|Date of birth||28 July 1954|
Round 7, 1977, Collingwood|
vs. Fitzroy, at Junction Oval
|Height||177 cm (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||90 kg (198 lb)|
|1987–1990||South Fremantle||89 (48–41–0)|
|1992–1993||East Perth||45 (21–23–1)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1984.
3 Coaching statistics correct as of 2005.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
After retiring from playing football, he began a career in coaching. Initially he coached South Fremantle for four seasons and then East Perth for two in the WAFL before becoming an assistant coach for Collingwood. He then moved back to Western Australia to become an assistant coach for Fremantle Football Club, who sacked him in 1998 when Damian Drum replaced Gerard Neesham as senior coach. In 2005 Magro sued three directors of the club, Gerard McNeill, David Hatt and Ross Kelly and the club itself for $200,000 in lost earnings and damages. He was awarded $43,000 by the courts, but this was later overturned on appeal, although an undisclosed out of court settlement was paid. Magro returned to WAFL coaching in 2001, leading the Perth Football Club for five seasons.
- Bolas, Fiona; Magro v. Dockers Court battle looms; eMU News Online
- Emerson, Daniel (11 July 2007); Former Dockers coach loses payout; The West Australian
- "Regrets, a few, but Stan happy with his 'legacy'". 24 August 2012.