I like big bats and I cannot lie
- Mar 11, 2006
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
The AFL will ensure that will never happen.I wonder if they'll find Dean Wallis' spreadheets in the cleanup.
Back to the High Court? This should be good.Watch them use their 'power' to say the rules don't apply to them....they'll threaten legal action, work the corridors of politics, offer all sorts of reasons why they can still pick their best 22/23....then fall into line.
All they need to do is remind the AFL that James Albert Hird won three Anzac Day medals.Watch them use their 'power' to say the rules don't apply to them....they'll threaten legal action, work the corridors of politics, offer all sorts of reasons why they can still pick their best 22/23....then fall into line.
#1 pick in the draft as reward. Woosha has already checked out, and Hardy looking to be in the box seat to return from the dead.
Wasn't Ariel's mum the one who 'anonymously' called Eddie Maguire's show on Triple M and dropped a bucket of sh*t on * for their treatment of her son?The best thing you can say about Ariel is that he wasn't as bad as Elliot Kavanagh. Oh, and Ariel's dad probably isn't a mega-dickhead.
I don't blame McKenna - he would have been told ....you play for Essendon - these rules don't apply to you ....until of course they do!Goose;
McKenna was reported to have attended an open house viewing along with visiting friends and family despite strict AFL guidelines being in place.
The Herald Sun’s Jon Ralph said on Fox Footy the dashing defender had admitted to the breaches which could see him suspended for the foreseeable future.
“Conor McKenna could be suspended for the foreseeable future for sparking the COVID breach that has of course plunged the AFL season into peril again,” Ralph told Fox Footy’s Sunday Ticket.
“Essendon and the AFL and the health department are currently working as we speak to see how many players will be quarantined alongside him.
“The details of his breach have been revealed, he has confirmed that he did attend an open house viewing, his lease was up for his house so he looked at another house. Then he effectively went to visit family and friends, the host parents who effectively bordered him when he came across from Ireland.
“He did that despite the explicit warnings that this was a COVID breach, despite the explicit warnings that Essendon had handed their players after Brandon Zerk-Thatcher was suspended for a COVID breach last week.”
How do they spell "culture" out there in the shadows of the Tullamarine airport hangar?I don't blame McKenna - he would have been told ....you play for Essendon - these rules don't apply to you ....until of course they do!