School who turned down footy legend Matthew Lloyd after drunken grand ultimate events is destroyed by heavyweight AFL media: ‘Get your head out of your ass’

A personal faculty in Melbourne has been blown up by AFL media heavyweight Craig Hutchison after they reprimanded footy legend Matthew Lloyd for his involvement in boozy grand proms.

Essendon legend Lloyd was briefly withdrawn from Haileybury College after attending a boozy bash with underage college students following their landmark footy victory over the weekend. He apologized for collaborating within the occasion.

But Hutchison has referred to as on the varsity to ‘get its head out of its ass’ and bemoaned the state of society following the college’s resolution to briefly lay Lloyd down.

“Of all the people involved in a drinking scandal, someone is not drinking,” Hutchison mentioned on his SEN present Off the Bench.

“I’ve followed Matthew’s journey with Haileybury… he’s the most remarkable leader of people, of young men, what he’s done with that group to instill leadership, confidence, self-esteem and for them to overcome the odds and win. Great win.

The school that Matthew Lloyd stopped for attending a drunken party with underage students has been gunned down by an AFL media titan

Channel Nine shared footage of Lloyd and the players celebrating in the barns after clinching Haileybury College’s first outright premiership since 2018

“In 2023, after their kids win a grand final, if parents can’t have a small gathering in a home where some kids may or may not be under parental supervision, he’ll be called for 90 minutes to say hello and acknowledge the victory and the school issued a press release.

“Give me a spell. Honestly. What kind of world do we live in.’

Lloyd led the school’s first football boys’ team to win the 2023 Associated Public School premiership, beating rivals Caulfield Grammar to the top prize.

The 45-year-old is one of six staff members facing disciplinary action for attending the alcohol-fuelled party.

Craig Hutchison has called on Melbourne private school to ‘get its head out of its ass’

“Parents have the right to supervise their children as they see fit,” Hutchison added.

“And if Matthew was invited to return over and say hi there… he’s not even consuming. That’s a joke. That faculty must get its head out of its ass.

“What are they doing, truthfully. That is just too official, might have been dealt with privately. They didn’t must be grandiose statements. A bit widespread sense.’