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Shane O'Bree

Last played for Collingwood Magpies in 2010
Games: 246     Born: March 15, 1979     Origin: North Ballarat Rebels
Playing Height: 182cm     Playing Weight: 82kg     Position: Midfield
First Drafted: Round 1, Pick #10 1997 National Draft by Brisbane Lions
Last Drafted: Round 1, Pick #1 1999 Pre-Season Draft by Collingwood Magpies
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Shane O'Bree Biography

Saturday, 6 October 2012
Geelong's coaching panel continues to be bolstered by former Lions players, with the club announcing Shane O'Bree will become an assistant.

"I have a lot of respect for the club and I will be looking to help the club continue with the success it has enjoyed over the years," O'Bree said.

"Working with Gold Coast the past two years has been enjoyable but I am happy to be back home and working with the Cats."

Sunday, 21 November 2010
Gold Coast midfield coach Shane O'Bree says he will borrow from Collingwood's premiership-winning game plan at the Suns.

"Collingwood have a winning formula, and I will take away a lot from Mick Malthouse, but I will also put my own spin on it too," O'Bree said.

"There are definitely areas I can take away from at Collingwood."

Monday, 13 September 2010
Former Collingwood midfielder Shane O'Bree will join the Suns as an assistant to senior coach Guy McKenna after announcing his retirement.

"His knowledge and understanding of the midfield roles makes him an ideal fit as a midfield coach," McKenna said.

"We are very pleased he has accepted the role and will join our club to work with our young talented list."

Wednesday, 8 September 2010
Collingwood's Shane O'Bree and Sean Rusling have announced they are retiring from AFL football.
Saturday, 17 April 2010
Collingwood midfielder Shane O'Bree is dropped from the side to face Hawthorn in round 4 and Magpies coach Mick Malthouse says it was a hard decision to make.

"Professionally, you have got a decision to make and emotionally (you're) very attached to Shane and that's probably the most difficult thing I have had to do all week - and probably the last year and a half, two years," Malthouse said.

"He arrived the same time as I did. We've got one goal to see success at the footy club and the goal now is to ensure he gets back into the side playing the way we want him to play."

Sunday, 17 January 2010
Collingwood midfielder Shane O'Bree says he can't wait to see former skipper Nathan Buckley grow as an assistant coach.

"He is adjusting very well. Initially it was going to be different because he has played with the majority of the team," O'Bree said.

"With the way he speaks and how clear he is when explaining a drill, I can't wait until game day to see how he performs then and I'm sure he will be really good."

Monday, 20 April 2009
The AFL has cleared umpire Scott McLaren who was accused by Collingwood of pushing Shane O'Bree of its players during a match.

Collingwood, however, will be asked to explain comments allegedly made by its officials to the media regarding the incident.

Saturday, 18 April 2009
Shane O'Bree has celebrated his 200th game for Collingwood with a crucial victory over the Lions.
Friday, 17 April 2009
Collingwood midfielder Shane O'Bree says he now knows what people meant when they told him footy careers go quickly.

O'Bree will line up for his 200th game when the Magpies meet his former club Brisbane at the Gabba tonight.

"When you first start your career you are just happy to play one game," O'Bree said.

"Then people tell you when you play your first game to make the most of it as it goes quick, and it does go quick.

"It's a great achievement and I've been lucky enough for Collingwood to give me the opportunity and hopefully we can get a win."

Friday, 10 April 2009
Collingwood midfielder Shane O'Bree says some stats from Thursday night's loss to the Cats will help his side bounce back in the coming weeks.
Tuesday, 3 March 2009
Collingwood onballer Shane O'Bree can accept $900 fine for abusive language, while match review panel clears Port Adelaide's Danny Meyer.
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