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Former Tribunal member explains the difference between the Naitanui and Parker incidents

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There’s an element of confusion surrounding the AFL’s decision on Luke Parker.

Parker is free to play in Round 9 after being cleared by the Match Review Officer over high contact on Hawthorn’s Jarman Impey.

The decision comes a week after Nic Naitanui was suspended for one match for a tackle that left Port Adelaide’s Karl Amon concussed.

But Daniel Harford, a former member of the Tribunal, told 3AW Football Parker acted within his duty of care.

Harf said Impey’s technique left himself open to a high hit, even from a player contesting fairly.

“I think it’s a really good thing for the game that Luke Parker wasn’t suspended,” Harf said.

“Hopefully, it emphasises… that your first job is to protect yourself.”

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