Kevin Bartlett (Australian Rules Footballer) - Media Career - Return

Return

Bartlett refusal to return to any Richmond Football Club function, or an official club arrangement lasted from the end of 1991– until 2007. In 2007, he attended a Tommy Hafey Club Function – in support of his lifelong friend Tom Hafey and on 22 November 2007, walked into the Punt Road ground (Richmond's Home Ground) to launch the centenary publication 'Richmond F.C: A Century of League Football', which was written by his son Rhett. It was the first time KB had stepped foot into Punt Road, since his sacking at the end of 1991.

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