There has been a lot of talk on social media about Billy Brownless and his new relationship.
Brownless is a great player for Geelong. On Friday, August 19, he confirmed rumors that he had started dating again. The 55-year-old said he recently became close with a partner whose name has been kept secret and that he and that partner are now evaluating their options.
The former Australian soccer player was born and raised in Jerilderie, New South Wales. He played for AFL team Geelong in the 1980s. Today he works as a radio and television presenter.
Anthony Brownless, who has worked for the Nine Network for 27 years, said in September 2021 that he would be leaving The Sunday Footy Show and the network.
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Billy Brownless recently opened up about his past relationships, which could be good news for his fans and supporters. He told The Herald Sun in an interview that he is currently seeing his new girlfriend.
“It’s a new friendship and a nice one. We’re fine and we’re taking our time.” When the 55-year-old confirmed the news, his fans were relieved because they had worried about his past relationships and had seen him struggle for years following his divorce from Nicki Brownless.
Billy Brownless, a former “Footy Show” star and Triple M radio host, calls himself a “fisherman” when he’s looking for love. Brownless’ colleagues at Triple M poked fun at the former All-Australian being spotted dating a woman they didn’t know. That made him feel like he had to tell the truth.
Despite this, he said nothing more about his new partner. So we don’t know who she is or anything else about her. Nicki, her ex-spouse is 52 years old which was a good age difference to Billy who is 55 years old.
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Since 2005, Brownless has been a frequent guest on both The Sunday Footy Show and The Footy Show. He also co-hosted the daily breakfast show Morning Glory on Melbourne radio station SEN 1116.
But by November 2008, he no longer had to work five days a week. Prior to Bounce, Brownless was featured on a weekly Foxtel football show hosted by Jason Dunstall and Danny Frawley through the end of the 2008 AFL season.
The story of Billy Brownless’ children, his ex-wife Nicki and Garry Lyon
Billy Brownless and his ex-wife Nicki have four children together. Her two boys are Oscar and Max and her two girls are Lucy and Ruby.
Nicki started dating one of Brownless’ colleagues, Garry Lyon, after she found out they had split in 2015 after 18 years of marriage.
Brownless and Nicki also made headlines in 2016 and beyond. Due to their relationship, Brownless and Lyon had a falling out which saddened Lyon and caused him to leave The Footy Show.
Despite Nicky and Lyon telling him they were just friends, Brownless felt lied to. Billy Brownless’ daughter Lucy has spoken openly about how her father reconnected with Garry Lyon, a former best friend who is now dating Brownless’ ex-wife.
Brownless was born and raised in a small town called Jerilderie in New South Wales. When Jerilderie Football Club was in the Murray Football League, he first played football for them. He lived at Assumption College in Kilmore, Victoria for three years. This school is known as one of Australia’s top ‘football kindergartens’ for its long history of educating football players who later went on to play in the AFL. Brownless scored 155 goals for the school team in 1984, his final year there.
Geelong asked Brownless to train with them, but he decided to return home to Jerilderie to be with his family and friends and play senior football for a season before going to Geelong. During the 1985 season he worked on a farm and scored 148 goals for Jerilderie’s senior team. Jerilderie got to the final but they lost. Despite injuring his ankle in the semifinals, Brownless scored six of the team’s nine goals.
Prior to the 1986 VFL season, Brownless moved to Geelong and began working as a groundsman at Kardinia Park. He said playing for Geelong is the next step for him as the city is in a rural area.
It really is like a big country town and the club is very similar to a country club. You are all in a row and not too far apart. It makes you feel good.
Brownless made his VFL senior debut in Round 1 of 1986 and quickly became known as a strong full-forward. That year, he won the Cats’ best freshman player award. He played 198 games and scored 441 goals, which puts him fifth on Geelong’s all-time list behind Gary Ablett (1021), Doug Wade (834), Tom Hawkins (545) and Steve Johnson (452).
In the 1994 qualifying final against Footscray, Brownless scored a goal after the siren. It’s one of the things he remembers most fondly. Geelong were a point behind when he marked the ball near the goal line just seconds from time. He then scored a goal to propel Geelong to the next round of the final. Although the Cats made it to the finals, they lost that game. Brownless was a member of Geelong teams that lost four major finals.
Brownless “retired” in 1997 when he was 30, but the real reason was that the club didn’t need him for the 1998 AFL season.
Brownless scored 11 goals in one game at the Gabba, which is a record.
Place of birth
Brownless first played State of Origin for New South Wales in 1988. That year he played in the State of Origin Carnival. He scored three goals during the tournament, two against South Australia and one against Western Australia. In 1993 he was selected to play for NSW/ACT against Victoria in the State of Origin Carnival. Brownless played at center back with Wayne Carey and John Longmire on the team. When the Allies defeated Western Australia in 1995, he scored five goals and was named one of the best players.
What to do in the media and in life after football
Brownless transitioned into media when he stopped playing football. He was often on the Footy Show. He played family matriarch Joybell Bulger on The House of Bulger on The Footy Show.
He got a job as a sales rep at Geelong’s 95.5 K-Rock. He was soon co-hosting a twice-weekly sports/comedy segment called “On the Bench” with former Geelong player Dwayne Russell and Essendon fan “Ferret” (Russell Taylor) on their breakfast show “Big Mattress.” “On The Bench” had a long list of Geelong players as special guests, including Barry Stoneham, Tim McGrath and Paul Couch.
In 1992 he was the first to win the Mirrool Silo Kick at the Riverina. He did this by kicking an Aussie Rules football more than 32 yards over the Mirrool silos.
In August 1999 it was said that both the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and the ruling Liberal Party of Australia wanted to bring Brownless into politics, although he did not have much experience. This was because Brownless had connections in the local political scene. Labor leader Steve Bracks, who won the state election that year, was a Geelong supporter and Brownless had persuaded then-Prime Minister Jeff Kennett’s wife, Felicity, to become Geelong’s number one female ticket holder.
By 2005, Brownless was a regular on both The Sunday Footy Show and The Footy Show. He was also the co-host of Melbourne radio station SEN 1116’s weekday morning show Morning Glory. In November 2008, Brownless’ five-day-a-week job ended. Brownless appeared on the Foxtel show Before the Bounce with Jason Dunstall and Danny Frawley every week until the end of the 2008 AFL season.
Brownless was added to the Thursday Night AFL Footy Show in May 2008 to replace Sam Newman, who was ill. As Newman got better, Brownless was demoted to a guest panelist. From 2009 until the show’s end in 2019, Brownless was a regular again, along with Shane Crawford to replace Trevor Marmalade. Each week, Brownless, Crawford and, since 2012, Matthew Lloyd swapped places.
In March 2010, Brownless began work on The Rush Hour with James Brayshaw, a new drive show at Triple M Melbourne.
Brownless bought the Cumberland Hotel in Castlemaine, Victoria. He is also the owner of the Cremorne Hotel in Newtown, Victoria.
Brownless was in the sixth season of the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! in January 2020.
I want to go
Brownless told Nine Network and The Sunday Footy Show in September 2021 that he was leaving after 27 years.
life at home
Nicki had been married to Brownless. They have two sons, Oscar and Max, and two daughters, Lucy and Ruby. Brownless and Nicki were in the news in 2016 and beyond when it was revealed they were divorcing in 2015 after 18 years of marriage and that Nicki had started dating one of Brownless’ coworkers, Garry Lyon. Brownless and Lyon had a very bad argument about their relationship, and Lyon left The Footy Show because he was sad.