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Another awful Kevin Muscat tackle

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

British fans are well aware of Kevin Muscat. The Australian full-back has spent much of his career in the UK playing for Palace, Wolves, Glasgow Rangers, and Millwall. Along the way he also picked up a fearsome (i.e. awful) reputation for endangering other players’ ankles/legs/scalps with his tackling. He now plays for Melbourne Victory down under and recently received a deserved eight-game ban for a shocking tackle. Unbelievably Muscat even had a go at the ref for the straight red that followed. See the incident, which put opposition winger Adrian Zahra out for the rest of season, below.

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