Arguably the greatest player to represent Australia's most famous football club, Nathan Buckley has had an extraordinary career that boasts a Brownlow Medal, a Norm Smith Medal, six club best and fairest awards and nine seasons as captain of Collingwood. A true professional and an astute self-analyst, he is now one of the most respected authorities on the game.
Few players have attracted as much attention as Buckley, but despite the years of intense scrutiny, he remains one of football's most intruiging and misunderstood figures.
All I Can Be reveals the vast gulf between the public perception of Nathan Buckley and the man he really is. Buckley's brutally honest insights are enhanced by frank commentary of family, friends, teammates, coaches and opponents. This is this higly anticipated story of one of football's finest, who gave his all but who never experienced the glory of an AFL premiership. It is a privileged, fascinating glimpse into the heart and mind of a truly inspirational sporting legend, and his relentless quest to become the best he could be.