It’s the Australian Football community’s turn to shoulder the burden of mourning on this awful, awful week, following news that former Hawthorn and West Coast coach Ken Judge has passed away earlier today. He was 58.
The club sends its condolences to family and friends of premiership Hawk and former coach Ken Judge, who has passed away today.
— Hawthorn FC (@HawthornFC) January 15, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of former senior coach, Ken Judge. pic.twitter.com/zamlyYSApg
— West Coast Eagles (@WestCoastEagles) January 15, 2016
Vale Ken Judge.
— Carlton FC (@CarltonFC) January 15, 2016
— East Fremantle FC (@EFFC) January 15, 2016
The Club would like to pass on its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Ken Judge.
— Brisbane Lions (@brisbanelions) January 15, 2016
RIP ken judge a real mate mentor and ripping bloke.I will miss you thanks for believing in me. Thinking of Annette & fam
— David Wirrpanda (@wirra44) January 15, 2016
Saddened by the passing of Ken Judge, always full of advice for me. Thoughts with Annette and the boys. RIP Judgey
— Tom Rockliff (@rockwiz38) January 15, 2016
Cancer rears its ugly head yet again.
Vale Ken Judge.
A great @HawthornFC man.
Hard but always fair.
A terrific bloke and brilliant company
— Stephen Quartermain (@Quartermain10) January 15, 2016
Very sad to hear of the passing of Ken Judge. A great footballer and an even better bloke #RIP
— lehmo (@lehmo23) January 15, 2016
Very, very sad to hear of the passing of Ken Judge. Never backward, sometimes volatile, and always demanding you to be better. Judgey was great company at the driptray! Ironically my favourite memory with him was the night we had at his place the night he got sacked. Beers, karaoke and sleeping on his living room floor! ?? A passionate Hawthorn man who will be sorely missed in Grand Final week at the past players catch up. ?? Much love and condolences to Annette and the boys. Rest in Peace mate. Harf
Very sad news with the passing of my old coach Ken Judge. He took over the @hawthornfc when we had no money ,no players and 2 many no future. He installed belief, spirit and most of all passion which lives on in all the players today! My thoughts are with his beautiful family #rip #thanksforbelieving