Die-hard Sydney Swans fan Allison Langdon gushes over her favourite player Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin


Die-hard Sydney Swans fan Allison Langdon gushes over her favourite player Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin

Allison Langdon is a massive fan of the Sydney Swans AFL team. 

And on Sunday, the Today show host gushed over her favourite player – Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, 34. 

The 42-year-old told The Herald Sun: ‘I love watching Buddy creating opportunities for his teammates compared to a few years back, which is understandable given the superstar he is.

Big fan! Allison Langdon is a massive fan of the Sydney Swans AFL team. And on Sunday, the Today show host gushed over her favourite player – Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, 34. Pictured with her children 

‘It’s going to be really interesting to see what happens when he gets close to his 1000th goal mark, because the players will all want him to reach it and I wonder if its going to change their game.’ 

Allison added that she will be attending the AFL grand final and expects to see Buddy on the field.    

‘I’ll be down there even if the Swans aren’t in the grand final but we both know they will be,’ she said.  

The 42-year-old told The Herald Sun: 'I love watching Buddy creating opportunities for his teammates compared to a few years back, which is understandable given the superstar he is.' Buddy is pictured

The 42-year-old told The Herald Sun: ‘I love watching Buddy creating opportunities for his teammates compared to a few years back, which is understandable given the superstar he is.’ Buddy is pictured 

Buddy, having played just one AFL game in the past 21 months, made his return to the field in March, tackling Adelaide at the SCG.   

In an interview with News Corp, the AFL star revealed he swears by ice baths to maintain his buff physique.

‘I have an ice bath every day. They assist in reducing any inflammation and improve recovery,’ he said.

Star: Buddy, having played just one AFL game in the past 21 months, made his return to the field in March, tackling Adelaide at the SCG

Star: Buddy, having played just one AFL game in the past 21 months, made his return to the field in March, tackling Adelaide at the SCG 

‘For me it’s just about overall health and wellness. I have a varied training program that has been tailored to keeping my body performing at its best,’ he added.   

Buddy credits ice baths with helping to keep him in peak condition on the back of a stellar 17-year career in the AFL.

When he’s not training, Buddy said he enjoys exercising alongside his wife of five years, model Jesinta Franklin.

Better together: When he's not training, Buddy said he enjoys exercising alongside his wife of five years, model Jesinta Franklin (right)

Better together: When he’s not training, Buddy said he enjoys exercising alongside his wife of five years, model Jesinta Franklin (right)

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