Says it all really.Started reporting on Saturday that Tom Phillips hurt his collarbone and was in doubt for this week simply because he had ice on his shoulder during recovery. Channel 7 started running with it constantly.
Flash to today, Phillips trained fully and did match sim with nothing to suggest there's anything wrong with his collarbone.
Typical of so many journalists. Called out for telling a blatant lie and then backtrack at a million miles an hour blaming 'sources', then follow up with a 'you're a great bloke, as long as you're alright' type guff.
It's the good journalists I feel sorry for because toads like Browne bring them all down.
'Mind you, Jeremy had the balls to get out there and play a brutal game of football in the snow while you, you pompous, snivelling little prig sat up in a comfy media box with your coat, gloves and hand warmers pretending to be someone important. Next one, champ?'"Jeremy Cameron, no criticism to him, had his arms crossed at one stage"
Give me a spell.
Tom Phillips on Oval Office have him a good clip - Browne incorrectly reporting a couple weeks ago that Phillips had a broken collarbone and would miss the rest of the season. Also Phillips suggesting Browne was involved in circulating the Collingwood betting syndicate rumour
Every time I look at him he reminds me of Seth MacFarlane. Which is funny because Browne would be be a perfect character for MacFarlane to ridicule if he made a Family Guy/American Dad about journalists.