Saints star Paddy Ryder has had his appeal rejected by the AFL tribunal and will miss the next two rounds of football.
The issue has sparked a heated debate this week after the Fatty Legends, including Nathan Buckley, called for a decision this week to charge Ryder, who has limited self-control before putting Hawthorne’s Will Day on his back. There is an opportunity.
The AFL match-fixing officer offered the star player a two-match suspension for Day’s shot, which was replaced on Sunday by Hawk’s 69-point loss to St Kilda, with a concussion after he was hit by Ryder in during the second quarter.
Although the court’s decision is the end of Ryder’s case, it has opened a debate that is far from over.
It’s not surprising,” said Mark Robinson, co-host of AFL 360 at Fox Footy ( More Details)