Facts of Stan Alves
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Stan Alves is the former Australian Rules football player and coach. He is known for playing in the Wing position. He has played for Melbourne club, North Melbourne club.
Stan Alves's wife
Stan Alves has not revealed any information regarding his wife or married life. He had a son whose name is Matthew Alves.
But unfortunately, his son died while he as 13 years old. Stan Alves's son died after being hit by a train in July 1989.
He faced a tragedy of losing his son at such a young age. Stan Alves battled with depression after the death of his son.
Stan Alves's net worth
The net worth of Stan Alves is estimated to be around 8 million dollars.
He has worked very hard and showed a high level of dedication to be successful in his career.
He has earned most of his net worth from his football career.
He has also published books. His book
"Sacked Coach: Life… football… death" are at sell in Amazon.com at $196 and three used book are at $9.50.
Stan Alves's wiki
Stan Alves was born on May 22, 1946. His current age is 73 years old, as of 2019. He has not revealed any information regarding his birthplace, but it is safe to say that he was born in Australia. He has also not shown any information regarding his parents as well.
He has an average height of 5 ft 10 inches that is 178 cm. and his weight is 78 kg, which is 172 lb.
Stan Alves's career
Stan Alves has played 226 games for Melbourne Football Club from the 1960s to 1970s. He was also the captain of the Melbourne Football Club from 1973 to 1976. He finished runner up for Brownlow Medal in 1975. He then joined North Melbourne in 1977.
Stan Alves played 40 games for North Melbourne before he retired from the team. After retiring, he became the coach of the St Kilda in 1994. St Kilda won the 1996 pre-season competition. His career of coaching St Kilda ended in the 1998 season.
Stan Alves was awarded Australian Sports Medal on October 24, 2000, for his contribution to Australian football. He was also awarded the Order of Australia Medal on January 26, 2008, for "service to Australian Rules football as a player, coach, and commentator, and to the community as a supporter of charitable organizations."
He is currently offering a range of services to meet the needs of small businesses, sporting clubs, charities, and corporations, which include: motivational speaking, guest speaker, master of ceremonies, team building, coaching, keynote speaking, commentary, charity nights, and others.
He also likes to share his experience when he lost his son. He also has a powerful story to tell regarding his battle with depression.