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Graeme Gellie
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Personal information
Birth 27 December 1954 (1954-12-27) (age 55)
Recruited from Redan
Playing career¹
Debut 1978, St Kilda vs. , at
Team(s) St Kilda (1978-1983)

33 games, 12 goals

Coaching career¹
Team(s) St Kilda (mid 1984-1986)
¹ Statistics to end of 2005 season
Career highlights
St Kilda Best and Fairest 1978

Graeme Gellie is a former Australian rules footballer. Played for St Kilda as a rover. Height: 178 cm, weight: 76.5 kg.

Won the club's best and fairest award in his first year, but an injury to his knee early in 1979 limited his career.

After Tony Jewell was sacked as coach during the 1984 season, Gellie took over and also coached the next two years. After St Kilda claimed the wooden spoon in 1986 his contract was not continued.

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Preceded by
Jeff Sarau
St Kilda Best and Fairest winner
1978
Succeeded by
Jeff Dunne
Preceded by
Tony Jewell
St Kilda Football Club coach
1984-1986
Succeeded by
Darrel Baldock

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