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Roger Hayden is an Australian rules footballer who currently plays for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was born on 9 December 1980 in Australia. Hayden began his career with the West Coast Eagles in the AFL in 2001, playing in the reserves before making his debut in the senior team in 2002. He played a total of 97 games for the Eagles before being traded to Fremantle in 2008. He has since played a total of 135 games for Fremantle, and was part of the team that won the 2013 AFL Grand Final. Hayden is a versatile player, capable of playing in a variety of positions. He is known for his strong marking and tackling ability, as well as his ability to read the play. Hayden is married to his wife, Sarah, and they have two children together. He is currently 43 years old. As of 2021, Roger Hayden's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful career in the AFL. He has also earned money through endorsements and sponsorships.
|43 years old
|9 December, 1980
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Roger Hayden Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Roger Hayden height is 182 cm and Weight 81 kg.
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Roger Hayden Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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On 31 August 2011, Roger Hayden announced his retirement at the age of 30, owing to a long-term foot injury. He has been a development coach at Fremantle since the 2012 AFL season.
The 2007 AFL Season was undoubtedly Roger Hayden's best, playing in all 22 games and was named among the final 40 for selection in the 2007 All-Australian team.
Hayden continued his good form into 2004, but broke his leg in the round 21 Western Derby. A long and arduous rehabilitation program meant that he was unavailable for the start of the 2005 season and another hamstring injury in a WAFL game meant he was unable to break back into the Fremantle side. He was, however, able to play for South Fremantle in their 2005 Premiership side. After returning to the Fremantle lineup in Round 2 of 2006, he only managed to remain in the team for three games being dropped after a poor game against Adelaide in Round 4. After consistent performances in the WAFL for South Fremantle he returned to the AFL for the remainder of the 2006 season.
Hayden cemented his place amongst the so-called No Name defence alongside Robert Haddrill, Dion Woods, Antoni Grover and Shane Parker of 2003 that helped Fremantle to reach their first ever finals appearance. He played in 21 of the 23 games and finished equal 9th in the Doig Medal best and fairest award. In round 4, 2003, Hayden was one of the seven indigenous players to represent Fremantle, the most ever to play in a single AFL team. The other indigenous players for Fremantle that day were Troy Cook, Jeff Farmer, Antoni Grover, Des Headland, Steven Koops and Dion Woods.
When full back Anthony Jones tore his pectoral muscle, Hayden was elevated off the rookie list. He made his AFL debut in round 15, 2002 against the Kangaroos in Canberra at Manuka Oval. In his second game, a Western Derby, he was challenged to play well on Phil Matera, or else it would be his last game for Fremantle. Hayden performed brilliantly (in just his second game as a defender), restricting Matera to a single goal. He would play three more games in 2002 before a hamstring injury forced him out of the team. He had shown enough, however, to be elevated permanently off the rookie list onto the senior playing list.
Hayden was drafted by Fremantle in the 2000 Rookie Draft. He spent the entire 2001 season on the rookie list and played for South Fremantle, mainly as a midfielder.
Roger Hayden (born 9 December 1980) is a former Australian rules footballer. He played as a back pocket for the Fremantle Football Club after beginning his senior football career with South Fremantle Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).