Barkly Street, Ep 8 – Lin Jong

Lin Jong is the prized special guest on this week’s episode of the Barkly Street podcast.

Luckless Bulldogs midfielder Lin Jong is the prized special guest on this week’s episode of the Barkly Street podcast with Bob Murphy and Easton Wood.

As he embarks on yet another long-term rehab program to fix a hamstring injury, Jong proves he’s lost none of the sense of humour which has made him a much-loved Bulldog player.

Jong gives an update on his road to recovery, his plans for a mini break, his light-hearted approach to social media, how much support his mum has been over the journey, and which movies scared him as a kid.

Bob and Woody also announce the winners of the fan-voted most iconic Bulldog goal of the AFL era and discuss last week’s loss to Richmond, this Sunday’s clash with Carlton, and Woody’s product placement on his Instagram account.

They also put the call out on #BarklyStreet for Dogs fans to unveil the best advice they’ve received from their mums, with Mother’s Day around the corner.

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