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Mark Robinson of Fox Footy has asked the AFL to stop “infiltrating” the game after a series of controversial penalties that were paid last weekend.

In the Brisbane-Hawthorne clash alone, 63 free kicks were paid, including one against Lecce Nile, which Campbell Brown commentator said he would “not pay at AusKick”.

Another free kick when Hawk Tom Mitchell pushed Tom Fullarton after sunset, Robinson described as “the worst free kick in the history of the game”.

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Figures show that referees award an average of 44.2 penalties per game – six more per game than in 2021.

Referees have been paying the highest number of free games in more than two decades, and statistics show that the last time such a high number was in 1999.

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Robinson said the game in the AFL is softening – contrary to the demands of fans.

“It’s a martial art, and not everyone can do it … you have to throw and take selections. You have to stand and be thrown to the ground, ”he told AFL360.

“Arms out 50 goes down in game history as one of the worst comments ever made.

“What I saw over the weekend, I thought the judges were saying‘ oh no, don’t offend them ’. Part of the game hurts, whether you like it or not. Stop the awakened world from infiltrating this really popular fighting game.

“The mundaneness of the world has taken our game too far.”

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Robinson could only laugh when the videos of the “soft” penalties were shown by co-host Gerard Waitley.

Waitley said he considered the Brisbane-Hawthorne clash and found that only 28 of the 63 free kicks were “without a doubt”.

“I think there are 13 who refuse,” he said.

“I think it was just an excessive urge to whistle.”

As for the AFL, it is that their ranks of referees have suffered from the same shortcoming as clubs and players, and as a result they have turned to younger, more inexperienced referees.

“(They) are about 14 lower in terms of illness and injury, so they have to play with some more inexperienced referees,” said John Ralph of Fox Footy.

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Robinson said he wanted the AFL powers to let the game go.

“It’s such a popular sport because people aren’t as brave as players,” he said.

“Don’t kill the golden goose that is contacting the AFL, Australian rules … Part of that requires courage, fury, competitiveness.

“We have to defend the animal right to play this game, and if you’re not tough enough, don’t play.

“Don’t subtract these aspects that players should have – talent, heart, courage.

“I think it’s a profound rise of this new wonderful caring world we live in, but it permeates our sport. Do not extend your hands to the judges, do not throw it too hard into the ground, it may harm him. We must protect what we all love. ”


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