Bull in a China Shop
Premiers 1939, "Thornton" Studios, Ballarat, photographers, 1939, Allen Family Private Collection.Contributors
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Bull earned his nickname from his notorious football-playing technique - he would knock players over, even those on his own team. His friends said he played football like a ‘Bull in a China shop.’ Bull played football for Springbank, a country football team in the Bungaree-Gordon area. In this 1939 photograph of the premier team Bull is standing in the back row on the far right.