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AFL legend lashes out at Bulldogs star Zaine Cordy after being carried to car at wild Mad Monday cafe party
AFL legend brands Bulldogs star Zaine Cordy ‘absolutely embarrassing’ after having to be CARRIED to a car while being behaved worse during the club’s wild Mad Monday party
- Cordy had to be taken off the ground by teammates outside the Melbourne pub
- He was then carried to a waiting car during Bulldogs’ Mad Monday celebrations
- Matthew Lloyd said the incident was ‘a horrendous look for any league footballer’
Essendon champion Matthew Lloyd has mauled Zaine Cordy after the Western Bulldogs star had to be carried to a taxi by teammates during the club’s Mad Monday party.
The 25-year-old was photographed being supported by fellow dogs Tom Liberatore and Josh Dunkley, while on Monday he was behaved worse in what Lloyd described as a “terrible look for any league footballer.”
“I hated this about crazy Monday at the Western Bulldogs,” he told Nine’s Footy Classified Wednesday night.
Tom Liberatore (left) and Josh Dunkley (right) pick up Cordy outside the Melbourne west pub where the Bulldogs held their Mad Monday party earlier this week
Cordy – seen here being carried to a waiting car outside the venue – has been branded a disgrace over the incident
‘Would you ever see your captain in this state? Would you ever see? [Scott] Pendlebury, Lachie Neale, all the great players? [Christian] Petrakka, [Clayton] Oliver?
“That’s embarrassing, absolutely embarrassing for a league footballer to be in that state, even with end-of-season drinks.
“Be in control. Imagine you’re a young freshman looking at that, and he’s been in the system for almost 10 years.”
Veteran footy journalist Caroline Wilson agreed.
“They’ve had serious discipline issues off the field in recent years, the Bulldogs, and that continues to haunt them, to chase them, doesn’t it?” she said.
Bomber legend Matthew Lloyd (pictured) said Cordy’s predicament was ‘a terrible look for any league footballer’
Bulldogs stars Bailey Smith, Marcus Bontempelli, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, Josh Dunkley, Mitch Wallis, Louis Butler, Aaron ‘Astro’ Naughton, Arthur Jones, Anthony Scott and Tom Liberatore were among the players who attended the event at a pub in the west of Melbourne. suburbs.
The party lasted into the evening with some players – including Bontempelli – eager to kick in, while Smith and a handful of players stayed to play pool at the venue.
The Bulldogs’ season came to a disappointing end in Perth last Saturday, where they forfeited a 41-point lead by losing to Fremantle 11.7 (73) to 8.12 (60) in front of a record crowd of 58,982 fans at Optus Stadium. .