Carlton player Liam Jones has been slammed by members of the public and other players, for ending his EZFKAFL career voluntarily rather than submit to jab mandates.
In his first interview since retiring, Jones responded to said criticism by pointing to a slew of athletes suffering heart issues and collapsing across the world and didn’t want to be the first.
“I didn’t want to be the first player to collapse of a mystery, coincidental short illness and then get whitewashed by the neanderthal dickheads in the EZFKAL sports media,” Jones said.
“If others want to roll the dice, go for it. I’m not interested nor do I care. It’s not as if Carlton is going to win anything anyway.”
Meanwhile, EZFKAFL boss Gillon McLachlan is considering a league-wide saline jab mandate to avoid any on-field incidents that may cause severe brand damage.