Greene’s a giant worry for GWS
A 19- POINT loss to Richmond on a waterlogged MCG is just the start of Leon Cameron’s woes.
At the top of his list is his problem child Toby Greene, who is again in trouble with the match review panel after being reported for his first- quarter strike on Alex Rance.
Greene has a record as long as his arm. The Rance hit is his eighth charge in his six years in the AFL.
The report is his fourth this year alone and likely to draw a two- week suspension due to his poor record.
It comes on top of the twoweek ban he copped for striking Western Bulldogs midfielder Caleb Daniel in round six in Canberra.
That suspension came a week after he narrowly escaped an enforced holiday for headbutting Swans gun Isaac Heeney in the Sydney derby.
“He’s been better but today it reared its head and it shouldn’t happen,” Cameron said.
“It can cost you, it can cost you dearly. When he was suspended in round six I said he had to deal with heightened situations in the game.
“This kid is worth spending time with because I know his heart is in the right spot and he wants to play footy for 120 minutes.
“But there are some areas he needs to tidy up and this is one of them.”
Greene is a prodigious talent but if he can’t control himself he is a liability.