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Mick Malthouse returns to radio after SEN axing

Wednesday 21 February, 2018

Following Craig Hutchison's SEN shakeup, three-time AFL premiership coach Malthouse has found a new home at the ABC, where he will do special comments for select games, mainly on Thursday nights, according to News Corp reports. 

After being sacked as Carlton coach, Malthouse joined SEN in 2016.

The departure of Gerard Whateley from the ABC has seen a reshuffle at the national broadcaster.  

Mick Malthouse joins SEN

Thursday 18 February, 2016

1116 SEN, Melbourne’s Home of Footy, has added games record-holding coach Mick Malthouse  to their AFL commentary team in 2016.

Malthouse’s AFL credentials speak for themselves - 174 games as a player at St Kilda and Richmond, including the Tigers’ 1980 premiership, followed by a record 718-game, 31-year career as senior coach at four clubs – Footscray, West Coast, Collingwood and Carlton.

Over the years, he enjoyed premiership success three times as coach including at the Eagles in 1992 and 1994, and Collingwood’s drought breaking win in 2010.

Mick Malthouse joins 6iX Perth

Wednesday 15 July, 2015

From Monday 20th July, Mick Malthouse is joining John Burgess for a weekly AFL wrap after the 7am news on Perth’s 6iX.
 
Malthouse is an AFL icon, winning a premiership during his 121 games at Richmond and leading teams to multiple premierships in his 30 year coaching career.
 
He is no stranger to radio, working with 3AW Football during his coaching hiatus in 2012.
 

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