Fremantle Football Club Drafting and Trading History

Fremantle Football Club Drafting And Trading History

Fremantle Football Club's drafting and trading history is often cited as a reason for their poor on-field record, in not winning a finals game in their first 11 seasons.

Phil Smart was the recruiting manager at Fremantle from when they were formed in 1994 until 2008, remaining at the club until the end of 2009 as their draft manager, with Brad Lloyd being appointed the national recruitment manager.

Read more about Fremantle Football Club Drafting And Trading History:  2012/13 Off Season, 2011/12 Off Season, 2010/11 Off Season, 2009/10 Off Season, 2008/09 Off Season, 2007/08 Off Season, 2006/07 Off Season, 2005/06 Off Season, 2004/05 Off Season, 2003/04 Off Season, 2002/03 Off Season, 2001/02 Off Season, 2000/01 Off Season, 1999/2000 Off Season, 1998/99 Off Season, 1997/98 Off Season, 1996/97 Off Season, 1995/96 Off Season, 1994/95 Off Season

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