Former Bomber slams the club's current state, labels them "imposters"
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"Someone needs to stand up."
Former Essendon premiership defender Dean Wallis has slammed the current state of the club, calling them AFL "imposters".

The Bombers are currently enduring a difficult season in John Worsfold's final year as coach, languishing in 11th spot with six wins from 15 games.

The club has continued its struggles of recent years in 2020 and Wallis, who used to work at the club as a development coach, said it was time someone spoke out about Essendon's problems.

He called for a "review and investigation" into all aspects of the club, detailing the "lifeless environment" which he believes currently exists at the…
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