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Liberatore: Togetherness a key at Dogs

Western Bulldogs champion Tony Liberatore has praised coach Luke Beveridge’s ability to create a togetherness amongst the current playing group. 

Beveridge arrived at the Dogs in the summer of 2014 after they had lost captain Ryan Griffen and has since taken them to back-to-back finals series. 

Liberatore played 283 games for the Bulldogs and remains around with his son Tom playing at the moment. 

‘He’s a real hugger, he loves hugging the players,’ Liberatore said.

‘He’s just a real emotional sort of person. 

‘He literally just has got that amazing ability to keep everyone together.’ 

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