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Liam Mcbean

Last played for Richmond Tigers in 2016
Games: 5     Born: August 25, 1994     Origin: Calder Cannons
Playing Height: 202cm     Playing Weight: 94kg     Position: Forward
Last Drafted: Round 2, Pick #33 2012 National Draft by Richmond Tigers
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Liam Mcbean Biography

Wednesday, 31 August 2016
Liam McBean is delisted by the Tigers.

The Tigers have run out of patience with McBean, who was recruited to the club with a second-round pick, No.33 overall, in the 2012 NAB AFL Draft.

The 202cm big man had his chance to impress between rounds 16-18 this season but managed only six, 12 and seven disposals, also kicking the solitary goal of his career.

McBean leaves Punt Road after playing five career games.

Sunday, 17 May 2015
Liam Mcbean makes his AFL debut for Richmond at the MCG with 7 disposals (3 kicks and 4 handballs), 2 marks and a tackle in a 5-point win over Collingwood.
Thursday, 4 September 2014
Yet-to-debut Richmond youngsters Liam McBean and Kamdyn McIntosh have re-signed with the club.

"Liam and Kamdyn have shown significant improvement over their two seasons at the club so far, and we believe they will continue to progress to become senior players in the future," Richmond football manager Dan Richardson said.

Thursday, 14 August 2014
Liam McBean says he has shed his 'project player' attitude and is ready to make his mark if given the chance to appear at the pointy end of the season.

McBean has been building a strong case in the VFL for a senior debut, kicking 20 goals in the past five matches to lead the goalkicking in the state league with 33.

"Last year when I got drafted I didn't have many expectations to put my hand up to play; I had the mentality of being a project player and taking longer to develop," McBean said.

"But after about round 12, 'Choco' (senior development coach Mark Williams) pulled me into his office and said, 'They're thinking of playing you; you better get yourself ready and start believing you're ready to go'.

"Obviously big guys take time, but from that point onwards I really decided I'm not going to be that sort of player.

"I don't want to have that mindset that it doesn't matter if I don't play this year, because I'm as eager as anyone to get out there and pull on the Richmond jumper."

Monday, 19 August 2013
Liam McBean suffers a suspected broken ankle in the VFL.

Scans will determine the extent of damage after the talented 18-year-old left the field in the third quarter of Coburg's loss to Box Hill.

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