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´╗┐Jason Akermanis Breaks Silence On Western Bulldogs Sacking

Outspoken AFL footballer Jason Akermanis denies his soon to be released autobiography where he reportedly ''pastes'' his former Bulldogs teammates was one of the main reasons the club decided to terminate his playing contract.

The sacked Bulldogs footballer went on the front foot on radio this morning, demanding proof that he leaked inside club information, which the club used to justify the decision to sack him.

In denying claims by the Bulldogs that he had been responsible for the "inappropriate disclosure" of "matters confidential to the inner sanctum of our football department and players," the former Bulldog said his time at the Whitten Oval was nothing like his career at the Brisbane Lions.

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"Football clubs are great. They have this imaginary bond and if you''re seen to be outside that bond, they need to bring you back in. But this imaginary bond doesn''t exist anyway."

Akermanis denied that the contents of Off The Leash apparently leaked to some of his teammates would have been the final straw that ended his fragile relationship with them.

"The last part of it was the fact Masteron E Queda De Cabelo they were upset with a book I''m apparently going to write where I''m supposedly getting stuck into some my teammates.

"Where''s that come from? I know the notes I''ve written but there''s certainly none of that stuff.

"The last thing I need is "Anadrol 50" to finish football and have someone go ''Geez "Oxandrolone Powder India" mate, you wrote a book and all you did is bag your mates''."

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Hardie Grant Publishing confirmed this afternoon that Akermanis''s autobiography, Off The Leash, was close to completion and and was scheduled to be released after his AFL retirement.

''''It was never the intention of Akermanis, or Hardie Grant, to jeopardise the integrity of the Western Bulldogs or breach his teammates'' trust,'''' said a statement from the publisher.

''''The final chapter is now being written.''''

Chief executive Sandy Grant said: "The book is by no means mean spirited. Jason is direct and honest. Of course, as it is his story, team mates, club activities and culture are discussed it wouldn''t be a sportsperson''s autobiography without it."

The Age revealed last week that the Brownlow Medallist had again attracted the ire of his teammates and coaches after he had revealed private details of a player meeting to the media.

The next day the newspaper also reported that the proposed book where club administrators and players such as Bob Murphy, Daniel Giansiracusa and Scott West ''get mentions'' was another sticking point between him and the playing group.

"The only story I want to do is how I came back, helped the group and hopefully helped them into September," Akermanis said today.

"Unfortunately, they didn''t want my help and now they tell me that it''s a big issue so I''ve gotten punished for something I haven''t done in the future that hasn''t happened yet. Tell me how that works."

Speaking publicly for the first time since the Western Bulldogs announced his shock dumping, Akermanis denied several times he had violated the club''s trust.

"If they''re saying that I''m leaking stuff, I''m happy for you to say that but tell me where the proof is," Akermanis said.

Bulldogs president Smorgon had said Akermanis leaked confidential matters and several players had personal details disclosed outside of the club, which breached the club''s trust.

"I mean, I''m involved in the media but I didn''t realise this was communist China or anything," Akermanis said.

"This is not government secrets."

Akermanis said it wasn''t fair that other AFL players could be accused Oral Steroids Side Effects In Babies of serious crimes from rape to drug use and still be able to play while he gets sacked with no proof.

He also revealed that he cried for more than 10 minutes as he cleaned out his locker for the last time.

"I went back to my locker and looked in my locker and realised what happened and of course I was pretty sad, very upset," he said.

"I then did what most persons would do, I had a lot of tears in my eyes. I knew I had to go home, so I got changed. I didn''t even have a shower. I rang my wife, I rang you (MTR host Steve Price) and told you what happened."

The veteran of 325 AFL matches and three premierships with the Brisbane Lions "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" admitted he was devastated by the club''s decision to end his career.

"It was pretty difficult. It''s been a long journey. Since I was a little boy, probably four, five . I can remember being in South Mildura at half time and Up There Cazaly would come on. Since then that little boy just wanted to play football," he said.