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FFS here we go, just what we need. We’re gonna get crucified compared to the Richmond [censored]-grabbers. Unbelievable. 

https://www.news.com.au/sport/afl/melbourne-demons-pair-slammed-for-ridiculous-groping-act/news-story/4a8faf7b9b5e06d5ddcff9870060eb9b

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My main issue here is the skylarking during the coaches address at 3/4 time before our most important quarter of the season.  Sure we had a healthy lead and looked like we were going to cruise to

Proves the theory that majority of AFL players are dumb meat heads. You'd think after the Richmond debacle they all would have learnt a lesson.. How wrong was I..  

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I opened this thread and realised I was in the wrong forum....sorry.

Besides it was consensual touching. Trac guides Hunt’s fingers to the promised land. Nothing to see here. Amicable contest.

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The big difference is that Petracca was in on the joke, if people are going to give the Hockeyroos girls a pass on theirs then nothing to see here. Bit of fun between mates.

”Former Hockeyroos star Georgie Parker has responded to the groping furore surrounding the AFL and a 2017 photo of her grabbing a teammate.

Parker, who previously took aim at the condemnation of AFL players who touch each other inside dressing rooms, has taken to Twitter to share proof her own teammate grab was all above board.

The 31-year-old was prompted to share the evidence after a Twitter follower asked if her Hockeyroos teammate Kathryn Slattery was “ok” with her groping her backside during the Australian national anthem”

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16 minutes ago, Pates said:

The big difference is that Petracca was in on the joke, if people are going to give the Hockeyroos girls a pass on theirs then nothing to see here. Bit of fun between mates.

”Former Hockeyroos star Georgie Parker has responded to the groping furore surrounding the AFL and a 2017 photo of her grabbing a teammate.

Parker, who previously took aim at the condemnation of AFL players who touch each other inside dressing rooms, has taken to Twitter to share proof her own teammate grab was all above board.

The 31-year-old was prompted to share the evidence after a Twitter follower asked if her Hockeyroos teammate Kathryn Slattery was “ok” with her groping her backside during the Australian national anthem”

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Weirdos all of them.   And yes that includes Hunt and Petracca.   Come out of the closet already fellas.

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Proves the theory that majority of AFL players are dumb meat heads. You'd think after the Richmond debacle they all would have learnt a lesson..

How wrong was I..  

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Proves the theory that majority of AFL players are dumb meat heads. You'd think after the Richmond debacle they all would have learnt a lesson..

How wrong was I..  

I personally wouldn’t be doing anything like that but if they are both in on it then seriously this sort of stuff must happen all the time. 

What the Richmond mob did clearly had an uncomfortable participant. 

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BBOs opionion on the matter would be valuable for once.

Not many people get expelled from thier extended family Christmas.

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Training must be like a Feeling Frenzy! Ridiculous and immature... 

Try doing that to Barry Hall! 😳 He would wipe out the whole side... 👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼
 

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Proves the theory that majority of AFL players are dumb meat heads. You'd think after the Richmond debacle they all would have learnt a lesson..

How wrong was I..  

I have been saying it for years dd just because you can play football does not make you a rocket scientist. 

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59 minutes ago, Biffen said:

BBOs opionion on the matter would be valuable for once.

Not many people get expelled from thier extended family Christmas.

How crass and insensitive of you to bring that up Biffin!

It was all just a misunderstanding ....................... more or less.

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I didn’t know what to expect when I saw the title of this thread!

I don’t get the groping or the finger up the [censored] thing amongst teammates. If a bloke tried that in my time he would have been decked. 2 consenting adults in the privacy of their homes well that’s their business.

Having said that its obvious the boys were in on the joke so what does it matter other than just don’t get caught on camera. The blood suckers in the press are always looking for a beat-up so don’t give them the opportunity.

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2 hours ago, Pates said:

The big difference is that Petracca was in on the joke, if people are going to give the Hockeyroos girls a pass on theirs then nothing to see here. Bit of fun between mates.

”Former Hockeyroos star Georgie Parker has responded to the groping furore surrounding the AFL and a 2017 photo of her grabbing a teammate.

Parker, who previously took aim at the condemnation of AFL players who touch each other inside dressing rooms, has taken to Twitter to share proof her own teammate grab was all above board.

The 31-year-old was prompted to share the evidence after a Twitter follower asked if her Hockeyroos teammate Kathryn Slattery was “ok” with her groping her backside during the Australian national anthem”

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Double standards, there is more sexual harassment from lesbians than men.

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Proves the theory that majority of AFL players are dumb meat heads. You'd think after the Richmond debacle they all would have learnt a lesson..

How wrong was I..  

absolutely DD36

I can imagine the club officials and the coach raising the behavior issues with the players and the Tigers players stupidity would have been highlighted.  It’s inappropriate but more so it’s just stupidity.  

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My main issue here is the skylarking during the coaches address at 3/4 time before our most important quarter of the season. 

Sure we had a healthy lead and looked like we were going to cruise to victory but we have this habit of going to sleep and not being switched on and then we concede multiple goals. 

Now I’m beginning to see why. 

This issue of not being switched on needs to be addressed in 2021. 

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8 minutes ago, Demonland said:

My main issue here is the skylarking during the coaches address at 3/4 time before our most important quarter of the season. 

Sure we had a healthy lead and looked like we were going to cruise to victory but we have this habit of going to sleep and not being switched on and then we concede multiple goals. 

Now I’m beginning to see why. 

This issue of not being switched on needs to be addressed in 2021. 

Sadly it could be as simple as a lack of respect for the coach and teammates and it’s massive problem if it’s widespread. 

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2 hours ago, Pates said:

I personally wouldn’t be doing anything like that but if they are both in on it then seriously this sort of stuff must happen all the time. 

What the Richmond mob did clearly had an uncomfortable participant. 

This. 

The only response should have been "we are disappointed the players were not fully focused on Goodwin, but have no concerns with the actions as they are fully consensual, unlike other incidents which have been highlighted."

It's really important that this is differentiated, because this apllies to non-football situations too. The problem is not touching. It is the lack of consent. As a society we really struggle with understanding this difference. 

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4 minutes ago, Hannibal Inc. said:

Clearly, it's no big deal, but it gives ammunition to the professionally aggrieved.  They'll love it and use their soapbox.

Exactly. 

Nothing to see here with this. 

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