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Thread: 2007 Scorecard - #25 Ted Richards

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    2007 Scorecard - #25 Ted Richards

    ... that'll keep us going now till at least the 7th January (when we all get back from hollies).

    Rate away ...
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    5/10. I still don't know if he can play. Looks like he can, but goes missing.
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    When he was good he was very, very good, but ....

    6/10.

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    hard to rate teddy.
    Was going to be dropped mid season but got a reprieve and did ok.
    Has to kick on next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottH View Post
    When he was good he was very, very good, but ....

    6/10.
    What he said.
    Now this is a thread that i would expect on the ego -centric, wank session that is redandwhiteonline.com...
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    He's sort of hot and cold. Would like to see more consistency from him. What's his role in the team anyway?

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    Good in spots, but not enough spots. 5/10.
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    5/10 - Definitely hot/cold, had some great games down back taking contested marks but had a real quiet period from Rounds 14-18. Could be used as a KPP but there was talk by commentators to throw him in the forward line.
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    5/10. Was a bit patchy, but as someone had said when he was good, he was good.
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    5/10

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    Best year by far from Ted. I thought he played a good support role to B2 when Baz went down and helped keep the hordes at bay when we most needed him to.

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    I've grown quite fond of Ted. After the first half of a season with the Swans I thought he might be a little soft but then he suddenly seemed to "get it" and since then he has consistently put his body on the line and his head over the ball. I know it's not relevant to this discussion but his efforts in the 2006 GF, where he made plenty of mistakes but ran himself to an absolute standstill, will remain for a long time.

    A few super games this year but others when he was outclassed by his opponent. Probably always going to be on the fringes of the best 22 but, like Kirk, I reckon he always gave everything he possibly could.

    6/10

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