AFL chair backs 'strong stance' on Finlayson, Clarkson

By Shayne Hope
Updated April 15 2024 - 1:45pm, first published 1:41pm
The AFL has been accused of double standards after banning Jeremy Finlayson over a homophobic slur. (Morgan Hancock/AAP PHOTOS)
The AFL has been accused of double standards after banning Jeremy Finlayson over a homophobic slur. (Morgan Hancock/AAP PHOTOS)

AFL Commission chair Richard Goyder has defended the league's decision to suspend Jeremy Finlayson for uttering a homophobic slur after allowing Alastair Clarkson to continue coaching following a similar incident.

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