Booing a mark of 'respect': Goodes

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Clip from The Final Quarter  |  10  |  July 18, 2019

The booing of Adam Goodes persists and gets even worse as the Sydney Swans meet the Hawthorn Hawks in the 2014 AFL grand final. Goodes states that sometimes booing can be a mark of respect, indicating the opposition doesn't want you to play as well as they know you can. Discussion: Do you agree with this statement? Do you think it's acceptable to target and boo a player at a football match? Why or why or not? How is it different from targeting one person in the playground at school?

The booing of Adam Goodes persists and gets even worse as the Sydney Swans meet the Hawthorn Hawks in the 2014 AFL grand final. Goodes states that sometimes booing can be a mark of respect, indicating the opposition doesn't want you to play as well as they know you can. Discussion: Do you agree with this statement? Do you think it's acceptable to target and boo a player at a football match? Why or why or not? How is it different from targeting one person in the playground at school?

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