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Sydney's Luke Parker ran past the ball and elbowed a Frankston player in the face, forcing him off the ground with a broken jaw. It was totally off the ball and not a football act. I disliked Parker how he mocked an Essendon player for being weak. But his actions were weak and now dislike him even more now.

 

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Parker must have had it in for the frankston player for what ever reason. How can a guy do that when they are trying to get back into the seniors???? 6 weeks.

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Was a shepherd style bump on a bloke 5m behind the ball and Parker running opposite direction

I suggest the damaging contact was back of head to cheek rather than elbow or arm. No excuse tho, he chose to spear a bloke that wasn't in play and not expecting it - Parker responsible for the consequences

Grub act

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He was near stationary.
Both feet planted.
In this new world he might get a couple weeks cause the bloke was KO'd but the Karens calling for his head need to get a grip.
Play on I say.

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Looks like a high shepard. However the ball was loose, so no excuse for him not to go for the ball. Plus he clearly got him high with severe impact. 

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Minimum 4 weeks I'd reckon.  VFL and AFL have slightly different disciplinary systems so it's hard to line up this incident with similar ones at AFL level. 

Dog act though.  Totally unnecessary 

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9 hours ago, rjay said:

Looked like a legit shepherd gone wrong except that none of his teammates had the footy.

So not sure what he was attempting to do.

To me it has the strong whiff of a frustrated player taking his anger out on an opportune target. Reminiscent of Alex Rance whacking a prostrate Jack Watts in the back of the head after being beaten in a marking contest a few years ago.

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12 hours ago, dl4e said:

Parker must have had it in for the frankston player for what ever reason. How can a guy do that when they are trying to get back into the seniors???? 6 weeks.

I think that’s about right, but wouldn’t be surprised if it’s more. Pretty ordinary act.

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Kozzie would have gotten 10 weeks plus 3000 articles about what a thug he is

 

Parker? Hardly been mentioned

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12 hours ago, Fork 'em said:

He was near stationary.
Both feet planted.
In this new world he might get a couple weeks cause the bloke was KO'd but the Karens calling for his head need to get a grip.
Play on I say.

Play on? 
The player was hospitalised with facial fractures from all reports.

It was totally unnecessary from Parker. 

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Do they have a tribunal process in the VFL? 4 weeks is insufficient.

lifted slightly to get him high. Shoulder breaking his jaw.

This should end your season, doing this in late May.

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34 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Do they have a tribunal process in the VFL? 4 weeks is insufficient.

lifted slightly to get him high. Shoulder breaking his jaw.

This should end your season, doing this in late May.

Yes, they do have a tribunal...I would think he will have to front it.

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