A dual flag-winning skipper of the Geelong Cats, Tom Harley retired in 2009, leaving behind one of the best captaincy records in AFL history. Harley's leadership skills were consistently praised during his time and he established himself as one of the most respected leaders in AFL.
On retirement, Harley joined the Seven Network as a commentator, filling the much-coveted seat on Friday Night Football and making regular appearances during games and on talk show AFL Game Day. He also appeared weekly on Sunrise and Seven Nightly News during the season.
In 2010, Harley also took up a year-long role as Project Consultant to the Greater Western Sydney Football Club while working with the AIS/AFL Academy as an Assistant Coach and Mentor. In September 2010, he released Standing Tall, a book he penned himself on confidence, teamwork and leadership. He also wrote a weekly column for The Age during the AFL finals.
In 2011, Harley was appointed Manager, Planning & Operations of NSW/ACT AFL and Coach of the NSW/ACT Under 16 team and AIS/AFL. He is back in the commentating chair with Seven and is an in-demand speaker for Australian rules and other related sporting events.
Tom Harley travels from New South Wales Australia