TOBY Greene faces a huge Monday night hearing at the AFL Tribunal, after the Greater Western Sydney superstar was charged with serious misconduct following Saturday's elimination final victory over the Western Bulldogs.
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Greene was involved in a series of offences involving Marcus Bontempelli. He is understood to have made contact with his fingers to the region around Bontempelli’s eyes, dug his forearm into his head and also appears at one stage to pull the hair of the Western Bulldogs midfielder.
Greene was charged for the totality of the incidents, not one single offence, leaving him at serious risk of a suspension and potentially missing his side's semi-final showdown with Brisbane at the Gabba next Saturday night.
The highly talented forward has a chequered Match Review history, which includes 16 guilty charges, six matches worth of suspensions and $18,850 worth of fines.
Greene's referral followed a clash where the Giants appeared to physically target Bontempelli, with forward Harry Himmelberg also fined $2000 for striking the Western Bulldogs superstar in the midriff during the first quarter.
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That particular hit was graded by Michael Christian as intentional conduct with low impact to the body, with Bontempelli winded as a result of the blow.
Western Bulldogs pair Zaine Cordy and Matt Suckling were also fined $2000 each during the spiteful encounter, with Cordy charged with striking Matt de Boer and Suckling cited for forceful front-on contact with Josh Kelly.
Elsewhere, Richmond defender Dylan Grimes has been fined $1000 for staging after appearing to exaggerate contact to reverse a free-kick when shoved by Eric Hipwood on Saturday night.
Brisbane midfielder Dayne Zorko similarly copped a $1000 staging fine later in the same game.
TOBY'S TRACK RECORD
Total: 16 charges
Suspensions: Six matches
2012: Made ineligible for the NAB AFL Rising Star after he was suspended for one match for an ugly bump on Brisbane veteran Jed Adcock.
2012: Fined $1200 for his role in a melee during Greater Western Sydney's clash with Melbourne.
2013: Cops a $1950 fine for making reckless contact with an umpire in a game against Gold Coast.
2014: Was fortunate to walk away with a one-match suspension for striking Adelaide midfielder Richard Douglas, with the offence classified as a level-three sanction.
2014: Fined another $1200 for engaging in a melee, this time against the Western Bulldogs.
2015: Hit with a $1500 fine for spitting in the direction of Richmond midfielder Anthony Miles.
2015: Another year, another $1500 fine for engaging in a melee, this time against Fremantle.
2016: Fined $1000 for misconduct, having pushed Port Adelaide youngster Brendon Ah Chee into a fence.
2017: Hit with a $1000 misconduct fine in the pre-season, having given Sam Wright a slap to the face late in the game.
2017: Fined $1000 for striking Port Adelaide midfielder Dan Houston, with the charge graded as low impact to the head.
2017: Hit with a two-match striking suspension after clipping Western Bulldogs midfielder Caleb Daniel with an extremely late spoil attempt.
2017: Forced to serve another two-match suspension after striking Richmond defender Alex Rance to the jaw with a jumper-punch.
2017: Controversially offered a $1500 misconduct fine for his 'Jackie Chan' kick to the face of Western Bulldogs forward Luke Dahlhaus.
2018: Fined $2500 for misconduct, having appeared to drop his knee into Sydney midfielder Isaac Heeney during their elimination final.
2018: Fined another $2500 for misconduct the very next week during a semi-final against Collingwood, where he was involved in a back-and-forth with midfielder Taylor Adams.
2019: Slapped with a $2000 fine for striking, having handed Melbourne midfielder Clayton Oliver a tummy tap in an off-the-ball incident.