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Ex-Cat Buzza joins Port Adelaide

“I really enjoyed my time at Geelong even though I didn’t get the results and outcomes that I was hoping for, but I’m super excited to get another opportunity and I’m looking forward to getting stuck in,” Buzza said.

Wylie Buzza in action in the VFL for Geelong this year.

Wylie Buzza in action in the VFL for Geelong this year.Credit:Getty Images

“I see myself as an AFL-standard footballer and I think I can contribute to overall team success rather than just being a number on the list. I know I might not get the opportunities straight away but I’m confident I can be a contributor at AFL level.

“I feel like I’m at a really good age where I’ve still got a lot of development in front of me but I can still help people younger than me coming into the club as well.

“I’m learning a bit about the history of the club and to be there in its 150th year is going to be pretty special.”


Power general manager of football Chris Davies said he looked forward to welcoming Buzza to the club.

“Wylie comes to the Port Adelaide at a time when we have farewelled Paddy Ryder and Billy Frampton and he will occupy that role of being a forward who can pinch-hit in the ruck,” Davies said.

“He’s got attributes that we think will add to our forward and ruck mix and he showed last season that he can find consistency and goals as a key forward.

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