'Idiot soup': Eddie McGuire lifts lid on AFL strip club scandal

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Collingwood boss Eddie McGuire has revealed what the AFL's top brass did as the league's recent strip club scandal made headlines.
Eddie McGuire has lifted the lid on the aftermath inside the AFL hub following Richmond duo Sydney Stack and Callum Coleman-Jones' strip club incident. Pictures: Getty Images

Collingwood president Eddie McGuire has described the immediate fallout from Richmond duo Sydney Stack and Callum Coleman-Jones' ill-advised visit to a Gold Coast strip club last week.

Stack, 20, and Callum Coleman-Jones, 21, were ousted from the Tigers' Queensland hub after visiting a strip club and being involved in a drunken fight early on Friday morning.

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They were both suspended for 10 matches by the AFL and the Tigers fined $100,000 for a second breach by members of their club travel bubble.

Both players have made public apologies, but McGuire said the sheer idiocy of the pair's actions had left AFL brass at the Queensland hub flabbergasted.

"(AFL CEO) Gillon McLachlan is basically in the room upstairs from me here - we just couldn't believe what happened," McGuire told…
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