John Longmire

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John Longmire

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Sport Footy AFL

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.Below $5000

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Australia-NSW

Biography

John Longmire first pulled on a North Melbourne jumper at 16 years of age in London, playing in the infamous "Battle of Britain" exhibition game against Carlton. He made his official debut the following year and quickly stamped his mark on the competition as a key position forward. He became the youngest ever Coleman medallist in 1990.

Along with the exhilarating highs the game had to offer, Longmire was no stranger to setbacks. Having endured two knee reconstructions, the second one keeping his out of the 1996 flag side, the 12 year club veteran crowned his 200th senior game with a much sought after premiership medallion on Grand final Day in 1999.

John used his football experience to head up the IMG AFL Division 1999 - 2001. He is currently Assistant Coach at Sydney Swans Football Club.

John has experienced AFL football all perspectives; as a supporter, a player, an agent and most recently as an assistant coach. John is uniquely placed to tell you what goes on in the inner sanctums of football clubs.

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