|Occupation:||Australian Rules Footballer|
|Birth Day:||March 23, 1987|
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He got his start with Claremont in the Western Australia Football League. He eventually became the second pick in the 2005 Rookie Draft.
In 2009, he won favour with the coaching staff with his relentless attack at the football and player and his never say die attitude. He cemented his place in the senior side, missing only one game in 2009.
2010 was the highlight of Toovey's AFL career. He played every game, becoming a crucial part of the Collingwood backline as the club won its 15th AFL/VFL premiership.
In 2011 Toovey missed a month of football due to a broken finger. At the end of the year, his manager emailed all AFL clubs to inform them that Toovey was out of contract, had rejected the club's initial offer and was looking for a better deal elsewhere. Despite this, he later re-signed with Collingwood for two more years.
During the round five clash against Essendon in 2013, Toovey ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament during an innocuous fall in the last quarter of the game. As a result, Toovey required a knee reconstruction and missed the remainder of the 2013 season. He was selected back into the Collingwood side for the round 1 clash against Fremantle in 2014.
On 22 August 2016, he announced he would retire at the end of the season, along with 2010 premiership teammate Brent Macaffer.
Currently, Alan Toovey is 34 years, 4 months and 13 days old. Alan Toovey will celebrate 35th birthday on a Wednesday 23rd of March 2022.
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