I say AAA and was also surprised even though I think Barrett was trying to bait them towards a different answer.
What doesn't hold well is Michael C interviewed on the AFL app continually pushed the point that he referred it to the tribunal for the seriousness of the whole "series" of events during this scuffle.
What I read from that is that if it was JUST the hair pull or JUST the face grab, then a fine would be likely. But add them all together and it's not a good look for the game
He will get weeks in my opinion.
I love Toby, but This is not what I want my 3 year old daughter seeing to be fair
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One could strongly argue that watching a player slung into a fence directly in front of children is every bit as horrific in terms of “look of the game”. He deserves a financial sanction and no more.so Merret pulls hair and gets a fine
toby pulls hair and gets time
they'll find him guilty of being Toby Greene.
It's on the AFL site now. 5pm live streaming or something tonight.
Don’t forget the chokehold he was put in first. Grab a player round the throat and slam him into the fence = fine for Nic Nat.One could strongly argue that watching a player slung into a fence directly in front of children is every bit as horrific in terms of “look of the game”. He deserves a financial sanction and no more.
Turns out to be correct $7500 fine.I’ve looked at a number of sources and this is total crap
He deserves a fine at most
I was going to and then I thought why ruin a great finals weekDo I really want to go and slog through the outrage on the other boards?
Part of me really does
Part of me really couldn’t be bothered
All I can say is “totally suck on that all you winging w***nkers”
I do find it interesting/hilarious that the AFL Council (ie: the prosecution) didn’t call for a suspension. That suspension was essentially never on the table.
As I said - suck on that.