St Kilda accidentally leaks box audio from coaches from pre-season games to every AFL club

St Kilda manager Ross Lyon has reached out to his players group after the club’s IT department made an embarrassing bungle that gave opposing clubs the ability to download sensitive audio.

The Saints released a statement on Wednesday confirming that a file containing the coaches’ box audio had been uploaded to a league-wide shared folder last Saturday.

The file, which should be a muted version of the vision behind the goals, comes from St Kilda’s 35-point pre-season win over Essendon last week.

It was available for download for several hours before the Saints realized their mistake and took it down.

It’s unclear if anyone accessed the audio before it was removed.

If they had, they would have had access to the inner workings of Lyon and his coaching staff just weeks before the start of the AFL season.

St Kilda chief executive Simon Lethlean said the club would not be conducting a witch hunt over the blunder.

“I don’t think the IT guys knew the audio was on and connected (to the vision),” Lethlean told SEN.

“We haven’t heard anything to suggest anyone downloaded it. But Ross has been working with the playgroup to let them know about it.”

The Saints have since replaced the vision behind the goals with a subdued version that conforms to standard protocol. St Kilda accidentally leaks box audio from coaches from pre-season games to every AFL club

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