Great work guys.
What kind of an idiot ran at full pace towards another player, that's just stupid , I don't care whether it was legal or not, rididicuous thing to do. Anyway feel sorry for the guy.And that GWS guy on the weekend -that was the most reckless -idiotic thing ive seen -with no duty of care shown at all to the opposition player
Want to congratulate you on a fantastic post Jim Boy.Casey is a strong bloke and determined to do the best he can and he will. However quadriplegia has a massive impact, not just on the individual but also on those around him. The littlest things in life can suddenly become the hardest. Casey’s partner is expecting their first child in November. Anything that can be done will reduce the stress and the strain.
Like any proud club, we all want to give back to those that have given to us. Casey’s contribution to the Cats and local footy particularly in Geelong should not be underestimated. In this time of need, it’s time to rally around one of our own and do what we can. The AFL players have. BigFooty is also striving to do everything it can to help and has donated to the Future Fund.
The two two things that can be done to help support Casey and his family are:
1. Donate to Casey by visiting caseytutungi.com or by walking into a branch of the Bendigo Bank and contributing to the Casey Tutungi Future Fund
2. Head to caseytutungi.com and leaving a message of support
Making donations can be difficult if you are under financial stress, especially given the current state of the economy, but any little bit helps. Casey’s diagnosis is permanent, so there is plenty of opportunity to help in the future.
Finally if you want to encourage others at BigFooty to make a donation, contact one of the Geelong moderators and we will arrange for a medal under your username to show that you are a supporter of Casey. This medal links to a page detailing to other users how they can help secure the future of not only Casey, but his young family as well.
Hate to see anyone seriously injured doing what they love - Sad day.Thoughts and prayers go out to Casey, family and friends.
Oh God Hot Tin Roof and Shaneo, seeing his picture and reading Shane's words, I'm in tears and yes Shane, "it's amazing how sick and upset I can feel for someone I never actually met... just heart breaking stuff."As I tweeted before it's amazing how sick and upset I can feel for someone I never actually met... just heart breaking stuff.
Feel in particular for his fiancé who is pregnant and expecting in November... and for the fact that he will never be able to hold and pick up his own child..... life just isn't fair sometimes