Chris Judd – Signed West Coast Eagles Guernsey
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Widely regarded as one of the best footballers currently in the AFL, Judd has twice won the league’s highest individual honour, the Brownlow Medal, and is a dual Leigh Matthews Trophy winner as the AFL Players Association most valuable player. He is also a premiership captain, having captained the West Coast Eagles to the 2006 AFL Premiership. Consistently recognised as one of the game’s premier midfielders, Judd has been selected in the All-Australian team six times, including as captain in 2008.
At a representative level, he played for Australia in the 2002 International Rules Series and for Victoria in the AFL Hall of Fame Tribute Match in 2008. Judd is recognised as a great at two clubs: West Coast and Carlton. During his 134 games with West Coast he captained the club for two seasons and won two Club Champion Awards. After returning to Melbourne to captain the Carlton Football Club, Judd won the John Nicholls Medal as the club’s Best and Fairest three times, and become the fourth player in AFL history to win a Brownlow Medal at more than one club.