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RFC News Richmond 2018 fixture analysis

Discussion in 'Richmond Ramblings' started by Ned, Oct 31, 2017.

  1. Ned

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    Richmond 2018 fixture analysis

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    Tony Greenberg has dissected Richmond’s 2018 fixture to provide you with the most comprehensive summary imaginable of what the Tigers will face next season throughout their premiership defence.

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    Easiest draw in the comp with every side below us on the ladder...
     
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    Yep & we don't have to play the Premiers !!!!
     
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    Personally, I prefer traditional afternoon matches.
    But four out of our first five matches this year were night (or twilight) games, which provided a platform for momentum and success, so it is a positive.
    Watching the replay of the first quarter of round one versus Carlton.
    Stephen Silvagni's filthy reaction in the coaches' box when Jack Silvagni misses the second set shot at goal is priceless. :D
     
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    Haven't heard of any sponsors jumping off the Tigers this week...
     
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    Facile comments.
    In the wrong thread.
    The correct thread is RFC president responds.
    I said if there are REPEATED incidents of player misconduct, sponsors will withdraw funding.
    Let it go.
     
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    Correct thread given the prime time slots the sponsors love.
    And, I never had hold of it....
     
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    I never stated the Broad incident in isolation would result in sponsors withdrawing funding.
    I stated IF there was a SERIES of incidents involving player misconduct, then, sponsors would consider withdrawing sponsorship and would be entitled to do so.
    "Simple."
    Compare the market.
     

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