Putting it out there: Who was this years Bob Murphy Medalist?

Who will be the inaugural Bob Murphy Medalist

  • Daniel Rioli

    Votes: 4 44.4%
  • Daniel Rioli

    Votes: 3 33.3%
  • Someone else?

    Votes: 2 22.2%

  • Total voters
    9

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Kabanna

#VagGang4Life
Aug 5, 2012
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Wasn't exactly what I was thinking Des, at least he had a long career, but definitely the right idea, carried to a win in a great side never to feature near a grand final again.
Richard Hadley could’ve been another one. 2 grand finals by his 27th game and he only made it to 66 games.. Mind you injuries killed his career
 

Pistol Night

Club Legend
Sep 3, 2019
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Richard Hadley could’ve been another one. 2 grand finals by his 27th game and he only made it to 66 games.. Mind you injuries killed his career
Good cricketer though
 

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crazywildhorse

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 9, 2008
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Hawthorn
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Baggy Green
So who was this years biggest passenger?

Daniel Rioli comes to mind
 

jsdsgn

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Oct 29, 2018
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trent west
 

theyellowsash

Brownlow Medallist
Feb 9, 2009
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Richmond
Were all getting stuck into the lower level, lower paid players, should the award be named after highly paid superstars who talk the talk but cant walk the walk for their team on big occasions, I'm thinking Dangerfield?

Last years Prelim 2 kicks after half time
This years GF 7 kicks, 1 mark 3 tackles

His stats were similar to both Rohan and Rioli but we at Richmond know that at least Rioli does the one percenters.

Dusty brushed Danger off in the last moments of the game like he was a lady reporter in a Chinese restaurant.
I can't buy the Dangerfield nomination. A player needs to have been expected to perform to be eligible.
 

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Back One Out

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 2, 2015
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That picture never gets old.

I wonder whether Bob looks back on that day and regrets making the celebrations of the first Doggies' flag in 60 years all about "Me... ME... ME!!!"

It would've been okay if they'd celebrated another couple of flags since then, but you just know that Tearful Bob will be the abiding image of the Doggies' only premiership in 100 years.

John Elliott was bang on the money when he once infamously described the Bulldogs as a "tragic club"

Even the greatest moment in club history was a tragedy.
 
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