2003, English, Object edition: The University of New South Wales – UNSW Sports Association certificate

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The University of New South Wales – UNSW Sports Association certificate
 
Bookmark: https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/259263097
Physical Description
  • object
  • Paper
  • Dimensions: W 214mm x H 302mm x D 20mm
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • The University of New South Wales – UNSW Sports Association certificate
Other Contributors
  • John N. Warren MBE OAM. (Associated person)
  • The University of New South Wales. (Associated organisation)
Physical Description
  • object
  • Paper
  • Dimensions: W 214mm x H 302mm x D 20mm
Part Of
  • John 'Johnny' Warren collection
Subjects
Summary
  • A printed certificate with University of NSW shield at the top left corner and some text which reads 'JOHN WARREN /​ to /​ UNSW HALL OF FAME /​ For the Sport of Football'. Dated 13 May, 2003.
  • The John 'Johnny' Warren Collection includes an extensive range of materials detailing his days playing for junior teams in the Botany area of South Sydney in the 1950s, through his senior club years in the 1960s and 1970s, and national representative career as a Socceroo from 1965 to 1974. The collection also details Warren's later work as a soccer coach and administrator, journalist and television commentator, and incorporates files and publications related to his work as a government advisor and advocate for the sport. Warren was Australia's most famous soccer player who tirelessly championed a sport regarded as a minor footballing code in this country. An attacking midfielder of great speed and skill, he played in the NSW State League and was chosen to represent Australia in 1965. His national representative career stretched over a decade, culminating in his participation in the 1974 World Cup in West Germany. After retiring as a player, Warren worked as a coach, administrator, journalist and television commentator promoting the sport he loved. He became the face of Australian soccer, championing the sport for many years through a long and cherished partnership with his colleague and friend Les Murray on SBS Television.
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Language
  • English
Image Number
  • api:nma.gov.au:110834
  • AR00228.034

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