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Boomer says modern game brutal

North Melbourne legend Brent Harvey says he wouldn’t have made it to 400 games had his career started a decade later. 

The man affectionately known as Boomer will become the fourth player to achieve the feat after Kevin Bartlett, Michael Tuck and Dustin Fletcher. 

Speaking on Sports Today, Harvey said the modern game is too brutal. 

Harvey also revealed he has turned down big-money deals to leave Arden Street.

Listen to his full chat with Brad Hardie and Karl Langdon here: 

 

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