No more excuses: Collingwood’s ‘structural racism’ is fans' greatest shame | Antoun Issa

I have already rescinded my club membership and Eddie McGuire’s response to the Do Better report did nothing to alter my stance

“It’s too much. Enough is enough!”, were the exact words I wrote to the Collingwood Football Club – my club – on 12 November, 2020, as I demanded the cancellation of my auto-renew membership amid a supporter revolt after a botched trade season.

From the surface, the revolt – which saw fans suspend memberships and call for sweeping changes to the board – might have appeared as that of typical disgruntled fans bemused at the club’s on-field direction.

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