Now available in paperback, Matthew Lloyd was born into a football
family, and it was clear early in his career that he had the
ability to surpass his father's legacy. For a while it looked he
would head to Carton as well, but Essendon conjured up a complex
deal to secure the talented 16-year-old in the 1994 preseason
draft. This of a young footballer who taught himself a process to
become the most accurate shot for goal in the AFL after a tirade
from one his coaches. It is how a boy with natural ability became
the captain of the Essendon Football Club, a premiership player,
and a life member of the AFL. And now it is about the
transformation into devoted father and a multimedia expert on AFL
when it looked like his career was cut short before its time. It's
the story of a testy relationship with his final coach and the bone
crunching hit that saw him finish his time as a player on
suspension. It looks at how he considered a future with other clubs
before deciding to retire on his terms. Above all, it is a brutally
honest account of an astonishing career from a man who is a
straight shooter in more ways than one.
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