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If he doesn't  get a serious  suspension it will be open slather on pretending  to smother and then knocking people out.

I'm not saying this was his intent ( but how do we really know) the fact remains Gus was stretchered off after a player launched into him like an f16.

We can never really know ones true intent but the results are irrefutable. 

# ProtecttheheadHoliday4Maynard

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He can’t get off. 

Head high.

High impact.

Thats 2 weeks.

Intentional or accidental is all that’s up for debate, so he gets 2-4 weeks. 2 weeks is the minimum possible outcome.

Fantastic he will miss a flag!

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6 minutes ago, Nascent said:

I suspect he intentionally turned his body to inflict damage but they'll argue he was in the air to smother then braced in a split second decision. He'll get off.

Absolutely. Roo might only get one week, to stop the screaming after Maynard gets off.

One bloke unconscious, who has had a problem with concussions. The other victim jumps up and keeps playing.

Remember Kozzies 2 weeks for jumping up and bumping and Bailey Smith laughed.

Which team did Christian play for?

 

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10 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

If he doesn't  get a serious  suspension it will be open slather on pretending  to smother and then knocking people out.

I'm not saying this was his intent ( but how do we really know) the fact remains Gus was stretchered off after a player launched into him like an f16.

We can never really know ones true intent but the results are irrefutable. 

# ProtecttheheadHoliday4Maynard

Agreed!

 

It was a dog act by Maynard.

He is a vile [censored]! 🤬🤬🤬

 

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It's bloody obvious, especially after he turned his body to get the shoulder in the head and off the ground, shouldn't matter if it was the front.... so that won't mean anthing and he might get off.

I just hope Gus is alright.

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He rolled the right shoulder in, he had a choice, could have rolled left, guilty as don't care about post facto BS.

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5 minutes ago, OhMyDees said:

The fact that the media interviewed that [censored] after the game to allow him the temerity to suggest what he did was a ‘footy act’ is [censored]. 

How faaarrked was that!

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1 minute ago, whatwhat say what said:

will not be suspended

and if he is will get off on appeal

Yep, MRO may give it 2 weeks, Careless/High/High

But other similar ones got off, Cripps, Duncan

The only thing against Maynard is the shoulder turn, not the best look and not a move to avoid contact, moreso make it hurt.  But I thought Cripps was worse and he got off albeit after long appeal process

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4 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Yep, MRO may give it 2 weeks, Careless/High/High

But other similar ones got off, Cripps, Duncan

The only thing against Maynard is the shoulder turn, not the best look and not a move to avoid contact, moreso make it hurt.  But I thought Cripps was worse and he got off albeit after long appeal process

cos the filth don't play for a fortnight - the [censored]! - the afl can string it out for a week

think of the content?!??

i love the smell of seo in the morning

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4 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

Him and cox are thugs out there to try hurt blokes and get away with  too much. 

I think even Cox tried to.twist Petraccas ankle during a play where we has laying on the turf and for whatever reason hold Trac's leg and then put his weight on it. Luckily Trac was fine.

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I hope we send in a harsh medical report with a long history of Gus’ concussion injuries, which are very clear to everyone.  That helmet is not a fashion statement. 

I hope Gus will be ok. He was previously one head knock away from retirement. 

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