Dr Peter Brukner asks why anyone would be a club doctor

When I was first appointed as a VFL club doctor at Melbourne in the 1980s, it was regarded as a great job for those of us working in sports medicine, especially if you had grown up in Victoria or one of the other footy states. I guess an NRL job would have been similarly attractive to those in the northern states.

Back then, being a club doctor meant attending training on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Saturday matches (all in Victoria) with a 2pm start, followed by a relaxed injury…

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