Former AFL diversity manager Ali Fahour has avoided jail and a conviction after pleading guilty to recklessly causing injury for punching an opposing player in the face last year. Fahour was playing for West Preston-Lakeside when he coward-punched Whittlesea player Dale Saddington at the suburban Melbourne match in July 2017. He was suspended by the Northern Football League for 14 games, triggering an automatic life ban, before resigning from his high-ranking AFL position.
Seven's Olympic coverage has attracted further criticism after a commentator was accused of being 'racist' for saying 'all Chinese competitors look the same'. Former Australian Olympian Jacqui Cooper was commentating the first stages of the women's aerials at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Thursday evening when she was speaking about the Chinese skiiers. 'Very Chinese,' Cooper said of Yan Ting's first jump. 'They all look the same, they're very hard to tell who's who.'
An American national has handed himself into police following the death of an Australian man following a savage bar fight in one of Thailand's notorious red light districts. Benjamin Robb, 42, had just began a holiday through south-eastern Asia when he was assaulted by as many as five men at the Ruby Lounge in the country's party town of Pattaya on Friday night. The Victorian was thrown to the floor and 'stomped on' in front of 'shocked customers and staff', according to local reports.
@Mattas24817446@NRL That's my point, there is no precedent and they're playing a dangerous game allowing some and not others. There are redemption stories but also some who don't deserve another go, Lui is one. Not saying Lodge doesn't but he certainly shouldn't be if he's not paying his victims.
@Mattas24817446@NRL My issue is the precedent mate, they aren't the same crime at all yet have been equally punished if not more punishment for Carney who yes is older but also is 100x the player. If the NRL is going to start weighing in on morality that's fine but they can't be making it up as they
@Mattas24817446@NRL You've missed the point. It's less than two years after Lodge did this disgusting stuff he's allowed back, Carney is still having to prove himself for NRL registration for doing nothing even remotely the same
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