Dramatic moment Manly fan confronts Melbourne Storm star Will Chambers angry in the tunnel before the police arrest the rogue supporter
- Male fan has Saturday Storm player Will Chambers facing Melbourne
- Rooms were sent from the field and cameras caught the fan in the tunnel
- The rooms stopped, but the man was quickly grabbed and taken out of the stadium
- Male coach Des Hasler apologized for the incident
This is the dramatic moment that a male fan was furiously confronted with Melbourne Storm star Will Chambers in the tunnel during a competition.
Male coach Des Hasler apologized to Chambers after the fan reached him in the squares of the Storm's 36-6 NRL victory in Lottoland on Saturday.
Chambers left the field after being in a sin when he was involved in an incident with the fan, who was wearing a male sweater.
Male coach Des Hasler apologized at the Will Storm center in Melbourne
The Storm Center stopped for a moment, convinced that the man had tried to hit him after being stabbed through the gate into the tunnel.
However, no contact has been made by the fan.
The police lifted the fan off the ground with handcuffs. He was released without charge.
& # 39; He could reach through (the cage). Fortunately, it didn't do any harm, nor should it have done it, & Hasler said.
& # 39; He has not made contact with Will. The only thing I can do at the moment is apologize and that is certainly not necessary in sports. It is certainly not allowed. & # 39;
Chambers were thrown into sin for a high tackle on Manly second rower Jack Gosiewski before a melee broke out between the two final bounds.
The subsequent tunnel incident raged the Craig Bellamy of the Storm, who also spoke out.
The Storm Center stopped for a moment, convinced that the man had tried to hit him after being stabbed through the gate into the tunnel
The police took the fan off the ground in handcuffs and it is believed that he was released without charge
& # 39; I know Des has apologized. He does not have to apologize, & said Bellamy.
& # 39; We don't need that behavior of our people. I think Manly did everything in terms of security. We don't want it to happen.
& # 39; Ultimately, it is someone in the crowd who has made a decision that is not good for our game.
& # 39; There is no bad feeling about Manly as a club. That is a rogue supporter who does what he should not do. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Melbourne Storm boss Dave Donaghy said it was unacceptable and called for the fan to be banned for life.
& # 39; We must offer our players a safe workplace. Tonight was anything but. I don't care how long that fan has been a fan of the game or how passionate he is, & he said.
& # 39; What he did was unacceptable, he should be banned for life from any kind of rugby league.
Male coach Des Hasler (photo) apologized to Chambers and the Melbourne Storm for the fan's actions, but coach Melbourne Craig Bellamy said that Hasler and Manly were not to blame
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