Season Summary: 1978

  

Following along from the club's recent tradition of employing captain/coaches with the signing of former Essendon player, John Fanning.

 

It would be one of the darkest seasons for the football club with limited funds, disgruntled players and a board on the verge of leaving the club for dead.

 

The season saw Williamstown set a very unforgettable record where they recorded the worst season for a team freshly relegated to second division, finishing with three wins and 15 losses.

  

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