Nice of you to ignore his first season.Yes he does, his last 12 finals have produced 3 wins.
Yes, and when I'm an old campaigner like you I'll have seen 10Id prefer that over the history of my club being in this competition, a period 11 years less than your club, that they would always have had more flags and still have two more.
You do realise that I have seen my club win 6 flags in my lifetime, whereas I imagine you have seen half that amount and our longest break between flags is 37 years compared to the 44 years at your club.
Geelong supporters always pretending their rancid history in this competition doesnt exist. You Cats live in a 5 year period which is the only time in this competition that the Cats have tasted a little success, even then it was done without back to back flags
1995 - whenever Geelong belted them in a prelimHow many years to you have to go back to get Richmond's 12 finals record?
Oh no the media stating we wont win the flag, well thats it then.Sorry Tuggers.
It says "staff writers" but it was really penned by Uncle Steve
"1. Richmond won't win the flag
Consider these results: a 44-point loss to Collingwood in round two, a 49-point defeat at the hands of Greater Western Sydney the following week and a 67-point thumping by Geelong last Friday night. Those three teams are considered the main premiership threats, along with West Coast, which the Tigers haven't faced yet. Consider this as well: there were 10 teams with a percentage in the triple digits after Friday night. Richmond wasn't one of those, having sunk to a miserable 94.5 after the Cats clash."