Simon Black

  Male      Australian      Athlete

  Born : Apr 03, 1979  

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Simon Black (born 3 April 1979) is a former Australian rules football player and current Assistant Coach, who played his whole career with Australian Football League (AFL) club, the Brisbane Lions.

Black was a midfielder with a reputation for hard work and skill. He had the ability to get under the pack to retrieve the ball as well as deliver it with precision to teammates.

He was drafted by the Brisbane Lions in 1997 from the East Fremantle Football Club, and he debuted in the first game of the 1998 season and quickly became one of Brisbane's best players. He won the 2002 Brownlow Medal, the 2003 Norm Smith Medal and the 2001, 2002, and 2006 Merrett-Murray Medals awarded to the best and fairest player with the Brisbane Lions and three premiership medallions he received as a part of the Lions' hat-trick of premierships in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Black and fellow Brisbane midfielders Michael Voss, Nigel Lappin and Jason Akermanis became one of the most well regarded midfield combinations in the league during that time, and were known as the 'Fab Four'.

Black is currently serving as the Contest Skills and Midfield Coach at the Brisbane Lions...

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