Imagine the outrage if it'd been the other way around, and the bloke with the history of concussions had been the one that got coward punched. I doubt that it would've been still only 5 weeks. Astounding.He ******* punched a guy in the head off the ball. If this is such an issue for him, then he needs to retire.
Smart clubs don’t announce massive long term iffy contracts mid season . Strange decision From a club that has shown the ability to self descruct mid season .Trac copying Dusty.
Dees full of themselves at the moment, talking about team "love" and "connections", like they have it in the bag.
We came from out of nowhere to achieve glory in 2017.
not often i agree with robbo but i reckon if he can't control his blood sugar and it contributes to him acting that way he shouldn't be playing. 5 weeks for a king-hit behind the play is light.Having diabetes myself.While it's no excuse for doing what he did.I can understand that his blood sugar level may have played a part in his actions.
Shemons have learned zero from the timing of Dusty's announcement. It was just before finals and it seems to lift Richmond and bring everyone at the club together at a crucial time. The news that Dusty had signed long term electrified the club.Dusty also got his deal before we had won anything
Is it a king hit if they bloke is looking at him and pushing him
"King Hit" is defined as an unexpected punch to the head. Normally given the example as from behind as this is an easy way to explain it, but also confuses.I would say no.