Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, Tom Stewart said he felt “sick” when he was suspended for a long time.
Stuart faces AFL court Tuesday night In what happened to Prestia – who fell under MCG’s concussion protocols since Saturday’s game – was considered reckless behavior, high impact and high communication – led to a live referral review. The court.
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In a statement to reporters on Monday, Stuart insisted he had no malicious intent – despite the consequences – and called for Priscilla to apologize after the game.
“It’s been a couple of days,” Stuart told reporters.
I realized that I had made a wrong decision.
“He’s still sitting in my gut and I’m very sick.”
Indifferent, not intentional, the MRO hits Stewart as a mound, not a high arm.
Speaking AFL 360 On Monday night, co-presenter Gerard Willey compared the Swart incident to two other tumors, one of which was negligent and serious.
Both former power player Lynsey Thomas and Geolong star Patrick Dangerfield have been suspended for three games in the 2018 and 2021 eclipses.
Considering the MRO standards and arguing that the AFL’s indifference rating could not be improved, Willley said the three-week suspension was the “first point.”
“There are three conditions for indifference and seriousness, which is less than I felt over the weekend,” said Willie. AFL 360. But once I get the job done, here’s the starting point.
Host Mark Robinson said Stewart should face a five- to six-week sentence.
“I am now in court pardon,” Stuart said. This was a bad deed and a bad decision by myself, but I have to live here now and this is the hardest thing for me.
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