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						Brendon Goddard

Brendon Goddard

Date of Birth May 20, 1985
Age 37 years, 4 months, 25 days
Place of Birth Australia
Country Australia
Profession Australian Rules Footballer
Horoscope Taurus

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Parents Robert Edward Goddard
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Siblings Beau Raymond Goddard
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Brendon Goddard Biography

Brendon Goddard is a famous Australian Rules Footballer, who was born on May 20, 1985 in Australia. Australian rules footballer famous for his time with Essendon and the Australian national team. He was the number one overall pick in the 2002 AFL Draft. According to Astrologers, Brendon Goddard's zodiac sign is Taurus.

Brendon Goddard (born 20 May 1985) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for St Kilda and Essendon in the Australian Football League (AFL). He played for the St Kilda Football Club from 2003 to 2012, then with Essendon from 2013 to 2018.

He has a brother named Beau Raymond Goddard.

A lifelong Carlton supporter, it seemed destined that Goddard would fulfill his boyhood dream of playing for the Blues when Carlton finished last in the 2002 AFL season and indicated they would take Goddard with the first pick of the 2002 National Draft. However, an investigation into salary cap breaches stripped Carlton of the #1 pick, which was elevated to St Kilda, who ultimately took him. “It was pretty deflating, to be honest. But at that age you don’t get a choice of where you go, so I was just grateful to get an opportunity anywhere.”

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He debuted in the following season while completing his Victorian Certificate of Education as a Year 12 student at Caulfield Grammar School. He played in the 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup winning side – the club’s second AFL pre-season competition win. After being selected with the number 1 pick, he received a lot of criticism in his early years.

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Brendon Goddard is one of the richest Australian Rules Footballer & listed on most popular Australian Rules Footballer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Brendon Goddard net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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He was co-captain of the cricket team at Caulfield Grammar School.

He debuted in the following season while completing his Victorian Certificate of Education as a Year 12 student at Caulfield Grammar School. He played in the 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup winning side – the club’s second AFL pre-season competition win. After being selected with the number 1 pick, he received a lot of criticism in his early years.

During a round 7 clash against the Sydney Swans in 2007, Goddard ruptured his ACL after falling heavily onto it, which resulted in Goddard missing the remainder of the season.

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He won Essendon’s W.S. Crichton Medal in 2013.

He would return to play in round 3, 2008 and produced a solid form for the rest of the year. Despite interest from other clubs trying to recruit him, he signed a contract to stay with the Saints until 2010.

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After a strong first few rounds of the 2009 season, Goddard was noted as one of the best players in the league and was seen as an early favourite for the Brownlow Medal.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Australian Rules Footballer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Brendon Goddard celebrates birthday on May 20 of every year.

Although generally considered a defender/midfielder, during a round 3 match against West Coast in 2009, he was positioned in the forward line and kicked four goals in the first quarter, the most he had ever kicked in a single game until that time. Although he didn’t kick another goal for the game, he did gain 28 disposals in a best on field performance.

Goddard’s first season at Essendon was capped off when he won the first best and fairest award of his career. He played every game for the season, mainly through the midfield, averaging 26 disposals and kicking 18 goals, his best season tally since 2010. His leadership continued to be valued on and off the field and his maturity and experience in big games proved invaluable to the young list.

He averaged a career-high 28.7 possessions in 25 games (including four finals matches). He was voted in the All-Australian Team, finished third in the Trevor Barker Award and received 14 votes in the 2010 Brownlow Medal going into the night as the favourite to win. In the drawn 2010 AFL Grand Final, Goddard finished second in the voting for the Norm Smith Medal, with seven votes and his teammate Lenny Hayes won it with 13 votes. He is also remembered for taking a memorable high mark in the last quarter, and kicking a goal which put the Saints in front (before Collingwood came back to draw the game and defeat the Saints in the resultant replay). At the conclusion of the season, he signed on until the end of the 2012 season.

On 1 October 2012, Goddard signed with Essendon and became the first big name to use the AFL’s new free-agency period which debuted in 2012. Goddard had refused to sign a new three-year deal all season and instead opted to sign with the Bombers, who offered him higher pay and a four-year contract. Goddard was formally offered the deal by Essendon at 11am on 1 October, with St Kilda allowed 72-hours in which to make a counter offer. However, the Saints decided by the end of the day that they were not willing to match the offer, therefore allowing Goddard to join the Bombers. In making a formal statement of the decision, St Kilda head of football, Chris Pelchen, stipulated that the club had made a significant offer to Goddard “that was relative to both his position and other players within the team. While we are disappointed at his decision to leave the Saints, we are absolutely committed to our ‘team first’ philosophy in relation to player contracts.” St Kilda’s senior coach, Scott Watters, further elaborated on the reasons St Kilda chose not to counter the Bombers’ offer: “As far as the offer that was put forward to Brendon, it would’ve put him in the top two highest paid players at our football club”, Watters said. “The reason (for Goddard leaving) is money. It’s that simple.” St Kilda was said to have offered “significantly more” than $500,000 a year to Goddard.

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