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14 years since we lost one of the greats

Today marks 14 years since the shock death of Continuous Call Team member Peter Frilingos.

‘Chippy’ collapsed at his desk and died of a heart attack, at just 59-years-of-age.

He was one of Ray’s closest friends, he was a mentor, a confidante and loved by all who knew him.

Ray remembers Chippy’s wicked sense of humour.

“When I started doing this type of program, he phoned me the first day we won the ratings in 2003, about a year before he died.

“He said, ‘well, that’ll do me’.

“‘How a dope like you can win a radio ratings doing talkback has got me beat’, and then he started laughing.”

Chippy will always hold a special place at The Daily Telegraph, where he was Chief Rugby League Writer, 2GB and especially for Ray.

“Peter Frilingos; a great contributor to rugby league, a great contributor to journalism, but more importantly from my point of view, he was a great contributor to my life.”

Click PLAY below to hear Ray’s touching tribute in full

Image: The Daily Telegraph

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