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Richmond’s stance on wanted midfielder Graham, premiership Tiger returns


Richmond assistant coach Adam Kingsley says Jack Graham is a player the club is determined to keep.

The 22-year-old midfielder’s name is being mentioned in trade circles with the Adelaide Crows touted as a possibility while Essendon and Carlton have also been linked.

However, Kingsley says the 2017 premiership Tiger, who is out of contract this year, is someone the reigning premiers are keen to re-sign.

Graham was dropped prior to Round 9 but returned to the side in Round 12 and has been one of Richmond’s best players since, highlighting his importance to the team.

“It has been (difficult) early but he came back in a month ago and has performed really well,” Kingsley said on SEN SA Breakfast.

“He’s…



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