Warren Tredrea is one of the greatest ever players to represent the Port Adelaide Football Club with a record that most would love to have.
The four-time best and fairest winner hung up the boots in 2010 after an illustrious career at Port Adelaide, booting 549 goals in 255 games, and captained the Power to a premiership in 2004.
He was also a four-time All-Australian and won a premiership with his beloved Port Magpies as a 17-year-old in 1996.
Tredrea has worked in the media landscape since his retirement and is now joining the North Adelaide Roosters and good mate Jacob Surjan for the 2023 SANFL season.
On my recent chat with Warren on Sports Legends with Bevo we discussed his thoughts on Port’s finals chances for 2023, why the prison bars mean so much to players at the club, funny team-mates he’s played with over the years and the joy of being acting skipper and holding aloft the 2004 AFL Premiership cup when Port upset the Brisbane Lions.
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