One of the most influential figures in Australian Rules football, Mick Malthouse is a premiership player (with the Richmond Football Club in 1980), a three-time premiership coach (with West Coast in 1992 and 1994 and Collingwood in 2010) and a two-time All Australian coach.
Currently an AFL commentator on television with the Seven Network and on radio with 3AW Football, he is widely renowned as one of the most respected voices in the modern game.
Mick’s extensive and unique experience carries an invaluable message relevant to any organisation, business or community alike.
Australian Rules Football
-Most VFL/AFL games coached in history – 718 games.
-2nd position for total number of games as player & coach – 892 games behind Kevin Sheedy (907 games.)
-One of two (along with Norm Smith) to coach 10 years of consecutive finals appearances – 1990 to 1999
-Coached 4 different clubs to Finals Series. 52 finals in total. ?
-Coach of the Australian team to take on Ireland in the International Rules Series in 2008 & 2010.
Academic: Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow – La Trobe University, 2012 – 2018.
Author: He is the co-author with David Buttifant of The Ox Is Slow But The Earth Is Patient. Published in September 2011.
Columinst: Sports Writer for the Sunday Herald Sun, 2016 -Ongoing
Television: Network 7 Commentator, 2012. Head Coach of Fox Footy’s Reality Television Program, The Recruit 2016
Radio: The Recruit 2016SEN Radio Commentator, 2016 – 2017. ABC Radio Commentator, 2018 – Ongoing