31. David Fahey
Recruited from: Essendon (VFL) / Coburg / Calder Cannons
It was another solid 2016 campaign for key defender David Fahey, who has turned into one of the veteran leaders of the defensive unit alongside Peter Faulks. Rarely beaten on a lead and having the ability to be poised under pressure with ball in hand, Fahey is one of the most dependable Seagulls on the list.
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David also treats and consults patients at Physio Plus in Footscray, along with club physio, Michael Ranger.
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