MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 03: Heritier Lumumba of the Magpies kicks the ball during the round 19 AFL match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Port Adelaide Power at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 3, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

There was a fresh twist in the ongoing public feud between Heritier Lumumba and his former Collingwood coach, Nathan Buckley, on Tuesday, as the 2010 premiership player posted mobile phone audio recordings of conversations between the pair to Twitter.

Lumumba took to the social media platform after Buckley told SEN on Monday that Lumumba "doesn't really want to move forward," and "there are other versions of the truth that are a long way away from the way that he perceives it."

Buckley was responding to a Herald Sun report where Lumumba claimed coaching staff used pornographic content during team meetings and former CEO Gary Pert was responsible for making inappropriate comments towards the partners of Collingwood players.

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In the first post of a 10-tweet thread, Lumumba said: "I've given Nathan Buckley many years to grow and hopefully tell the truth. Unfortunately, he has used his platform and considerable profile to discredit me, including making insinuations about my mental health and being deliberately misleading about the past."

Lumumba also claimed there were "serious cultural problems at Collingwood" and that Buckley was "instrumental in punishing me and pushing me out of the Club when I spoke up about these issues", before posting two audio clips with video captions.

The videos, which were clearly edited, appear to show Buckley asking Lumumba if he believes speaking out against then-President Eddie McGuire's comments about Adam Goodes was in "the best interests of the football club," before calling Lumumba "a bit of a rogue".

Lumumba's 10th and final tweet of the thread calls on the AFL and Collingwood's sponsors to remove their heads from the sand or also bear responsibility.

Buckley himself replied to Lumumba's thread on Twitter, calling on Lumumba to "put out a full and uncut version ... so as to provide context" to the conversations.

Buckley replied to Lumumba for a second time, questioning the former defender's claim that he "always presented facts."

Buckley and Lumumba were at Collingwood together between 2005 and 2014.