In July 2015, one of the top Australian football players took a break from the sport after being the target of booing from crowds.

Now, the CEO of the Australian Football League (AFL) has apologised to Sydney Swans player and Indigenous man Adam Goodes for not doing enough to stop the booing.

It is widely believed Goodes was subjected to the booing as a racist taunt from fans, following an Indigenous dance he performed on field and an incident where he called out a young girl in the crowd who labelled him an “ape.” Read more…

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Football CEO apologises for racist booing from fans