Allen Jakovich Biography
Allen John Jakovich (/dʒ æ k ə v ɪ tʃ / ) (born 21 March 1968) is a retired Australian rules football player. Jakovich was a prolific full forward and is notable for kicking 208 goals in his 54 Australian Football League matches, an average of 3.85 per game, for Melbourne and Footscray. He and his younger brother, Glen Jakovich, both began their AFL careers in the 1990 AFL Draft.
Allen Jakovich is a famous Rules Football Player, who was born on March 21, 1968 in Australia.
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Allen Jakovich was the second of three sons for Darko and Mary Jakovich. Allen represented Western Australia in 1983 for the Secondary Schools U15 competition. He played alongside Chris Lewis, Andrew McGovern, Paul Peos and Chris Waterman who would also go on to play AFL.
Allen Jakovich Net Worth
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He then played in towns in outback Western Australia such as Port Headland and Kalgoorlie. It was while playing at Port Hedland that Allen Jakovich met Brian Hood who was the Coach of the NTFL team Southern Districts. Brian convinced Allen to join Southern Districts for the 1988/1989 season.
He then played in the Northern Territory Football League, including the 1988/89 season in which he kicked 104 goals for Southern Districts.
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Allen followed his older brother Garry (3 Senior Games in 1984) and began his senior career with South Fremantle in the West Australian Football League. Over the 1985 and 1986 seasons, Allen played 7 games in the seniors and kicked 22 Goals at an average of 3.14 goals per game. As of 2015 this was the 15th best goals per game average for the club. Allen kicked 62 goals for the Colts 1984 season and was an important part of the Bulldogs premiership victory. In Round4 of the 1985 Season for the Colts, Allen kicked 10 goals against Subiaco.
Over the past three years at Melbourne he balanced some mercurial performances with fitness problems and indifferent form. He was let go at the start of 1995, due to a persistent back injury.
He debuted in the seniors in round 1 against the West Coast Eagles at Subiaco but was quickly dropped for the following week. Jakovich played in the Melbourne reserves and dominated the reserves competition in the first half of the 1991 season.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Rules Football Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia.
Allen also played in the 1985 Teal Cup football team for Western Australia. Allen played alongside future West Coast Eagles players Chris Lewis, Paul Peos, Guy McKenna, Chris Waterman, Scott Watters, Peter Sumich and John Worsfold in what was Western Australia’s first TEAL cup win. Although playing well in Western Australia’s first two games against Queensland and NSW, Allen Jakovich only scored a single goal in the final against Victoria and was replaced halfway through the 3rd quarter.
He has largely been out of the public eye since the late 1990s, except for a one-off appearance on The Footy Show. and in a wide-ranging interview on the Demonland podcast in 2017 and also two appearances on The Front Bar in 2018.
Jakovich later moved to South Australia and played in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL). In the 1990 season, he kicked 101 goals for Woodville. It was this performance that drew the attention of Melbourne Football Club talent scouts.