Richmond captain Trent Cotchin opens up on expectations, fresh faces and finals footy in 2017

EVERY year at Punt Road, the conversation is more or less the same.

It revolves around pressure, expectancy, leadership and hope.

Such is the history of the Richmond Football Club, starved of success for so long, the burden of being the side to eventually deliver not only finals footy, but a premiership back to Tigerland, grows with each passing year.

Aside from the coach, whose future is likely to be debated throughout the season ahead, the weight of such ambition falls heavier on no one else’s shoulders than the captain.

But for Trent Cotchin, set to enter his fifth year as Richmond skipper, there’s a different feel around the club going into season 2017.

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