Brett Stewart

Last updated on 2017-03-30T10:10+0300.



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player33.33%EN10/17/201717/10/2017
veteran22.22%EN07/11/201611/07/2016
star44.44%EN04/21/201421/04/2014
Names Lang Count
Brett StewartEN100.00%


 
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Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

smh Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:52:00 PM EAT

Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

theage Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:44:00 PM EAT

Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:44:00 PM EAT

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Brett Stewart

Last updated on 2017-03-30T10:10+0300.



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
player33.33%EN10/17/201717/10/2017
veteran22.22%EN07/11/201611/07/2016
star44.44%EN04/21/201421/04/2014
Names Lang Count
Brett StewartEN100.00%


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Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

smh Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:52:00 PM EAT

Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

theage Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:44:00 PM EAT

Ian Prendergast wrote ( about Brett Stewart ) : “Unfortunately, unsubstantiated allegations are often made against players from members of the public,” “Brett Stewart’s case should serve as a warning against the perils of adopting a change in policy. It is highly likely Brett’s career would have been prematurely ended if he had been suspended during the criminal two-year process, not to mention the mental, psychological, emotional and financial harm that likely would have been caused him” External link

brisbanetimes Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:44:00 PM EAT