"It was a bit awkward in the morning but 'Jongy' joined in and everyone moved forward. "There are a number of factors I considered before signing and in the end it was quite obvious that the things I was looking for were right in front of me," Jong said. Music can bring people together. Lin Jong, of East Timorese descent, receives a letter from East Timorese Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao.Jong, 25, is set to miss up to 10 weeks after scans confirmed a high-grade hamstring tear.
"Trades are a part of the game. "Patrick is such a great player and I aspire to be a better player and keep improving, so I like to adapt my game to his." "I tried my hardest. The Western Bulldogs have upgraded emerging midfielder Lin Jong to their senior list on a two-year deal.The 23-year-old returns to competitive action just 17 days after breaking his collarbone in the elimination final win over West Coast at Domain Stadium. It wasn't great, but it wasn't that bad. "Ultimately if our list manager Jason McCartney came to me which he wouldn't and said, 'Hey, let's meet a player at the Whitten Oval', I'd say, 'Hang on, mate. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Lin Jong is the target of racial slurs during the Bulldogs-Tigers clash at the MCG. "Lin is a great competitor and a terrific young person who works extremely hard at his craft," Peter German, the Bulldogs development coach and Williamstown coach, said.Jong didn't start playing competitive football until he was 15, and just made the list of TAC Cup team Oakleigh Chargers.The midfielder suffered a serious right shoulder injury during the second quarter of the Bulldogs' elimination after being pinned in a heavy tackle by Eagles defender Jeremy McGovern. "Your achievement is an impressive one that I am sure is the result of many years of focus, determination and commitment," Gusmao wrote. Mid-year he hadn't played much footy.
Status: Ankle injury, Expected return: Season RFA "I'll be taking some time away from playing football due to some mental health issues I've been battling with," Jong posted on Instagram.The 21-year-old, who needed to be upgraded or delisted after three seasons on the club's rookie list, has been rewarded for his steady improvement since being taken with pick nine in the 2012 NAB AFL Rookie Draft.By Peter Ryan and Dinny Navaratnam for AFL.com.au Lin Jong #46 Western Bulldogs. Lin Jong signs a new two-year deal to remain at the Bulldogs until the end of 2018 after considering interest from both Collingwood and Gold Coast. But we love Jongy and hope he can stay." ""If I was in Bevo's shoes, you wouldn't be happy," Buckley said. "At times I think, 'What am I doing here? "There still are morals and mores that are expected and accepted, and we'd like to believe that we follow those." 73 personen praten hierover. "The way he uses his speed is something I'd really like to do," Jong said.Long was injured midway through the first term of the Bulldogs' 57-point loss to Melbourne. Jordan Roughead defends Bulldogs teammate Lin Jong's tour of Collingwood, saying it's naïve to think out-of-contract players aren't talking to rival clubs. "Unfortunately from training today, Lin has suffered a high-grade hamstring injury. Supercoach Price: $310,200 Supercoach Profile. The Western Bulldogs have elevated rookie Lin Jong to the senior list in place of Daniel Cross.Sabrina Frederick-Traub and Darcy Vescio will be joined in promoting some of the many diverse backgrounds in Australias Game by Brisbane Lions Vice Captain Dayne Zorko, Geelongs Tom Hawkins, Fremantles Tendai Mzundu, Gold Coast SUNS players Adam Saad and Tom Nicholls, Sydney Swan Aliir Aliir and Western Bulldogs player Jason Johannisen.
"The boys are just giving him a cuddle and he'll be fine." The first Lin Jong fan page, created the day he got drafted. She took a long time to decide between ballet, singing and the violin.
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Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge says he doesn't think Nathan Buckley would be part of the mid-season Lin Jong meeting at the Holden Centre if he had his time again.The 22-year-old Western Bulldog is the first AFL player of Taiwanese and East Timorese descent. Weight: 87kg "We're really pleased for Lin that he has been rewarded for the work he has put in over the past three years."
It was during our match simulation session and he pulled up after accelerating," Bulldogs medical services manager Chris Bell said. "To his (Jong's) family, I'm sorry for what I said and to the Western Bulldogs, I'm very sorry," McCarthy told Channel Seven.However, Buckley said his club's actions weren't out of step with what regularly occurred across the competition.
We knew he had some interest from other clubs and we weren't willing to risk losing him." Once she even appeared as a ballerina in a circus! "The Timorese are a resilient and courageous people and I am confident that you will take this spirit with you on to the football field "I hope it's about his injury and not because he thinks it's his last game for the Bulldogs," Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge said.After three years on the Bulldogs' rookie list, Jong was elevated to the primary list at the end of last year. "I've obviously been here for a little while now, so it was a pretty easy decision when I thought about all the support I've had here and all the relationships I have," Jong said. Lin Jong.
He has played 19 AFL games since making his debut, aged 19, in 2012. "I'm really happy for the team.