Daniel Chick

Daniel Chick (born 10 February 1976) is a professional Australian rules footballer who played for Hawthorn and the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League. Chick is also well known for having a finger amputated in 2002 so he could continue playing football.

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... After it became apparent that no other club would pick Chick up for the upcoming season, effectively terminating his AFL career, he signed with WAFL premiers, Subiaco ... Chick was named in Warwick Cappers "Party" team of the century alongside Ben Cousins, Michael Gardiner, Buddy Franklin, Shane Crawford, Jason Akermanis and Fraser Gehrig ... In February 2010 Chick was fined $7000 with $1000 costs in the Perth Magistrates Court after pleading guilty to importing performance and image enhancing steroids from Thailand ...

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