Lee Spurr reflects on David Mundy’s career after announcing his retirement
Fremantle veteran David Mundy has announced this season will be his last.
Mundy debuted in round six of the 2005 season – and is the club games record holder with 371 matches to date.
By the season’s end, he’ll move into outright ninth in the all-time games played in AFL VFL history.
Lee Spurr, who played 120 games for the Dockers between 2012 and 2018 and was a former teammate of Mundy, said he is an absolute star.
“I thought he had 400 in him,” he said.
“I might send him a text and say a few people have done a backflip on the retirement,
“He’s the ultimate professional.”
Tap PLAY to hear Lee Spurr reflect on Mundy’s exemplary career and how it was to play with him.