|Full name Milham Hanna|
Name Mil Hanna
Place of birth Lebanon
Height 1.86 m
Original team Brunswick East
|Date of birth (1966-04-05) 5 April 1966 (age 49)|
Height/Weight • 186 centimetres (6 feet 1 inch) • 92 kilograms (203 pounds)
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Milham Hanna (born 5 April 1966) is a former Australian rules footballer best known for his playing career with the Carlton Football Club in the 1980s and 1990s.
Nicknamed The Cranium (after his cleanly shaven head, due to alopecia) or simply Mil for short, Hanna is distinguished as having been the first Lebanese-born player in the history of the Victorian Football League/Australian Football League (VFL/AFL). and the only AFL player of Lebanese descent until the debut of Bachar Houli in 2007.
Hanna grew up in the inner-northern suburbs of Melbourne, where he played his junior football in Brunswick East.
He was known in the VFL/AFL for his athletic physique and fast pace playing as a tall running wingman.
Hanna made his senior playing debut in 1986, He ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament during his first game. Following almost a year of rehabilitation, he enjoyed largely injury-free career with Carlton.
Hanna played in two AFL Grand Finals for Carlton: in the 1993 losing side and Carlton's premiership-winning team in 1995. He was selected as a member of the All-Australian team in 1992.
After being delisted by Carlton, he trained with Richmond, but was unable to be drafted by them due to the Richmond being banned from participating in the 1998 Pre-season Draft due to them exceeding the salary cap in 1997.
Hanna owns the Fitz Cafe in Fitzroy, Victoria.