“This kick will decide it for both of us?”
For a generation of Melbourne Football Club supporters, Robbie Flower was reason alone to go to the game.
The most graceful and skillful player I have seen play, he was also a wonderfully humble man.
This is my drawing of his last game, the 1987 Preliminary Final, with Michael Tuck and the Gary Buckenara kick that will decide the game.
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