Ben Cousins will play footy for the first time in a decade this year.
The West Australian is reporting that the Brownlow Medallist will play in the Metro Football League for Queens Park as he attempts to get his life back on track.
Cousins is aiming to play six to 10 games after he recovers from a minor rolled ankle.
The 42-year-old was in attendance for the Queens Park Bulldogs’ opening game of the season on the weekend.
When he does play, it will be his first game of footy since retiring in 2010.
Cousins was jailed for intimidating the mother of his two children last year, walking free in November after seven months.