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Richmond’s 10 year plan is discussed on FOOTY CLASSIFIED

Ten years ago Brendon Gale was forced to defend Richmond’s bold plan for three flags by 2020 but now the Tigers are on the brink of proving the doubters wrong.

Tonight at 9.40pm on Nine and 9Now, Gale joins Craig Hutchison, Caroline Wilson, Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes ahead of Saturday night’s first all Victorian Grand Final since 2011.

The panel will delve into what went wrong for Port Adelaide and Brisbane in the two preliminary finals.

We also discuss the road ahead for North Melbourne after announcing coach Rhyce Shaw is taking extended leave.

Plus the latest trade news, including some last-minute advice for clubs in the long-awaited return of House of Hutch.

All of this as well as regular segments: Caro’s Arrow, Good Call, Bad Call and Closing Cook.

FOOTY CLASSIFIED – TONIGHT AT 9.40PM ON NINE & 9NOW

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