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Adam Goodes reported for this contact with Port Adelaide's Jacob Surjan.AN ARGUMENT that Port Adelaide's Jacob Surjan was equally - or more so - culpable for the incident that led to Adam Goodes' one-match suspension has not swayed the AFL tribunal. The Sydney co-captain last night failed to overturn his rough-conduct suspension, for sliding knees-first into a contest with the Power defender. The possibility of the Swans appealing the decision - the only way Goodes could, as expected, break the club's games record on Sunday in front of his home SCG crowd - seems remote, with the veteran last night saying he was resigned to missing the match against North Melbourne. Goodes last week equalled Michael O'Loughlin's tally of 303 matches. He is now set to break that record a week later than expected, against Hawthorn at Aurora Stadium in Launceston in round five. Defence counsel David Galbally, QC, argued that when Goodes began to slide the loose ball he was pursuing was an equal distance between him and Surjan, which gave him a good chance of gaining possession. When the ball bounced in Surjan's favour late, it advantaged Surjan and resulted in Goodes initiating the collision. Goodes said in evidence that his pre-season suspension for rough-conduct - he slid feet-first into Geelong's Taylor Hunt - had influenced him to go in on his knees, saying to have gone feet-first or stayed on his feet and collected Surjan with his knees would both have resulted in MRP punishment. This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.
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