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Alastair Clarkson told to RESIGN from Kangaroos over Hawks scandal; Lions’ Chris Fagan stands down


Alastair Clarkson has been urged to stand down from the Kangaroos as ‘harrowing and disturbing’ allegations emerged about his Hawthorn tenure.

It comes as current Lions coach Chris Fagan, who was Clarkson’s chief lieutenant at Hawthorn from 2008-2016 – a period in which the club won four premierships – has stood down temporarily while an independent investigation takes place. 

The shocking accusations against Hawthorn were revealed after the club commissioned an external review into claims of racism, which has been delivered to the AFL. 

Alastair Clarkson (left) and Chris Fagan (right), pictured while coaching at Hawthorn in 2016, are under fire after shocking allegations emerged by Indigenous players from the club

Alastair Clarkson (left) and Chris Fagan (right), pictured while coaching at Hawthorn in 2016, are under fire after shocking allegations emerged by Indigenous players from the club

One former Hawthorn player alleged a group of senior figures at…



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