Recruited from Ballarat, where he was a potato farmer, Danny Frawley made his debut for the St Kilda Football Club in 1984, at the age of 20.
Initially playing as a forward, Danny Frawley soon made his name as a renowned fullback playing 226 games from 1984 to 1995, including 9 years as captain. Frawley was chosen as a Victorian state representative in 1987 and the following year as in the All-Australian team, the same year he won St Kilda's Best and Fairest.
After a prodigious playing career, Danny Frawley took up the coaching reigns at the Richmond Football Club in 2000 and, with almost immediate success, took the Tiger to the finals in 2001, their first finals appearance since 1995. However, his tenure at the club finished in 2003 and Danny Frawley has since left coaching to begin a media career, most notably as a special comments man for Triple M.
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