Essendon great Dean Wallis claims club has been hijacked by 'imposters' in scatching attack on administrators
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Dual premiership defender Dean Wallis has become the latest Essendon club legend to unleash on the club, joining former teammates Matthew Lloyd and Adam Ramanauskas.

The Bombers' club culture has come under the microscope after yet another failed season on the field, which sees the club likely to miss the finals after being smashed in an elimination final last year.

Wallis played in the 1993 and 2000 premiership teams under legendary coach Kevin Sheedy, and was later an assistant under James Hird before being let go by the current administration.

The 50-year-old is so disenchanted by the direction of the club under the current administration, that he has boycotted premiership reunions and club functions until wholesale changes are made.

Dean Wallis says he is speaking for many former Essendon greats who are livid with the club's direction (Getty)

In an explosive interview with the Herald Sun, Wallis claimed that the club had been hijacked by "imposters" in a scathing attack on the club's culture under current CEO Xavier Campbell.

"If there was an Olympic Games for imposters in the AFL, Essendon would win gold, silver and bronze," he said.

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