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Buckley’s truth bomb after Kane blasts Gen Z

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Ginnivan was filming content of his celebrations with teammates both on and off the field while using a camera belonging to the football club following their rollercoaster win over St Kilda.Stream every match of every round of the 2022 Toyota AFL Premiership Season Live & Ad-Break Free In-Play on Kayo. New to Kayo? Try 14-Days Free Now >Ginnivan was seen yelling into the camera and at separate times said the win was “light work” and “the first of many”. He also filmed the moment he embraced coach Craig McRae.Cornes said the video released by the football club was inappropriate and suggested Ginnivan needed to earn some respect in the AFL community before such a public act of bravado.Cornes’ comments on The Sunday Footy Show sparked heated debate around the league — and former Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has now given his thoughts on Cornes’ criticism.Cornes earlier said Ginnivan needs to learn to win in a “humble way”.“They finished 17th last year. You’ve beaten St Kilda, who no one expects will do anything this year, stop carrying on,” he said.“That’s Jack Ginnivan, you’ve played six games. Just relax. Earn some respect in the game before you go on carrying on like that.“If I’m (Adelaide coach) Matthew Nicks, I’m playing Collingwood next week and I’m showing that vision going, ‘who do these guys think they are?’.“You don’t see Geelong carrying on like that. You don’t see Richmond and dynasty teams carry on like that. Earn some respect before you start carrying on like that, saying it was ‘light work’ and ‘the first of many’. There’s a thing about winning in a humble way.”Buckley responded on Monday morning by saying younger players showing “personality” is just something the footy world is going to have to get used to. He also took a light-hearted shot at Cornes as he dropped his truth bomb.“Kane’s got a segment he needs to fill so he’s got to find something that he’s not happy about,” Buckley said on SEN Breakfast.“The volcano needs to happen apparently.”However, when asked by co-host Garry Lyon if he had a problem with the vision of Ginnivan celebrating, Buckley said: “A little bit of a problem with it. “No, I loved the personality. You’ve got to embrace it and from what I can gather, Fly (McRae) is big on that as well. Especially with young guys coming in there. You’ve just got to let them go. “They’ll get whacked on the head and dust themselves off and go again. They are brash, a little bit over the top at times, and will have emotional reactions that aren’t as regulated as senior leaders. Let’s just see it for what it is.”

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