Sport Chris Scott slams AFL tribunal

15:06  16 may  2018
15:06  16 may  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Iam Very thank because your visit in the my website with title Scott Slams AFL Match Day Reports. Happy reading. Geelong coach Chris Scott says AFL umpires should no longer make game-day reports The AFL has changed the tribunal process in 2018, with Christian reviewing all matches.

Geelong coach Chris Scott says AFL umpires should no longer make game-day reports, believing the matter should be left to match review officer Michael Christian. The AFL has changed the tribunal process in 2018, with Christian reviewing all matches.

  Chris Scott slams AFL tribunal © Getty Images Geelong coach Chris Scott has vented his frustration at the AFL tribunal, following news the league will appeal the decision its own tribunal made - to clear Carlton's Charlie and Ed Curnow of making contact with an umpire.

It follows the one match ban handed down to Cats spearhead Tom Hawkins, who effectively agreed to a plea bargain-style deal after he was threatened with a two-match suspension for the same charge.

"We're still happy we made the right decision to accept Tom's punishment for the good of the game," Scott told 9 NEWS.

"It just appears that what's good for the game has changed within a week."

Blues brothers to face AFL appeal board

  Blues brothers to face AFL appeal board The AFL appeal board will sit to hear the league's objections to the sanctions handed to Carlton's Charlie and Ed Curnow by the tribunal.Charlie and Ed Curnow successfully argued charges of intentional contact with an umpire down to careless contact at Tuesday night's tribunal hearing.

Geelong coach Chris Scott says AFL umpires should no longer make game-day reports, believing the matter should be left to match review officer Michael Christian. The AFL has changed the tribunal process in 2018, with Christian reviewing all matches.

Geelong coach Chris Scott says AFL umpires should no longer make game-day reports, believing the matter should be left to match review officer Michael Christian. The AFL has changed the tribunal process in 2018, with Christian reviewing all matches.

Hawkins, who was lauded for his conduct in accepting the ban, was also left bemused today.

"It's just a hard one. Whether there's confusion or not, I'm not exactly sure, but there probably is a bit in my mind," he said.

It's only the second time in the competition's history the AFL has launched an appeal against the tribunal.

The first, against Richmond's Bachar Houli last year was successful. He was rubbed out for four weeks, instead of the original two weeks given to him for striking Carton’s Jed Lamb.

Tomorrow's appeal will be heard in Melbourne at 3pm.


Dangerfield's stern message to AFL Tribunal .
The AFL tribunal’s decision to fine and not suspend Carlton duo Ed and Charlie Curnow has again come under fire, with one of the league’s premier players taking aim. Cats star Patrick Dangerfield, whose teammate Tom Hawkins was rubbed out for a week for the same offence the Curnow brothers escaped with a $1000 fine for, called the decision “farcical”.“It’s been a couple of years running that Tom’s wore the brunt of the MRP and that’s fair enough with the jumper punch last season, and now the umpire contact this year,”Dangerfield told SEN's Time On.

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