Australian Rules Footballer

Nathan Thompson

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Age 45
Birthday February 141978
Birth Sign Aquarius
City Australia
Country Australia
Profession Australian Rules Footballer

Nathan Thompson is a famous Australian Rules Footballer, born on February 14, 1978 in Australia. As of December 2022, Nathan Thompson’s net worth is $5 Million. He was a two-time leading goalkicker for both Hawthorn and the Kangaroos.

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Nathan Thompson Biography

Australian Rules Football player who played from 1998-2008 for Hawthorn and the Kangaroos. Nathan Thompson (born 14 February 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer, who previously played with the Hawthorn and North Melbourne Football Clubs in the Australian Football League. He is a previous panellist on the Sunday Footy Show..

In 2004 he admitted to the media, fans, and players that he suffered from depression.

Thompson was recruited from Kyneton and debuted for the Hawthorn Football Club in 1998. A tall marking forward, Thompson was an important young player for the club considering he was selected in the 1997 AFL Draft at pick 82.

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Thompson performed well in Hawthorn’s 2001 campaign, in which they came within two goals of playing in the Grand Final, and Thompson finished 3rd in the Peter Crimmins Medal. Playing mostly at Full Forward with the occasional run in the ruck, Thompson was the club’s leading goalkicker for seasons 2003 and 2004.

Nathan Thompson Net Worth

Nathan Thompson is one of the richest Australian Rules Footballer & listed on most popular Australian Rules Footballer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Nathan Thompson‘s net worth $5 Million.

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He was the 82nd pick in the 1997 AFL draft.

Thompson performed well in Hawthorn’s 2001 campaign, in which they came within two goals of playing in the Grand Final, and Thompson finished 3rd in the Peter Crimmins Medal. Playing mostly at Full Forward with the occasional run in the ruck, Thompson was the club’s leading goalkicker for seasons 2003 and 2004.

At the end of 2004, possibly following the need for a fresh start following his revelation of depression, Thompson was a prized recruit for the North Melbourne Football Club and was seen as a big forward option alongside Saverio Rocca at the club. In 2005 he debuted for the Kangaroos and found himself working in rotation and occasionally in tandem with Rocca up forward, although this was not a permanent move due to Rocca’s age and the top-heaviness of the Roos’ forward line.

In 2004 Thompson admitted to the media that he had been suffering from clinical depression, a saga that raised awareness of the condition.

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In 2006 Thompson faced an eventful two weeks. In the Round 5 game against Melbourne, Thompson had helped the Kangaroos to get back in the game after they were trailing at half-time. Having booted 5 goals for the day and being in control of the Demons’ defence, Thompson took a couple of important contested marks and was a dangerous presence up forward for North (in terms of scoring and marking power). He put the Kangaroos in front after they had trailed for much of the last three quarters and was on his way to perhaps putting in a match-winning performance. However following a desperate last-quarter chase of Melbourne’s Nathan Carroll, Thompson in a shock move put himself on the bench, replacing himself with Drew Petrie. He was not sitting on the bench and was standing up, giving the impression that he wanted to come back onto the ground. Thompson later cited that he was “spent” and tired as the reasons for his early exit (Melbourne then went on to win the game with a last minute goal after the Kangaroos had several forward opportunities).

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Ranked on the list of most popular Australian Rules Footballer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Nathan Thompson celebrates birthday on February 14 of every year.

Thompson was the Kangaroos’ leading goalkicker for 2005 with 52 goals and was considered a good choice for the Roos.

Thompson has recovered well from his knee injury and was considered a possibility of a return in 2007. His name was thrown around for the round 22 clash against the Western Bulldogs but he didn’t end up playing. He also missed out on the finals with coach Laidley saying that he wouldn’t risk changing the team’s structure that had led to the success they had enjoyed over the season. Thompson will now be looking forward to a big return in 2008.

Thompson was going outstanding in the Pre-Season, with the new fast running attacking ball play ready to give him more of the footy. He kicked a Super Goal against Carlton in the Semi-Finals of the NAB Cup, then, a week later against St Kilda in a Practice Match, Thompson ruptured his ACL and missed the entire 2007 Season.

On 24 December 2008, North Melbourne and Hawthorn spearhead Nathan Thompson has decided to come out of retirement and signed with VFL club Werribee Tigers next season after announcing his retirement from AFL ranks this year. The Tigers, who have a part-time AFL alignment with the Kangaroos in the VFL, were desperate to snare a big forward with stature to replace former captain and this year’s J.J. Liston Trophy winner James Podsiadly, who was a shock departure after crossing to Geelong’s VFL team.

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