- Mar 19, 2018
- AFL Club
Some very irrational responses above, you campaigners need to settle down there is life outside football and big footy
Ok? Good on you for condoning the rampant thuggery of the 70s I guess?
I don't condone that behaviour, but they are just words. Sticks and stones and all that...Shouldn't of been overturned no I still would of given him 3 weeks.
But it wasn't mean words said something about ******* his underage daughter no? Unless you condone that sort of behaviour it's a weird one to bring up
So how do you feel about someone pulling your hair ? surely that would then mean you were justified in giving them a choke slam yeah
Wait till you have a family and someone says they would give your 6yr old daughter one and see if they are just words to you! . But like I said I wouldn't of overturned it
Barry Hall punched Staker in the head in the most similar offence to Gaff, Hall got 7 weeks. Gaff got 9.Please cite precedent to suggest that those punishments weren't lenient.
Staker wasn't injured so if it's outcome based and your using that incident to extrapolate to the gaff king hit should of been 12 weeks easilyBarry Hall punched Staker in the head in the most similar offence to Gaff, Hall got 7 weeks. Gaff got 9.
James Frawley pushed J. Cameron into the fence in a similar manner to Gov. He got a fine. Gov got a week.
Naitanui laid this identical tackle on Parfitt, received a free kick for it
Naitanui laid this identical tackle on Nick Smith, received a free kick for it https://www.afl.com.au/video/2018-03-25/nic-nat-goes-whack
Gets a week for Amon tackle.
Googled it, first hitWrong, go Google it
Sewlood only found out who it was a tattoo of after the event.The 2006 premiership Eagle, who remains at the club in a game development role, was adamant he didn’t realise at the time the ink on Headland’s arm was of his six-year-old daughter Madisan.