Adem Yze, born September 21, 1977, is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). Yze, of Albanian descent, was educated at Galvin Park Secondary College in Werribee, Victoria. He has made the third-highest number of appearances in the history of the Melbourne Football Club. He is currently serving as an assistant coach with the Hawthorn Football Club. Who is he currently married to? What is Adem Yze’s wife name?
Adem Yze is married and his wife name is Annette. The couple has two kids named Noah and Jasmine. The son Noah is quite passionate to sports.
Adem Yze’s AFL career
Taken at 16 in the 1994 National AFL Draft and made his debut with the Melbourne Demons in 1995. He was an almost regular presence with the club throughout his career. During this period, he stayed pretty constant, switching from half-back to midfield and, in recent years, between half-forward and half-back. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Yze led the league in kicks, finishing third behind Scott Camporeale and Nathan Buckley in 2000. Yze struggled with his form throughout the preseason in 2007. After a poor performance against St Kilda in round one, his run of 226 consecutive AFL games was broken when Melbourne elected to rest him for the round two game against Hawthorn.
Adem Yze’s game
Yze was then chosen for Melbourne’s round 4 encounter against Fremantle, where he had a career-high 38 possessions and scored one goal, earning him the title of “best on ground” for the day. Despite seeing minimal first-team involvement in 2008, the final year of his contract with Melbourne, Yze announced his ambition to continue playing football.
However, these six games helped Yze to reach 300 senior appearances, earning him a Lifetime AFL Membership. Yze stated his intention to play for another AFL team in 2009, saying that he would enter the preseason draft, although he admitted that he had “stuff all” chances of getting chosen up by another club. Yze, on the other hand, said in 2009 that he would continue to play, even if it were in a suburban club like East Burwood, where his brother Damian played. Yze began his career with the Box Hill Hawks before moving on to the Shepparton Swans.
Adem Yze as a coach
Yze took over as Hawthorn’s backline coach on November 14, 2014, having previously served as a specialized goal-kicking and development coach for the Hawks for the previous three seasons. Yze was recognized for playing a crucial part in harnessing the superior kicking talents of the Hawthorn players as they emerged into the AFL’s deadliest side in front of goal over the previous two seasons, with the team’s accuracy jumping from 48% to 57.1 % during his term as goal kicking coach.