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Australian Football League Agrees To Perth Stadium Move After 'Robust' Negotiations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 23 / 17

The Australian Football League agreed to move to the new Perth Stadium for the '18 season after "lengthy negotiations" WA Premier Mark McGowan described as "robust," according to the AAP. The league reportedly "threatened to remain at Domain Stadium in Subiaco into next year" after the state governm...

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