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Greg Tate (footballer)

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Gregory Herbert Tate (21 October 1925 – 27 May 2010) was an Australian rules footballer notable for playing with Essendon in the Victorian Football League. Football career Essendon Tate was recruited by Essendon before the 1947 VFL season from North Essendon Methodists, where he had played football after returning from World War II. In his first season, he played six matches, including the Grand Final which Essendon narrowly lost to Carlton. His Grand Final bad luck continued, missing Essendon's 1949 and 1950 Grand Final triumphs through injury and playing in another losing Grand Final in 1951. Rutherglen In 1952 Tate joined Rutherglen in the Ovens & Murray Football League as a captain-coach. While at Rutherglen he coached the team to the premiership in 1954. Chiltern After leaving Rutherglen Tate joined Chiltern in the Ovens & King Football League. In 1957 and 1958 he captain-coached Chiltern to successive premierships.
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