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SBD Global/January 28, 2014/Finance
Australian Football League Geelong CEO Brian Cook Says Clubs Must Cut Spending
Published January 28, 2014
CHANGES NEEDED: In Melbourne, Grant Baker reported AFL Players' Association CEO Matt Finnis warned the boom in football department spending "could kill off the salary cap if it continues unchecked." Finnis said that "change needed to be made during the final two years of the current deal, with even more reform set for the next agreement." He said the union was very concerned about the declining "share of wallet" that players were now receiving (HERALD SUN, 1/27).