Season Summary: 1975

  

The signing of Footscray legend Ted Whitten (321 games & 360 goals) saw a renewed optimism among all involved with the club and promised to be a turning point for a club starved of success in recent seasons.

 

The season was not off to a jovial start with wins hard to come by but the worst was soon to be realised as midway through the season, star player Les Stillman had a disagreement with the club and Williamstown were forced to part ways with the current captain as he was cleared to join Coburg.

 

On a whole the season never gained momentum and Williamstown were declared outright last, claiming the wooden spoon and a trip back to the second division of VFA football. The club finished with a 4-14 record.

  

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