|Date of birth||8 April 1959|
|1987–1993||Sydney Swans||96 (4)|
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
Cordy was recruited from Traralgon, Victoria. He made his AFL debut with the Footscray Football Club in 1979, and went on to play 139 games and kick 28 goals with the club until 1986, mainly playing as a winger. He moved to the Sydney Swans in 1987, playing more of a defensive role, going on to play 96 games and kick 3 goals until 1993, when he retired.
In 1996, Cordy became a sports reporter for Network Ten in Melbourne, and appeared in the documentary Year of the Dogs in this capacity. He has been a long-time contributor to the show Sports Tonight and the nightly sports reports on the news. He has also been a boundary rider during AFL matches for Ten, mostly in Sydney or for big games involving the Sydney Swans, such as the 2005 and 2006 Grand Finals.
Cordy is now the head AFL reporter for Sydney's The Daily Telegraph.
Cordy is the brother of fellow Australian rules footballers Graeme and Brian. His nephew, Ayce Cordy, currently plays for the Western Bulldogs after being selected under the father-son rule as son of Brian. He has another nephew Zaine who in 2014 was added to the Western Bulldogs list under father son rule. 
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