Brendon Goddard

Brendon Goddard

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Brendon James Goddard (born 20 May 1985) is an Australian rules footballer for the St Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

Early life

Goddard was raised in Traralgon, Victoria and later attended Caulfield Grammar School as a boarder. He was an accomplished sportsman, co-captaining the school's First XVIII football team and co-captaining the First XI cricket team as a powerful batsman and pace bowler.He was selected by the St Kilda Football Club with the first pick in the 2002 AFL Draft.

AFL career

Goddard debuted for St Kilda in the 2003 season while completing his VCE as a Year 12 student at Caulfield Grammar.

2004 season

He played in St Kilda’s 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup winning side – St Kilda Football Club’s second AFL Cup win.

For a number 1 draft pick, Goddard came under a lot of criticism in his early years. Around 2006 he quieted many of his critics after averaging over 20 disposals a game.

2006 season

During 2006, Goddard joined fellow St Kilda player Aaron Fiora as one of the biggest kicks in the AFL after kicking a 70 metre goal against Fremantle.

2007 season

During the Saints' Round 7 game against the Sydney Swans, Goddard fell hard on his left knee which resulted in a ruptured ACL. Goddard showed his frustration by slamming his fist into the ground after hurting the knee. The injury ended his season.

2008 season

He returned to action in...
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