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Man ‘smashed to pieces’ by football teammate in racism dispute


Angus Chance took a stand against racism and was “smashed to pieces” for it — by his own teammate.

The young Sydney footballer was playing in his Dulwich Hill team when he heard teammate Nathan Bowden-Haase yell “f***ing Japanese c***s” at three players trialling with the team in a training session in May 2018.

The 20-year-old told Bowden-Haase to “grow up and stop being racist” before the then 34-year-old punched him, breaking his jaw, dislodging his teeth and leaving him in hospital for weeks.

Mr Chance was said to be “smashed to pieces” in the brutal attack that’s left him with no feeling on areas of his face two years later.

Bowden-Haase was charged with assault and grievous bodily harm and sentenced to 20 months’ home detention in late 2018.



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