Hawthorn chief executive Ian Robson admits it is not common to promote a game with an opposition player.But Chris jud is not a regular player."It's rare to sell the opposition, but if someone isn't too excited about Buddy Franklin or Sam Mitchell, take the opportunity to see Chris jud with your own eyes, he told a business unit in Launceston."He is a very special person and an outstanding football player who rarely shows up and is great to be able to see what he has done.When the boss of your opponent is praising you too, you will definitely have something different.Almost inenergised how many people will attend the AFL match between Hawthorn and West Coast today in Launceston in order to watch Judd.But even the most stubborn Eagles fans will reluctantly admit his talent.Known as millionsdollar man —After the annual salary, when he finished the Eagle team this year, he can look forward to the command-Judd joined a rare group of athletes.Like Michael Jordan, David Beckham, Shane Vaughan, Jonah Lomu and AFL predecessors like Gary alit and James Hurd, Judd has become a fanDavid Parkin, a foodie, called Judd "a talented player of his time" yesterday ".He has a real existence.All his values, "FiveThe Premier League champion said.He's lightning-Fast, with beautiful hands, with great courage, is a great Terminator."He carries a whole set of things, and people often admit to me that they are only going to see him.Judd is not just a complete footballer.From the point of view of his employer, the Victorian style is also a complete package.The Eagles seem to stumble from an awkward player.The crisis associated with another crisis in recent months, their only reliable constant is their muscular, well-outlined 23-year-Captain of Caulfield Grammar.Ten years later, when 1996 Browlow medal winners Michael Worth and James Hurd spoke on the medal board, they were almost considered Judd by their younger sons as their favoriteDespite his No.As AFL's best seller, Judd is on the record, saying young people should have role models they know, not just athletes they see on TV.When Judd lifted his Browlow medal on the evening of September 20, 2004, most football playersThe boys must want to be him.A few hours ago, when he was at the sexiest dance in the world with his girlfriend, Rebecca twickli, most boys wanted to be him.Eagles Communications Manager Gary Stocks estimates that his media requests to Judd are almost as much as the sum of all other players.\ "Players like (Daniel) Cole, (Dean) Cox and (Ben) cousins have also received high demands at the club."The top five or the top six are the focus, but Judd is at the top of the list," he said ."."Most of the time he can make food requirements, but he doesn't like the way he lives very much."But he did a good job.He treats each person according to his merits.Stocks say the number of dogs called Judd, even babies, is increasing in Washington state.His level is high-headed.He is also very smart and understands that there is some responsibility as a person with a high IQIntroduction to sports talents"He devoted his time to charities and schools.He's the one most of them agree.The same story happened yesterday at the Eagles training session at Aurora Stadium.Most of the top of the Eagles are decorated with No. 3.Even coach John Worsford is wearing it.The two-The best and most fair Times club in the biography in the 2005 AFL season guide simply said: "graduated from superstar with 2004 brilliant results"key entrance.The scalp is almost as smooth as his round shoulder, and he is wearing tights that only his figure can escape.He is not the highest, fastest and largest on the ground, but definitely the most watched --Of course have the most in-Signature required.After the meeting, the worship fans blocked the way to the team coach who was waiting on inverme Road, and they were busy with ordinary people until their real idol tried to challenge --Maybe it's the only foot run he doesn't mind getting caught.In the end, the teammate he was waiting for sent a message to get jud moving on and Judd was taken away and couldn't satisfy all the stars --Signature Hunter.But 11-year-Old Ravenwood Highland student Jack Carlins got a better prize when the superstar left in a hurry.\"Wow!Chris Judd said "sorry man" to me "!He told his classmates.He touched my head!Judd's control over his admirers was summed up by young Jack's principal, Ian Carter."I don't think he will wash his clothes in the week after that," he said .".