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Australian Football League Side Sydney Swans 'Forced' To Play Finals At ANZ Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 24 / 16

Australian Football League side Sydney Swans "will be forced" to play their finals at ANZ Stadium and not the Sydney Cricket Ground "unless the AFL offers a compensation deal which includes looking after members of the former Olympic venue," according to Peter Lalor of THE AUSTRALIAN. In February th...

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