Bombers apologise to former CEO Thorburn

Essendon have apologised to Andrew Thorburn, saying the dispute with the AFL club’s short-lived chief executive is over and conceding his exit was poorly handled. Thorburn chose to resign just one day after being appointed to the job at Essendon in October, due to his role as chair of a church with divisive views around abortion and homosexuality. The former NAB boss vowed to take action against the Bombers for being placed in a position where he had to choose between the job at Essendon...

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