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Andrew McKay

Last played for Carlton Blues in 2003
Games: 244     Born: July 14, 1970     Origin: Glenelg
Playing Height: 185cm     Playing Weight: 90kg     Position: Defender
Last Drafted: Pick #13 1992 National Draft by Carlton Blues
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Andrew McKay Biography

Saturday, 21 March 2020
Charlie McKay, the son of Andrew McKay, has emerged as a father-son draft option for Carlton.

McKay trained with the Blues over summer and is on the club's radar, particularly after his improvement in recent months.

"From November until now the penny dropped for him, and he did some time at Carlton as part of its father-son Academy," Sandringham Dragons talent manager Mark Wheeler said.

"He's definitely going to be a starting inside midfielder, nobody can tackle him. He can play forward too, but I think he's probably better as a defender. He can play that role better and as a third defender or lock-down backman."

Tuesday, 26 June 2018
Andrew McKay will step down as football manager of Carlton at the end of the 2018 season.

"I have been here for seven years as an administrator and 11 as a player the Carlton environment is all I know," McKay said.

"I need to experience other environments to enable me to develop further. I am really open-minded to new professional challenges out there within the industry and more broadly in time to come."

Tuesday, 24 June 2014
Andrew McKay will share the role of Carlton's interim chief executive while the club starts its hunt to replace Greg Swann.

McKay, who played 244 games with the Blues and is the club's current football manager, will hold the interim CEO position alongside chief financial officer Jason Reddick.

Thursday, 20 October 2011
Carlton has appointed former premiership player Andrew McKay as the club's new football general manager.

"We are delighted to announce Andrew McKay has agreed to join the Carlton senior management team and will commence in his new position in mid-November," Carlton CEO Greg Swan said in a statement.

"In his current role at the AFL Andrew has worked closely with all clubs. He has liaised with the football departments at each club, meeting the coaches, player leadership groups, medical teams and the high performance staff as part of his role as game analysis manager."

Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Andrew McKay steps down from his post as the AFL match review panel chairman.

"Andrew has done an excellent job in the difficult role of chairman of the match review panel and we are very grateful for his contribution," AFL football operations manager Adrian Anderson said.

Tuesday, 24 February 2009
AFL match review panel chairman Andrew McKay was unrepentant yesterday for offering Nick Maxwell a three-match suspension.

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