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Viewing Entry - Bachar Houli (E15408)
by Houli, Bachar.

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Playing time for epub/audio formats : 7 hours 38 minutes


Overview

TitleBachar Houli : faith, football and family
Author / Responsible partyHouli, Bachar.
CollectionNonfiction
GenreAutobiography.
TopicsAutobiography. Houli, Bachar. Muslim men -- Australia -- Biography. Australian football players -- Victoria -- Biography. Australian Football League.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.
Published2021

Summary

Bachar Houli is as accomplished an AFL footballer as they come. He's been part of two Richmond Premiership sides, he was an All-Australian in 2019 and with over 200 games to his name he remains a key part of a champion team. Picked at number 42 in the 2006 National Draft by Essendon, Houli played 26 games for the Bombers before moving in 2011 to Tigerland, where rookie coach Damien Hardwick was assembling the team that six years later would achieve the seemingly impossible and claim Richmond's 11th Premiership. Yet it's as the AFL's most prominent Muslim player that Houli is best known - and his strong Muslim values are at the heart of the man he is. Writing for the first time, Houli explores the experiences and beliefs that sparked his trailblazing success as a Muslim footballer and that established him as a leading voice within the AFL community for inclusion, understanding and tolerance. Co-authored with acclaimed broadcaster and writer Waleed Aly, Bachar Houli: Faith, Football and Family tells the unique story of one of football's most fascinating men.

Additional Information

descriptiondata
System control numberE15408
Original Print Publisher[Australia] : Ebury press, 2020.
Narrator NameKhaled Khalafalla.
Participant or performer noteKhaled Khalafalla.
Narrators GenderMale narrator