Josh Fraser

Assistant Coach

At Carlton : 2016 -
Playing Career : Collingwood 2000-2010 (200 games, 156 goals), Gold Coast 2011-2012 (18 games, 12 goals).
Height : 202 cm. (6 ft. 8 in.)
Weight : 100 kg. (15 stone, 10 lbs.)
DOB : January 5, 1982

Joshua Fraser joined Carlton’s coaching panel in October, 2016 after 218 AFL games for Collingwood and Gold Coast, including Collingwood’s back-to-back Grand Final defeats by the Brisbane Lions in 2002-03.

An athletic 202 cm ruckman-forward, Fraser was Collingwood’s choice as number 1 draft pick in 1999, and gave the Magpies a decade of honest and effective service. When he was delisted in 2010, he moved north and finished his career as a mentor to the young ruckmen at the Gold Coast Suns.

After retiring as a player in 2012, Fraser took on the role of coaching the Suns’ Reserves in the NEAFL while he completed two courses run by the AFL – a Level 2 coaching course, and the Next Coach program. Fraser’s principle role at Carlton will be coaching the Northern Blues, but he will also be involved in player development.


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