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Australia Footy fans attack cops in Melbourne

03:35  29 september  2019
03:35  29 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

'It was pretty much every single game': Guy Sebastian reveals he suffered multiple concussions after playing football as he prepares for the Longest Kick competition at the AFL grand final

'It was pretty much every single game': Guy Sebastian reveals he suffered multiple concussions after playing football as he prepares for the Longest Kick competition at the AFL grand final Guy Sebastian will put on his footy boots to take part in Fox Footy's Longest Kick competition next Saturday, September 28. The singer, 37, who is a keen supporter of the Adelaide crows, revealed to the Herald Sun that playing AFL has caused numerous injuries in the past. 'I was pretty much concussed every single game, I have a weak head I think,' he told the publication. '(My wife) Jules used to pick me up from footy and I'd generally need to pull over and spew. That's not a joke,' he added.

Thousands of footy fans have arrived in drones for the 2019 AFL Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Richmond Tigers will go head-to-head with the Greater Western Sydney Giants when the ball drops at 2.30pm. One Richmond fan went all out for the season decider, using face paint to dress

Thousands of footy fans have arrived in drones for the 2019 AFL Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Richmond Tigers will go head-to-head with the Greater Western Sydney Giants when the ball drops at 2.30pm. One Richmond fan went all out for the season decider, using face paint to dress

A footy fan who allegedly headbutted a policewoman as he was being kicked out of the MCG is one of several charged with attacking police officers on AFL grand final day. © AAP Images A footy fan who allegedly headbutted a policewoman as he was being kicked out of the MCG is one of several charged with attacking police officers on AFL grand final day. A footy fan who allegedly headbutted a policewoman as he was being kicked out of the MCG is one of several charged with attacking police officers on AFL grand final day.

The Ferntree Gully man was arrested just after 5pm on Saturday and as he was being escorted from the grounds he attacked the female officer, Victoria Police said. 

The 59-year-old has been charged with intentionally causing serious injury, resist police and assault police and will face court on Sunday.

Home Affairs mum on journalist warrants

  Home Affairs mum on journalist warrants The government department that oversees Australia's cops and spooks doesn't know how many journalists are currently under warrants. The government department overseeing Australia's law enforcement and intelligence agencies doesn't know how many journalists are being investigated by authorities. The parliamentary intelligence committee has asked the Department of Home Affairs to list the number of search warrants, and warrants for computer access and surveillance devices out on journalists.

Beloved café owner who was killed in Bourke Street terrorist attack is remembered with a GWS Giants fan Peter Marsden would visit the venue when in Melbourne for AFL Mr Malaspina promised to hang Giants scarf if Sydney team made the grand final A beloved cafe owner who was killed in the Bourke Street terror attack has been remembered

The Melbourne fan punched Hawks supporter Ben Ploegmakers in the head and dragged him to the ground before people rushed in to help. Footage of the attack was played on the Sunday Footy Show and prompted host Tony Jones to call for severe punishments for anyone found guilty of violent

Shaun Grigg wearing a suit and tie: Retired Tiger Shaun Grigg has hailed the Grand Final influence of Marlion Pickett and Dustin Martin. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Retired Tiger Shaun Grigg has hailed the Grand Final influence of Marlion Pickett and Dustin Martin. In a separate incident a 21-year-old Brookfield man bit a police officer and a 27-year-old Brookfield man hit another policeman to the back of the head when they were spoken to about their behaviour.

Both have been charged with assault police and were released on bail. 

The officer who was bitten was taken to hospital to be treated.

'Sayonara': Storm star confirms NRL exit .
The Melbourne Storm have confirmed that Maroons star Will Chambers will not be returning to the club in the 2020 NRL season.Storm coach Craig Bellamy made the announcement on Tuesday night.

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