Collingwood Football Club says remarks made by a long-term ally about Indian matured consideration laborers don’t mirror the club’s perspectives.
Joffa Corfe, referred to in AFL circles as one of Collingwood’s most energetic fans, conveyed a tweet on Tuesday after the last report of the matured consideration illustrious commission was given to the government.
Mr Corfe tweeted: “Dispose of all Indian specialists in matured consideration may be a beginning.”
In another post, he said he would not be hushed.
Collingwood separated itself from the remark, which came after a free report discovered “fundamental prejudice” at the club.
“Joffa Corfe isn’t an individual from the Collingwood Football Club however has had a long relationship with our association,” the club said in a proclamation.
“As such we can’t remain by his remarks of the previous evening. We sentence them and request that he consider the hurt he has caused and a fitting statement of regret.”
Notwithstanding not being officially essential for the club Mr Corfe has been related with the club for a long time, broadly wearing his gold coat to imply a Collingwood win.
His remarks come as Collingwood works through the suggestions of the Do Better report.
The report, and the reaction by the club after it was delivered, prompted Eddie McGuire’s abdication as club president.