Recently retired AFL star Jobe Watson shared a coffee with exclusive insight at his Hole in the Wall cafe in New York.

In Part 2 of his TV interview with exclusive insight, Jobe further reflects on his 15 years with the Essendon Football Club and believes the future is looking bright for the Bombers.

VIDEO PRODUCTION CREDITS: @CiaranOneill89 & @Jorden

Jobe Watson

Jobe Watson is a former professional AFL who played for the Essendon Football Club.

Watson, was drafted by Essendon under the father–son rule in the 2002 AFL draft, and went on to become one of the greatest midfielders of the modern era.

A dual All-Australian, three-time W. S. Crichton Medallist and representative of Australia in the 2014 International Rules Series, he captained Essendon between 2010 and 2015.