One of Richmond’s most versatile, valuable players throughout the past quarter-century, Matthew Rogers, is a special guest on the latest episode of the Club’s podcast juggernaut Talking Tigers.
Rogers explains why he stayed in the SANFL with South Adelaide for an extra season after being drafted by Richmond at the end of 1992.
He also reveals how he used a concise piece of advice from Tiger great Kevin Sheedy as motivation during his AFL career.
And Rogers tells why TT’s own Matthew Richardson was to blame for dubbing him ‘Mini-hands’.
Additionally, on this week’s show, the TT team pay tribute to robust Richmond triple premiership ruckman Toby Nankervis for his excellent early-season form.
Plus, the player selected as the first wingman in TT’s best combined Richmond premiership side, from 1967-2020, is revealed.