Brent Harvey doesn’t plan on leaving Kangaroos



Brent Harvey doesn’t plan on leaving Kangaroos

Brent Harvey of the North Melbourne Kangaroos says he plans on staying with the club next season. Harvey, who just became the fourth player in AFL history to appear in 400 senior matches, said if he plays again in 2016 he hopes it’s with the Kangaroos. The 37-year-old reached the 400-game milestone at the Gabba on July 25th in North Melbourne’s clash with the Brisbane Lions. Kangaroos’ fans should be sure to back their team’s next contest with a CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet .

Kangaroos’ head coach Brad Scott recently told the press he’s not sure if Harvey will be playing again next season and where he’ll be suiting up if he does. Recent media reports have said Harvey is weighing his options and could sign elsewhere. When asked where he’ll be in 2016, Harvey stated,

I’m a North Melbourne person through and through. I will be at North Melbourne.

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Brent Harvey doesn’t plan on leaving Kangaroos featHarvey went on to say the club was fantastic in its support regarding his recent 400th game. He held a press conference several days before the match with Kevin Bartlett, Dustin Fletcher and Michael Tuck, the only other players who have reached the milestone, and said it has been an unbelievable experience. Punters should have a good look at the latest wagering odds before making their next CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet.

Harvey added that he usually gets together with Scott around this time of the season to discuss the player’s plans for the following campaign. Harvey remarked, “I will let things cool down in the next couple of weeks, go into Brad’s office and we’ll have a chat like we do not only every year, probably every fortnight as well.” No matter which footy team you’re picking in the next round, don’t forget to back them with a CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet.


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