Welcome Welcome to Richmond - Bigoa Nyuon

Remove this Banner Ad

(Log in to remove this ad.)

JAKLAUGHING

πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†
Nov 20, 2008
27,081
47,447
Tokyo
AFL Club
Richmond
Not shy coming forward... ;) :D

...Biggie starts training with the full squad at Richmond on Monday, and when asked about his future he says β€œI’d like a debut game early days and then a stable and consistent football career at Richmond Tigers.” ...
 

(Log in to remove this ad.)

Dr Tigris

Premium Platinum
Aug 19, 2009
7,162
17,202
Canberra
AFL Club
Richmond
Not shy coming forward... ;) :D

...Biggie starts training with the full squad at Richmond on Monday, and when asked about his future he says β€œI’d like a debut game early days and then a stable and consistent football career at Richmond Tigers.” ...
Yeah well we played about one KPD short last year. So obviously a spot up for grabs for another tall defender.

In fact I would say that another tall defender will come in - willing to bet on it.




Maybe not Biggie
 

joelsyt

Premium Platinum
Mar 11, 2016
19,040
48,234
AFL Club
Richmond
Not shy coming forward... ;) :D

...Biggie starts training with the full squad at Richmond on Monday, and when asked about his future he says β€œI’d like a debut game early days and then a stable and consistent football career at Richmond Tigers.” ...
Good for him to have a goal to work toward. :)
 

SplintWhisky

Club Legend
Feb 14, 2014
2,784
6,188
AFL Club
Richmond
Imagine leading out to a mid like Ellis with his lofted chip kicks with this guy bearing down on you. Makes the back of my head itch thinking about it.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Collingwood should have picked Ellis up. Him and Cox would of been the perfect combination as all he would have to do is stand under Ellis's hospital kicks
 

beema limapep

????????????
Oct 29, 2017
6,314
9,664
AFL Club
Richmond
Great story. Many people don't appreciate the life of Sudanese refugee's growing up in Kenya, really tough. Most adults come here survivors of trauma, their children growing up in a desert camp of over 200,000 people. Now a sister is a prominent lawyer, the brothers footballers. Sport is a great provider and uniting force. Good luck to Biggie, he looks a player that we need, an athletic tall back.
Well said
 

tugga

Moderator
May 9, 2006
31,369
51,031
Yid army
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Tottenham,Western Utd, San Antonio
Talking to a mate whose son played with him at Dandy.
Biggie is adored by everyone who meets him.
quality human being.
I reckon the Sudanese kids are gonna tear the comp in less than a decade.
his sister is a human rights lawyer and barracks for Richmond. I wonder if that just because it's the way it is or because of our diversity programs we are so good at?
 

Tygrys

Team Captain
Mar 26, 2009
438
1,496
Clayton
AFL Club
Richmond
Talking to a mate whose son played with him at Dandy.
Biggie is adored by everyone who meets him.
quality human being.
I reckon the Sudanese kids are gonna tear the comp in less than a decade.
his sister is a human rights lawyer and barracks for Richmond. I wonder if that just because it's the way it is or because of our diversity programs we are so good at?
I would be surprised if it was because of a diversity program. Ninety nine percent of people become fans if it’s not family reasons because of all the usual reasons.

Even for a Sudanese human rights lawyer you’d think anything else would at best simply be a cherry on the top. Well at least you’d hope so anyhow.
 

Top Bottom