Author Topic: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)  (Read 2445 times)

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The Club can confirm that dual premiership players Jack Graham, Kamdyn McIntosh and Marlion Pickett will remain at Richmond for the 2024 season, having hit contract trigger extensions for next season.

Graham, 25, played 20 games for Richmond this season, taking his career tally to 117. He won the Francis Bourke Award for best embodying Club values in 2019 and was runner-up in the Jack Dyer Medal in 2021.

McIntosh will enter a 12th season with the Club through the extension and has played 168 matches since being selected from Western Australia with pick No. 31 in the 2012 AFL Draft.

Pickett played a career-high 21 AFL games in 2023 and was used by coaches in various roles, including as a hybrid forward, on the wing, and occasionally as a defensive midfielder.

The extension will see him enter a sixth campaign with the Club.

Source: RFC website

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2023, 06:30:57 PM »
No club wanted Machine Man....probably read his posts... :shh
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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2023, 07:19:23 PM »
The Club can confirm that dual premiership players Jack Graham, Kamdyn McIntosh and Marlion Pickett will remain at Richmond for the 2024 season, having hit contract trigger extensions for next season.

Graham, 25, played 20 games for Richmond this season, taking his career tally to 117. He won the Francis Bourke Award for best embodying Club values in 2019 and was runner-up in the Jack Dyer Medal in 2021.

McIntosh will enter a 12th season with the Club through the extension and has played 168 matches since being selected from Western Australia with pick No. 31 in the 2012 AFL Draft.

Pickett played a career-high 21 AFL games in 2023 and was used by coaches in various roles, including as a hybrid forward, on the wing, and occasionally as a defensive midfielder.

The extension will see him enter a sixth campaign with the Club.

Source: RFC website

Who ever the f signed off on these contracts can GTFO and don't let the door hit you on the way out.  What a stuffen joke we need to keep these duds on the list again

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2023, 12:55:45 AM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2023, 09:04:41 AM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

What so seriously short live in the now not the past that's the problem. Macca and Graham are not best 22 and not consistent have to go past them. As for Pickett he was below par this year maybe off field played a part.

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2023, 09:08:23 AM »
The Club can confirm that dual premiership players Jack Graham, Kamdyn McIntosh and Marlion Pickett will remain at Richmond for the 2024 season, having hit contract trigger extensions for next season.

Graham, 25, played 20 games for Richmond this season, taking his career tally to 117. He won the Francis Bourke Award for best embodying Club values in 2019 and was runner-up in the Jack Dyer Medal in 2021.

McIntosh will enter a 12th season with the Club through the extension and has played 168 matches since being selected from Western Australia with pick No. 31 in the 2012 AFL Draft.

Pickett played a career-high 21 AFL games in 2023 and was used by coaches in various roles, including as a hybrid forward, on the wing, and occasionally as a defensive midfielder.

The extension will see him enter a sixth campaign with the Club.

Source: RFC website

Who ever the f signed off on these contracts can GTFO and don't let the door hit you on the way out.  What a stuffen joke we need to keep these duds on the list again

Mistake number one. Graham one good game in 6 and Macca is past it .Pickett is borderline maybe because off field issues. Livingston is a issue for me made some horrible decisions along with Blair.

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2023, 09:30:14 AM »
the standards have certainly dropped

That is all that needs to be said on these re-signings.

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #7 on: September 16, 2023, 10:48:13 AM »
No club wanted Machine Man....probably read his posts... :shh

The incoming coach will need to tell him to leave his phone on the bench during games
That will help significantly

Although Fridge can do two things at once (arrive second to the ball and run slow), three is asking too much of a man

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #8 on: September 16, 2023, 11:12:45 AM »
The Club can confirm that dual premiership players Jack Graham, Kamdyn McIntosh and Marlion Pickett will remain at Richmond for the 2024 season, having hit contract trigger extensions for next season.

Graham, 25, played 20 games for Richmond this season, taking his career tally to 117. He won the Francis Bourke Award for best embodying Club values in 2019 and was runner-up in the Jack Dyer Medal in 2021.

McIntosh will enter a 12th season with the Club through the extension and has played 168 matches since being selected from Western Australia with pick No. 31 in the 2012 AFL Draft.

Pickett played a career-high 21 AFL games in 2023 and was used by coaches in various roles, including as a hybrid forward, on the wing, and occasionally as a defensive midfielder.

The extension will see him enter a sixth campaign with the Club.

Source: RFC website

Who ever the f signed off on these contracts can GTFO and don't let the door hit you on the way out.  What a stuffen joke we need to keep these duds on the list again

Mistake number one. Graham one good game in 6 and Macca is past it .Pickett is borderline maybe because off field issues. Livingston is a issue for me made some horrible decisions along with Blair.


Blair put in the trigger components within the contracts not Tim :shh

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #9 on: September 16, 2023, 01:48:56 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh
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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2023, 02:45:15 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh

And his 2021 Jack Titus medal  :shh

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2023, 02:50:10 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh

And his 2021 Jack Titus medal  :shh

And what a banner year for the club that was. Daniel Jackson came first in a finals year once. :shh :shh
"Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good...."

- Thomas Sowell


FJ is the only one that makes sense.

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2023, 05:24:00 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh

And his 2021 Jack Titus medal  :shh

And what a banner year for the club that was. Daniel Jackson came first in a finals year once. :shh :shh
Still did better than 46 others  :shh

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #13 on: September 16, 2023, 07:31:36 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh

And his 2021 Jack Titus medal  :shh

And what a banner year for the club that was. Daniel Jackson came first in a finals year once. :shh :shh
Still did better than 46 others  :shh

...who've since gone past him.... :shh :shh
"Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good...."

- Thomas Sowell


FJ is the only one that makes sense.

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Re: Graham, McIntosh & Pickett trigger contract extensions for 2024 (RFC)
« Reply #14 on: September 16, 2023, 07:38:28 PM »
Some ppl here have such short memories. Seriously short

Yes we should all just completely ignore the past 3-4 seasons of mediocrity and continue to judge him solely on his first 5 games in 2017 & playing on with a bung shoulder in the 2019 prelim... :shh

And his 2021 Jack Titus  :shhmedal  :shh
:shh :shh :shh

And what a banner year for the club that was. Daniel Jackson came first in a finals year once. :shh :shh
Still did better than 46 others  :shh

...who've since gone past him.... :shh :shh
About 46  :shh