DOB: 13 October 1882
Died: 22 March 1946
Debut: Round 1, 1900 against St. Kilda at Junction Oval
Last Game: Round 10, 1906 against Essendon at MCG
From: Caulfield Grammar/Melbourne University/Brighton
Premiership Player - 1900
Captain - 1905
Leading Goalkicker - 1901
150 Heroes selection
Victorian state representative - 1903, 1904
A medical student at Melbourne University, Langley joined Melbourne in 1900 and despite still playing school football for Caulfield during the year played in a premiership in his first season. The next year he topped the goalkicking.
In 1902 he played for Trinity College in a collegiate match, as well as adding 16 games to his senior tally.
Langley was made captain in 1905 but he missed the second half of the season with a knee injury, and after the side finished last and he was replaced by Arthur Sowden.
Though primarily a defender by trade, Langley kicked most of his goals while being rested in the forward line.
Become a surgeon at the Alfred Hospital in 1906, restricting his availability to three final games before retiring. Langley was also a notable cricketer in the Dandenong district.
Age - 07/05/1900
Australasian - 23/06/1900
Argus - 02/07/1902
Australasian - 16/09/1905
Herald - 04/05/1906
Herald - 22/03/1946
Dandenong Journal - 27/03/1946