Sport Nathan Buckley denies another breach of COVID protocols after fist bump

13:13  12 august  2020
13:13  12 august  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has denied breaching the AFL's strict coronavirus protocols by acknowledging a fan at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday night.

After a slow start in which they kicked just two goals in the first half, the Pies rallied to defeat Adelaide by four goals.

At the end of the game, while heading from the coaches' box to the field, Buckley was seen greeting a fan, appearing to extend a hand, though the camera angle meant the exchange was obscured.

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Some reports on Wednesday suggested Buckley and Collingwood were in line for another penalty as players and stuff are not permitted contact with people outside their team bubbles.

Buckley responded on Wednesday, saying he had given a fist bump to a fan who he has history with.

The Magpies coach then implored the media to focus on the positives instead of trying to catch out breaches.

"There are cameras camped around cafes and eateries up here waiting for players to sit down at them," he added.

"I hope we don’t lose sight of our humanity through all of this, greater focus on positive yarns would help everyone."

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It's since been Buckley and the Magpies have no case to answer after the AFL ticked off the exchange.

Collingwood were hit with a $50,000 fine, half of which was suspended, earlier this month after Buckley and assistant coach Brenton Sanderson played a game of tennis with two people outside the club's bubble.

The pair released a statement, accepting the penalty and asking to personally pay the fine themselves.

"At the time, we believed we had followed and adhered to the protocols as required but after returning to the hotel and readdressing the circumstances it became crystal clear that we had breached the current AFL protocols," Buckley and Sanderson stated.

"The competition is asking its constituents to make great sacrifices for the show to go on and we have all accepted these for the long-term future of the industry and the privilege of participating within it."

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