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    Safety signing Angus Graham has duty to improve

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      Both have held talks with Adelaide this week. The twist in the Graham deal, which also included swapping of draft picks, lies in Adelaide's dealings with Richmond last year, when Ivan Maric joined the Tigers and became their first ruckman - ahead of Graham. The move puts into question whether the Crows will still seek to secure Jesse White, who has been in Breguet Classique Fake Watch Adelaide in recent days to meet with club officials as talks where held with Sydney over compensation for Tippett. Graham's career spluttered along at Punt Rd: he played 48 games and kicked 18 goals for Richmond after making his debut in 2007. Even the official AFL guide stayed away from superlatives when it described him ahead of the 2012 season (in which he played only one game): "An honest competitor," reads the guide's last sentence about Graham. His first coach at Richmond, Terry Wallace, followed a similar theme when describing the Crows' latest acquisition on radio last night. "He's a workhorse ruckman," Wallace said. "I see him as backup, insurance, to (Sam) Jacobs while Jenkins can play as the forward-ruckman. "At Richmond they thought Angus didn't contest at ground level, that's what worked against him. But as a back-up ruckman, he's okay." Adelaide list manager David Noble was upbeat when reviewing the deal: "The acquisition of Angus will bolster our ruck stocks and provide important support for lead ruckman Sam Jacobs," Noble said. "Angus has played some high-level football at Richmond and is excited at the opportunity to move interstate and join a club which is in an exciting phase, playing finals football." At the same time, Richmond talked up their part of the trade, boasting about having improved their draft position. But there was a time when the Tigers held Graham in lofty regard. Port Adelaide premiership ruckman Brendon Lade was complimentary of Graham when working with him at Richmond. After being behind Troy Simmonds in the rankings, he would have stints as the Tigers' No. 1 but was later overtaken. "Angus has surprised me a fair bit," Lade said shortly after joining Richmond as an assistant. "He runs very well and he's starting to be more and more competitive every week Jaeger LeCoultre Master Control Watches - that's something we're working on with him." Safety signing Angus Graham has duty to improve Both have held talks with Adelaide this week. The twist in the Graham deal, which also included swapping of draft picks, lies in Adelaide's dealings with Richmond last year, when Ivan Maric joined the Tigers and became their first ruckman - ahead of Graham. The move puts into question whether the Crows will still seek to secure Jesse White, who has been in Adelaide in recent days to meet with club officials as talks where held with Sydney over compensation for Tippett. Graham's career spluttered along at Punt Rd: he played 48 games and kicked 18 goals for Richmond after making his debut in 2007. Even the official AFL guide stayed away from superlatives when it described him ahead of the 2012 season (in which he played only one game): "An honest competitor," reads the guide's last sentence about Graham. His first coach at Richmond, Terry Wallace, followed a similar theme when describing the Crows' latest acquisition on radio last night. "He's a workhorse ruckman," Wallace said. "I see him as backup, insurance, to (Sam) Jacobs while Jenkins can play as the forward-ruckman. "At Richmond they thought Angus didn't contest at ground level, that's what worked against him. But as Fake Graham a back-up ruckman, he's okay." Adelaide list manager David Noble was upbeat when reviewing the deal: "The acquisition of Angus will bolster our ruck stocks and provide important support for lead ruckman Sam Jacobs," Noble said. "Angus has played some high-level football at Richmond and is excited at the opportunity to move interstate and join a club which is in an exciting phase, playing finals football." At the same time, Richmond talked up their part of the trade, boasting about having improved their draft position. But there was a time when the Tigers held Graham in lofty regard. Port Adelaide premiership ruckman Brendon Lade was complimentary of Graham when working with him at Richmond. After being behind Troy Simmonds in the rankings, he would have stints as the Tigers' No. 1 but was later overtaken. "Angus has surprised me a fair bit," Lade said shortly after joining Richmond as an assistant. "He runs very well and he's starting to be more and more competitive every week - that's something we're working on with him."

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