Dahlhaus calls time on his AFL career

Luke Dahlhaus has joined Geelong partner Joel Selwood in retirement, calling time after twelve AFL seasons.

A day after the Felines’ prevalence skipper Selwood’s close to home declaration, Dahlhaus affirmed his choice in a club explanation.

The 30-year-old played 71 games with Geelong and 154 with the Western Bulldogs, having moved to Kardinia Park as a free specialist toward the end of 2018.

He was important for the Bulldogs’ 2016 prevalence side and played in the Felines’ 2020 thousand last loss, yet passed up the current year’s flag.

“I feel extremely fortunate and respected to have played at two astounding football clubs more than 12 years and made companions that I will have forever,” Dahlhaus said.

“Much obliged to you to everybody that has upheld me along the way.”

Geelong football director Simon Lloyd honored Dahlhaus’ benevolent methodology.

“Luke has had an outstanding profession across two clubs, and we’ve been extremely lucky to have him here in Geelong over the last four seasons,” Lloyd said.

“On the field, he frequently set the vibe for our gathering with his assurance and group first mindset, yet he was similarly significant off the field, where his excitement for partners and his sort and giving nature made him one of the most famous individuals from our club.”

Geelong are supposed to be dynamic in the exchange period, having been emphatically connected with moves for GWS midfielder Leather expert Bruhn and Collingwood forward Ollie Henry.

There is space to move following the retirements of Dahlhaus and Selwood.

The Felines additionally delisted Quinton Narkle, Francis Evans, Scratch Stevens, Paul Tsapatolis and Zane Williams soon after the excellent last whipping of Sydney.