Former Fox Footy reporter Tom Morris’ media exile might quickly be over after he was approached by SEN a few position in 2023.
Morris was sacked final March after audio of him making offensive feedback about then Fox Sports activities colleague Megan Barnard had been leaked to social media.
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SEN, the sports activities radio community and sports activities information web site, is believed to be the primary media outlet to supply him one other gig, with a number of potential roles in play for the upcoming AFL season.
The Herald Solar studies veteran broadcaster and former Brownlow medallist Gerard Healy, who now co-hosts Sportsday on SEN with Port Adelaide 300-gamer Kane Cornes, can be completely satisfied to work with Morris once more.
Morris and Healy labored collectively on the present when it was on 3AW and on Fox Footy’s On The Sofa, the place Morris appeared as a breaking information reporter.
One other potential internet hosting choice might see Morris reunite with pal and former Fox Footy colleague Sarah Olle on a Sunday present.
SEN, owned by Craig Hutchison, can be reportedly eager to rent Morris due to his expertise protecting cricket.
The radio station is without doubt one of the main industrial radio rights holders for Cricket Australia.
Morris, 31, has accomplished a number of teaching programs regarding sexism, racism and different social points over the previous 12 months.
His sacking within the opening week of final 12 months’s AFL season was one of many largest scandals of the 12 months.
Morris copped a unprecedented private assault from Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge in a post-game press convention after the season opener over a workforce choice story Morris reported.
Beveridge apologised the next day, however the alternate was overshadowed by the leaking of the offensive Morris audio.
A second slip that includes homophobic and racist slurs additionally emerged earlier than Morris was finally sacked Fox Footy final March.
Morris apologised for his feedback, which he described as “disgusting and disgraceful”.
“I wish to unconditionally apologise to everybody for my disgusting and disgraceful feedback, which turned public yesterday,” he posted on Twitter.
“I’m particularly sorry to the individual concerned. Nobody ought to ever in anyplace, or at any time, be spoken about in that method.
“I’m deeply ashamed of my behaviour. My feedback had been hurtful to many and I’ll now take the time to hear, study and work to enhance myself, making certain I change into a greater individual. I’m actually sorry to everybody.”