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Alan Ezard Originally from Broadford, Victoria, Ezard made his debut with the Essendon Football Club in 1983 and made a name for himself as a very strong mark for a 173 cm man, playing mostly in the forward pocket or as a rover. He played numerous State of Origin games for Victoria, winning an EJ Whitten Medal in the 1991 match against South Australia. Ezard was Essendon's leading goalkicker in 1986 and won the club's best and fairest in 1991. He also played in four Grand Finals (1983, 1984, 1985, 1990), the second and third of which were premiership wins.
Alan Ezard In 2007 Ezard was the senior coach of the Pascoe Vale Football Club in the Essendon District Football League. Ezard coached Hoppers Crossing Football Club in the Western Region Football League in season 2010 and has been appointed senior coach of Hillside Football Club for season 2012. Ezard was appointed senior coach of the La Trobe University Football Club in 2015.
James Ezard After being picked by West Adelaide in the 2005 Mini-Draft and playing with the club when not with Port in 2005 and made his SANFL debut with Wests on 26 March 2005. In 2006 Ezard signed for West Adelaide, deciding to stay in South Australia instead of returning home to Victoria so that he did not have to relocate.
James Ezard 2009 saw Ezard hit top form for West Adelaide who would finish the season in 6th place after finishing 9th and last each year since 2005. His consistent form was rewarded when he was named joint winner of the SANFL's highest individual honor, the Magarey Medal, with Rhys Archard from North Adelaide.
Ezard Haußmann Ezard Haußmann died of a brain tumor on 6 November 2010 at his home in Berlin, Germany, at the age of 75.
Alan Ezard Alan Ezard (born 15 April 1963) is a former Australian rules footballer who played in the VFL/AFL. He played 184 games for 200 goals, retiring in 1993.
James Ezard James Thomas Ezard (born 24 March 1986) is an Australian rules footballer, who played for Port Adelaide in the Australian Football League (AFL).
James Ezard The nephew of premiership player Alan Ezard, he was taken at pick 34 in the 2004 AFL Draft from Calder Cannons. In 2005, he kicked the winning goal against in a pre-season NAB cup match, but never broke into the senior team in that year, spending the year playing in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) with West Adelaide, putting in some good performances, but still unable to break into Port Adelaide's main team.
Ezard Haußmann Ezard Haußmann (10 February 1935 – 6 November 2010) was a German stage, television and film actor. He and costume designer Doris Haußmann were the parents of film director Leander Haußmann. Haußmann appeared in several of his son's films, with including "Sonnenallee" in 1999 and "NVA" in 2005.
Alan Ezard Ezard has a nephew, James, who played for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the mid-2000s and won the SANFL's highest individual honor in 2009, the Magarey Medal playing for West Adelaide.