|Full name||Daniel Thomas Minogue|
|Date of birth||4 September 1891|
|Place of birth||Bendigo, Victoria|
|Date of death||27 July 1961(aged 69)|
|Place of death||Heidelberg, Victoria|
|Original team(s)||St Killian's
|Height||180 cm (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||87 kg (192 lb)|
|1911 – 1916||Collingwood||85 (37)|
|1920 – 1925||Richmond||94 (38)|
|1935–1937||St Kilda||54 (30–24–0)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1926.
3 Coaching statistics correct as of 1942.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
Minogue was considered a courageous, or perhaps reckless, centre half-back as epitomised when he sustained a broken collarbone playing for Collingwood Football Club in the first minute of the 1911 Grand Final and then playing out the entire match.
Unhappy at the treatment of Jim Sadler, one of his former teammates at Collingwood, his request to transfer to Richmond upon his return from AIF service during World War I created ill feeling and he had to stand out of competition for twelve months in order to secure the transfer.
In addition to playing at three VFL clubs he coached at five clubs – a record that has never been equalled.
In 1996 Minogue was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.
- "Daniel Thomas Minogue". National Archives of Australia.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Dan Minogue.|
- Ross, John (1999). The Australian Football Hall of Fame. Australia: HarperCollinsPublishers. p. 98. ISBN 0-7322-6426-X.
- Hogan P: The Tigers Of Old, Richmond FC, Melbourne 1996
- AFL Hall of Fame
- Collingwood Forever Profile
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