Following the Giants' 35-point semi-final loss to Geelong, Cameron said the club would not "shy away" from Greene's repeated disciplinary issues, but insisted he would not give up on the 27-year-old either.
"[Greene] needs to put his hand up and when the dust is settled over the next few months, we've got to make sure that he's out there more times than not because he's not only great for our footy club, he's great for the game," he said.
"He's got some challenges and we're not going to hide or shy away from that and we'll work through them over the pre-season."
Leon Cameron Sept 2019 after one of Thugs eye gouging episodes.
“Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron has said that Toby Greene may revisit his pyschologist as he attempts to deal with his ongoing ill-discipline on the field.” Sporting news.com
Heard it all before Leon. Player of great ability but unfortunately it is in his DNA and it appears he cannot help himself.
Results of samples taken from Nat Fyfe’s shoulder during his most recent surgery have indicated a bacterial infection, meaning the midfielder will need to undergo antibiotic treatment as a part of his recovery process.
Executive General Manager of Football Peter Bell said Fyfe would be limited in his recovery work for a two-to-three-week period as he underwent the first phase of the antibiotic treatment.