Richmond forward Jake King became the latest high-profile player to announce their retirement in 2014, with a persistent toe injury that has sidelined him since Round 3 ultimately causing the 30-year-old to hang up the boots.
The popular Tiger played 107 games and kicked 79 goals for the club after debuting in 2007, and was known as a bad boy on and off the field.
King was suspended in every season from 2009 to 2012, while he created more headlines after being criticised for his friendship with bikie gang boss Toby Mitchell. But for most fans, King will be remembered as a skilful, feisty player with blistering speed, and a fine clubman.
Relive the sensational highlights of King’s AFL career in this outstanding highlights package posted by the Richmond Football Club:
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