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"Tell 'Duck' we should catch up". Carey, Stevens bury the hatchet 14 years on

  • "Tell 'Duck' we should catch up". Carey, Stevens bury the hatchet 14 years on

    26 June 1999: Wayne Carey , number 18 for the Kangaroos and team mate Anthony Stevens, number 29 ( right) leave the ground after the AFL round 13 game between the Kangaroos and Carlton played at the M.C.G. Melbourne,Victoria,Australia. The Kangaroos defeated Carlton. Mandatory Credit: Stuart Milligan/ALLSPORT

14 years on.

Anthony Stevens and Wayne Carey have buried the hatchet and moved on from the affair that Carey had with Stevens' wife, Kelly back in the early 2000's. 

Stevens and Carey have an upcoming reunion for the 1996 Premiership coming up and have decided to shake hands, and put their past behind them. 

Last year, Anthony Stevens appeared on an edition of Open Mike on Fox Footy, allegedly saying that Carey failed to apologise for the affair with Kelly Stevens. The pair has settled that issue and both have agreed to put the matter behind them, as it was affecting previous functions that the pair both appeared at.

According to The Age reported Caroline Wilson, Stevens messaged good friend and former premiership team-mate Glenn Archer, letting Carey know that he had left Jim Krakouer out of his tribute video. 

Stevens then added "And tell 'Duck' we should catch up."

Finally, Wilson reports that Carey called Archer to thank him for his role in getting Stevens and Carey back together, however Carey knows that Stevens will always be hurt. 

Carey finished with "This will be a true reunion"

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