AFL legends slam Carlton star on $4.8million contract as 'one of the laziest ...

AFL legends slam Carlton star on $4.8million contract as 'one of the laziest ...
AFL legends slam Carlton star on $4.8million contract as 'one of the laziest ...
AFL legend slams star on $4.8million contract as 'one of the laziest footballers going around' after shocking run of form - and says there are 100 pieces of footage to prove it AFL star Zac Williams joined Carlton Blues on $4.8million deal over six years Has come under heavy criticism over recent form amid club's on-field woes Critics took him to task over defence and lack of fitness against old club GWS   Described by Jonathan Brown as 'one of the laziest footballers going around'

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An AFL star who walked out on his club after being offered $800,000 a season elsewhere has come under fire of being unfit and 'one of the laziest footballers going around'.

Carlton Blues utility Zac Williams has been accused by legends of the game of not making his mark just half a season into his six-year contract worth $4.8million.

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The Blues' lacklusture season continued on Saturday night with a 36-point loss against the GWS Giants in Sydney, which has prompted an internal review of the club. 

The performance came under heavy scrutiny and critical analysis from AFL commentators on Fox Footy's On The Couch on Monday night.

Former Brisbane Lions premiership star Jonathan Brown didn't mince his words as he singled out the club's prized off-season recruit.

Zac Williams (pictured with his sister Sammy) has come under fire over his form since joining Carlton on a massive deal

Zac Williams (pictured with his sister Sammy) has come under fire over his form since joining Carlton on a massive deal

'I tell you what, Zac Williams is one of the laziest footballers going around at the moment,' Brown declared as other panelists reacted in surprise.

Williams was heavily featured in damning footage highlighting Carlton's lack of effort and exposure in defence where the team conceded 138 marks.

One replay showed Williams caught out of position in defence while another showed him trailing an opponent by 10-15m against his former club as Brown slammed his work rate.

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