IN THE latest edition of Timmy G's Tyrepower Time Machine, Tim Ginever sits down with four-time Port Adelaide premiership defender Brian Leys.
Leys was a confident backman who played in four premierships in just 86 games at Alberton after making the move from Richmond in 1995.
The pair dive into Leys' time at the Tigers, making the move to Port Adelaide and enjoying those successful years in the late 1990s, with a good dose of humourous anecdotes mixed in.
Stay tuned to portadelaidefc.com.au over the coming weeks for further episodes with other Port Adelaide legends as Timmy G's Tyrepower Time Machine reveals more untold stories of the legends and characters of the club.
- 1.35: Ley's love of football as a child
- 4.50: This time Ley's spent at Richmond and the players he played on
- 8.38: Leaving Richmond
- 11.21: Leys first game for Port Adelaide
- 20.00: John Cahill motivating Leys ahead of his first senior Grand Final
- 27.20: The 1998 Grand Final against Sturt
- 30.30: The 1999 Grand Final against Norwood
- 32.46: Leys coaching career