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2021-06-30 13:34:28 GMT
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A look at why the bookies still fancy Richmond to turn it around
It has been a season to forget for Richmond so far with the reigning Grand Final winners looking hopelessly out of sorts. Unsurprisingly, this was not what was initially predicted for the Tigers at the start of the campaign with most experts reasonably confident that they could make it a hat-trick of premiership titles. In most other circumstances that would sound like quite an audacious claim given how hard it is to win an AFL premiership, but Richmond had built one of the greatest dynasties ever seen in Aussie Rules; a third title in a row was more than a distinct possibility.
Fourteen games into the season and Richmond's dynasty is shaking and threatening to crumble to the floor. It hasn't fallen just yet but a devastating 40-point loss to St Kilda suggests that the walls will come tumbling down any minute now. Indeed, the Tigers' points tally of 22 against St Kilda was their lowest since 1961.
Richmond Tigers tragic Waleed Aly fears it might be time to put a line through their 2021 @AFL campaign.#Offsiders #AFL pic.twitter.com/vQMQpFYaG2— ABC SPORT (@abcsport) June 27, 2021
Hoping for the best for Noah Balta 💛— Richmond FC 🐯🏆 (@Richmond_FC) June 25, 2021
Rhyan Mansell comes on as our medical sub. pic.twitter.com/sSqC1Ykrvp
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