Monday, January 10, 2022 8:00 p.m.
From Coast Live
Former Fremantle Docker Harley Balic has died at the age of just 25.
Balic played four games for Dockers in 2017 after being drafted with pick 38 in the 2015 National Draft.
He played against Subiaco in Peel Thunders’ Premiership win in 2016 and collected 20 departures in the 23-point win .
After landing at the Demons, Balic retired during the 2018 season, saying it wasn’t an easy decision at the time.
« It’s something I won’t regret and I’m Melbourne very much grateful that I got a second chance at the club.
« I’ve always loved football, but my heart is not in it and everything is going to be torture and I think it’s just the thing. »
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