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Mark Thompson Says Members Of Essendon 34 Will Sue AFL For A$50M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 29 / 16

Former Australian Football League side Essenson and Geelong coach Mark Thompson warned that current and former Essendon players "caught up in the club's ill-fated supplements program plan to sue the AFL next year" for as much as A$50M ($37.5M), according to Ronny Lerner of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD....

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