I'm grateful for being booed: Port's Horne-Francis

By Steve Larkin
Updated February 13 2024 - 3:39pm, first published 3:34pm
Jason Horne-Francis says copping abuse from fans has helped him mature as an AFL player. (Matt Turner/AAP PHOTOS)
Jason Horne-Francis says copping abuse from fans has helped him mature as an AFL player. (Matt Turner/AAP PHOTOS)

Port Adelaide midfielder Jason Horne-Francis is grateful for being jeered by opposition crowds, saying the abuse has fast-tracked his AFL maturity.

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