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Collingwood banner includes secret swipe at a Port Adelaide legend after he slammed Pies youngster

Collingwood followers insert a hidden message into their banner for his or her conflict with the Crows – taking a cheeky swipe at a Port Adelaide legend after he slammed Pies youngster

  •  Port legend Kane Cornes lashed Magpies youngster Jack Ginnivan this week
  • He claimed his celebrations after beating St Kilda had been excessive 
  •  Collingwood have responded with a cheeky message of their banner
  •  The banner had a secondary message studying: ‘Kane the enjoyable police’

Collingwood has returned hearth at Port Adelaide legend and media character Kane Cornes via their game-day banner for his or her conflict with the Adelaide Crows.

Cornes lashed Collingwood younger gun Jack Ginnivan for over-the-top celebrations after the Pies’ spherical one win over St Kilda, with the 19-year-old being handed a digicam by the membership after which filming himself celebrating with teammates and labelling the victory ‘mild work’.

Collingwood returned hearth with a hidden message of their banner on Saturday afternoon at the MCG.

The banner unveiled before the match between Collingwood and Adelaide took aim at Kane Cornes and his comments during the week about Pies youngster Jack Ginnivan

The banner unveiled earlier than the match between Collingwood and Adelaide took intention at Kane Cornes and his feedback through the week about Pies youngster Jack Ginnivan

Collingwood players prepare for the round two clash with the banner in the background that had the secret message 'Kane the fun police'

Collingwood gamers put together for the spherical two conflict with the banner within the background that had the secret message ‘Kane the enjoyable police’

At first look, the banner bore the innocuous phrases: ‘Black and white stripes on the ‘G wanting good, flying across the Crows, highly effective, fast, exact’.

However, a number of letters had been displaced, creating a secondary message that learn: ‘Kane the enjoyable police’.

Ginnvan celebrated enthusiastically after the Pies beat St Kilda in round one, including breaking out a camera to record his celebrations.

Ginnvan celebrated enthusiastically after the Pies beat St Kilda in spherical one, together with breaking out a digicam to file his celebrations.

Cornes did not maintain again together with his criticism of Ginnivan following their spherical one conflict, 

‘They completed seventeenth final year. You’ve crushed St Kilda, who nobody expects will do something this year, cease carrying on,’ he stated final weekend.

‘That’s Jack Ginnivan, you’ve performed six video games. Just chill out. Earn some respect within the sport earlier than you go on carrying on like that.

‘If I’m (Adelaide coach) Matthew Nicks, I’m taking part in Collingwood subsequent week and I’m exhibiting that imaginative and prescient going, ‘who do these guys assume they’re?’   

‘You don’t see Geelong carrying on like that. You don’t see Richmond and dynasty groups stick with it like that. Earn some respect earlier than you begin carrying on like that, saying it was ‘mild work’ and ‘the first of many’. There’s a factor about profitable in a humble approach.’

Cornes was not impressed with Ginnivan's antics and said he should tone things down in the future.

Cornes was not impressed with Ginnivan’s antics and stated he ought to tone issues down sooner or later.

Former Collingwood participant and coach Nathan Buckley additionally lined up Cornes through the week and stated he ‘liked the character’ proven by Ginnivan.

‘Kane’s received a section he must fill so he’s received to search out one thing that he’s not blissful about,’ Buckley stated on SEN Breakfast through the week.

‘The volcano must occur apparently.’

 If the eye had impacted Ginnivan, it solely served to fireplace him up. He had 21 disposals, a aim and a number of rating involvements at halftime within the Pies booming 42-point win over the Crows.

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