The man who was punched in the face by AFL Diversity Manager Ali Fahour during a match on Saturday afternoon has called for him to be fired.
Dale Saddington, who was knocked to the ground after being hit by Fahour is considering pressing assault charges, and told the Herald Sun his assailant should lose his job.
His health is the most important issue.' Fahour was playing for West Preston-Lakeside in a Northern Football League match against Whittlesea when he punched the unsuspecting player.
The altercation did not appear to be out-of-control until Fahour entered the fray and knocked the man down.
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Fahour was pictured breaking down as he fronted the media on Monday as he apologised for his actions.
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