Can’t get enough of the 2015 Brownlow Medallist?
Well, you’re in luck.
We’ve compiled our best five Nat Fyfe stories from the past couple of seasons. There’s sure to be something you haven’t seen yet.
We spoke to Fyfe ahead of the 2015 AFL Players’ MVP to find out how he took his game to a new level this season.
The 24-year-old opens up about his footy idols, and the training regime that allowed him to follow in the footsteps of Chris Judd and Patrick Dangerfield.
There’s even a cameo from Fremantle champion Matthew Pavlich.
— AFL Players (@AFLPlayers) September 28, 2015
We’ve all seen what Fyfe’s capable of doing on the footy field, but what’s it like living him with?
In 2014, young Docker Cameron Sutcliffe wrote an insightful piece about sharing a house with the game’s best player.
Xbox, golf balls and finding new ways to scare each other all featured in Sutcliffe’s article. The defender also explains what he believes has made Fyfe such a great player.
Away from the field, what does Nat Fyfe do to relax?
This video shows the superstar at home with his family in Lake Grace. We’ve all heard the stories about his hometown, but what does it look like and what exactly does Fyfe do when driving his family’s trucks?
He feels at home on a footy field. And on a farm. But where does Nat Fyfe feel a little out of place?
Click here to find out.
After Nat Fyfe won his first Leigh Matthews Trophy, we chatted to the star Docker about the key turning points in his career, how boarding school helped prepare him for life at Fremantle, and the gutsy Dockers recruiter who said he’d rather resign than overlook Fyfe with pick no.20 in the 2009 National Draft.