Shameful trolls are using Ollie Henry’s Instagram birthday post as an excuse to bombard him with vile insults after he left Collingwood for Geelong
- Geelong star Ollie Henry took to Instagram
- Left the Magpies late last year to join the Cats
- ‘Fans’ troll Henry, 20, on post from January
Bitter trolls are after one Instagram post from January to attack Geelong star Ollie Henry with scandalous messages following his side’s loss to Collingwood on Friday night.
The 20-year-old left the Magpies in the off-season – and it seems some fans can’t get over it.
Henry scored two goals against his old team at the MCG on Friday, but it wasn’t enough to prevent Craig McRae’s side from falling 22 points behind the winners.
The attacker celebrated one of his majors by cupping his ears to silence vocal detractors decked out in black and white — and then a few “fans” later took to social media to fire the young gun at them. traps.
Among the brutal comments were: ‘Can’t run into open target, flop… enjoy the L (lose), with another message: ‘back to the 2’s [reserve grade] you’re sold out.’
Ollie Henry of the Geelong Cats celebrates a goal against his old team Collingwood at the MCG on Friday
A number of trolls weren’t happy with Henry’s reaction on the pitch, later commenting on an Instagram photo (pictured) the 20-year-old posted in January
Despite two goals from Ollie Henry, Collingwood had won 23 points at the MCG (pictured, Henry and former teammate Josh Daicos)
Another ‘fan’ referred to Henry’s wild goal celebration after being booed by Pies fans on Friday night when they wrote ‘celebration you sp***ic ha ha roaring like a cat’, while another hit the star with ‘suck s** t mummy’s boy’.
Ahead of Friday’s clash, Magpies forward Beau McCreery told the Prime Poddie tensions can boil over.
“There’s a bit of bad blood there, in a way,” he said.
“They (Geelong) are always good and it’s clear that someone (Henry) has left Collingwood to go there.”
As a teenager, Henry represented the Geelong Falcons in the NAB League.
He was subsequently recruited by Collingwood as the 17th pick in the 2020 AFL draft – before requesting a trade ‘home’ at the end of the 2022 AFL season to join his brother Jack Henry.