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SportWill Chambers' attacker goes into hiding as Manly players respond

11:26  02 september  2019
11:26  02 september  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The fan behind the attack on Melbourne centre Will Chambers has gone to ground amid calls from Manly star Jake Trbojevic to ban him for life.

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Sporting News Australia reached out to the fan, who we have decided not to name, via social media after being connected through a third party.

The supporter did not respond to our request but then changed his social media settings to avoid further detection.

He is doing his best to avoid further scrutiny as the NRL and Manly decide his fate.

Trbojevic wants a harsh punishment handed down as a strong signal to all fans.

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“He definitely should be banned. You can’t be lashing out at players. No way at all,” he said.

“As a Manly player, it’s disappointing to see someone do that to the opposition team.

“That’s a big no-go.

“They got rid of the bloke pretty quickly (and) it’s no fault on Manly, but as a club we don’t want to see that.”

Prop Marty Taupau stopped short of calling for a life ban, saying he would leave those decisions for the game’s administrators.

But he was clearly angered over the incident.

“There are a lot of things I’d like to say about this individual and what it’s done to our club,” Taupau said.

“I don’t want to waste any air on him. He’s not really worth the time.

“That’s not Manly. It’s not rugby league in general.

“It won’t happen (again). Our fans will definitely back us.”

Asked if he feared the NRL would carry through on its threat to take a finals match away from Brookvale Oval, Taupau replied: “It would be disappointing (if they did that) but I wouldn’t be banking on that to happen.

Trbojevic added: “It would be devastating. I really hope it doesn’t get taken away because of that incident.”

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