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Richmond Photo/Gif Thread

lamb22

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Very hard to compare different eras.
True. I've been lucky to witness both. Probably took KB for granted as it was expected he'd play a ripper game week in week out. Dusty for pure zen/matrix mastery provides an extra dimension of awe. I like to live in the present and like the boys cherish the journey so nothing beats now ATM!. BTW Royce wasn't bad either!!!
 
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TigerMasochist

Walks softly carries a big stick.
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Just need to remind him not to get ahead of himself. He's got a bit of work to do:)

Norm Smith wasn't awarded till 1979 . I'd imagine KB was close to BOG in a fair few grannies. Also Richmond B & F and best player in the league (by a margin) in premiership years 73 and 74.
Would be interesting to see a list of BnF winners of grand finals going back over the years. Doesn't really matter whether it's called the Normie or whatever. I doubt very much there'd be many other players got BOG in 3 grannies whatever era.