Nick Dal Santo has criticised the questionable skill level displayed throughout the opening four rounds of the AFL season.
The three-time All-Australian believes its “ruining the product” and that it’s a competition-wide problem.
“I’m getting a little bit disappointed with the standard of football, I must admit,” Dal Santo told SEN Afternoons.
“I just can’t get my head around the skill level of this elite competition – it’s ruining the product in my opinion.
“That’s how severe the skill level or lack of is becoming almost across the board.
“It’s not just the poor teams anymore, it’s some of the best teams, it’s some of our elite players that are struggling to execute the fundamentals of our game.”
The former St Kilda and North Melbourne star has been critical of the skill level in the past, lamenting the lack of coaching at junior level.