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Alan Wearne's 1997 novel Kicking in Danger is about an Essendon player turned private eye who specialises in football-related cases.
Football plays a major role in the 1998 novel Deadly, Unna? The Call (1998), written by Martin Flanagan, is a semi-fictional account of football pioneer Tom Wills.
Barry Oakley's satiric football novel A Salute to the Great Mc Carthy was published in 1970.
Crime novelist Kerry Greenwood wrote the 1991 short story The Vanishing of Jock Mc Hale's Hat.
Football is referenced in the dances, costumes and stage designs, including goalposts which symbolically turn into ballet barres.
Other footballers have released football-themed children's books, including Dwayne Russell with Jackson's Goal and Brendan Fevola with The Best Game Ever."Swift as an eagle on the wing Holds fast the ball, then with a sudden spring He leaps high in the air and kicks the volume round. Obedient to this hero's skillful care, The football rushes whistling through the air Then—as a bomb, by blazing powder thrown High in mid-air, when rapid it has flown Describes a curving parabola there— So turns the ball its bending course and fair. With many abound it stops its headlong race." Alan Wearne's 1976 poetry volume New Devil, New Parish begins with the football poem "Go On, Tell Me the Season Is Over".His 2002 poem "Bourke Street on Saturday Night" is written from the perspective of 19th-century Essendon footballer Charlie "Tracker" Forbes.And The Big Men Fly is a football farce in the Australian tall tale tradition, written by Alan Hopgood in 1963.Its hero is Achilles Jones ("Acky"), a simple farmhand from Manangatang with "the body of a Greek god" and the ability to kick a bag of wheat ten yards with his bare feet.
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Brady built on its success with "One Day in September" (1980) and numerous other football-themed songs.