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One-punch attack victim Angus Chance on the legal mishap with Football NSW that’s cost his family hundreds of thousands of dollars – ABC News

A Sydney soccer player who was king-hit after sticking up for teammates who were racially abused is now locked in a legal battle with Football NSW.

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An up-and-coming soccer player who was the victim of a one-punch attack after sticking up for teammates who were racially abused is now locked in a legal battle with Football New South Wales.
Key points:

  • Angus Chance was injured in a one-punch attack after he defended teammates who had been racially abused
  • Football NSW did not offer to cover any of his medical bills, and Angus’ father Chris was told the injuries inflicted were not covered because a criminal act had occurred
  • Football NSW are now open…

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