Back Save GalleryFooty mavericks Share facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Footballers who went their own way. Previous slide Next slide Tiger fans love him and his hair - why spoil it all by saying anything? Richmond recruit Ivan Maric. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo Austin McCrabb. He used to just take off on his pushbike in the off-season, sleeping rough and turning up in all manner of places. Mark Jacko Jackson (left) post-footy, with fellow cabaret performer Mark Chopper Read. Photo: Damian White Mark Jackson goes into his war dance for the benefit of the Sydney crowd 1993. They don't make 'em like that anymore. Beloved enigma: emotional Tiger champ Matthew Richardson was recklessly endearing. Photo: Justin McManus Kicked seven in his third game. Seven tribunal appearances for Fitzroy in three years, including one for post-shaking. Famously Kevin Sheedy's worst draft gamble. Wide boy: Stuart Dew. Photo: TONY ASHBY Paul Bulluss. Had more hair than knowledge of his club. Photo: Joe Armao Bruce Doull, the Flying Doormat, was only ever ruffled when his headband was displaced. James 'Charlie' Manson: unorthodox but effective. In the 1970s, North Melbourne had Courgae (beer, as a sponsor) and the 'Galloping Gasometer', Mick Nolan. Off-field champion Luke O'Sullivan took 10 years to play 50 games, and turned up at the airport for a footy trip dressed as Batman. Photo: Ian Kenins Val Perovic: The original woofa; there was a plaque erected in The Whale's Flinder's Street pub for his (kicking) exploits. Danny Southern. Western Bulldog who kept snakes. Had a mullet. Partially furnished mouth. An atypical player. Danny Southern rear view. Photo: Joe Armao Played for Sydney, St Kilda and Hawthorn, but had more outrageous looks than he did clubs. Josh Thurgood. Short-lived but loved at Hawthorn. Like Everitt, had the Sideshow Bob hair and stick-insect limbs. Photo: Trevor Collens Allen Jakovich offers some brotherly advice to Glen Jakovich. Former Magpie skipper Tony Shaw was always willing to help with friendly advice. Photo: Bruce Postle Phil Carman was superbly talented, but he did not have a fabulous career. In 1980, he missed all but four games for Essendon after headbutting boundary umpire Graham Carbery. Photo: Channel Seven Magpie centre-half-back Billy Picken, second from right, provided on-field commentary for those in the vicinity as he approached the ball. The only picture we could find of the elusive Clinton Wolf, now a lawyer and chairperson of the Aboriginal Lands Trust in WA. Photo: dockerland.com of More Galleries Previous Next AFL Indigenous Round jumpers AFL Round 9, Collingwood vs Geelong AFL Melbourne v Western Bulldogs AFL Round 8, Richmond vs Sydney at the MCG AFL Round Eight: Essendon vs North Melbourne AFL North Melbourne v St. Kilda AFL Round 7 Collingwood vs Carlton at the MCG AFL Round 6, St Kilda vs Melbourne.