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Michael Carr-Gregg urges Ali Fahour to ‘get some help’

Tony Jones

Psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg has urged under-siege AFL diversity chief Ali Fahour to seek help for his aggressive on-field behaviour.

Fahour faces a suburban football tribunal tonight over a violent incident in which he struck an opposition player in the head.

The Herald Sun has today revealed it’s not the first time Fahour has been involved in a violent on-field incident.

“In certain situations, this guy can not control himself and I’m not sure that that isn’t something that needs to be looked at by a psychologist,” he said.

“My advice to him is … ‘Mate, you need to go and get some help’.

“Whether or not he loses his job, whether or not he is banned for life (from football), that’s up to the authorities.

“But just as a human being, this guy’s got form (and) a pattern of behaviour that repeats over and over.”

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