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Collingwood players won’t sing the club’s signature tune should they register triumph over the Western Bulldogs on Friday night, as indicated by Herald Sun columnist Jon Ralph.
It comes as the AFL executes limitations on some physical contact as the world arrangements with the coronavirus emergency.
After Thursday night’s season-opener, Richmond and Carlton players shook hands and embraced. Tigers players at that point clustered around in their rooms and belted out ‘Yellow and Black’ in the MCG rooms front of a sprinkling of club staff and authorities.
The scenes drew some analysis from AFL intellectuals, with prevalence Bomber Adam Ramanauskas proposing the association and its players ought to cling to indistinguishable government suggestions from the network.
Be that as it may, talking on Friday Night Footy on Fox pre-game, Ralph said the Pies would adopt a traditionalist strategy after the game on the off chance that they guarantee four prevalence focuses against the Dogs.
“I can reveal to you today around evening time that Collingwood has concluded it won’t sing the signature tune in the rooms post-coordinate on the off chance that it wins,” Ralph told Fox Footy.
“Presently it’s arrived at that resolution in counsel with the club medicos and furthermore with football supervisors after Steve Hocking worked through this issue today.
“That is a circumstance we most likely haven’t seen since the death of Phil Walsh there, so that is the way that the AFL needs to show others how its done after not exactly hitting the nail on the head the previous evening.”
Incredible Hawthorn goalkicker Jason Dunstall said it may be extreme for players to alter.
“Old propensities are difficult to break for players. You’ve been so used to getting things done,” Dunstall told Fox Footy.
“We’ll learn as we come. They’ll show signs of improvement.”
Double prevalence Kangaroo David King included: “It’s simply abnormal occasions, right? We’ve quite recently found a good pace to these sorts of things.”
Ralph said increasingly ‘social removing’ measures would be presented at AFL games.
“I addressed Dr Peter Larkins, the regarded medico, today and he said that is nearly the course reading way you would get coronavirus,” Ralph said.
“So having addressed the AFL, there will be progressively social removing circumstances set up there, (particularly around) singular water bottles.”