- Apr 23, 2017
- AFL Club
It's a broken corrupt organisation..
CARLTON defender Dale Thomas has been charged with striking by the Match Review Officer following Saturday night’s game against the Western Bulldogs.
The incident occurred 15 minutes into the second quarter, when Thomas made contact with Bulldogs midfielder Josh Dunkley while trying to spoil a mark inside the Blues’ forward 50.
The 31-year-old has been handed a $3000 fine, which can be reduced to $2000 with an early plea.
WOW just WOW.And we are off once again! (facepalm.gif)
Exactly! That’s exactly where I’m at.So it's ok to charge someone with a knee and break their ribs, but not ok to try and spoil a ball in play, yeah righto, i give up.
Can we pick a round where it is the other teams home game?Totally Corrupt organisation. I for one don’t know how much longer I can follow this league. It’s saddening.
I’ll always love the Blues and will make a donation instead of renewing my membership, but I personally can’t tolerate this contrived, corrupt stink of a league and the p****s that run it.
Unfair, lopsided fixturing. Obvious favouritism, ex players in high positions favouring the clubs they played for.
The behaviour police, the constant messing with and creating of unnecessary rules. The umpiring. The * fiasco. The AFL morality thought police who think they can tell us what’s right and wrong.
And our club still being treated as cheats nearly 20 years after the event when you can’t say boo about bloody drug cheats.
It makes me sick to my stomach.
I, as many others, have grown up with and played the game, and was even on my way to making it to the top level.
I think I’ll follow my local team more and support that league, instead of these corrupt cretins.
There’s a campaign to not attend matches in round 15, as a protest against the AFL commission and their ‘rules’.
I urge everyone to consider this.
Yes the clubs will lose gate takings, but the AFL need to know we’ve had enough.
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