& # 39; He should grow up & # 39 ;: Canberra Raiders boss whines about the & # 39; childish & # 39; accusation of the rival player after the game – but fans accuse him of being too expensive
- The boss of Canberra Raiders aimed his opponent at his antics after the game
- Don Furner had a problem with the celebration of prop Addin Fonua-Blake after the game
- Fonua-Blake mocked Canberra fans after an exciting victory from Manly
- Fans instead touched Furner for his comments and said he was too sensitive
Don Furner, boss of Canberra Raiders, has called on Manly & # 39; s Addin Fonua-Blake to grow up & # 39; after the star gag mocked the fans of his team by gesturing they had to cry.
The Sea Eagles player laughed on Sunday-evening after an exciting 18-14 win in Canberra, taunting fans who thrilled him most of the game.
But Mr. Furner objected to the & # 39; childish & # 39; party after the game and said Fonua-Blake had to grow up & # 39; & # 39 ;.
Manly Sea Eagles prop Addin Fonua-Blake has divided his opinion after taunting Raiders fans in Canberra after the victory by his side
& # 39; You can win gracefully, but maybe he doesn't know what that word means. We have the best fans that come out under all circumstances and that was our largest home audience of the year, & he said The Daily Telegraph.
& # 39; That's just a childish act. & # 39;
A number of fans went to social media to criticize Furner for his comments.
& # 39; My God, we are sensitive these days … nothing more than a bit of game manhood with the crowd that gave it to Manly throughout the game, & # 39; a fan answered.
& # 39; So fans give it 80 minutes to players, but one player does this and he has to grow up & # 39 ;, another said.
& # 39; Furner said something about his Grubby player BJ Leilua for the dog act with Garrick's knees in his back, & # 39; another added.
Raider's boss Don Furner (photo) said the celebration of Fonua-Blake & # 39; childish & # 39; but footy fans said he was too & # 39; sensitive & # 39; used to be
However, some fans have also chosen Furner's side.
& # 39; Grub from a grub team doing a grub act, why are you surprised? & # 39; wrote a fan.
& # 39; I am not a raiders or male fan, but I also thought it was pretty childish, & # 39; another added.
& # 39; I'm not sure about this, I'd prefer to win gracefully – no reason to just celebrate it with my own fans, & # 39; wrote a third.
Canberra boss Don Furner said after the game that Fonua-Blake (pictured with partner Ana Pilimai) had to & # 39; grow up & # 39 ;, while others made the gesture & # 39; childish & # 39; called
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