& # 39; Dirty as they come & # 39 ;: GWS Giants enforcer gets slammed while he seems to be watching an opponent during the AFL Grand Final
- The player from Greater Western Sydney, Toby Greene, has been slammed by AFL fans
- The AFL final began on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 p.m. in Melbourne
- Greene seemed to be monitoring Richmond player, Liam Baker, during the first quarter
The performer of Greater Western Sydney Giant, Toby Greene, is slammed by fans while he seems to be watching a Richmond player in the first quarter of the AFL final.
In footage of the incident, Greene Tigers player can hold Liam Baker with one arm on the floor as he grabs his face with his other hand.
& # 39; Dirty when they come. No surprises, & # 39; a fan wrote online.
& # 39; Nothing here! & # 39; another fan argued.
& # 39; Thug. I hope he gets a few weeks for it & # 39 ;, a third added.
The AFL final between the Richmond Tigers and GWS Giants started on Saturday at 2.30 pm in front of a sold-out audience at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Greene does not seem to have finished his lesson after being sidelined by the tribunal for a week after the Giant's semi-final win against the Brisbane Lions.
The tribunal ruled that Green had made unreasonable contact with the eye area of Lion's midfielder Lachie Neale.
The performer of Greater Western Sydney Giant, Toby Greene, is slammed by fans while he seems to be watching a Richmond player in the first quarter of the AFL final
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