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Australia'I'm not racist, but': Kennett's shocking security take

06:15  17 june  2019
06:15  17 june  2019 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Hawthorn Hawks president Jeff Kennett has stirred controversy with his assertion that AFL security guards are not able to make judgements on fan behaviour because they are "new arrivals".

On 3AW radio, Kennett was discussing the latest debate around Marvel Stadium's 'Behavioural Awareness Officers' that were spotted in vests at the AFL over the weekend when he made the bizarre remark.

"I’m not being racist when I say this, but when I saw some of the footage, the people who are making judgments while they wear these authoritative coats, are not people who appear to have a great knowledge of our game," Kennett said.

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"And yet they make judgments about what’s correct and what's not correct."

'I'm not racist, but': Kennett's shocking security take © AAP Hawthorn president Jeff Kennett 3AW Radio host Neil Mitchell tried to clarify what point Kennett was making.

"What, you mean? They appear to be of ethnic background?" Mitchell questioned.

"Well, they’re new arrivals to Australia, it appears," Kennett replied.

"We don’t know that," Mitchell said.

"We don’t know that and they could be born here," Kennett said.

“All I’m saying is the sporting arena is where people relax, where they support their tribe, and what is happening now is unacceptable. I don't accept that the Marvel Stadium did it on their own. It's an asset owned by the AFL."

'I'm not racist, but': Kennett's shocking security take © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Marvel Stadium management will review security procedures after the AFL venue's chief executive Michael Green conceded some fans felt intimidated by the more-visible security presence.

Kennett argued that fan behaviour was not as bad as the AFL made it out to be and said that the league is putting its focus in the wrong areas of the game, and risks losing supporters over their crowd management approach.

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"The AFL have done a great number of very good things in developing our code but they have allowed themselves to become the sort of social centre for every social issue in the community," Kennett said.

"Whether it's same-sex marriage, whether it's racism, whether it's crowd behaviour - and that's not their job. Their job is to oversee the running of the competition.

"The fans can get away from home, get away from work and just watch their tribe perform in a competitive battle, and that's when they can let their emotions run free.

"It's about personal responsibility.

"We don't want violence, we certainly don't want racist comments, but we do want an invigorated crowd where people can stand up and applaud their heroes, where they can boo the opposition if they think it's worthwhile, and sadly from time to time because the AFL is changing the rules so often, of course they boo the umpires. But that's been the nature of the game for over 100 years."

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