AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan says Patrick Cripps should NOT have won Brownlow Medal after violent hit

AFL boss Gillon McLachlan says Patrick Cripps should NOT have been allowed to win the Brownlow Medal because of ‘nonsense’ decision to clear Carlton star over violent hit

  • McLachlan is ‘agitated’ Cripps won Brownlow despite ugly hit in round 21 
  • The Carlton star was suspended for the hit but won his appeal over technicality 
  • Footy identities suggested Cripps’ lawyer should get his own medal over it

Patrick Cripps took out the time-honoured Brownlow Medal on Sunday night, but AFL boss Gillon McLachlan believes the Carlton star should not have…

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