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Brad Dick

Last played for Collingwood Magpies in 2011
Games: 27     Born: July 25, 1988     Origin: East Fremantle
Playing Height: 182cm     Playing Weight: 79kg     Position: Forward
First Drafted: Round 3, Pick #44 2006 National Draft by Collingwood Magpies
Last Drafted: Round 4, Pick #79 2012 National Draft by West Coast Eagles
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Brad Dick Biography

Thursday, 1 November 2012
Former Collingwood goalsneak Brad Dick has been upgraded to West Coast's senior list after an impressive comeback via WAFL ranks this year.

"I am so pleased the Eagles gave me an opportunity," Dick said.

"I haven't done a full pre-season for a long time, so I am looking forward to getting back on the 19th (of November) and getting stuck into training.

"I have been working to my own program while I have been on my break and the body feels good."

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
West Coast rookie pick Brad Dick says he hopes to get over his injuries to become a key player for West Coast.

"My manager spoke to West Coast and I came in last week and had a chat to Woosha and (he said) they'd leave it up to the doctors and the Eagles doctors gave me the all-clear," he said.

"I always wanted to come back home. Hopefully my luck can change now.''

Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Former Collingwood forward Brad Dick has been given permission to train with Fremantle and hopes to be picked up by the Dockers in one of the upcoming drafts.

"I'll be back home, so a bit of luck might go my way and we'll see how we go from there. I think this will be my last chance," he said.

"I've had it in my mind for a couple of months now but only really made the decision last week."

Friday, 11 November 2011
After being delisted from the senior list, Brad Dick tells the Magpies he is returning home to Perth.

"He has been training at the club but he told them today he is going home because he is homesick," Dick's manager Alex McDonald said.

"He is going back to Perth in the next two days. The club has been fantastic to him. They couldn't have been more supportive of him and his family, but injuries have taken their toll and he wants to get back settled into the Perth lifestyle."

Tuesday, 14 June 2011
Collingwood forward Brad Dick will have a second knee reconstruction after suffering an injury playing in the VFL.
Friday, 30 July 2010
Brad Dick's hopes of playing a part in Collingwood?s finals series are over after being sent for a shoulder reconstruction.

"The decision was made to have a full reconstruction on Tuesday afternoon," Collingwood football manager Geoff Walsh said.

"We expect him to be available for full training at the end of December. The shoulder hasn't responded and he has to have a full reconstruction."

Thursday, 17 December 2009
Brad Dick will miss up to half of the 2010 AFL season after requiring a shoulder reconstruction due to an injury he sustained while on Collingwood's training camp in Arizona.
Saturday, 18 July 2009
Around this time last year, when Dick was in the middle of a 12-month recovery from surgery to repair a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, that's the dark place this richly talented, whippet-like Aboriginal footballer found himself.

He wanted to quit his AFL dream and return home to Western Australia.

He then suffered a second cruel blow when a close cousin died.

Suddenly the footy club, Lexus Centre and Melbourne was a million miles from where he wanted to be.

"I had a lot of down time when I wasn't playing. I hated it," Dick recalled this week.

"It was worse because it was in Perth. I had a couple of mates come down there watching me. It happened in the second quarter, so I really didn't get into the game."

Friday, 26 June 2009
Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse says the form of Brad Dick and Alan Didak is keeping Paul Medhurst out of the side.

"He's not replacing players who play in a similar position because there's no automatic selection for anyone. When his form is better than those around him and there's an availability... he gets into the side," Malthouse said.

"We're not going to accommodate him by saying 'well one's more experienced than the other or one's better than the other."

Tuesday, 9 June 2009
Light and lithe, Magpie Brad Dick showed he has what it takes to succeed in the AFL with a star turn against the Dees.

Dick kicked five goals against Melbourne to earn a NAB AFL Rising Star Nominee for round 11 after returning to the Collingwood side following recovery from a knee injury.

"It was really hard with my knee. All my mates were playing football and I wasn't. I didn't know if I could keep going mid-way through the season but I stuck to it and all the boys got around me at training and kept me smiling," he said.

"I had Simon Prestigiacomo in the weights room with me and he kept me going every day. To get knowledge off guys that had injured their knees like Tarykyn Lockyer, Rhyce Shaw and Alan Didak was great."

Sunday, 24 May 2009
Magpie Brad Dick returned to Perth a winner after overcoming the West Coast Eagles and a knee reconstruction.

"I did my knee down in Albany against the Eagles, so I was a bit nervous within myself playing again. But it was just good to be part of the win especially on Indigenous Round," Dick said.

"All the boys that have done a knee know just how hard you've got to work to get back out on the field."

Monday, 25 February 2008
Brad Dick suffers a season-ending knee injury in Collingwood's practice match loss against the Eagles and will require a knee-reconstruction.
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