Australian radio broadcaster Alan Jones has sparked more fury by comparing A-League violence to the recent terrorist attacks on Paris.
Jones was speaking to Rebecca Wilson on his breakfast show about Sunday's Daily Telegraph article, in which Wilson publicly named the alleged 198 members of Football Federation Australia's banned list.
The radio host referred to the article as the 'shame files' on numerous occasions and had Wilson compare the numbers to other sports in Australia.
"The view from the FFA is we'll prove that we're doing something," Wilson said on the show.
Absolutely disgusting that Wilson and Jones have tried to piggyback off the tragedy that was Paris. How low do these people go?
— Peter (@nutwals) November 23, 2015
Alan Jones comparing football fans to the terrorist leaders in Paris is as funny as it is disgusting. Top quality radio from @2GB873.
— Neil Sherwin (@neilsherwin) November 23, 2015
@KevinAirs442 why the hell is Alan Jones still allowed to say anything publicly. Man has no decency
— Sam (@urbanleb0) November 23, 2015