Alan "Bull" Richardson was a player highly adept at winning the hard ball and using it effectively during games.
"Bull' made his league debut in the opening round of the 1959 season. In a dominant era for the football club "Bull" was able to secure a spot in the senior side as a ruck-rover which culminated in playing a key role in the club securing the 1967 premiership.
Alan played 103 senior games for the club and a further 7 games for South Melbourne in 1969-70 (110 total games).
After finishing his career in Victoria, Alan moved to Tasmania and played as captain-coach for East Devonport. It was in Tasmania that son Matthew was born and played junior and senior football for the Devonport Football Club.
Under the 'Father-Son' rule in 1992, Richmond drafted Matthew Richardson continuing the Richardson family dynasty.
At Richmond both Alan and Matthew combined for a total of 385 senior football games.
Regal Trading Cards is proud to announce the release of a 2021 Greats of the Game (Update) Tribute card of Alan “Bull” Richardson.
Only 100 cards produced, with 50 cards inserted into foil packs together with the Richardson Dynasty Dual Signature Card.
Release Date - Thursday, 18th March 2021
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