TOPIC: Dale Kickett

Quasimodo Dale Kickett 1 month 3 days ago #1

Has been granted life membership.

Long overdue. A great servant of the club and top bloke.

Well done Kicketty.
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Raglan Matt Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #2

Raglan Matt
Yes Quas, long overdue.

A selfless player, probably the most courageous player in the clubs history. And was the man prepared to take a stand when the occasion demanded it.
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Walter the baker Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #3

Walter the baker
Put simply, I loved the way he played. Holding nothing back. Exciting, skilful, talented.
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demo1 Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #4

I cant believe it has taken this long but Congratulations to one of my fav players in the early days..Always got a contest and he was a player that personified the club. Well done Kicketty.
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Corporal Agarn Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #5

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Morgan Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #6

Either at the time of his retirement, or shortly thereafter, Kickett said that his biggest regret was that getting suspended for punching Phil Read had cost him life membership at Freo.

Granting life membership was therefore a social justice issue; you can’t have people - let alone admirable servants like Dale Kickett - spend the rest of their life regretting punching Phil Read.

He’s still my favourite Freo player, for what it’s worth. He was unfairly stereotyped as a forward pocket, and it took Neesham to play him where he belonged. He was a bloody ripper.
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The_Yeti Dale Kickett 1 month 2 days ago #7

Why would anyone regret snotting that cretin? That's a feat to be celebrated, a memory to be treasured.

I'm so pleased that Dale got his well deserved life membership. I really hope that it's a source of good memories as the years go by.

Well done, Dale.
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