AFL star posts hilarious picture of his Stuart Dew bum tattoo as fans slam Gold Coast Suns for using graphic that looks like ‘coach is dead’ when they announce his sacking
Fans slam Suns for tasteless graphic after ex-footy star Stuart Dew tattooed bum goring
Former AFL player Daniel Gorringe doesn’t know what to do with his hilarious Stuart Dew bum tattoo after the Gold Coast Suns sacked the under-fire coach earlier in the week.
Gorringe, who has played 22 games for the Suns over four seasons, claims he will have Dew’s face inked on his back if the Gold Coast Suns beat Carlton in 2021.
When Surya did right, Goring held up his end of the bargain and got Dew inked on his left cheek at a tattoo parlor on the Gold Coast.
‘Can’t wait for a lifelong bond with Stewie Dew,’ she wrote on social media at the time.
The Sun on Tuesday called for Dew to part ways with the 43-year-old due to his lack of on-field performances.
Daniel Gorringe doesn’t know what to do with his Stuart Dew bum tattoo after the Gold Coast Suns coach was sacked earlier in the week
Goringe took to social media to ask what she should do with her cheeky butt tattoo
Goring is now unsure what to do with his tattoo and took to Twitter to express his concerns.
‘What shall I do with it? I was more committed to Dew than anyone,’ Goring posted alongside a photo of her inked butt.
Footy fans offered a few suggestions.
‘Kick one of Dima’s in a GC shirt to make it look like it’s going over sticks,’ suggested one person.
‘Maybe he’s over as an assistant somewhere and you just need to change the color of the polo,’ replied another.
‘The industry is timeless and cares little for the employment status of the Stowes,’ said a third.
Meanwhile, other footy fans slammed the Suns for a post on social media that many believed the former coach appeared to be dead on.
The club posted a graphic on social media Tuesday morning thanking Dews for his six years of coaching. Along with the message, they included a shot of Dew smiling with a sunset behind her.
Footy fans have slammed the Suns over a post on social media which many feel suggests the former coach has died.
Footy fans took to the comments section to criticize the graphic design work.
‘This legitimately looks like a memorial post,’ wrote one.
‘When the sun goes down in the Gold Coast sky, we’ll remember him,’ joked another.
‘This picture looks like he’s dead,’ a third complained.
‘Graphic designers need to go too,’ commented another.
Shishir started as coach in 2018 and compiled 36 wins, 84 losses and one draw from 121 matches in charge.
His contract was due to expire at the end of the 2024 season and it was widely rumored that former Richmond coach Damien Hardwick could take over at the struggling club.