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2019-11-06 13:39:35 GMT
Richmond's Grand Final recollection series an insight into how united they are
Richmond have launched a postseason series that basically looks back on the spectacular Grand Final win and what the players were like leading up to the game and obviously after it as well. It's a simple initiative but a very revealing one given how honest the players come across. What stands out the most though is how united this group have become and on the balance of things, it does seem like Richmond could be hard to stop next season.
For instance, Josh Caddy's insights into halfway through the last quarter of the final are particularly interesting as the wingman couldn't help but feel a sense of calm knowing the job was done as they were ten goals up. This inspired Caddy to turn to Jayden Short and tell him that he was now a premiership player despite the final siren having not yet sounded, this prompted Short to shoot him a look back and tell him to 'keep concentrating'.
It's small anecdotes like that that have you convinced that Richmond have assembled a group of winners that won't be content with just winning the 2019 Grand Final. In fact, at 7/2 to win the 2020 Grand Final in Aussie Rules betting it looks a distinct possibility that this team will go on and achieve top honours again.
Kane Lambert and why the Tiges were unstoppable after the bye.- AFL (@AFL) October 5, 2019
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YELLOW & BLACK! #gotiges pic.twitter.com/dmNXJzdG5o- Richmond FC (@Richmond_FC) September 29, 2019
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