Bachar Houli
Injury Calf
Injures calf in Grand FInal
DRichmond Tigers
October 24, 2020
Houli injured his calf during Saturday's 81-50 win over Geelong in the Grand Final, according to Callum Twomey of the league's official website.
Houli dealt with injuries at various points throughout the season before some more consistent performances down the stretch. He'l now focus on getting healthy for next season after winning the premiership.
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Tops disposal count Friday
DRichmond Tigers
October 10, 2020
Houli ended with 32 disposals (16 kicks, 16 handballs), five marks and two tackles in Friday's 80-49 semi-final victory over the Saints.
Houli was arguably the Tigers best on Friday, controlling the midfield in what was a reasonably comfortable victory. His ability to hit the open man was on full display and his form of late certainly bodes well for the Tigers who are now looking to play in their third grand final in the last four years.
Makes seven marks in win
DRichmond Tigers
August 27, 2020
Houli made seven marks and collected 23 disposals (17 kicks, six handballs) during Thursday's 88-61 win over West Coast Eagles.
Houli is finally finding his stride after finishing his quarantine period. As long as he continues to play and stay fit, he has the ability to consistently produce useful performances.
Available for Round 12
DRichmond Tigers
August 13, 2020
Houli has completed his two weeks of quarantine and is available for Monday's match versus Gold Coast, Ben Sutton of the AFL's official site reports.
Given that Houli has been away from the team since early July, it's possible the team will give him a run in the scratch match first. However, Houli hasn't been injured, so it's possible he will be ready to immediately rejoin the action if he's kept his fitness up.
Aiming for Round 12 return
DRichmond Tigers
August 3, 2020
Houli (personal) hopes to rejoin the lineup for Round 12, Callum Twomey of the Tigers' official site reports.
Houli has to go through the quarantine process before he can be cleared to rejoin the squad. As a result, he'll look toward an Aug. 18 clash with Gold Coast for his next opportunity for recall.
Headed to Queensland
DRichmond Tigers
July 28, 2020
Houli (personal) will fly to Queensland on Thursday to begin his quarantine period, Marc McGowan of the AFL's official site reports.
Houli will not take part in Wednesday's match versus Western, but it seems he should be available for selection for next week's clash with Brisbane. Houli has been away from the team for a while, but it shouldn't impact his availability as long as he has been keeping fit on his own time.