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Beside the Bar – Brett Lovett

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He is the longest serving coach at the Frankston FC from 2003 – 2008. Coached at a number of other clubs. Played over 230 matches with the Melbourne Football Club. He debut in round 14 1986, wore the number 50 then number 17. Life Member in 1995 and played for the state 6 times. Also being inducted to the Melbourne Hall of Fame in 2006. Sit back as Rocky Lloyd goes one on one with Brett Lovett on Beside the Bar.

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