Barry Hall Up Close and Personal: Dives from Controversies to AFL Trading Clubs
By Christine Gaylican | October 29, 2012 3:44 PM EST
AFL goal kicker and on-the-side boxer Barry Hall comfortably enjoys the hot seat with AFL experts Mike Sheahan, Angus Sampson, and Cam Mooney over a Gillette close shave.
Barry, whose club wins matches his record controversial knockouts of opponents in the football arena, has been cool and candid about his previous faux pas.
He shares with Mike, Angus and Cam over a Gillette Close Shave session that indeed the on-and off-field incidents that happened while he was still with Melbourne's St. Kilda were a bit off-key and immature, but still stands by them.
The big, bold and brazen Barry notes that growing much in the country allows you to be always on the defensive and offensive mode and at times will not allow any form of heckling to pass by without fighting back.
Considered to be one of the best forwards in the AFL, being named All-Australian, as he lead his various club's goalkicking on nine occasions and as captain of the Sydney Swans to the AFL Grand Final Victory in 2005.
In July 2011, Barry Hall made history by becoming the first player to kick 100 goals for three different AFL teams.
He shares in this video how the the career-changing trade shaped Barry Hall's performance and made a name for himself in AFL history.
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