After 19 seasons with the Fremantle Dockers, David Mundy will retire from the AFL

Fremantle Dockers extraordinary David Mundy has declared he will resign from the AFL toward the finish of the time.

Mundy, 37, has played 371 games to date since making his debut for Fremantle in 2005 subsequent to being drafted from Victoria.

That puts him tenth on the rundown of most AFL/VFL games played, and the Dockers veteran could complete as high as equivalent seventh when he hangs up his boots, contingent upon the club’s finals fortunes.

Mundy beat the Dockers’ untouched records for removals, handles, and clearances, and guaranteed the Doig Medal as the club’s ideal and most attractive player in 2010.

He was named to the All-Australian group in 2015 and was Fremantle’s chief the accompanying season.

“I’m unquestionably pleased, I’ve been experiencing my fantasy for 19 years at this point and I’ve cherished all of it,” Mundy said in reporting his choice to resign.

“Not every last bit of it has been simple, there’s been many, truly hard and profound pieces to it, however I’ve had the option to develop personally and as a player over the course of my time at Fremantle and I wouldn’t have it differently”.

The most voyaged player throughout the entire existence of the game, Mundy has flown in excess of 900,000 kilometers in his career.

Fremantle football administrator Peter Bell rushed to call attention to how significant Mundy had been with regards to the club’s set of experiences.

“Dave has been a significant piece of where we are as a club and where we are going,” Bell said.

“He’s an incredible person who grasps the master plan, comprehends what the burdens of being a player are, and sees all the more extensively different choices and initiative that we want as a football club.”

Fremantle will respect Mundy’s vocation during the cycle 22 western derby, the club’s last home round of the time in front of the finals series.

While the game will be the fans’ opportunity to say thank you to Mundy, the veteran said it was additionally significant for him to have the option to honor the club.

“It’s been something inconceivable to be a piece of honest, to get that sort of adoration and regard from the fans,” he said.

“Something’s truly filled in the back portion of my vocation and I find it truly difficult to portray how it affects me. It’s clearly extremely exceptional and I truly value that help.”