I thought the same. A fantastic warrior, but the fact that he won 3 x B'n'F s without ever being AA shows how poor the team was during his career.
Oliver and Petracca are way better players. Hopefully they have long careers with MFC.
Troy was clearly a top bloke. And had a great career ahead of him. His best match (final v Essendon?) was sadly his last.
As another poster pointed out the memorial match was incredibly moving.
I don't understand him referring his son/s finishing school as a reason for quitting his radio show & the filth presidency. As a parent, surely it's more important to spend time with your kids while they are at school?