Goodes was once again booed throughout the match on Sunday, when his side went down by 52 points to the Eagles in Perth, with Lewis Jetta performing an indigenous war cry after scoring a goal in support of his teammate.
The AFL Players’ Association released a statement on Monday night announcing that they will meet with Goodes to discuss the issue.
“The AFL Players’ Association and our members are extremely disappointed with the ongoing and unjustified treatment directed towards Adam Goodes,” the statement read.
“The AFLPA, AFL and Sydney Swans and Adam will meet tomorrow to further discuss our respective concerns.
“Adam is a champion of our game, but above and beyond that he is a champion human being and the ongoing vilification directed towards him is taking its toll. The AFL industry prides itself on its inclusivity and diversity for both players and fans.”