Norm Smith Medallist
- Mar 17, 2012
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
Had the same reaction to this.Barrett has multiple avenues available to him in order to reach his audience.
Why would you include an if then about Danny Frawley starting off with
If Danny is gone.
Barrett straight up you're a ****.
Completely tone deaf c***ish behavior.Had the same reaction to this.
i) TOTALLY inappropriate format to embed an eulogy in; a flippant daily musings (well it's supposed to be ) football column. And to use "If Spud is gone" as the tagline hook.. crikey.
ii) To add insult to injury once again he ****ed the format! As a mate pointed out - "is he suggesting those (positive) things about Danny were not the case before?"
Utterly complete fail.
I was reading something else on the AFL app when a pop up with the headline appeared on the screen.Completely tone deaf c***ish behavior.
Using this as a clickbait style headline.
Shows the absolute gutter trash this bloke and his writing are.
Sounds like he might have taken some MD or did some coke on the weekend and has then shat himself when ASADA has rolled in a couple of days later, thinking it might still be in his system.“When ASADA test for an illicit substance and you glow, you test positive. There’s not even a strike, it’s a slap on the wrist (if not on game day).
“This wasn’t game day. It was a Tuesday after the West Coast Eagles played Richmond at the MCG. He’s gone from in a state of panic, we think, from no ban whatsoever to a potential four-year ban.
“The people I spoke to yesterday say manipulating a urine sample is just about as serious as it gets. This is big stuff.”
Willie Rioli drug ban, West Coast Eagles, AFL 2019, ASADA drug test, urine substitution, maximum penaltyWest Coast Eagles forward Willie Rioli was reportedly caught pouring a liquid into a drug-test beaker in an attempt to fool an anti-doping officer.www.foxsports.com.au