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Fremantle is a “happy place”: Kim Hagdorn

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Award winning sports news breaker, Kim Hagdorn, joins Steve and Baz at 6:55am and 7:45am every weekday on 6PR Breakfast.

Perth Wildcats Captain, Damian Martin, could be looking at a more serious injury than what the club is putting out.
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While Haggers doesn’t think Fremantle will make the top eight in 2020, he says it’s become a nicer club of late.

“The players are warming to Justin Longmuir because of his personable approach,” Haggers says about Fremantle.
“It’s a happy place, everyone’s driving to work earlier, looking forward to getting there, loving working their backsides off. It is working, it’s a better environment and the skills priority is being well-received by the Fremantle players.”

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