www.swandistrictsfc.com/history9.html|title=Swan Districts Football Club - Top Goal kickers|year=2007|accessdate=2007-09-25] .He was recruited to Collingwood Football Club in 1983 and played a total of 60 games, kicking 117 goals, before leaving midway through the 1986 season to play for the Essendon football club. He remained at Essendon for the remainder of the 1986 season playing 15 games and kicking 14 goals.Richardson then joined the inaugural Brisbane Bears Team in the 1987 season [cite web|url=http://lions.com.au/TheClub/History/BrisbaneBears/FirstGame/tabid/5183/Default.aspx|title=Brisbane Lions Football Club - First game|year=2007|accessdate=2007-09-25] he played some of his best football at the club and held down many positions. He left at the end of the 1990 season after playing 81 games and kicking 43 goals to return to Swan Districts.He played another two seasons at Swans before leaving to play with West Perth for the 1994 season to bring up his 300th game. Richardson played a total of 141 games and kicked 220 goals for Swans throughout his career. [cite web|url=http://swandistrictsfc.com/allplayers.html|title=Swan Districts Football Club- All players|year=2007|accessdate=2007-09-25] During his career he played over 300 games and kicked 439 goals.He is selected in the Swan Districts Team of the Century on a half-forward flank.


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