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Australian Football League Clubs To Consider Radical Splash For Cash

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 05 / 15

Australian Football League club chiefs "have floated the radical proposal of following the AFL Players Association and arguing for annual set percentage of revenue," according to Jon Pierik of THE AGE. In a bid to ensure greater clarity of where the AFL's funds are spent, particularly from the immi...

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