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Toby Greene verdict LIVE updates: GWS star fronts tribunal on contacting referee
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Audio of the incident shows Greene telling Stevic “he took a goddamn dive”, complaining about a free kick.
Stevic’s testimonial: “Greene made a little contact with me… I didn’t feel threatened then.”
Gleeson argued that Greene had been aggressive, demonstrative and disrespectful to Stevic during their three-quarter time trial.
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Gleeson says the jury must consider whether Greene had been aggressive, disrespectful, forceful or demonstrative. Any of these will automatically lead to a guilty finding.
Greene pleads innocent for intentionally making contact with Referee Stevic.
However, Ihle admits that Greene contacted Stevic.
The hearing will be held virtually. The tribunal’s president is Ross Howie, with jurors Stephen Jurica, Shane Wakelin and Richard Loveridge.
Ben Ihle QC represents Greene.
Green and GWS footy chief Jason McCartney are in Tasmania together.
Jeff Gleeson QC performs for the AFL.
Toby Greene’s meeting with umpire Matt Stevic came just three days after concerns about players’ behavior toward umpires were discussed at a meeting that involved many of football’s tough hitters.
Well-placed sources have confirmed that The age that the AFL’s competition committee — with a host of club and industry leaders, including Greene’s Greater Western Sydney captain Stephen Coniglio — spoke about a perceived trend of disagreement among officials on the field, which some committee members agreed that these trickled down to community football.
Hello everyone and welcome to our live coverage of the AFL tribunal hearing in which Greater Western Sydney star Toby Greene is accused of intentionally making contact with referee Matt Stevic in Saturday’s elimination final.
Greene is staring at a possible end of the season.
The case will be heard in the morning as the Giants move from Tasmania to WA later today.
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