Robert Harvey

Collingwood Coach


Coaching Experience

Collingwood Senior Assistant Coach 2012 – current


One of the most decorated players of all-time,Harvey’s playing career with St Kilda came to an end in 2008 after 21 seasons and 383 games. A winner of consecutive Brownlow medals in 1997 and 1998, eight All Australian berths and four Best and Fairest wins,Harvey returned to the Saints as assistant coach in 2011 after two years as development coach at Carlton. Following the shock move of Ross Lyon to St Kilda,Harvey made the tough decision to once again leave his beloved Saints to experience another environment and further hone his coaching skills.  As a result season 2012 saw him as Nathan Buckley’s right hand man at Collingwood. Harvey will play a significant role for the Magpies and Buckley in their quest for Premiership glory.

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