Former Essendon great lashes current-day 'imposters', calls for 'full review and investigation'
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Former Essendon premiership star Dean Wallis has called for a "review and investigation" into all aspects of the club, which he says are now "imposters" in the AFL.
Wallis, a two-time premiership player for the club and former development coach, said there is a "lifeless environment" at the Bombers with no soul.

Speaking to the Herald Sun, the 51-year-old insisted he is speaking on behalf of some inside the club who are too afraid to do so.

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