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In the lead up to his son’s match against his former club Melbourne on Saturday, Greater Western Sydney recruiter Phil Scully has vowed to take any criticism for his controversial arrangement with the Giants “on the chins”.
Scully senior, whose employment at GWS was deemed by the AFL to be linked to his affluent son’s multi-million dollar 6-year contract, said he felt “hurt and hungry” following the extensive negative media coverage which followed the announcement of his new role late last year.
“I was a bit down, obviously not in weight, but in mood” confessed Scully as he attempted to live vicariously through another one of his children.
“So I called Tom. His butler was very supportive and told me to keep ‘my chins up’”.
In related news, The Daily Maggot has finally agreed to move-on and accept the fact that Tom Scully is no longer a Dee and that any reasonable person on earth would gladly opt for a salary six times greater than their current salary to do the exact same job.