Melbourne's tanking saga

One of the most drawn out investigations in AFL history came to its conclusion when the league found Melbourne not guilty of tanking. However, former coach Dean Bailey and former club official Chris Connolly copped lengthy suspensions over a meeting where it was intimated the team lose games for draft picks. Despite the not guilty verdict, Melbourne were given a fine of $500,000.

Photo by Getty Images Feb 25, 2013

Summer of controversy

Check out some of the more controversial moments that have engulfed sport during the summer.

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  1. Ugnisaet08:59am Monday 04th March 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    the swimmers should just take a pill and chill

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  2. Ugnisaet08:58am Monday 04th March 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    no leg to stand on thats not funny, but the other chit is

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  3. Ugnisaet08:57am Monday 04th March 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    this poor boy has no leg to stand on, his brother ran over a person, his girl is holy, the judge has lost family, the cop was thrown of the case, they can make noodles with all the twists in his case, and he can make a motsa when he is free the poor lad, he is a free man no matter how guilty he is

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